BACKSTAGE CLUB - The Backstage Club is the place to be if you love music and dancing.  Every Thursday morning from 7:30-7: 50 am, members of this club meet in Mrs. Robertson's room (RM 307 in the sixth-grade centrum) to discuss songs, choreography, and sing and dance together.  All are welcome!

BIBLE CLUB - Bible Club 
meets in the forum on Wednesdays from 7:30-7:50 am
We have a small group of student leaders who invite speakers to share lessons from the Bible and encourage students in their faith journeys.  Everyone is welcome! There is no sign-up process. Sponsored by Mrs. Wilson.

BUILDER'S CLUBThis club is the largest service organization for middle school and junior high students, with more than 45,000 members worldwide.  It is a student-led community service organization where members learn to work together and develop leadership skills as they serve their school and community.  Local Kiwanis clubs, composed of like-minded, service-oriented people from the community, serve as the clubs' sponsor.  The Lynchburg Kiwanis Club supports our BMS Builders Club in its endeavors.  Meetings are held every first and third Thursday of the month from 3-4pm.  Mrs. Cash and Mrs. Byrne serve as faculty advisors.  For more information on Builders Club, got to  www.buildersclub.org.

CHESS CLUB - 
Chess Club meets twice a month on Mondays (usually the 2nd and 4th; schedule does vary) from 3 to 4 pm.  
All interested students are welcome even if you have never played chess. 
Students need transportation home at 4:00 PM. Sponsored by Mrs. Wilson.

COMIC BOOK CLUB - If you are a comic book enthusiast, this club is for you!  Comic Book Club meets the 1st and 3rd Thursday starting Feb. 21st from 7:30-7: 50 am in Mrs. Briggs room (RM208 seventh-grade centrum).  Members will get to spend club time reading and sharing their favorite comics, as well as creating their own! 

DRAMA CLUB - The Drama Club meets every Tuesday from 3-4: 30 pm in the BMS Forum. Dues are $10.00. Club activities include improvisation, games, and skits.  Students are encouraged to participate in the annual service project Trick-or-treat so Kids Can Eat. The Theatre teacher and Thespian Club sponsor at BHS is Megan Emanuel who can be reached at memanuel@campbell.k12.va.us.  Becky Silverman and BHS theatre leaders will be running the BMS Drama Club, but all questions should be directed towards Mrs. Emanuel.

FRENCH CLUB -  The Brookville French Club meets in Mrs. Turner's high school room 104 after school from 3-4p.m and is open to 8th-grade students currently enrolled in French. Dues are $5.00  which include a French Club pin.  Meeting dates and activities will be voted upon throughout the year to work around other activities of club members. Club activities include a Monster Mash in October, selling Noel candy grams in December, trip to the French convention in February, a film festival field trip to Richmond in March, French food tasting, French movies and games, trivia contest, etc.  BMS students should ride a first load bus to the high school and have a ride pick them up in front of BHS.  Students need to bring a note to the BMS office stating they have permission to ride a bus to BHS for after-school activities for the year. The French teacher and club sponsor at BMS and BHS is Kendra Turner who can be reached at kturner@campbell.k12.va.us

LITERATURE CLUB - Are you a budding author or voracious bookworm?  If you answered yes to either (or both) of those questions, then Literature Club is the perfect place for you!  Students meet each Thursday (except for half-days) from 3-4pm in Ms. Harris's room (RM303 sixth-grade centrum) to discuss, read, and write stories.  Anyone is welcome!  

ROBOTICS CLUB - This club allows students without formal training in engineering and computer programming to design, build, and program small-scale robots to accomplish various tasks set by the National First Lego League. Aside from building with Legos and programming/coding, the students will complete a project in which they identify a problem and suggest a solution based on their research. The club will have an opportunity to compete in a regional First Lego League competition in the fall. Robotics club is sponsored by Ms. Estelus and meets every Tuesday in the Synergistic's Lab (Room 512) from 3 PM to 5 PM.   

SCA - The Student Council Association is a service organization for the entire student body.  Each year students elect homeroom representatives to attend SCA meetings. Students must apply to be considered for this association.  The purpose of the SCA is to provide leadership and services for students and to act as a liaison between students and administration. Sponsored by Mrs. Dalton and Mrs. Wilson. 
            2018-2019 SCA Representatives: Grayson Cooke, Emily Crosby, Jacob Flaig, Ellie Harf, Zayla Harvey, Kimber Kidd, Will                         Perrow, Madelyn Polling, Frances Rogers, and Christian Wise

SCIENCE CLUB - The club's purpose is to trigger interest and curiosity in young minds by exposing them to current scientific research. The club will meet to choose from various experiments to investigate together! We will learn how to properly write up experiments, make tables/graphs, and interpret data. The club will strive to create scientific posters or foldables to raise scientific awareness.  
Science Club meets biweekly on Fridays after school from 3-4 pm in Mr. Rhee's Room (RM 404 in the Science House).

SPANISH CLUB - Spanish club is a club that organizes events for students to use and practice their Spanish language. Students are eligible to join if they are a native Spanish speaker or if they are currently taking Spanish 1.  This club has special events throughout the year instead of meeting weekly.  Sponsored by Mrs. Turner.