Art Club

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Art Club

Advisor: Melissa Deckman
Description: We work on developing art skills through drawing, painting, sculpting, and more.
MeetingsTime: Weekly, Thursdays - 7:00 AM
Location: 503

 Key Club

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Key Club

Advisor: Ronette Gower
Description: World's largest student lead club focused on service.
MeetingsTime: Weekly, Wednesday's - 2:30 PM
Location: 400 Flex

 Band

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Band

Advisor: Meredith Heinzmann
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MeetingsTime: Weekly, Thursdays -2:30 PM
Location: Band Room

 Book Club

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Book Club

Advisor: Michael Panter
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MeetingsTime: Bi-Weekly, Thursdays - Lunch
Location: Library

 Cheerleading

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Cheerleading

Advisor: Rebecca Matthews
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MeetingsTime: Weekly, Varies 
Location: Commons

 Choir

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Choir

Advisor: Amy Ballard
Description: Choir ASB helps sponsor trips/travel to perform at national festivals. We also provide performance opportunities in our community and outreach to the local middle schools and elementary schools.
MeetingsTime: Bi-Weekly, Wednesdays - 8:30 AM
Location: Choir Room

 DECA

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DECA

Advisor: Felicia Kern 
Description:  DECA is a super fun club at BLHS that is focused on business and marketing. Our mission is "DECA prepares emerging leaders and entrepreneurs in marketing, finance, hospitality and management in high schools and colleges around the globe." We travel four times a year, have networking events, and build our skills to be ready for the job market. You can compete in DECA with role play events, sales/marketing pitches, and with written business plans. Earn scholarship money and make new friends!
MeetingsTime: Weekly, Wednesdays - Lunch
Location: 102

 FCCLA

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FCCLA

Advisor: Tricia Littlefield
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 It is the only student leadership organization focused on the family. Students demonstrate skills learned in Family and Consumer Sciences classes, participate in competitions, develop leadership skills as well as helping families through community service.
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Weekly, Thursdays - 2:30 PM
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 GSA

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GSA

Advisor: Samara Deinst-Phillipson
Description:
 Gay-Straight Alliance Club is a safe place for LGBT+ students and their straight allies. The GSA hosts social activities and works on projects to improve BLHS. All events, projects and activities are chosen and completed by the members.
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Weekly, Thursdays - 2:30 PM
Location: 
410

 HOSA- Future Health Professionals

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HOSA- Future Health Professionals

Advisor: Kristi Martinez
Description: HOSA is the perfect club for students interested in a career in healthcare! We participate in service projects, have visits from guest speakers, and compete in health sciences events at the State and International levels. We meet on Wednesdays from 2:30-3:00 in room 461.
MeetingsTime: Weekly, Thursdays - 2:30 PM
Location: 461

 LEO

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LEO

Advisor: Jennifer Moody
Description: Community Serive
MeetingsTime: Weekly, Thursdays - 2:30 PM
Location: 450 Flex

 Robotics

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Robotics

Advisor: Jason Vander Hoek
Description: Panther Robotics is apart of the FIRST Robotics Competition is an international High School robotics competition organized by FIRST. In 2007, there were 1,303 teams competing with 32,500 students from countries like Brazil, Canada, The Netherlands, Israel, US, UK, Mexico. They all compete and build 120 lb. robots that complete tasks that change from year to year. Teams are given a standard set of parts and game details in the beginning of January and have 6 weeks to construct a competitive robot that operates autonomously as well as guided by the controls of students to accomplish game tasks. The FIRST Robotics Competition involves teams of mentors (teachers, corporate employees, or college students) and High School Students who collaborate to design and build a robot in 6 weeks. Teams are expected to solicit local businesses for support in the form of donations of time , money, or skills. The team is open to all students 9-12th grades who want to be apart of a team that competes at a high level. Technical knowledge is not necessary as long as the student wants to learn and is willing to work hard.
MeetingsTime: Weekly, Varies
Location: 206

 Drama Club

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Drama Club

Advisor: Kacee Albert
Description: We meet on Wednesdays and play fun games, build friendships, and boost confidence. We also put on shows for the community, including one musical. Additionally, we have unique events throughout the year planned by our members. Drama club is what you make it!
MeetingsTime: Weekly, Wednesdays - 2:30 PM
Location: Stage

 Wintergaurd

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Wintergaurd

Advisor: Tammy Blakely
Description: Winter Guard is an extension of Color Guard except we do not perform with the band. We perform and compete indoors. Winter Guard performs a dance routine with flags, riffles and sabers. Our competitive season is from February to the end of March. We will also perform for half time shows at basketball games.
MeetingsTime: Weekly, Varies
Location: Commons

 Yearbook

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Yearbook

Advisor: Kristi Mileson
Description: We work on publishing pages for the yearbook. We started this club for individuals who were interested in yearbook duties, but were not signed up for the classes.
MeetingsTime: Weekly, Varies - 2:30 PM
Location: 305