Clubs & Activities

Kohl has some great clubs and activities designed to enhance students' learning and exposure to new ideas. Learn more about the clubs below.


  • Unicycle
    • Grades 3-5
  • Volleyball
    • Grades 4-5
  • Presidential Youth Fitness Testing
    • Grades 4-5

Theater Club

Kohl Elementary Drama Club is a process-oriented after-school drama club in which 5th grade students rehearse and perform a scripted play. Students in Drama Club learn the basics of stagecraft, self discipline and the importance of hard work, creativity and imaginative play, listening and observation skills, and self confidence. Our students enjoy the rewards that come with working together to achieve a common goal.

Chess Club

Chess club is a K-5 after school activity designed to give kids an opportunity to learn the game of chess, improve their chess skills, and to enjoy competition against their peers.   While students will have the chance to measure their progress through wins and losses against their peers, our main focus will be on encouraging good sportsmanship and on having fun.

Art Club

Join elementary art teacher and expert art club leader, Mr. Posey, as he shares his secrets for making art. Mr. Posey will build your child's self-esteem, lead students through exciting collaborative projects, and take their art to the next level.

Math Olympiads Club

Students at Kohl explore mathematical concepts while developing flexibility in solving non-routine problems with multiple solution paths. Our problems will prepare your students to exceed the rigors of your core curriculum by developing higher-order problem solving skills.
2 middle school girls smiling by locker

Choir Club

Kohl Elementary Choir Club will provide students with the opportunity to sing and perform for school and community events. Choir teaches the students how to sing correctly and the etiquette that comes with performing in front of a live audience.

2 middle school girls smiling by locker

Student Council

Student Council is an organization conducted by students and supervised by adults.  The purpose of the student council is to give students an opportunity to develop leadership by organizing and carrying out school activities and service projects.  In addition to planning events that contribute to school spirit and community welfare, the student council is the voice of the student body.  They help share student ideas, interests and concerns with the school wide community.

Lifelong Learning Programs

BVSD Lifelong Learning offers a way for kids to expand their knowledge without having to worry about grades or homework. After the school bell rings or during the summer, students can switch gears from core curriculum to their choice of creative, active and/or brain building options. Igniting a spark outside of the classroom can improve children’s attitude toward school and boost their self-confidence. Best of all, Lifelong Learning reinvests 100% of its profits back into BVSD.