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BLACK STUDENT UNION (BSU)

LAKESIDE BSU MISSION: Established in 2017, The mission of the Black Student Union is to promote a positive and productive representation of the African American community on and off the LAKESIDE High School campus. We promote proactive leadership, scholarship, community outreach, and student empowerment. We embrace our cultural heritage, unity, and the appreciation of diversity.

The BSU's focus is to build awareness, education, and a new level of consciousness about being an African American in today's society. We aim to teach others about diversity  and show that through engaging in activities focused around acceptance and tolerance, we will get a better understanding of others while learning about ourselves.

ALL STUDENTS are welcome to be a part of our mission.

CLUB GOAL: The goal of this club is to provide students with an opportunity to engage in activities and discussions designed to help foster a better understanding of experiences and issues that impact African-American students. This club is open to all students regardless of racial and/or cultural differences. This club welcomes diversity as it provides a table for rich discussion, understanding and acceptance. The club is student governed with faculty supervision and sponsorship.
INTERESTED IN BEING A MEMBER:
Please see Mrs. Adams or Ms. Geason 
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Juniors and Seniors, who are interested in attending an HBCU- Historically Black College or University, join Lakeside High School & the LHS Black Student Union Club in attending the L.A. Black College Expo. Event ticket, transportation, and student transcripts will be provided for students.
Registration deadline is January 26, 2024.
AAPAC MTG
 
MICROSOFT TEAMS  INSTAGRAMTWITTER
FOR MESSAGES AND CLUB REMINDERS- VISIT THE TEAMS PAGE
INSTAGRAM-  @lakesidebsu  https://www.instagram.com/lakesidebsu/
 

Scholarship information for seniors - Laker School District - Elkton –  Pigeon – Bay Port

Have cover sheets and a resume of YOUR high school accomplishments:

1- National Black Grad (NBG) “It Takes A Village” Deadline TBA- SPRING 2024

http://nationalblackgrad.org

2-Boule’ Foundation via uncf.org Deadline- TBA    https://scholarships.uncf.org

AUGUST SCHOLARSHIPS- https://uncf.org/the-latest/scholarships-for-august-at-uncf

3- MTACC Delta Sorority Scholarship Deadline TBA- SPRING 2024 https://mtaacdst.org

4-**Carl Graves Memorial Scholarship Deadline  -TBA- MAY 2024- 

http://www.lake-elsinore.org/city-hall/community-services/scholarship

5- PTA/ PTSA* Have to check each school site for this one PTA Deadline -TBA (RIVERSIDE COUNTY)   [email protected]

5.-Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc Mu Xi Lambda chapter (Males only) Deadline TBA- SPRING 2024   https://tinyurl.com/2p9ycuk4

 

SCHOLARSHIP AND FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION- DEADLINES VARY
 
Andre Stout African American...Donald E Guinn Scholarship...Single Parents
BLACK BUSINESS
BLACK OWNED BUSINESSES- LAKE ELSINORE & SURROUNDING AREAS:
 
CLUB MEETINGS:
EVERY WEDNESDAY @ LUNCH
SEPTEMBER- 
COLLEGE FAIR- LAKE ELSINORE OUTLETS- SEPT. 13TH- 5PM-7PM
 
HBCU COLLEGE FAIR- ELSINORE H.S- SEPT. 18TH- 12:30-3:30 PM (SEE FLYER UNDER EVENTS PHOTOS)
 
UNIVERSITY OF REDLANDS- UNITY DAY BSU SUMMIT- SEPT. 30TH (SEE FLYER UNDER EVENTS)
 
OCTOBER
LEUSD BSU SUMMIT- OCTOBER 17TH- ELSINORE H.S.
 
BIG FUTURE VIRTUAL MEETINGS BY COLLEGE BOARD- SEE INFO UNDER HBCU SECTION
 
ANNUAL WINTER WEAR DRIVE (SEE FLYER)- OCT. 10th- NOV. 10th- PARTNERING WITH LAKELAND VILLAGE & ELSINORE HIGH BSU
 
AAPAC- AFRICAN AMERICAN PARENT ADVISORY COUNCIL-  ACTIVITES & MEETINGS - VISIT AAPAC FACEBOOK PAGE/ SEE FLYER
 
NOVEMBER- 
BSU WILL PARTICIPATE IN ANNUAL CANNED GOOD AND TOILETRY DRIVE -PARTNERING WITH ELSINORE HIGH BSU
 
DECEMBER- 
STUDENTS WILL MAKE CHRISTMAS  ORNAMENTS FOR Jr. BSU STUDENTS IN LEUSD & SM. GIFTS FOR LHS TEACHERS TO SPREAD HOLIDAY CHEER.
STUDENTS WILL ALSO PARTNER WITH FUTURE OF SUCCESS CLUB AND ELSINORE BSU TO PROVIDE TOILETRY ITEMS FOR AREA SHELTERS.
JANUARY-
STUDENTS WILL HONOR THE MEMORY AND CONTRIBUTIONS OF DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING ON CAMPUS & VIRTUALLY ON THE SCHOOL WEBSITE SHARING COMMUNITY ACTIVITIES & PROGRAMS.
-BSU ETHNIC & SOCIAL JUSTICE FORUM  CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERISTY SAN MARCOS
FEBRUARY-
BSU CLUB MEMBERS WILL HONOR BLACK HISTORY MONTH:
  • -DECORATING CAMPUS-WIDE & HAVING VIRTUAL/SOCIAL MEDIA DISPLAYS OF HISTORICAL FACTS & ACHIEVEMENTS OF AFRICAN AMERICANS.
  • -HOST OUR ANNUAL BLACK HISTORY CONTEST WITH STUDENT PARTICIPATION ON CAMPUS & INSTAGRAM, PARTNERING WITH ASB.
  • -PARTICIPATE IN OUR ANNUAL BLACK HISTORY PROGRAM
  •  
- ATTEND BLACK COLLEGE EXPO 2024- CHECK BACK FOR MORE INFORMATION!
  • COLLEGE ACCEPTANCE  & SCHOLARSHIPS ON THE SPOT, COLLEGE APPLICATION FEES WAIVED, AND INFORMATIVE WORKSHOPS, SEMINARS, AND  COLLEGE FASA ASSISTANCE PROVIDED.
  • 1,000.00 CASH & PRIZE GIVEAWAYS
  • CAREER & INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

For Students, College Transfer Students, Educators, Parents, & Guardians

 ALL Students Welcome. ALL Ethnic Backgrounds Welcome.

MARCH-
BSU STUDENTS PARTNER WITH SPANISH HONOR SOCIETY  TO PROVIDE FACULTY & STAFF WITH TREATS
APRIL-   TBD
CLICK THE LINK BELOW FOR HBCU SCHOLARSHIP AND COLLEGE INFORMATION.
 
LINK TO NATIONAL BSU COLLEGIATE ORGANIZATIONS.
BLACK COLLEGE MAGAZINE DIRECTORY
 
 
 
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Click the link below to visit the web page and learn about African experience today and around the world.
 
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