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Clubs and activities at the Freshman Academy are dedicated to provide students with a variety of opportunities to be actively involved on campus. The Freshman Academy goal is for clubs and activities to be student lead in order to facilitate and instill leadership, goal-setting, problem solving, group thinking, and team work skills, as well as give students a sense of ownership and create a positive student experience.

Joining and Creating Clubs

Joining a club is easy! Students can show up to meetings or to talk with the sponsor to join.

If there is a club or activity not available that students want to be a part of, students have the ability to create a club. All students need to do to create a club is stop by 129 and see Ms. Treece, Student Activities Coordinator, to pick up an application.

Joining a club is easy! Students need to talk with the sponsor to join.

If there is a club or activity not available that students want to be a part of, students have the ability to create a club. All students need to do to create a club is stop by office 116 and see Ms. Treece, Student Activities Coordinator.

Club Meeting Times

Clubs and activities will meet once a month during Academic Achievement on a rotation, and additionally before or after school to provide for the club/activity’s schedule and/or needs. If you have questions about meeting times, please contact the sponsor of the club/activity.

Academic Team

Sponsors:  Ms. Williams and Mr. Chambers

The Academic Team is a competitive organization that participates in Eastern Oklahoma Academic Conferences matches, OSSAA State Tournament matches, two Knowledge Master Open National Computer Tournaments, and other invitational tournaments as may occur. Team members need to have a broad knowledge base in many subject areas, plus additional specialization in a least one of these topic area: Math, Science, Fine Arts, or Social Studies. Previous academic team experience is a major plus, but not a requirement. While game formats vary with tournaments, the game show Jeopardy is a reasonable good picture of what a competitive match is like, except we play team versus team instead of person versus person.

Art Club

Sponsor:  Mr. Chambers

Art Club provides a variety of experiences and opportunities to students who have an interest in the visual arts. Art Club is open to all Freshman Academy students, whether or not they are enrolled in an art class. The Art Club offers students creative and educational opportunities and provides a time to meet and work on art projects together.

Computer Programming Club

Sponsor:  Ms. O'Brien

The Computer Programming Club is a computer technology club that focuses on teaching computer hardware, software, scripting and security

Drama Club (BAFA Theatre)

Sponsor:  Ms. Lovvorn

The Drama Club offers students a forum, for sharing theatre expertise, recognizing creative outlets, and expanding the education of the publics’ awareness of theatre arts. Drama Club is open to all Freshman Academy students who share an interest in drama, whether or not they are enrolled in Drama class.

International Foreign Language Club

Sponsor:  Ms. Collier

The Foreign Language Club is an all-inclusive international club that promotes appreciation for foreign languages, traveling abroad and cultures through food, films, music, games, outings and participation in local international cultural events, as well as help students on campus to become more culturally aware and appreciative of other languages and countries.

Key Club

Sponsor:  Ms. Workman

Key Club is an International student-led service organization sponsored by Kiwanis International providing its members with opportunities to perform service, build character, and develop leadership skills by working together and helping others in our community and beyond.

Mock Trial

Sponsor:  Ms. Maxwell

National Junior Honor Society (NJHS) 

Sponsor:  Mr. Chambers

NJHS is a service-oriented organization used to promote teamwork, leadership and good character. The five main purposes that guide the organization are: to create enthusiasm for scholarship; to stimulate a desire to render service; to promote leadership; to encourage responsible citizenship; and to develop character in the students of secondary schools.

The member requirements are good citizenship skills and high grade-point averages as well as being involved in extracurricular activities, as well as being inducted into the organization during their 8th grade year.

Partners Club

Sponsor:  Ms. Fly

Partners club is a club where students collaborate with students with special needs and participate in activities that range from academics to extra-curricular activities. Club members will be part of bullying prevention, provide peer tutoring, and attend Special Olympics events. The main goal of Partner's Club is to promote social inclusion while building friendships. Requirements include submitting an application and obtaining teacher recommendations.

3D (FormerlyStudents Against Destructive Decisions (SADD))


3D promotes and rewards healthy, positive and drug free living to provide for mental and physical health through social and recreational activities, to further educate students about positive reasons to say no to drugs/alcohol usage, and to instill civic virtue through service projects. It is open to all students.

Student Council

Sponsor:  Ms. Messervy

Student Council promotes and strives for, high standards of scholarship, leadership, cooperation, and understanding among the students, faculty, community, and state. Members propose policy changes as they apply to the student body and strive to meet the needs of Freshman Academy students through various projects. Projects include assemblies, service programs, spirit and unity activities, and conventions. Each class will have an elected representative, but general membership is open to any student enrolled at the Freshman Academy.

Tiger Challenge

Sponsor:  Ms. Prock

In an effort to encourage the development of positive character traits in students, T.I.G.E.R. Challenge is based on five core values: tenacity, integrity, gratitude, expectation and respect, all of which create lifelong student success embodying culture and kindness. It promotes the positive values encouraged by tenants the program with high moral character development that will last beyond the high school years. Some of Tiger Challenge responsibilities at the Freshman Academy include spreading recognition throughout the building, random acts of kindness, anti-bullying, welcoming new students, and other various projects to promote a positive atmosphere. Our main goal is to create a welcoming and positive culture on our campus. Membership is open to all Freshman Academy students.

VEX Robtics

Sponsors:  Mr. Mowery and Ms. Brook

The VEX Robotics Club offers students an exciting platform for learning about areas rich with career opportunities spanning science technology, and the chance to compete against students across the country in engineering a robot. Students, with guidance from their teachers and mentors, build innovative robots and compete year-round in a variety of matches. In addition to learning valuable engineering skills, students gain life skills such as teamwork, perseverance, communication, collaboration, project management, and critical thinking. The VEX Robotics competition prepares students to become future innovators with 95% of participants reporting an increased interest in STEM subject areas and pursuing STEM-related careers.

Questions regarding student clubs and activities? Please contact Missi Treece, Student Activities Coordinator at mtreece@baschools.org or 918-259-4330.