Baton Rouge Magnet High School - Extracurricular Activities

Extracurricular Activities

Baton Rouge High School has many clubs for students to choose from. Clubs range from academic to social and clubs number at least 59. The following is a brief list of clubs at BRMHS:

  • The academic clubs include:
    • Beta Club, Chess Club, Computer Science Club, Epidemiology Club, Law Club, Literary Travel, Mechanical Tech, Media Tech, Mock Trial, Mu Alpha Theta, National Honor Society, Quiz Bowl, and Science Club.
  • The athletic organization clubs include:
    • Dance Club, Frisbee, Gymnastics, Intramural Club, Woods and Waters, and SCUBA Club.
  • The language and culture oriented clubs include:
    • African Heritage, Arabic Club, Chinese Club, French Club, German Club, International Cultural Association (ICA), Junior Classical League, Muslim Student Association, Spanish Club, and Indian Student Association.
  • The political clubs include:
    • Amnesty International, Gay-Straight Alliance, Invisible Children, Teenage Republicans, and Young Democrats.
  • The service oriented clubs include:
    • 4-H, Best Buddies, Cancer Club, Interact, Key Club, Red Cross, and Habitat for Humanity.
  • The student organization clubs include:
    • Hi-Y, Tri-Hi-Y, Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD), and Student Government Association (SGA).
  • Other clubs include:
    • Anime Club, Film Club, Awakening, the Piano Club, Potpourri (the literary publication produced by Baton Rouge High students), The Musician's Guild, WBRH/Radio Club, and Diplomacy Club.

Some of the most active clubs include Beta Club, Frisbee, ICA, Mu Alpha Theta, Junior Classical League and Habitat for Humanity. ICA and African Heritage co-host a cultural show each spring which features presentations by students from various, diverse backgrounds sharing cultural experiences. Beta Club, Mu Alpha Theta, and the Junior Classical League always attend their club's state convention, often sweeping many awards for their chapter.

BETA, Mu Alpha Theta, ICA, Hi-Y/Tri-Hi-Y, Frisbee, and Habitat for Humanity are the largest clubs at BRMHS.

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