FFA meetings are held every other Monday during CIA in Mrs. Dehn's room (HS T110). A complete list of activities and dates can be provided by contacting Mrs. Dehn or any of our current FFA officer team members.
The Berlin FFA is open to all students here at Berlin High School. There is no cost to join the Berlin FFA Chapter. An annual t-shirt is designed by our officer team. Cost for the t-shirt is $10. The FFA is a group that strives to make a positive difference in the lives of students by developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth and career success through agriculture education.
Examples of Berlin FFA activities include: speaking contests (district, state & national levels), career development events (district, state & national levels), leadership workshops and conferences, food drives, Ag Day for students at Clay Lamberton Elem., Wisconsin State FFA Convention, National FFA Convention, Washington Leadership Conference in Washington DC, exhibiting at Green Lake, Waushara & Winnebago county fairs, donkey basketball, National FFA Week celebration, Drive Your Chapter to School Day, annual awards banquet and much, much more.
The Game Club is open to any high school student and meets every other week during CIA in the LMC. The games played are based on student interest and staff approval.
CWYTL is an 8 week league held at the Berlin Conservation Club on Saturday mornings beginning the first Saturday of March of each year. Any school aged student, through grade 12, can participate in this league, but they must have successfully completed a hunter’s education course. All shooters must be enrolled in school, attending in a regular basis, and be compliant with their school’s code of conduct and academic requirements. Website and information
The BHS Key Club meets throughout the school year during CIA in the LMC. Please listen to the announcements for specific meeting dates.
Key Club is a student-led organization that strives to develop leadership, character, caring, and inclusiveness among its members. We work with our local Kiwanis Club and help at and organize many service projects in our school and community, including a raking project, sponsoring an annual school-wide blood drive, planning the Homecoming Dance, and much, much more! The BHS Key Club meets during CIA in the LMC. In addition to service projects, each spring our members have the opportunity to attend our District Leadership Convention in Green Bay.
All school year Meets on Tuesday during CIA
The KIND committee is a group of students who are willing to spread kindness throughout Berlin High School through activities, kind gestures, random act of kindness, gifts and also with a pink mannequin named Chloe.
KIND is open to everyone...who is KIND. All students must speak with advisor for permission.
The BHS Manga Club meets throughout the school year in the LMC during CIA. Please listen to the announcements for specific meeting dates.
The objective of Manga Club is to be a place for any student in grades 9-12 who are interested in manga and anime to come and have discussions, share knowledge, and to have fun! The activities members can participate in during meetings is based on student interests and includes discussing manga books and anime, learning Japanese words, learning about Japanese food and culture, drawing and crafts, and much more!
The Mosaic club is for students that want to explore their culture, plan events for the school to share their culture, and celebrate with other cultures in our school. This club will support and encourage everyone to experience different types of cultures. This club will be a place of respect for anyone who would like to join!.
All year activity Elected by classmates; meets on Wednesday at CIA
Student Council is a leadership group that students fill out an application at the end of each school year (the beginning for 9th grade) and are elected through a ballot that classmates will vote. Student Council does many activities throughout the school year...Homecoming, Winterfest, Christmas activities, staff appreciation week, blood drives, The Gobbler, other local activities and many more.
Limitations to participation: Must be elected by classmates.
We meet every Thursday in Room 208 during CIA throughout the school year, with additional activities throughout the year.
Youth Alive is an organization that is committed to helping students grow their faith at school with other students. This group works cross-denominationally through a wide variety of strategies to empower students to reach other students as well as connect churches and youth ministries to the school.