Adelante Mujer Latina Club:

Adelante Mujer is for anyone who believes in the fight for equality for all women. Our purpose is to expose our students to the many issues affecting women in the United States. We also provide opportunities for our students to learn about careers and opportunities meant especially for them. We hope to have guest speakers on various issues, and careers led by professional women who have overcome many obstacles. Come out and join Adelante Mujer Latina Club today!


Brav Esports:

The Club is OPEN to ALL GAMERS! The Baldwin Park High School ESports Club (bravEsports) program is a continuation and expansion of previous clubs on campus designed to equip students with the vehicle necessary to pursue Esports as a profession post-graduation. Students will be provided with a space to hone their skills, meet new friends, and represent Baldwin Park High School on a competitive stage. The club affords students with the means to use their love and talent for video games to access collegiate scholarships, relevant stakeholders in the Esports industry, and a unique way to represent their school. The landscape for high school Esports is growing every day, with the very body for High School athletics in Southern California, the CIF-SS, looking to add Esports to its offerings very soon. Our goal is to someday provide Varsity letters for participants who compete in our club and represent the school. The club will be competing in the High School eSports League (HSEL), in titles such as Valorant, League of Legends, Super Smash Brothers Ultimate, Fortnite, and many more.



BSPN Club introduces students to a wide variety of sports media platforms. Students will get hands-on experience with interviewing, writing season previews/reviews, podcasting, running sports social media accounts, game highlights, play-by play broadcasting and more!

Care Bears:

The Care Bear Medical Club was established to inspire students and give all students a sense of community as they discover what they are able to contribute to the field of medicine. Our goal is to raise money to sponsor events like "Autism Speaks", to purchase materials needed to make masks for the children, the elderly, and the community, and to find other events that would allow our club members to grow as individuals who contribute to our community.


Chinese Culture Club:

CCC welcomes everyone! You do not need to be a student in the Chinese Language class or of Chinese descent. C.C.C. is one of the largest clubs on campus and strives to promote Chinese culture, languages, and understanding within our school community. It aims to celebrate various Chinese festivals, provide culturally-relevant field trips, and educate students about the benefits of being bilingual or trilingual. We meet bi-weekly to make informative decisions on our fundraising activities, t-shirt designs, field trip destinations, and club budgets. This is where mooncakes, red envelopes, calligraphy, and dumpling makings take place! If you are interested in meeting students who are also fascinated by Chinese culture, this is the place to be!


Choir Club:

The BPHS Choir Club exists to support the activities, trips, and functions for the BPHS Choral students.  Choir Club students are encouraged to participate in all available activities throughout the year to help foster a sense of community and connection with others. The Choir Club is open to any BPHS Choir student, or students interested in growing in their personal vocal ability. Activities include club fundraisers, Knotts Berry Farm Performances, Festivals, community events and performances, open mic opportunities, and social gatherings.  The Choir Club is a fun and energetic group of students who grow to be great friends during their years at BPHS!



California Scholarship Federation (CSF). CSF is a nonprofit organization with a mission to recognize and encourage academic achievement and community service among students in California. It is a nationally-recognized organization, and it can be used for letters of recommendation for college and/or scholarships

Drama/Theater Works:

Drama Club supports the drama program at BPHS. Together we grow as actors and technicians while gaining real world experience in theatre. Why Drama? Drama is a place for everyone and everyone will be welcomed! We work as a family and bond over learning how the world of theatre becomes a place where you can be whoever you want to be in a safe place!



GSA is dedicated to creating a welcoming environment for all students regardless of their sexual orientation or gender identity. We work to build awareness, promote discussion, and educate our campus about LGBTQ issues and create events where students can make friends and allies. All of our work with students focuses on leadership development and activism that prioritizes building alliances not only across sexual orientation and gender identity lines, but also across race, ethnicity, and class lines, and our resources and trainings are designed to facilitate coalition building. Founded in San Francisco in 1998, GSA Network emerged as a youth-driven organization that connects LGBTQ+ youth and school-based GSA clubs through peer support, leadership development, and community organizing and advocacy.

Horticulture Club:

Horticulture is the growing of plants for food, materials, and decoration. The purpose of our horticulture club is to apply that to making our campus and our community better through the growing and planting of different plants. Students will learn and apply how to grow plants in our school gardens and greenhouse. These same students will help to create new gardens both on campus and in the community. This program raises funds to support the school garden through fundraisers and donations while sharing the plants with the community. If you are interested in learning to grow plants, designing new gardens, learning how plants are so important for our community and our world, then sign up for the Horticulture Club TODAY.


Humanitarian Club:

The Humanitarian Club is unique because we give all students at BPHS a way to put their skills and passion to work for a greater purpose. They will get the opportunity to engage with projects that will help people in need. They will create plans and participate in projects that can help support organizations. The clubs also offers students many opportunities for self-development, and empower them to build critical leadership skills.

We provide opportunities for community service and knowledge about non-profit organizations. Our past activities have included but are not limited to: recycling on campus, a schoolwide EARTH DAY, awareness about sustainability, and a campus thrift store.

Key Club:

Key Club is an international student-led service organization for high school students that provides our members with opportunities to serve, build character, and develop leadership. In partnership with the Kiwanis Club of West Covina, BPHS Key Clubbers are making a positive impact serving others in our schools and communities. Key Club members around the world are learning how to lead and stand for what’s right through service and volunteerism. BPHS student members of Key Club perform acts of service in their communities, such as cleaning up parks, collecting clothing and organizing food drives. They also learn leadership skills by running meetings, planning projects and holding elected leadership positions in the club.


M.E.Ch.A. stands for Movimiento Estudiantil Chicanx de Aztlán Translation: Chicano Student Movement of the Southwest US. M.E.Ch.A. is a club that focuses on the Chicanx culture, history, and the social issues affecting our community. In addition, we focus on helping our members get to college through field trips and guest speakers. We are an inclusive club that welcomes all nationalities and gender identities. M.E.Ch.A. is a student organization founded in 1969 that promotes community engagement, political participation, culture, and history. We encourage Chicanx’s to further their education at colleges and universities and to increase their community involvement. Mechistas strive for educational, economic, and political equality for all Chicanx’s with the purpose of ensuring the self-determination of all Chicanx’s. M.E.Ch.A. collaborates with other on and off-campus organizations for the benefit of all.


National Alliance on Mental Illness, (NAMI) started as a small group of families gathered around a kitchen table in 1979 and has blossomed into the nation's leading voice on mental health. Our mission is to raise awareness surrounding mental / behavioral health. Reduce the stigma! We do outreach activities, spirit weeks, and workshops! In addition, we work closely with Kaiser Permanente Educational Outreach!


National Honor Society:

The National Honor Society (NHS) elevates BPHS's commitment to the values of scholarship, service, leadership, and character. These four pillars have been associated with membership in the organization since its inception in 1921. This is a leading organization established to recognize our outstanding Baldwin Park High School students. Our purpose is to encourage scholarship, provide academic support, build leadership, contribute service, and develop character. You should strongly consider applying if you want an opportunity to start student projects, volunteer opportunities, be with like-minded individuals and build your resume. BPHS students who are eligible to participate in our National Honor Society are sophomores, juniors, and seniors with a cumulative GPA of 3.5 or higher. In order to be considered for NHS students will need to complete an application.


Sociology Club:

The mission of the Sociology Club is to provide opportunities for BPHS students orchestrating social change. Also to raise awareness, promote social justice, and discuss social issues affecting teens on and off campus. We also want our BPHS students to achieve high academic expectations by providing mentorship, networking, and community service. The Sociology Club helps students build and strengthen their social networks between students, faculty, and communities.


Sports Medicine Club:

The Baldwin Park High School Sports Medicine Club is a dynamic and engaging extracurricular activity designed for students who are passionate about sports, fitness, and healthcare. This club provides an opportunity for members to explore various aspects of sports medicine, including injury prevention, treatment, rehabilitation, and overall wellness. Through a combination of hands-on activities, workshops, guest speakers, and community outreach, members will gain valuable knowledge and practical skills in the field of sports medicine. Whether you aspire to become a physician, physical therapist, athletic trainer, or simply have an interest in sports science or medicine, this club offers something for everyone. The Sports Medicine Club welcomes students of all backgrounds and skill levels who are eager to explore the exciting intersection of sports and healthcare. Join us in promoting health, safety, and performance excellence!

Please contact the club advisor for additional information!