Clubs and Other Activities

  • Birmingham United ESports Team Update

     

    64 TEAMS.  16 ADVANCE.  1 VICTOR.

     Hello, everyone – as our Birmingham United Legacy ESports Team moves along, we find we are now at 7 wins and 0 losses with 51 points!!!  We have changed out some positions in the team so our subs can have practice, and even with SAT practice classes, finals, work, late night games, and homework with the new tri, the team keeps moving along midseason.  We are a small but mighty team, but keeping humble, as you just never know!!  Thank you to everyone for all the kind words and support!!

     Here’s our stats for Division 3, showing that we are currently first in Division Three:

    Here are the names of the kids:

     Edward (Chaz) Strecker (Seaholm) – Team Captain and AD Carry

    Antonio Narra (Seaholm)– Mid

    Kaijie (Jerry) Zhao (Seaholm) – Support

    Dilan Daniels (Groves) – Top

    Enrique Bruza (Seaholm) – Jungle

    Ryan Stottlemyer (Groves) – Sub 

    Ethan Gilman (Groves) – Jungle

     

     

    r

    Comments (-1)
  •  Robotics Team Photo  

     

    The robotics team is competing at the FIRST Robotics Centerline District tournament this weekend.  We have been working nights and weekends,  started January 5th … and still working on it.  For more information about FIRST Robotics, follow the link: https://www.firstinspires.org/robotics/frc

     

    We also participate the weekend before Spring Break at Troy HS, if you can’t make it to Centerline.

     

    Comments (-1)
  • Seaholm/Groves Snow Club 

    For all skiers, snowboarders or those who want to learn - registration is open for the Seaholm/Groves Snow Club.

     

    We go to Pine Knob by bus on Mondays in December, January and February.  Students can sign-up for the full program of 8 sessions or a half program of 4.  Registration is limited to the first 50 students.

     

    Here are some quick details…

    Comments (-1)
  • National Society of Black Engineers

    Seaholm’s Newest Club is a local, highschool chapter of National Society of Black Engineers. Here is NSBE’s mission statement:“to increase the number of culturally responsible Black Engineers who excel academically, succeed professionally and positively impact the community."

    NSBE is an international organization with thousands of members around the world and the community is more than happy to share their resources with us. Our club will serve students by connecting them with Metro-Detroit area engineers and other collegiate NSBE Chapters. Each meeting will comprise of a visit from a local engineer or STEM professional, and students will have a chance to learn about different careers, ask questions, and develop a relationship with the professionals.

    Our next meeting is Tuesday October 23rd in Mrs. Martin's room (A105) from 3-4. We meet every other Tuesday at the same time and place.

    Comments (-1)