Bristol Aggie’s Clubs and Organizations
Anglers (bass fishing) – Students participate in a fishing club with an educational component
and opportunity to participate in several competitions throughout the season.
Archery - a club where students of all skill levels can come to enjoy Archery with other
Beekeeping – Keep bees and process honey
Class Officers – Class officers represent a single class (9th grade, 10th grade, 11th grade and 12th
grade). Each class has a group of class officers that are made up of a President, Vice President,
Treasurer and Secretary. Class officers help organize class activities and fundraisers.
Drama – The goal of Drama club is to enable students to gain an appreciation for the arts and to
participate in dramatic activities.
Drill Team (try outs are necessary) – A group of horses and riders and riders performing
Extends Program – An after school academic support program that offers two teachers to assist
students in receiving academic help in their classes. It is also an environment that allows
students to make up tests and do their homework in a supervised setting.
FFA - FFA is a national student run organization that focuses on premier leadership, personal
growth and career success. It is an extracurricular student organization for those interested in
agriculture, leadership and furthering their knowledge in specific agricultural areas.
GSA Club - Genders and Sexualities Alliance provides a safe place for students to meet, support
each other, and talk about issues related to sexual orientation and gender identity and expression.
Geek Club - The Geek Club is a place for students to share their common interests. Examples
include: Doctor Who, Magic: The Gathering, Dungeons & Dragons, Pokémon, Star Wars,
Anime, Writing, Drawing, and many others. All are welcome!
Karate – Students are led by a Certified Karate Instructor and provided the opportunity to move
through a belt progression in Kenpo Karate with exposure to self-defense, katas (forms),
weapons katas, and sparring.
National Honor Society - The National Honor Society is a nationally recognized organization
that honors and supports scholarship, leadership, character, and service. Membership is by
invitation only for students that meet this criteria
Ocean Bowl – Competition in which students compete in a buzzer style quiz bowl.
Peer Mentor Program - Freshmen students are mentored by an upperclassmen for support,
encouragement, and goal setting as they begin their high school career
School Newspaper – An interactive and informal place where writers, thinkers,
Swing Dance Lessons - Every spring Mr. Johnson teaches East Coast Swing, Lindy Hop, and/or
The Charleston dances to students. The dances are generally danced with a partner, but a partner
is not required. Prior dancing experience is also not required
Student Council – This group of students help share student ideas, interests and concerns with
the student and staff population. They often also help raise funds for school-wide activities, including
social events, community projects, helping people in need and school reform.
Wellness/Fitness Club – A club where students come together to socialize and improve overall
wellness through exercise such as running, cross training, cardio and strength.
Yearbook Committee – Students assist with the collection and management of school photos
from various student activities and events. Students also organize student information pertaining
to their senior yearbook.