Clubs and Orgs

Student Activities, Clubs, and Organizations

Students are encouraged to participate in the many activities, clubs, and organizations available at Bristow Schools.  Activities, clubs, and organizations meet at the request of the sponsor outside of normal school hours. 

Athletics helps our students grow, learn, and enjoy themselves while they use and develop their personal, physical, and intellectual skills.  Athletics instills habits which will lead students to better and healthier lives. 

Interim Athletic Director:  Floyd Robinson/Mike Acord

Activities Coordinator:  Floyd Robinson
Cross Country:  Bobby Lyons
Football:  Brett Jones
Softball: Garrett Hannah
Baseball:  Jake Avery
Boys’ Basketball:  Ray Tankersley
Girls’ Basketball:  Matt Morgan
Wrestling:  Howard Moore
Boys’ Track:  Scott Hall
Girls’ Track:  Scott Hall 
Tennis:  Ray Tankersley
Golf:  Brett Jones
Boys’ Soccer:  Kenny Kinzer
Girls’ Soccer:  Jon Wilhite
Cheerleading: Quila Cole


Academic Teams provide students the opportunity to use their knowledge in curriculum areas to compete in academic bowls and tournaments.


4th-5th: Emily Winter
6th-8th: Darla Speck
9th-12th: Quila Cole


Band, including marching band and jazz band, provides students the opportunities to participate in a variety of school activities, including athletic events.  In addition, the band attends competitions throughout the school year.

Sponsors:  Ryan McCreary & Sheila Davis-Pollard (Flags also)

Business Professionals of America promotes student development, leadership, and career exploration and is generally open to students who are enrolled in a business or computer course.

Sponsor:  Jon Wilhite

Choir students with an interest in singing and performing find a large number of activities to attend while participating in choir.  These include performances at district and state levels, as well as competitions at other schools.  Attendance is a must for all competitions and performances

Sponsors:  Chapman Shields

Drama/Speech/Debate promotes interscholastic debate, oratory, and public speaking.

Sponsor:  Jessica Frizzell

Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America promotes leadership within the community through various volunteer projects.

Sponsor:  Miranda Groom

Fellowship of Christian Athletes presents to athletes and coaches and all whom they influence the challenge and adventure of receiving Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord, serving Him in their relationships and in the fellowship of the church.

Sponsor:  Scott Hall

FFA allows students to learn about modern techniques and economic concerns in agriculture.  Also, the program emphasizes student leadership and personal development.

Sponsors:  Joseph McGovran & Rashele Blakley-Lundy

Interact Club is a youth organization of Rotary Club and provides an opportunity for young people to work together in a world fellowship dedicated to service and international understanding.


Leo Club is a youth organization of Lions Clubs International, which in its own existence seeks to serve people in need with special emphasis and focus on children.

Sponsor:  Tasha Beaty

Math Club provides Collins Elementary students after-school enrichment activities to supplement the math curriculum.


Multicultural Club meets monthly and plans assemblies and events to increase cultural awareness and understanding at Bristow High School.

Sponsor:  Rita Moore


Genders & Sexualities Alliance mission is to bring together and recognize LGBT and straight youth in a positive and non-judgemental environment where they can fully express their individuality and shared experiences.  


Sponsor:  Christian Davis


Cheerleading membership in varsity and freshman cheerleading is based upon spring tryouts.  Summer camp and summer practices are required.


Sponsor:  Quila Cole, Tammie Capps, Kim Gilbert


National Honor Society recognizes outstanding high school students.  Each year, after the first semester, the new members of the Bristow chapter are selected by members of the faculty advisor board (FAB).  Candidates eligible for membership in a chapter must have a minimum grade average of "A" or its equivalent, be recommended by the FAB, and have attended at least one semester of the current school year.  Only students in grades 11 and 12 are eligible for membership, which is  based on a composite ranking on scholarship, service, leadership and character. 


Sponsor:  Kyla Zapata


Student Council is a service-oriented group that strives to help our campus function and prosper.


Sponsor:  Allison Hilburn


Cheerleading membership in varsity and freshman cheerleading is based upon spring tryouts.  Summer camp and summer practices are required.


Sponsor:  Quila Cole


Yearbook takes photos and creates the yearbook for the high school each year. 


Sponsor:  Ashley Jacobs


Hype is a student organization that promostes school spirit and is responsible for homecomings. 


Sponsor:  Tammie Capps