Clubs & Organizations

Club Name Purpose Advisor Meets...
 Archery The club teaches students how to safely perform and execute various archery techniques needed for the sport. It is a great option for those looking for an independent challenge while still interacting with other students.  Shermer Every other Wednesday at lunch in M-42
Art Company To provide a creative framework for all BHS students who want to create public works of art. AC maintains a stimulating, supportive environment to help prepare serious young art students for college-level work and provides a forum for creative expression above and beyond the classroom. Archer  
AVID Club To support the community service initiatives and fellowship of Burroughs AVID students. Burgess
Wednesdays at lunch in J-4
Burroughs Autism Awareness  The focus of BAA is to bring awareness and acceptance of our students with special needs We eat lunch together and then we play indoor or outdoor games depending on the weather. This is an opportunity for our students to socialize and foster relationships with their peers in general education.  Moroz  Thursdays at lunch in N-55
To foster high standards of scholarship, service, and citizenship on the part of students of BHS and to promote activities among its members. Ostermann See bulletin.
Cross Club To provide students who share similar beliefs in Christ with an opportunity to minister to the needs of students and to fellowship in a non-denominational Christian atmosphere. Menard  
Drama Club    Kratz  
Friends of Rachel (FOR)  Philosophy of trying to change the world by one act of kindness after another is based on Rachel Scott's philosophy, the first person killed in the Columbine High School mass shooting.  The Friends of Rachel 's goal is to do good works in the community and in the larger world, and also to make Burroughs a kinder, nicer place. We do a variety of events on campus and in the larger community.  Rachel's Closet is an ongoing project to loan Prom and dance clothes to students free of charge. Cox
Thursdays at lunch in L-36
GSA    Poole
Habitat for Humanity  
Interact Club Interact motto is: Service Above Self.  Interact strives to engage in monthly service activities that range from local on-campus activities, to local community and global international activities and support.  Interact works closely with the China Lake Chapter of Rotary. Dwyer Tuesdays at lunch in M-41
Key Club Key Club is a student-led, high school organization. Our members make the world a better place through service. In doing so, we grow as individuals and as leaders by answering the call to lead, summoning the courage to engage and developing the heart to serve. Some of our typical projects each year include a food drive for Salvation Army, visiting a local nursing home, helping with a soup kitchen, providing volunteers for non-profit Christmas programs and meals, and collecting/sending off military care packages. We also participate in state-wide chapter events such as Fall Rally at Six Flags Magic Mountain.  Branson First and Third Tuesdays at lunch in K-1
 M.E.A.L.  Mercy Encountered At Lunch is a club where students can come during lunch and grab a slice of pizza. There is an atmosphere of grace and mercy as we enjoy food together, talk about our week, and share each other's company.  Vargas  Third Thursday in C11
 Pep Band Perform various community events and school events. Members must be enrolled in at least one music course. Pep Band meets Mondays after school and Tuesdays at lunch.
 Band Room
Robotics Club  Robotics club meets at lunch, on Fridays after school and on Saturday mornings at BHS  D. Jacotin  E-3
Spanish Club To promote, experience, and expand student appreciation and knowledge of Hispanic culture. Edelen I-2
Writers Ink To provide an opportunity for students to share their ideas and help each other with creative writing projects. Burgess J-3

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