• In addition to course offerings, we also have a variety of Arts related clubs and activities available to students interested in the arts.

    -Anime Club – meets Mondays after school / open to all students

    Anime Club meets on a weekly basis to watch anime and discuss the art of Japanese cartoon making in order to create Japanese Art. Students will create their own characters and review/critique the work of their peers.

    -Phoenix Art Club – meets Thursdays after school, (except the 1st Thurs. of the month), open to all students

    Phoenix Art Club promotes and nurtures excellence in the visual arts. The club is for any students interested in being creative, having fun, making works of art, and exhibiting art in the community. Students in the club both actively enrolled in art classes as well as for those unable to take art classes due to scheduling issues, etc.

    -Photo Club- meets Wednesdays after school / open to all students

    Photo Club promotes and nurtures excellence in the area of photography. The club offers an opportunity for members to express themselves creatively through group and self-directed photo activities. Photo club also encourages the exploration of careers in photography through studio visits, guest lectures, and independent research. Photo club is an outlet for many students who have taken all photo classes offered at BHS and those currently enrolled as well as those that enjoy photography but have not taken a photo course.

    -Wheel Throwing Club – meets Tuesdays after school / open to all students, sign up ahead of time is encouraged. Wheel throwing club is a new club open to all students. Club members create handmade ceramic cups, bowls, and functional pottery. Students who have taken Ceramics previously can join this club to gain greater knowledge and practice using the pottery wheel. There is a sign-up sheet outside of 118 for students interested in using the wheel during club times.

    -Galaxy Art and Literary Magazine - Galaxy promotes and nurtures excellence in literature and art. Students are encouraged to write and create art, critique the work of their peers, and produce and publish an annual literary/art magazine of their work. Students host two poetry café nights where students share their work in a public setting. Students also host the annual "Galaxy Soiree" where students share their work with the greater Brighton school community. Students meet on Sunday nights 7-9pm from Sept-Feb. to critique written submissions. Location is announced weekly on Morning Show and posted on room 177 door.