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Clubs

2023-2024 School Clubs

  • Arab Club: To bring Arabs together in a welcomed space as well as educate others on culture and language.
  •  Art Club: To allow students a creative outlet & space within the arts.
  •  Asian Fusion Club: A place to taste and learn to cook asian foods.
  •  Asian Student Union (ASU): To spread Asian culture to as many students as possible.
  •  Badminton Club: To have a space to play badminton.
  •  Bella Vista Outdoor Club: Invite students to explore the outdoors, learn about our local natural environment and how to protect it.
  •  Black Student Union (BSU): A space to discuss black issues, support black students, and celebrate culture.
  •  Bollywood Dance Club: To allow some diversity and enjoyment for students & allow them to learn something new.
  •  Book Club: To provide a community for book lovers to share their love for reading.
  •  Bronco.Mp3: To listen and rate music together.
  •  BV Buddies: Help special needs students with friendship and social involvement.
  •  BV Faith Club: Spread the love of Christ through BV. Interactive bible study
  •  BV Newsroom: To discuss and report on school news, current events, and media with a virtual newspaper.
  •  BV Sports Med: To develop a program at BV helping treat injury during physical activity, especially during BV athletic events.
  •  BV Tutoring: Tutoring opportunities to help students struggling in various subjects through tutoring in class, 6th period, after school.
  •  Ceramics and Sculpting Club: To create a space where anyone can come and create art with clay.
  •  Chess Club: To learn & advance skills for chess. Also to meet new people with similar interests.
  •  Clothing Trade & Co: To allow kids to connect, put use to clothes they don't want, support local businesses.
  •  Cranes4change: Fold oragami cranes to donate to children's hospitals.
  •  California Scholarship Federation (CSF): To provide students an opportunity to participate in community service through tutoring.
  •  Drama: To learn appreciation for the arts - especially theater.
  •  Dungeons and Dragons Club: Meant to bring out the personal creativity of students. Not only with teamwork, but with communication and imagination.
  •  Language Learners Club: To aid and teach students who don't know English. To give them some friends and resources to get better accustomed with English.
  •  Entrepreneurial Society: To learn more about business and the components of how to start one, and learn from entrepeneurs who will visit twice a month. Bella Vista Clubs 2023/2024
  •  Fellowship of Christian Athletes: To provide a place for Christians and/or people who are interested in Christianity to come learn from other experienced Christians via guest speakers.
  •  For the Girls: A safe place for girls to be comfortable talking about their problems without feeling judged (specifically female issues). Main goal: supporting and helping girls.
  •  French Honor Society (FHS): To promote the French language in our community through service
  •  Friday Night Live (FNL): To educate people on the effects of tobacco and alcohol.
  •  Generations Connect: To socialize with senior citizens. Provide them with hand-made cards to make the elderly feel special!
  •  Hammock Club: To provide a good time to hangout, enjoy nature, connect with others, and clean the environment
  •  Health Occupation Students of America: To provide future health care workers with volunteer opportunities and connections in the medical world.
  •  Hope Club: A positive space to talk about and share mindfulness and positivity in a hopeful community
  •  Hot Takes Club: Students will get together & share HOT wings & HOT opinions.
  •  Human Rights: To help bring awareness and accessibility to human rights.
  •  Interact: The purpose of our club is to offer community service opportunities to our club members along with all Bella Vista students for the betterment of our school, communities, and overall city.
  •  Jam Club: To create a space for musicians to create & listen to others music and ideas.
  •  Japanese Club: Explore Japanese culture and history.
  •  Japanese Honors Society Club: for Japanese scholars who want to experience Japanese culture and tutor 1st and 2nd year Japanese students.
  •  Joke Club: To give students a place to practice public speaking and projecting their voice in a fun way.
  •  Key Club: To provide accessible and easy ways to gain community service hours.
  •  LatinX: To promote culture, communication and empowerment surrounding the LatinX community.
  •  Lavender Club: To create a safe space for everyone.
  •  Letter Writing Club: To spread positivity through writing.
  •  Lunch League: Playing basketball at lunch through organized play.
  •  Mathletes: We represent the school in district Math competitions. During our meetings we encourage the development of math skills.
  •  Media Club: To enrich the students with entertaining and informative content.
  •  Model UN: To provide students the opportunity to participate in mock Model UN activities as "delegates". Training and competition involved.
  •  Moot Court: Teach students about the US court system and to allow students to practice mock law.
  •  Multicultural Club: Introduce people to new cultures and to make the campus more inclusive.
  •  Nature Walk Club: A way to meet new people through nature.
  •  National Honor Society (NHS): To engage students in community service. Grade qualifications required.
  •  Outreach Club: Provide students with an opportunity to involve with an opportunity to involve themselves in their community & make an impact worldwide.
  •  Physics Honors Society: To tutor kids in Physics, Honors Physics and AP Physics 1.
  •  Pinterest Pals: To spark friendships/ relationships between people who enjoy using their creativity and looking on Pinterest.
  •  Polynesian Club: To portrait the arts, crafts, and languages of Polynesian cultures and to educate on the many different issues faced by the Polynesian people.
  •  Psychology Club: To provide members with the space ad tools to learn about different aspects of psychology through games and meaningful discussions.
  •  Quiz Bowl Club: Compete in regional quiz bowl competitions and qualify for nationals.
  •  Red Cross Club: Provides an opportunity to be more involved in community, host service projects that will align with Red Cross.
  •  Ripped Revolution: To build a healthy community at BV about weightlifting, body building and any sort of physical exercise.
  •  Robotics Club: To learn about robotics and coding in order to create robots that will compete.
  •  Rowdy Rooters: To provide a student based cheering section for athletic events - show school spirit.
  •  Snow Club: To provide planned times for students to go to the snow. Will be able to ski, snowboard or have a day to just go hangout in the snow together.
  •  Spanish Honors Society: To aid students in their Spanish education through tutoring and to honor students who have excelled in their Spanish education.
  •  Stocks and Finance Club: To financially educate the youth.
  •  Super Smash Bros Club: To make a safe place for the smash bros gamers like me to meet new friends and be themselves!
  •  Writing Club: To provide a communal and social space for writers and budding authors at BV.
  •  Young Life: Create community among all students, break down walls, and build friendships