Extracurricular Activities

Involvement in extracurricular activities is strongly encouraged for all students. There are a wide variety of opportunities, both athletic and academic, for students to be involved in. Extracurricular activities are a great way to meet people, pursue a personal passion, and give back to our community. Additional information about the opportunities provided can be found below.


JV & Varsity Sports Teams

Baseball                                             Soccer (Boys and Girls)
Basketball (Boys and Girls)             Softball
Bowling                                              Track & Field
Cross Country                                   Volleyball
Football                                              Wrestling


Art Club

The BHS Art Club focuses on fostering creativity, artistic expression, and collaboration among its members. The club provides a platform for students who are interested in various forms of visual arts, such as painting, drawing, sculpture, digital art, and more. Activities typically include art workshops, group projects, exhibitions, and discussions about different artistic techniques, styles, and artists.

Members of the art club have the opportunity to develop their artistic skills, learn new techniques, and explore their own creative ideas in a supportive and encouraging environment. The club often organizes art-related events, such as art showcases, gallery visits, and even collaborative community projects. It's a space where students with a passion for art can come together, share their work, learn from each other, and contribute to the artistic culture of the school.

Drama Club

The Brookfield Drama Club is open to all students in grades 6-12, and focuses on promoting and exploring the world of theatrical arts. It provides a platform for students interested in acting, directing, staging, and other aspects of theater production such as sound, lighting, set creating and building, makeup artistry, photography, and videography. Members of the drama club have the opportunity to participate in various activities, including rehearsals, performances, and discussions about theater techniques, scripts, and character development. They also take on roles as actors, stage managers, set designers, costume creators, and more, allowing them to develop skills in teamwork, communication, creativity, and self-expression. The group's culminating project is the annual Spring production put on for the school and local community. The event gives students a chance to showcase their talents and share the magic of theater with others.

The Drama Club also hosts Warrior WinterFest in November which is the club's big fundraiser for the year. WinterFest features a craft show, breakfast with Santa, Sip N Paint (hot cocoa style), a basket raffle, and much more!

Previous Drama Club Productions
2024 - UPCOMING Jolly Roger and the Pirate Queen
2023 - The Girl with the Golden Locks
2022 - Ghost Hunt
2021 - Girl of La Mancha
2020 - CANCELED- The Girl with the Golden Locks
2019 - The Murder Mystery at the Murder Mystery
2018 - Villain School
2017 - Snow White Variety Show
2016 - Dorothy in Wonderland

2021 - Dear Mrs. Claus
2020 - The North Pole Chronicles
2019 - How Santa Got His Christmas Tree
2018 - What Could Go Wrong the Night Before Christmas

Drone Racing Team - The Fuel

Created during the 2021-2022 school year, the BHS drone racing team, The Fuel, competes against other local schools in the Trumbull County Drone Racing League (TCDRL.) 

The drone racing team is part of Drones in School, a unique educational program that develops aeronautics, engineering, project management, entrepreneurship, graphic design, and marketing skills. Teams can have anywhere between two and six members that fill the six job roles of project manager, graphic designer, manufacturing engineer, design engineer, marketing coordinator, and drone technician. Drones in School teams design and build/improve two racing drones, create a team display, portfolio, and marketing video. Students on the BHS team have the luxury of utilizing equipment and materials in the district's MakerSpace to create their needed materials. Students learn project management fundamentals and use best practices to self regulate their team. Over the course of the season, students will develop valuable project management skills that are transferable to any career field.

In addition to locally hosted face-to-face race events, The Fuel participates in monthly virtual races where they can record head-to-head race results through an online portal. In 2023, the team's online racing results qualified them for the National Competition held in Denver, Colorado. While there, they competed among 12 high school teams from across the country in five events: Capture the Flag, Head-to-Head, Design and Engineering, Video Presentation and Portfolio & Display. The team placed fifth in all events, with the exception of video presentation where they placed fourth. 

Environmental Club

More information coming soon!

Future Teachers of America (FTA)

The purpose of the Future Teachers of America (FTA) at Brookfield High School is to encourage high school students who are, or may be, interested in teaching as a career. Two visitation days are planned each year, along with other volunteer opportunities. Volunteer opportunities may include helping with classroom parties, volunteering at the book fair, reading with younger students, and any other situation that needs volunteers.

Membership is open to all juniors and seniors who have a 3.0 cumulative grade point average and who complete that application process.  Applications will be distributed and accepted at the beginning of each school year.  Listen to announcements for more information.

Interact Club

Interact clubs bring together young people ages 12-18 to develop leadership skills while discovering the power of Service Above Self.

Members have an opportunity to connect with community leaders to:
  • Take action to make a difference in your school and community
  • Discover new cultures and promote international understanding
  • Become a leader in your school and community
  • Have fun and make new friends from around the world
Interact clubs organize at least two projects every year, one that helps their school or community and one that promotes international understanding. Rotary club sponsors mentor and guide Interactors as they carry out projects and develop leadership skills.

National Honor Society

Membership selection into the National Honor Society is based on a student’s scholarship, service, leadership and character. Each of these areas is examined as part of the selection process. To be eligible for membership the candidates must be members of the junior or senior classes and the candidates must have been in attendance at the school for one semester.

Candidates must have a cumulative scholastic grade point average of a 3.25 based upon five (5) semesters for junior students and seven (7) semesters for seniors. The candidates should have a passing grade in physical education and candidates are encouraged to take more than the minimal number of required courses. Student records may be consulted.

The selection of members will be based upon faculty recommendations and the majority vote of the faculty council.
Candidates will also be evaluated on the basis of service, leadership and character. Service is based upon a student’s current, active participation in both school and community activities. School activities include participation in clubs and/or sports. Community activities would encompass organizations such as Youth Court, Scouting, church groups and/or other civic organizations.

Leadership is assessed in two ways. The first deals with the leadership roles to which you have been elected since 9th grade. The second is more subjective as it deals with how others perceive you as a leader. It examines whether you are seen by your teachers / coaches / advisors as a positive leader in classes or other activities.

Character is the least concrete category and probably the most difficult to evaluate. Evaluation of character cannot be based on hearsay but must be based on observation or documentation. Honesty and trustworthiness as perceived by others as well as adherence to rules are necessary qualities.

Prep Bowl

Prep Bowl is an academic competition that engages students in various grade levels in a contest to answer questions from all areas of study. Students from Trumbull County public schools participate in this competition which is usually held in January or February.

Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD)

“Students Against Destructive Decisions” is a national non-profit dedicated to the safety and wellness of all students. Using 40 years of expertise to facilitate educational and engaging programming, SADD operates through school and community chapters dedicated to advocating healthy decision-making.

SADD was founded on the simple philosophy that young people, empowered to help each other, are the most effective force in prevention.

S.M.A.S.H. Club

The Ohio State Highway Patrol in partnership with 4-H and Safe Communities, conduct the Students Making A Safer Highway (S.M.A.S.H.) program. Every school in Trumbull County has SMASH representatives who meet once a month to learn more about the four pillars of car crashes (drinking and driving, not wearing seatbelts, distracted driving, speeding) and how to bring positive messaging back to their schools to encourage safe driving habits. 

Members of the BHS SMASH Club will work in collaboration with the district's School Resource Officer to prepare a winter and spring program emphasizing the four pillars of driving safety to their fellow classmates. They may also conduct small activities throughout the year to remind their peers about the importance of safe driving.

Spanish Club

The Spanish Club is open to any student who enjoys learning about customs, traditions, and cultures of Spanish speaking countries. Activities may include crafts, cooking, movies, and field trips while promoting cultural diversity.


Information coming soon!

Student Council

Brookfield High School Student Council is an organization that is made up of students who are elected by their grade level peers to serve a one year term.  The purpose of Student Council is to establish closer cooperation among the administration, faculty, students, and community involved with BHS.  Student Council also works to maintain high standards of education, school spirit, service and honor which are based on school pride.  Members of student council will gain experience in the promotion of good citizenship and work to promote the general welfare of our students, school, and community. Some activities Student Council organizes include the Daffins candy fundraiser, the Veterans Day flag display, and decorating for the holidays. The group also sponsors the Student of the Month.

If you are interested in becoming a member, please see Mrs. Arp or Mrs. Pegg for more information.  BHS needs new members for the 2023-2024 school year!!!

Tot Squad

Information Coming Soon!

YSU English Festival

Each year, Youngstown State University sponsors the YSU English Festival. This is a unique annual program reaching out to approximately 3,000 junior and senior high school students from Mahoning, Trumbull, and Columbiana counties in Ohio, and Mercer and Lawrence counties in Pennsylvania, their teachers and parents, area librarians, and other members of the community who are interested in promoting and cultivating reading and writing.

The YSU English Festival is open to all BHS students in grades 10, 11, and 12. Students must be willing and able to read between six and eight books before the festival in April. The official booklist comes out in late September/October, and the school supplies two copies of each book for the students to share amongst themselves. Participants are expected to meet a couple of times during the school year to ensure reading assignments are being completed. The Festival also provides opportunities for students to participate in essay and art contests. 

To join, students should sign up on the sheet outside Miss Jerek's door or send her an email at [email protected]

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