Welcome to Club TSA! Technology Student Association. Established at BHHS in 2016, students lead hands on independent and group technology related activities. Students prepare for Regional and State STEM related TSA competitions. Perhaps if you win STATE you can advance to Nationals. TSA members serve the greater Tumwater Community by hosting a STEM Camps and STEM Carnivals at local elementary schools. Often we take student on STEM related field trips. We have visited the Microsoft campus in Redmond, the UW CS Program, Seattle's Institute of Technology, and met leaders from the Tacoma Northwest College of Art and Design. Students have traveled to the NIFFTY Film Festival in Seattle and the local TV station for Thurston County Media. The New York Film Academy also offers a Speakers series to TSA members. Students are offered opportunities to check out TECH equipment and may receive advanced training on Industry equipment.
At Black Hills High School, Mrs. Larson is the lead advisor. Mr. Bell and Mr. Cutler support students interests during Club Times and as they problem solve competitions for State events. We have many more teachers jumping on board to offer student project support.
To access our GOOGLE CLASSROOM for CLUB INFO Click HERE. Congrats Kaitlyn Gwinn took home 1st Place in Game Board Design and is heading to NATIONALS this JUNE! YEAH!!
Black Hills High School 2021-2022 TSA Officers President - Kaitlyn Gwinn Vice President - Devin Harris Treasurer - Micah Akin Secretary - Open Historian - Open Social Media - Eshvar Thiag Senior Rep - Jr. Rep - Sophomore Rep - Dharzeenah Aliitaea, Corbin King, Truman Wimsett Freshmen Reps - Jairen "Sho" Antonio
Announcements: October Initial Club Mtg Date: Waiting on Admin For Approval. May need to meet after school for 1st Club/Zoom? Email Mrs. Larson about interest in a Leadership Position. Peek at the National TSA Site Above to Learn About Competitive Events. Choose 2-3 Events you want to start prepping toward. Help build the Calendar of Events for the 2021-2022 School Year w/ Kaitlyn Gwinn, SR/Pres.