FCA is a student-led organization that is non-denominational.
You do not have to be an athlete
to be involved in the Fellowship of Christian
Athletes, just have to want to
have a good
learn more about
Jesus Christ. The FCA Vision To see
the world impacted for Jesus Christ
through the influence of athletes and
coaches. The FCA Mission To present to
coaches and all whom
they influence the
challenge and adventure of receiving Jesus Christ as
and Lord, serving Him in their relationships and in the fellowship of
Day and Time: Every Wednesday after school
at 2:05 pm in the courtyard
of the cafeteria.
FFA is a youth
organization through agricultural education that promotes premier leadership,
personal growth, and career success. The club meets on activity days in room
Students are required to be in an
agriculture course. There are
opportunities for leadership
training, career exploration through competitive
events and scholarships available to
those who take advantage of the FFA
dues are $25.00.
(Mrs. Barry, Mr. Wheeler, and Ms. Giammanco)
Health Occupations Students of America –
HOSA is a national student organization
that prepares students for the medical field. It is endorsed by the U.S.
Education and Health Science Education Division of ACTE. Members are encouraged
to gain service, leadership development, and a hunger to discover more about the
care industry. HOSA also offers members competitive events at regional, state,
national levels. The club meets at the clinic after school and announces
meetings on P-TV.
Please contact Mrs. Subbiondo at the clinic for more information.
An Anti-Bullying club has been established in order to provide
on the issues surrounding all forms of bullying and
to show respect and
acceptance to all those
here at the River.
The founders and leaders of IMAGINE, Freshmen Danny Coronado and
Savannah Bosch, have the dedication and desire to make
Braden River High School and
Anti-Bullying school and a school where you
can feel free to be who you are. We look forward
upcoming events welcoming you to join
IMAGINE and the efforts we are
making to stop bullying!
JROTC consists of
3 sub-groups; the Drill Team, the Raider Team and the Air Rifle Team.
who wish to participate in the JROTC teams must be enrolled in the JROTC
There are no membership dues.
Journalism - The purpose
of this club is to enable students to develop fundamental skills in
of print or electronic journalistic media for the BRHS school newspaper
There is an emphasis
on learning ethics and critical analysis.
Students work with the InDesign
program. The Newspaper meets as a class
[Journalism] as well as before and after school
during production weeks. This
course is student
run, therefore, students are responsible for
creating, editing, and promoting the newspaper. Newspaper requires students
be very proactive in gaining every type of news from around the school,
community, and the
world. An application form is not required for incoming
freshman; however, one is required
incoming sophomores and upperclassmen.
International is the world’s oldest and largest student run service
organization. KCI provides its members with opportunities to serve their
community, along with
building character through its
core values: leadership,
teamwork, citizenship, initiative, and
responsibility. Key Club meets every
Tuesday after school in the media center. Ms. McNally
serves as the advisor
(room 823) and the attached website
provides the officer contact
is designed for BRHS band members to showcase their talents by
football games, parades and competitive evens throughout the year.
Students must be enrolled in a band class.
Please see Mr. Carrier for a
and other information. (Mr. Carrier)
chapter was founded 2005-06. National organization that recognizes
the highest achievement of high school sophomores, juniors, and seniors.
candidates are selected
for membership by the faculty council in Jan/Feb of each
Students must have a minimum of a 3.5 cumulative GPA - either weighted or unweighted,
to school and/or community, leadership
experience and outstanding
Once initiated, members must maintain these qualifications and serve on an NHS
contribute (time, energy, hours, etc) to the club philanthropy, and
attend all NHS
meetings. Membership carries great prestige with colleges and
universities due to the high
standards of the organization. Click
here for the latest NHS information from Mr. Eller.
is a service
club where students can benefit the community
while having fun and enjoying themselves at the same time. This
purpose of this
club is to benefit our school, various charities around town,
and specifically the
disabled including the students here at Braden River. Serteens
with community service opportunities, and a chance
to hold leadership
The club holds fun events that will grasp
everyone's interest. Meetings
held every other week on Wednesdays and Fridays, and
members can decide
which day they would like to attend that will
best accommodate their schedule.
See Mrs. Zeris in Student Services for more information.
here for the Serteens application form.
here for the Serteens
Leadership Committee application form.
purpose is to give students fun & enriching experiences with practicing the
language & learning about cultural traditions. Please click on the website for
about our objectives
& activities we do. (Señora Audrey
Government Association, SGA, is a service organization for which students
represent their respective classes. Elections for representatives will
take place in the spring
for the next year and officers
will be elected from the
group. The purpose is to promote
school spirit, leadership, and civic
responsibility. Activities such as pep rallies, dances, and
will be planned, along with charity fund raisers
and community service
opportunities for students. Students must have a 2.5 GPA and good conduct
There are no membership dues. (Mr. McLean & Mr.
Technology Student Association
(TSA) is the only student organization
to the needs of students with a strong interest in
technology. It is open to those students
in or who have
technology education courses. Members learn through exciting
leadership opportunities, and team activities.
The club meets after school in room 717. (Mr.
Tertulia is a service, not a group, given by upper-level Spanish
students to those in
Spanish 1 and 2.
Tri-M is the national Honor Society recognizing secondary music students for their
ability, academic excellence, school involvement, and community service.
The Braden River High School Tri-M chapter
received it's Charter #5172 in
February, 2006. (Mrs. Cook)
class designed to create the school yearbook. It involves various aspects
photography, design layout, advertising, sales and computer skills. BRHS uses
InDesign program along with Photoshop. Yearbook meets as a class, as well
and after school. Students are
responsible for creating, promoting and selling the yearbook.
students attend school events and various workshops for training.
students will be admitted to yearbook after meeting the prerequisites provided
An application will be required from each interested
There are no membership dues.