Student Leadership & Activities

To Learn. To Lead. To Make a Difference.

Student Leadership & Activities

  • BMS PRIDE fosters positive relationships between a small group of students and a faculty member to develop a collaborative culture to meet the developmental, social, emotional and academic needs of each child

  • The OHS Student-Led Diversity Day is plannedby the "No Place for Hate Committee" in collaboration with the Anti-Defamation League 

  • The Male Minority Leaders of Orange High School took a strong, positive, and public stance against violence towards women, significant others, and children by showing their support for the “White Ribbon Campaign” by wearing a white tie or ribbon 

  • Orange High School students in Wood Design classes donated handmade flag boxes to a local VFW post. The beautiful cases were created with the wood from fallen trees that dot the school campus and turned into works of art. The memorial cases are provided to families of servicemen killed in the line of duty. 

  • The Actively Caring for People student group at Orange High School held a shoe drive for “Soles for Souls.”

  • At the OHS and BMS Activity Fairs, students learn about everything from building clubs to service clubs, from drama clubs to writing clubs, from academic clubs to spirit clubs

  • Orange High School collected 33 units of blood from 38 donors at its Red Cross Blood Drive.  According to the Red Cross, these 33 units will be used to help save up to 99 lives.

Student Leadership

A well-rounded education includes a wide variety of opportunities.

In this section of the Quality Profile, we share information on athletics, extracurriculars and more.  

  • MHS students created cards for Veterans and invited Veterans to read patriotic stories to them throughout the day.  Students also participate in Coins for Courage, collecting coins to contribute to Honor Flight Cleveland which honors those who served in the military by sponsoring trips for veterans to travel to Washington, D.C. to visit memorials honoring their service. 

  • MHS second-grade students ran their annual "Alex's Lemonade Stand" to combat pediatric cancer. The students not only got a great lesson in running a business, they learned about combining flexibility, philanthropy, and fun. The students were responsible for all aspects of this service learning project which benefits pediatric cancer causes, especially research into new treatments and cures. 

  • MHS students celebrate Unity Day at the end of the school year through various outdoor games, a concert and teamwork

  • BMS eighth graders host the annual Veterans Day Recognition Breakfast, which honors family and friends of students who served our country in the military through student introductions, veteran speeches, student musical performances.

  • The year at BMS ends with the annual Domiano's Great Race where student teams in each grade level compete in a fun day of track, field and playground events

  • Extracurriculars BMS are plentiful with student participating in athletics, student council, Builder’s Club, e-news, robotics, Model UN, GCCTM Mathematics Problem Solving, Destination Imagination and Power of the Pen

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