BHMS Programs and Clubs

BHMS Before and After-School Programs - "After School Matters" ~ Welcome to the Bernardo Heights Before and After-School Programs.  Click for more information regarding these programs.

AVID~ is specifically designed for those who are under-represented in colleges and universities, all the while having academic potential to be successful in college when they attend. For more information, click here. 

CJSF-Honor Society ~ The California Junior Scholarship Federation is an on-campus organization that promotes high standards of scholarship, service, and citizenship in middle school students. For more information, click here.

E.L.L. Information Page

GATE As described by the U.S. Office of Education in 1972, "Gifted and talented children are those identified by professionally qualified persons who by virtue of outstanding abilities are capable of high performance.  These are children who require differentiated educational programs and/or services beyond those normally provided by the regular school program in order to realize areas of their contribution to self and society."

GATE Information and links page

BAND - One of the most positive impressions you can offer your child is the chance to learn self-discipline at the highest level via participation in band. Their social skills, communication skills, self-concepts, cooperative talents and creative mind will all be nurtured through their study of music. These life-skills will serve as an important foundation as they take on various responsibilities in their future.

INTERMEDIATE ORCHESTRA is offered to 6th grade students who have played one year or less on a string instrument (violin, viola, cello, or bass).  This class meets every other day.  Students are expected to bring their instrument, music and pencil to each class.  All students will be required to practice at home daily for at least 30 minutes (5 days per week).  Practice time sheets will be assigned from time to time to verify practice. They will be due at the end of the assigned week signed by a parent. Two concerts will be scheduled during the school year, and students will be required to wear concert attire to each performance. 

ADVANCED ORCHESTRA is offered to 7th and 8th grade students who have played one or more years on a string instrument.  This class meets every other day.  Students are expected to bring their instrument, music and a pencil to each class.  All students will be required to practice at home daily for at least 30 minutes (5 days per week).  Practice time sheets will be assigned from time to time to verify practice. They will be due at the end of the assigned week signed by a parent.  Two or more concerts will be scheduled during the school year, and students will be required to wear concert attire to each performance. 
TUTORIAL ~ See Activity Calendar

Special Programs

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