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Fall Sports
  • Girl’s JH Volleyball: Head Coaches: Renee Owens/Kelsey Michno (2 teams: Green/Gold)
  • Boy’s JH Soccer: Head Coach: John Simon
  • Assistant: Elena Huffman
Winter Sports
  • Girl’s JH Basketball: Head Coach:TBD
  • Boy’s JH Basketball: Head Coach: TBD
  • Archery B/G: Head Coach: Lindsay Fedke
    • Try-Out Date & Time: Early December (Specific dates TBD)
    • Limit: 24 players
Spring Sports
  • Girl’s JH Soccer: Head Coach: TBD
  • Boy’s & Girl’s Track and Field: Head Coach: TBD
  • Flag Football: Head Coach: Dan Craig
  • Archery B/G: Head Coach: Lindsay Fedke


Junior High National Junior Honor Society
  • Advisor: Megan Vaniger
  • An organization that works with students to develop school and community activities that will develop service, character, and leadership.
STUCO-Student Council
  • Advisors: Renee Owens and
  • Chelsie Cain
  • Goal of STUCO organization is to encourage students to be leaders in their school community by spreading positivity and school spirit throughout Bayless Junior High
Library Club 
  • Advisor: Lindsay Jovanovich
  • Library Club is for students who love to read and want to spend extra time in the library! Club members discuss books, help with the book fair, and do fun makerspace activities.
Gamer Club
  • Advisor: Mrs. Mitchell
  • A safe space for students to enjoy board games, video games and strategy games
  • More information to come soon!




Academic Eligibiity

Participation in school athletics and extracurricular activities (ex. BJH musical/play) is a privilege, not an inherent right. This particular privilege is granted if students meet the academic eligibility standards as set forth by Bayless Junior High School and the citizenship guidelines established by the Bayless School District. According to these guidelines, students who represent their school in activities must be credible citizens both in the school and in the community, and be judged so by the proper school authority. In order to tryout for an extracurricular activity and maintain eligibility for the activity, students must have a C average (2.0 Grade Point Average or higher).