The purpose of the Parents' Club is to stimulate and maintain interest in BGA and to provide support for the advancement of the total school, its parents, faculty and students. All parents of current BGA students are members of the Parents' Club. The parents assist in one major fund raising effort, the Fall Magazine Sale. Throughout the rest of the year they support faculty and students in other endeavors for the advancement of the school.
The Parents' Club Board will be represented by the following:
Lower School Co-Vice Presidents
Middle School Co-Vice Presidents
Upper School Co-Vice Presidents
The goal of the Arts Council is to provide support for the Arts through the furthering of Battle Ground Academy's goal to nurture creativity, self expression, and the capacity for critical thought through a program of arts education and arts-related extracurricular activities. To fulfill this mission, the opinions and suggestions of the entire BGA community are needed. Click here
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To provide the best possible Arts program, we need your help. If you are willing to volunteer, just complete our online volunteer sign-up form. You may also take it to any school office.
The Arts Council Board will be represented by the following:
US Artist Guild Events
US Recognition Event/Picnic
US Speech and Debate
Lower School Representation
Grandparents' and Special Friends Day
The BGA Wildcat Club is BGA's athletic booster club for all sports teams. The Club's purpose is to recognize the participation and achievements of athletes through hospitality and sports banquets and to support BGA and its athletes as well as the coaches. Services include staffing the concessions stands during football, basketball, baseball, softball and soccer seasons, hosting Tournaments, and honoring athletes in the fall, winter and spring. There are several opportunities for involvement within the Wildcat Club.
The Wildcat Club Board will be represented by the following:
Project Graduation is a group organized by senior parents, with the assistance of the senior class. Project Graduation is an all-night, chemical-free party for seniors held on graduation night. Games, activities and door prizes are a part of this final event for the graduating class. It is held at many high schools across the country, having started in the 50’s as a way to help protect high school graduates and keep them off the roads on one of the most deadliests nights for teenagers. The students may participate in various fund-raising and service hour activities to acquire "play money" to use the night of the games and auction. Events include fundraising activities beginning their freshman year with t-shirt/hoodie sales and a spring plant sale, their sophomore year with a fish fry, their junior year with a wreath sale and culmination their senior year with a "Mack Hatcher Mob" t-shirt sale. They also hold a chili-cookoff their senior year.
Director of Annual Giving/Parent Relations
Year Appointed: 1997
Radford University - BS