ASES Extracurricular Activities

In addition to the activities that are already offered before and after school, the ASES program also sponsors several after school activities, such as Color Guard, Inventor's Club, and the Extramural Sports Program. These activities are open to all students at BHMS, and students do not need to be enrolled in ASES currently to participate. Each of these activities last for the entire school year, and meet on different days of the week.

Color Guard
Color Guard is held on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons. This actvity is led by Lilliana Mougel and Matthew Bence. Color guard is a unique combination of dance, theatrics, and hand-eye coordination. Guard members perform choreographed dance routines  while also manipulating equipment in perfect unison with their fellow performers, all while entertaining an audience, playing a character, and telling a story. Color guard is unique in that the performers within the group form an incredible bond. Throughout the year, guard members will learn what it means to be a part of a team as well as confidence and perseverance.

Color Guard members will be able to participate in the Winter Guard Association of Southern California Marching Band Open Series. Times and dates are TBD.

A after school activity bus is available at 4:25 pm to take students to their normal bus stops. Students are required to have their bus passes and an activity bus pass, available from Coach Mougel or Coach Bence. 

Lilliana Mougel          
Matthew Bence         

Extramural Sports Program

After School sports has returned to BHMS! Sports will be broken into 4 seasons, each lasting about 8 weeks. Season I will be Cross Country in September and October, Season II will be Flag Football/Volleyball in November and December, Season III will be Basketball in January and February, and Season IV will be Wrestling/Soccer in March and April. The Golf season will run from September through May. Students can learn about these activities from either their PE coaches or from ASES. All sports are sponsored by the ASES program and voluntary donations are appreciated. Registration for each season will typically begin a month before the season starts, with PE coaches and ASES distributing the necessary forms. Please email or visit us here for more information!

The purpose of this program is to provide an introduction to the sport of competitive distance running, lacrosse, golf, flag football, basketball, volleyball, soccer, and wrestling. This will be accomplished through skill development and an opportunity for athletes to participate in meets and tournaments. Sports will be broken down into 4 seasons. Registration will typically take place 2 or 3 weeks before the season begins. Announcements will be made regarding these registration times. Students will be coached by BHMS PE coaches, ASES coaches, and trained volunteers.

The program is open to all BHMS students. Returning students must have maintained a minimum 2.0 GPA, no U’s in citizenship, and no suspensions from the last quarter of the previous school year to be eligible to compete. Students will be required to obtain and return signed permission from their teachers to be allowed participation in tournaments.

The program will run from August 21st through the end of May. Practices will be typically held on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, or Thursday. Practices and meets are subject to change. Attendance at practice is required in order to participate in meets.

Season I
Cross Country – August through November
Lacrosse – September through November
Season II
Flag Football – October through December
Volleyball – November through January
Season III
Basketball – January through March
Soccer – March through April
Season IV
Wrestling – March through May
Year Round Season
Golf – September through June

A after school activity bus is available at 4:25 pm to take students to their normal bus stops. Students are required to have their bus passes and an activity bus pass available, from Coach Davis, Coach Holt – Sandsmark, or other coach. Transportation will often be provided except for cross country meets, where students will be responsible to transport themselves.

Meet Schedule
The meet schedule will be provided as soon as it is made available.
All meets will begin as 4:00 pm and conclude around 6:00 pm. Meets will usually take place on Thursday or Friday, but all dates will be determined during the course of the seasons. Coaches will communicate these dates through Team Snap.

Todd Davis                                                               
(Cross Country, Golf, Flag Football, Volleyball, Basketball, Soccer)
Bailee Holt – Sandsmark                                       
(Cross Country, Volleyball, Basketball, Softball)
Bob Schumacher                                                    
(Golf, Tennis)
Ethan Beck                                                               
(Golf, Flag Football)
Zach Sundberg                                                        
(Golf, Lacrosse)
Liz Campos                                                               
Treye Marshall Lund (ASES Sports Coordinator)
Coaches will communicate using the TeamSnap site. Once your student is accepted onto the team, they will receive an email to join team snap.Through this platform, we will communicate schedule, practices, and events. Please provide a legible email that can be added as a member/player of TeamSnap BHMS ASES Sports.

Inventor's Club
The BHMS ASES Inventors Club is a science and technology based club that meets twice a week on Wednesday and Thursday after school throughout the year. Students are given instruction on everything from programing microchips to building and coding robots. Using tools like Arduino processors, Raspberry Pi computers, and programming software, students will have the ability to learn and enhance their knowledge and understanding of these new and fascinating pieces of technology. This activity is led by ASES staff members, as well as the Inventor's Club president and cabinet. Please email for more information.

The final event for the Inventor's Club is our Minnow Tank, which is a variation of the TV show Shark Tank. Our students will work on a project of their choosing, and will present it to a panal of professionals from many different fields. This activity will be held in the end of May.

A after school activity bus is available at 4:25 pm to take students to their normal bus stops. Students are required to have their bus passes and an activity bus pass, available from ASES staff. 
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