We believe that to keep their enthusiasm for learning, it is important to provide extracurricular activities to prevent students from becoming disengaged.
Students participating in extracurricular activities can develop useful skills in their future personal and professional endeavors. Such skill sets include leadership, cultural knowledge, curiosity about the world, and teamwork skills.
Members of the Gators Geared for Excellence Chapter of the National Junior Honor Society (NJHS) represent a very select group of students who display the best qualities of our student body. Students selected for membership are expected to continue to demonstrate the qualities of scholarship, leadership, character, citizenship, and service which they were initially selected.
Journalism involves students working around school and providing the happenings around the campus and the community. Students document information and provide services for the yearbook. Students attend school ceremonies, sporting events, and cover in school activities, such as pep rallies and science fairs.
To join the Journalism Team at BMI, students must have excellent skills in technology. Each student must take journalism seriously. Students must maintain an average of 75% or better in all subject areas and maintain an “E” or “S” in conduct consistently.