ASB is the student government at Hudson’s Bay. It is a class that plans school events such as dances, assemblies, fundraisers, spirit weeks and much more! It also requires time outside of school. We help make Hudson’s Bay a fun place to go to school!
The Dungeon and Dragons Club (D&D Club) is a community of students who play tabletop roleplaying, collectible card games and board games. We meet on Tuesdays after school in the 300 co-op. For more information contact Mr. Merrow, Mr. Merchant or Mr. Ryan Griffith
DECA is a business club that allows Bay students to compete and network with other students interested in business from around the world. DECA students attend leadership conferences and compete in role plays at regional, state and international levels. Some of the benefits of DECA include a resume booster, networking with business leaders, scholarship opportunities, travel opportunities and having fun!
Come join this professional group of creative students and learn how to succeed in the business world.
Works on projects in every area of theatre. Students have the opportunity to act; sing; dance; and work on visual, sound and light design. Students also work on publicity and community outreach projects. They have a good time with friendly, supportive students and teachers.
The FFA organization gives students the opportunity for premier leadership, personal growth and career success through agriculture education. Students currently enrolled in Horticulture or Natural Resources classes are strongly encouraged to fully participate in FFA, other students are also welcome to join in FFA activities at Hudson’s Bay.
Flight Crew is a student mentoring program designed to assist freshmen in the transition from middle to high school. Having junior and senior mentors allow freshmen to have someone in the building, aside from adults. Freshman can go to Flight Crew for tutoring, questions, advice, and concerns. Since students often relate to other students, more readily than adults in most cases, this program provides freshmen with extra peer-support from the onset of their high school career.
This student led group’s mission is to work towards a more accepting environment for all people, regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity through education, support, social action, and advocacy.
We believe that schools can be truly safe ONLY when every student is assured of access to an education without fear of harassment or violence.
We work to promote tolerance and acceptance throughout the school community and to provide a safe, non-judgmental space as a support network for Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender, Questioning, and Straight youth who share a common vision of social equality.
Key Club is a high school student-led organization that teaches leadership through serving others. The club is partnered with Kiwanis International. Key Club is an international organization that volunteers in the community to support others. Membership in this club will look shiny on your resume because of Key Club’s international renown and continued commitment to service within its community.
Key Club meets in Room 104, Tuesday mornings, at 7:00 AM.
Knowledge Bowl involves teams of four to six students trying to answer questions in a written round and several oral rounds. No team is eliminated in this event, and every team participates in every round.
Knowledge Bowl is a power competition in which team groupings are rearranged after each round on the basis of their total points accumulated. The written round is a multiple-choice exam taken by each team as a whole. Results of this round are used for seeding teams in the oral rounds.
Oral rounds involves three teams per room and uses an electronic buzzer system. A reader presents the questions, and a team member may buzz in as soon as he or she chooses. If they miss a question, nothing is deducted, but the other teams then may try to answer the question based on who buzzed in first. The winner is the team with the greatest number of points at the end of the meet.
After school on Mondays in Room 308, from 1:30pm to 2:30pm
Contact via Text: 360-904-5450 for more information
National Honor Society
Hudson’s Bay Honor Society is established to recognize outstanding high school students. Along with honor roll, NHS serves to recognize students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of scholarship, service, leadership, and character.
NHS is a place for high achieving students of character to develop servant leadership skills. Through service opportunities in our school and our larger community we celebrate and honor the high achieving students at Bay and build bridges between Hudson’s Bay High School and the surrounding neighborhoods.
Hudson’s Bay NHS has adopted Marshall Park and will continue to beautify the park with quarterly events.
Students are expected to find and complete the required service hours independently with the club providing ideas for service opportunities.
Club meetings will be held every other week on Thursdays at 7:07 am in room 326