The Thespian Club's next project will be held the evening of Fat Tuesday, February 28th. They are heavily involved in each production by the BCCHS Drama Department.
The National Honor Society was founded in 1921 to encourage scholarship, service, leadership and character. A five person Faculty Council selects juniors and seniors for membership. To be eligible for consideration, students must have a 3.85 or better cumulative GPA and have successfully completed five year long honors classes.
Bishop Carroll Robotics competes against approximately thirty other teams throughout Kansas and Oklahoma in conjunction with BEST Robotics Inc. Every year, each team is given a brand new set of tasks for its robot to complete as well as more than a thousand dollars’ worth of materials to use in its construction. Bishop Carroll Robotics has six weeks to design, build, and test its robot before competing at Hartman Arena for the chance to move on to the regional tournament in Fort Smith, Arkansas.
Tuesday afternoon, Thursday afternoon, and Saturday morning during September and October
Bishop Carroll has a praise and worship band that performs at school Masses every Thursday. Any student is welcome to join this band to sing and play for Thursday Mass. Practices are held in the band room Tuesday and Thursday mornings. For more information, contact Mr. Dean, BCCHS Band Director.
Sponsor: Ms. Meier
The mission of BC Yoga Team is to increase strength and flexibility in a relaxing environment in order to provide for both spiritual and physical development. Yoga Club is led by a student instructor with a background in Yoga. Joining Yoga Club is also an opportunity to build relationships with peers who share the same interest in physical and spiritual growth and strength.
Twice a week: Wednesday mornings and Thursdays after school
Spanish club aims to positively influence stewardship, increase Hispanic cultural awareness, and encourage comradery among students at Bishop Carroll that have a common interest.
|Sponsor:||Ms. Frau Tilford|
German club is an opportunity for students to further their understanding of the German language and culture through participation in activities outside of class. It also gives students the opportunity to develop leadership skills.
The club has only one fundraising activity, the sale of chocolate advent calendars, which is a German Christmas tradition. The profits from the calendars allow the club to sponsor the events listed below:
The French club aims to experience the French language and culture in fun and exciting ways.
Art club is for everyone. It's a place to socialize and be creative. We like to "improve" something around the school each year. For example, one year the wall outside the football field was painted by the Art Club. We encourage students to create original art and enter their work in contests.
Activities for Art Club are typically decided on by the students. Different art projects are usually done throughout the week.
Every Wednesday in the Art room
For students to come together and socialize and compete against one another in a safe environment. Students are able to play video games and board games.
Every other Friday
Enjoy camaraderie of fellow chess players. Hone the skills of the mind. Practice clear thinking under pressure. Play chess.
Every Tuesday and Thursday after school in the Library at 3:25- 4:00
With the Mission club there will be various religious studies, service opportunities, fellowship and prayer.
Every third Thursday in Room 205
Every Tuesday after school in the Chapel for prayer
Various service projects