Get Involved, Join a Club!
- Anime - meets Wednesdays after school in Art room to watch different anime movies and play anime games.
- Bowling - meets Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday at the bowling alley after school.
- DECA - a nationally recognized program that prepares emerging leaders and entrepreneurs for careers in marketing, finance, hospitality and management. Students attend conferences and compete against other DECA chapters at regional, state and national competitions.
- Debate Club - A club for practicing formal research-based, and impromptu debates. Group meets Wednesdays after school.
- Diversity Club - A group formed to make a positive impact on the Big Lake Community with the goal of bring everyone together to learn about different types of people and cultures.
- Friends of Rachel - Big Lake's chapter of a national group founded after the tragic death of Rachel Scott, the first victim of the Columbine shooting. This group focuses on carrying out Rachel's mission of creating chain reactions of kindness. Meets during Hornet Hour.
- Hornet Broadcasting - get involved and learn about broadcasting by assisting with Live@the Hive, a daily news broadcast live; Webheads, a webcasting group that signs up to cover different events; or Video Bulletin Board, where you can update the school's television feed.
- HS Knowledge Bowl & MS Knowledge Bowl- an academic competition between schools that covers questions on geography, literature, math, science, current events, history and more! Activity fee required.
- National Honor Society - membership is made up of students with a GPA of 3.5 or greater after the first trimester of their sophomore year, and students who demonstrate qualities of character, leadership and service. Meets once per month during Hornet Hour.
- Robotics - members take part in a MSHSL sanctioned activity to build a functioning robot and participate in competitions with other schools to perform tasks with the self-built robot.
- Safe Squad - SAFE squad stands for "Substance & Alcohol Free Everyday". This group of students promote a substance free life and being the real you. Students are active in school and community events, showing other youth you can have fun and be substance free at the same time.
- Student Council - members of this group act as a liaison between administration and the collective student body, and help to organize events such as homecoming and Snow Daze.
- Writer's Workshop Club - Students get together and write and/or read other students work. Then as a group discuss the writings/articles/pieces. Group meets Fridays after school.
For more information on any of these clubs, contact the Activities Director.