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BHS Clubs

  • We have several clubs at Bertie High Schools!  In general, there are four types of student organizations at Bertie High School.  They are:     

    • Honor Societies:  Generally these organizations are aligned with a national organization that has set criteria for entry.  Each will have written information on the process and guidelines for requesting to join the organization.

    • Service Organizations:  Service organizations are focused on gathering students to build leadership in our school and community through service.  These organizations are open to all students who wish to participate.  Continued participation in the service club may be contingent on meeting certain guidelines for participation.    

    • Co-Curricular Organizations:  These are organizations that support continued learning in a particular content area (ex: History Club, French Club, etc.).  This would include CTSOs (Career & Technical Student Organizations).                     

    • Student-Initiated, Non Curriculum-Related Student Groups.  These groups are initiated by students and are permitted to meet on school grounds during non-instructional time.  These could be related to a variety of topics.  The role of the faculty advisor is solely to provide supervision for safety.

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American Red cross club

The American Red Cross Club is a service organization focused on humanitarian aid and relief as well as service within the community.  Members will participate in various Red Cross Youth opportunities as part of their service.

Future Farmers of America

FFA is a dynamic youth organization that changes lives and prepares members for premier leadership, personal growth and career success through agricultural education. FFA develops members’ potential and helps them discover their talent through hands-on experiences, which give members the tools to achieve real-world success.

Health Occupations Students of America

Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA) is a medical organization that completes community service such as blood drives, charity walks, etc. The club also participates in various competitions.


National Honor Society

The National Honor Society is a nationwide organization for high school students (Juniors and Seniors) in the United States.  Selection is based on four criteria: scholarship (min of 3.5 GPA), leadership, service and character.  This society is application based and students must apply and be accepted by the NHS advisory committee.  

Student Government Association

The Student Government Association will provide all Student Government leaders and advisors with networking, research, and information resources and will teach them how to become more effective, ethical, and influential leaders on their campuses.

Yearbook Club

The yearbook club focuses on the construction of the yearbook. Taking pictures, drawing layouts, cropping photographs, writing and typing copy, selling advertisements and yearbooks are all activities that the club members undertake.

Spanish Club

All students interested in exploring the richness of Spanish and English
languages and cultures!  Engage in cultural activities. Make new friends who share a passion for language and culture. Let’s sing, play, watch movies, cook, go on field trips to interact with native speakers
and improve your language by learning a new one.

Art Club