Clubs at Baruch
BCCHS offers a broad array of clubs to meet the interest of our students. All clubs are student-led organizations. We have a club fair at the beginning of each year where students can meet club members and learn more about each club’s activities and mission. New clubs are always welcome. This year our school has more than 30 clubs!
Below is a the presentation on BCCHS clubs, description, contact information and meeting details.
The ASL Club will allow our community at Baruch to come together and learn an incredible language. It will further our inclusive and equitable environment and teach student to become global citizens.
Join American Sign Language club and have fun with your peers while learning about the deaf and hard of hearing, how to sign, and how learning ASL is helping our community.
When: Fridays at 3pm
Where: Room 307
Leader: Maryam Rizk
Art Club is open for all students who want to be creative and for people who want to develop their art techniques or portfolios by meeting others. We will engage in art activities including using a lot of different tools and techniques!
When: Weekly on Wednesdays at 2:50pm
Where: Room 510
BLSU is a club that talks about social justice and we explore other cultures and identities. We aim to educate ourselves and others on different backgrounds as well as our own. In this club, we typically have big conversations about current events and Black and Latinx history. This is a safe community for people of color to open up and share their experiences and thoughts on topics that we will discuss in meetings. We welcome different backgrounds and opinions, as we are not limited to POC! People of all different backgrounds and identities are welcome!
When: Bi-Weekly Thursdays 3:15pm
Where: Room 306
In Baruch, the C4KC Club is dedicated to raising funds and awareness for childhood cancer. We intend to establish a climate of enthusiasm and openness in this family. We work alongside volunteers to accomplish goals of meetings, profit for the organization, and our wish to spread awareness for childhood cancer (in biweekly meetings). We aim to encourage everyone to be more involved in community service activities.
When: Biweekly Fridays, 2:45-3:20 PM
Where: Room 417
Our club is not meant to perform. We provide a fun and interactive environment for members through activities such as dance workouts, yoga, and learning different types of music. However, proof of vaccination is required.
When: Wednesdays, 3:00-4:00 PM
In Debate Club, we will have fun and engaging debates about pressing political and social issues. We will be learning the basics of holding a structured debate by debating alongside and against other club members on chosen topics.
When: Wednesdays, 2:45-3:40 PM
Watch movies, short films, music videos, anything!
Learn about cinematography!
Help us put on a film festival at the end of year! (A forgotten Baruch tradition)
When: Biweekly Fridays, 2:50 – 4:00 PM
Leader: Josie Benton
Goals for this year:
- Explore different science realms
- More guest speakers
- Unite and strengthen communities within Baruch
- Members will be able to conduct fun, interactive, and engaging experiments to connect with others!
When: Biweekly Fridays, 2:50 – 3:20 PM
Leader: Philip Deng
Healthy Heart Association aims to raise awareness about heart disease, which is the number one leading cause of death worldwide. 80% of cardiovascular diseases can be prevented through education and lifestyle changes!
When: Once a month Wednesdays @2:50 – 3:20 PM
When: Bi-Weeklys Wednesdays 2:45-3:05 PM
Leader: Jerson Yang
In our club we hope to explore Japanese culture through anime and to explore the process behind our favorites while providing a fun and relaxing environment catered to our members
When: Fridays 3:00-3:40 PM
Leader: Lori Wong
The Lorax Club is an environmental sustainability club here at Baruch that aims to spread awareness on environmental issues as well as to work towards a clean future. Our club consists of advocacy work, crafts, engaging discussions and service opportunities within and outside of school.
When: Thursdays 3:00 – 3:45 PM
We are here to help you with math in your classes whether it be for algebra 1, geometry, algebra 2/trig, or Calc/AP Calc.
When: Bi-Weekly Thursdays 3:00 PM
Leader: Erica Lam
Model UN is a club where students simulate the committees and delegates of the United Nations and discuss world issues from a country’s perspective. We have conferences both inside and outside of school, whether in other schools or the actual UN.
When: Tuesdays 3PM
Leader: Anja Ciric
What is Next Gen Politics?
Next Gen Politics is a larger organization driven to create a more inclusive and educated political culture.
Our Goals for Next Gen Politics?
Next Gen aims to empower young voices and create a space in which we can educate each other on current events, foriegn and domestic affairs, and the U.S government as a whole.
Why Join Next Gen Politics?
Next Gen is a great way to learn more about current affairs and the U.S Government. Next Gen is also a great way to figure out if a future in politics suits you!
When: Wednesdays 3PM
The NOW club at BCCHS strives to educate ourselves and others on women’s rights and push for women’s equality and fair treatment. Founded by Isabella Risoli in 2019, this club has achieved some amazing accomplishments. We are connected to NOW YFA (young feminist alliances) chapter and often collaborate on projects with them. Some projects that NOW has done over the past two years were making flyers surrounding injustices affecting women, posting routinely on our instagram account about current events, and going highlighting women of color throughout our club meetings and social media. Some topics that our club will be touching on this year are Roe vs. Wade, the women’s suffrage movement, the disproportionate oppression of POC women, and the wage gap are just a few of the subjects we’ll be covering.
When: Wednesday Mornings 7:45 – 8:15 PM
Leader: Meera Nagulendran
The club will learn about and spread awareness regarding issues that impact the ocean (e.g. overfishing). We will then utilize the knowledge to get involved through community service (e.g. beach cleanups) and mini action projects such as creating presentations on sustainable seafood for the school or creating scripts for contacting local representatives.
When: Fridays 2:50 – 3:30 PM
Leader: Simcha Sepler
Students will be able to peer tutor others or receive help in areas they might be struggling in. This club is an opportunity to meet new people and gain an exceptional understanding of the content within Baruch’s curriculum.
When: Biweekly Thursdays 2:45 – 3:50 PM
Leader: Stephanie Leung
Philosophy Club is about engaging in discourse about ideas, including those from ancient philosophers and anything else that comes to mind. We will learn about some different areas of philosophy and read/watch some related material.
When: Biweekly Fridays 2:50-3:30 PM
Leader: Josie Benton
The goal of Positivity Project is to make BCCHS a better place while advocating for metal health and illness. Throughout the school year we will host events and discuss ways to help make a positive impact on BCCHS.
When: Biweekly Thursdays 2:50-3:20
Red Cross is one of Baruch’s oldest community service clubs. We are best known for leading the annual Breast Cancer walk in October, as well as the annual Thanksgiving Potluck in partnership with Cookies for Kids Cancer where we use our funds to purchase toys for the NYU Hospital Toy Drive. We also host the annual Blood Drive in direct association with the Red Cross organization. We have made it a new tradition to host an annual book drive, which calls for students to donate books they no longer need, so they could be sent to organizations that provide them to children who do not have access to such materials. There are no requirements to join the club, everyone is welcome! Please join this club, as we will help you fulfill the 20 hour community service requirement as well as give you a new outlook on serving our communities.
When: Biweekly Thursdays 3:05 – 3:35 PM
On SAP Board we will focus on creating solutions to the culture and stigma at Baruch surrounding the topics of sexual assault, harassment and consent. The main focus areas will be adding consent to the health curriculum, creating presentations and preparing discussions to have with each grade, rethinking the reporting system, and other creative solutions
When: Wednesdays 2:50 PM
Leader: Natalie Untch
Media Team runs the Baruch’s social platforms, website, and online newspaper. We are also in charge of school photography and videography. We document school events, interview teachers, write opinion articles, take photos and videos, etc…
All experience levels are welcome!
When: Fridays 2:50 – 3:30 PM
Leader: Elizabeth Haastrup