Art Club is an organization for students with a common interest in art. Students are provided time to work on projects or explore new ideas and materials. Art Club meetings consist of open studio time where students can work in the art room and participate in art-related field trips. Art Club members regularly contribute their art skills and talents to help with school and community events.
BCTV broadcasts daily announcements to the entire school and videotapes various school events.
Students read and talk about books, meeting about once a month.
Class Councils provide leadership for all class activities, and promote school spirit. They are elected by members of each class.
Debate is an activity which promotes competition and teamwork, and allows students to gain skills in communication and logic. Students who have the interest and ability to speak in competition tournaments are eligible to participate.
FCA (Fellowship of Christian Athletes)
Students have their choice of competing in one of 17 different categories that fall under the headings of Speech, Impromptu Speaking, Interpretative Reading, or Acting. Students begin preparing their pieces second quarter and compete at tournaments on Saturdays throughout most of third quarter. Individual and team awards may be earned.
Explore the cultures of French speaking cultures through field trips, cooking, and film.
This club is open to students that might be interested in learning about German culture to include watching movies in German, playing various games, cooking, and Gingerbread Houses for Christmas.
Junior Statesmen of America
Key Club members work together in a team effort to fulfill the needs of their schools and communities through volunteer service. Key Club is sponsored by the Elm Grove Kiwanis, a worldwide service organization.
This club is specifically for people of color or ANY student to become better connected to our school as a whole, to teachers, and to peers. Opportunities to educate and illustrate information on African American culture will be a priority.
Experience the culture and history of the ancient world, both Roman and Greek with travel opportunities, toga bowling, state convention and competitions, field trips and collaborative club events with BEHS's Latin Club.
The school yearbook records the events of the year. A knowledge of graphics and journalism displayed in original format is emphasized. Membership is open to any student interested in publications, graphics, photography or journalism.
National Honor Society
The National Honor Society encourages excellence in the areas of scholarship, leadership, service, and character. The Brookfield Central chapter is composed of juniors and seniors who have satisfied requirements relating to scholarship, leadership, service, and character.
Odyssey of the Mind
Odyssey of the Mind is a creative problem solving competition. Teams of 5-7 students choose one of five technical or performance based long term problems and work as a team to come up with a solution to their problem along with worling on spontaneous problem solving.
Members play ping pong and compete in tournaments.
Political Science/Youth in Gov't.
Students compete in ski racing.
Student Council focuses on developing student leaders. As a member of Student Council you will assist in making decisions that affect daily life at BC.
TRUST/SADD is committed to educating/developing awareness about drug and alcohol issues.
Tyro Student Newspaper
Students have an opportunity to write stories, edit, work on layout, do research and interviewing, take photos, do art work and/or proofread. Editor positions usually go to upperclass students; beginners on staff usually enter as reporters.
Wisconsin Leaders of Tomorrow