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BAHS Non-curricular Clubs

Asian Culture Club
Dorene Christiansen

Asian Culture Club is an organization that seeks to promote the understanding and appreciation of Asian culture and heritage in the process of contributing to the community through enhancing relations among Asian Americans and students who are interested in Asian Culture.

ACC will meet every other Thursday afternoon in room A254.

Black Student Association (BSA)
Monitor: Vince Davis

BSA is a group for students to discuss and celebrate culture, as well as promote diversity on campus. All are welcome!

Chess Club
Chris Clevenger

Chess Club welcomes those who like to play chess or would like to learn to play chess.

Cinematic Literature Club
Monitor: Brogan Spears

Cinematic Literature Club is a collaborative, non-academic club where we explore the literary elements of film and television. We foster our love for the screen and we talk about the stories it awards us.

Crochet Club
Monitor: Anna Katz

Crochet Club is an opportunity for students with a little, or a lot, of crochet skills to practice, create, and learn from one another. It is a club that would also like to expand to other fiber arts in the future. Please come to learn or share your knowledge of this relaxing and practical art form.

Dungeons and Dragons

Monitor: Reese Hundley  

Dungeons and Dragons is a club for people to play Dungeons and Dragons, be creative, have fun and make new friends. DnD welcomes all students, whether they are familiar with the game or not. DnD meets at Vanguard.

Eco Friends
Makayla Morgan

This club focuses on shedding light on environmental issues by building a community who wants to make the world a cleaner place.

Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA)
Christina Gould, Jennifer Johnson, Griffin Sutterfield and Taylor Thompson

FCA is an interdenominational Christian organization geared toward student athletes; however, any student is welcome!  

Gay Straight Alliance (GSA)
Monitor: Ashley Shannon

GSA focuses to promote equality in all regards.

Interact Club

Interact Club is sponsored and mentored by Rotary Club and brings together young people ages 12-18 to develop leadership skills while discovering the power of service above self. Students in interact will organize at least two projects every year and connect with leaders in their community and around the world to:

  • Take action to make a difference in your school and community
  • Discover new cultures and promote international understanding
  • Become a leader in your school and community
  • Have fun and make new friends from around the world

Interact meets at Vanguard Academy.

International Culture Club
Monitor: Julian Rodriguez

This club is for all international students who are from different countries, exchange students or just students who are interested to come and share their culture with everyone. It's a good way for students to learn about everyone's different cultures, religion, clothes and food and interact with someone you might not know you had so much in common with. It is also a great opportunity to make good friends from people around the world.

Jesus Club

Monitor: Jenny Smith

The purpose for Jesus Club is to create a safe place for students who are questioning or devoted to come and learn or talk about Jesus.

Key Club
Mary Fowler

Key Club focuses on volunteering in the Broken Arrow community. Contact Ms. Fowler for more details related to club activities and meetings.

Native American Student Association (NASA)
Kelly Docto

What is NASA? A place to belong! It is a group coming together to participate in culturally relevant activities, while promoting diversity on campus and celebrating various tribes and traditions. All are welcome!