Students in grades 3-8 have the weekly opportunity to participate in the sports intramural program. This is run by the physical education teacher.  Students are taught a variety of sports in a fun, safe environment after school.

BAS supports four interscholastic teams; boys basketball, girls basketball, boys soccer and girls soccer.  Students in grades 5-8 may try-out for these teams.  The goals of these programs are to continue to develop skills and strategies, teach students to work together as a team and to demonstrate Christian sportsmanship at all times.

drama club

Students in grades 6-8 can try-out for the Drama Club.  The club's director, Jen Ortiz, teaches students how to project their voices and speak clearly.  Students learn how to express themselves emotionally and non-verbally through their body language and expressions.  The Drama Club performs in May for a large audience.

yearbook club

Students in middle school have the opportunity to learn and develop photography skills as members of the Yearbook Club.  With guidance from an adult sponsor, Mike Edwards, students create a yearbook for all of the staff and students to enjoy!


robotics club

BAS Robocats

The BAS RoboCats robotics program is designed to foster teamwork, enhance problem-solving skills, and introduce students to cutting-edge technology. Students work in collaborative teams, learning to communicate effectively and leverage each other's strengths to achieve common goals. Through hands-on projects, they tackle complex challenges and develop critical thinking and problem solving skills. The program emphasizes the practical application of STEM concepts, allowing students to see how science, technology, engineering, and math intersect in real-world scenarios. The RoboCats are active participants in the Adventist Robotics League. They annually compete with other Adventist robotics teams at the regional and national level.