Clubs & Activities
The high school campus has many clubs and activities that are available to students. All clubs are sponsored by a staff or faculty member of the high school. Any students interested in joining an activity or club is encouraged to contact the sponsor listed.
- Academic Decathlon
- American Sign Language
- Anchor Club
- Bass Fishing Club
- Eaglettes Drill Team
- Fellowship of Christian Athletes
- Future Farmers of America
- Harry Potter Book Club
- Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA)
- Key Club
- National Honor Society
- National Speech and Debate Association
- Peer Assistance and Leadership (PALs)
- Robotics Club
- Select Academic Team
- Soaring Eagle Color Guard
- Spanish Club
- Strategy Club
- Student Council
- The Nest
- The Writers Compendium
- UIL Academics
HUMANITIES HONORS (ACA)
Grade Level: 9-12
PEIMS # 03221600 One Year (One Credit)
Humanities Honors examines and analyzes historical and cultural movements as reflected in various art forms;
the conditions that encourage creativity; and the manner in which art responds to political, social and
philosophical movements. Critical reading and writing are stressed.
**Acceptance to the Decathlon Team is
required to participate.
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
What is Anchor Club?
Anchor Club is a service organization associated with the West Chambers County Pilot Club full of enthusiastic volunteers working in our community and the great state of Texas.
First Wednesday of the month @ 2:55 pm - Library
Committee Meetings - at the discretion of the committee chairperson.
Scrapbook Committee - last Wednesday of every month.
President - Alyssa Gonzales
President-Elect - Bronwyn Jones
Secretary - Alexander Booth
Public Relations Coordinator - Rania Droubi
DRILL TEAM / DANCE 1 -4
GRADE LEVEL: 9-12
Prerequisite: Must be a member of the Eaglette Drill Team
Sponsor - Lachele Stoeck
Dance students develop perceptual thinking and moving abilities in daily life that promote understanding of themselves and others and allow them to interact effectively in the community. By mastering movement principles and skills, students develop self-discipline, and healthy bodies that move expressively, efficiently, and safely through space and time with controlled energy. Students recognize dance as a vehicle for understanding cultural and historical contexts, increasing awareness of their own and others' heritage and traditions, thus helping them to participate in a diverse society.
Join the magic in the library with Harry Potter Book Club! Did you get your Hogwarts letter? Then, get sorted into your house and complete magical activities throughout the year to win the House Cup!
Timeline of Events (Google Doc) - Click to find out what's going on!
All meetings start at 2:50 pm in the HS Library
- September 11
- September 25
- October 9
- October 23
- October 30
- November 13
- November 20
- December 11
- December 18
For the latest updates and opportunities, follow Barbers Hill NHS on Twitter (@BH_NHS) or Instagram (@bh.nhs).
We meet the first Wednesday morning or afternoon of each month.
Students are encouraged to begin planning early in their high school careers.
Interested students should begin the following as soon as possible:
- Maintaining a GPA of 3.5 or above.
- Documenting community service activities in which they participate in both school and community. Be sure to keep track of names and phone numbers of adults facilitating these activities. Link to Community Service Record .pdf
- Maintaining good character and being responsible,
- Assuming leadership roles in extracurricular activities. For example, run for office in activities or clubs, become team captain and assume as many leadership roles as they can successfully manage.
- Keeping track of extra-curricular activities and recognition and awards in and out of school including contact information of the person in charge of these activities.
What: The Nest
When: Tuesdays at 6:50 a.m.
Where: 11th Grade Conference Room (AP Office)
Why: The Nest is a safe, welcoming place for all Eagles. A place where they can hang and feel comfortable while taking action by supporting other positive initiatives and activities on campus.
|Computer Applications||Shawn Aghajan|
|Current Events||Frankie Verner|
|Editorial Writing||Bret McDonald|
|Feature Writing||Bret McDonald|
|Headline Writing||Bret McDonald|
|News Writing||Bret McDonald|
|Literary Criticism||Kay Houston|
|Number Sense||Jason West|
|Ready Writing||Kay Houston|
|Social Studies||Frankie Verner|
|Debate (CX & LD)||Christopher Brannen|
|Informative Speaking||Christopher Brannen|
|Persuasive Speaking||Christopher Brannen|
|Student Congress||Christopher Brannen|
|Prose Reading||Travis Poe|
|Poetry Interpretation||Travis Poe|
|One Act Play||Travis Poe / Chris Irwin|
|Computer Science||Alicia Brooks|
|UIL Coordinator||Cayla Hunt|