Clubs & Activities

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Campus Life Purpose statement:

To reach out and offer to any student in the school, the opportunity to learn more about the God of the Bible and spend time with other students and adults who share the same interests. We are commited to care for every student the same, regardless of his or her choice to become involved.


Events: 
Community fall sharing Banquet: 
(Open to any adult. Contact any local church) 
Purpose is to share ministry activities and stories from this past year & offer everyone the opportunity to partner with the ministry through financial and prayer support. Students will be present to serve the meal and possibly share their stories)


HIGH SCHOOL CAMPUS LIFE

Breakfast Club Meeting: Thursday mornings 7am
… a good meal & a thought for the day
opportunity to meet other students & grow spiritually

Student Leadership Monthly Meetings & Times TBA
This is a group of students willing to commit to the standards set in God’s Word.
Open to anyone interested. Required to meet with a staff & go through the Student Leader agreement.
Staff are committed to care for & help each student grow in areas they desire help in.

Fall Hayride:

Misc Party’s & 5th Quarters: after home ball games.


JUNIOR HIGH CAMPUS LIFE

Club Meetings – Every Tuesday 3-4:30pm

Huber Farms road trip:

Fall Hayride: 

Christmas Party:

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The National Honor Society is a nation-wide organization which recognizes high school juniors and seniors for achievement in scholarship, leadership, character and service. The students are chosen by a faculty committee on the basis of these four qualifications. Students are eligible for consideration if they have a 3.00 grade point average.

The society provides service to the school in many ways.

The traditionally assist the Red Cross in two annual blood drives.

They decorate the school at Christmas. (Last Christmas members wrapped children’s gifts for Kimball’s furniture factory.)

At the end of the school year, NHS juniors escort the seniors at graduation and serve as ushers.

Senior members receive a NHS cord to wear on their graduation gowns.  

The induction ceremony for new members usually occurs in May when parents and friends are invited to attend.

The SHOUT club (Students Helping OUT) is a service club for high school students, grades 9-12 that is open all students. Its purpose is to sponsor activities which will provide a service to the school, local community, or any other worthy cause.

It is a relatively new club at BHS, but it has accomplished quite a bit in the last three years.

We have made blankets for a homeless shelter, collected personal products for a women’s shelter, donated food to a food pantry, donated money to a save the rain forest organization, and attempted to clean up the cemetery behind the school.

We are always on the lookout for new projects and are presently considering our agenda for this year.

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ABOUT BORDEN HIGH SCHOOL

We believe in our students. We believe in their ability. We believe in their creativity. We believe in their intelligence. We believe in their enthusiasm to all the things they believe in. We believe in their liveliness. We believe in their innocence. We believe in their talent to overcome obstacles in their lives that would make many of us want to give up. We believe in our students.

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