Welcome to one of the largest, student-led clubs on Hamilton High School’s campus! We are glad you stopped by to visit! We invite you to take a look around and get familiar with our members, activities, and goals. You will quickly recognize that our BSU is constantly grooming leadership skills while encouraging academic success for African American students. In fact, everything we do promotes, celebrates, and embraces Black excellence!
In 2018 and 2019, Hamilton’s BSU was awarded “BSU of the Year” by the United Black Student Union of California (UBSUC) during the State Leadership Convention (unfortunately the 2020 convention was canceled). This honor was earned based on our dedication to leadership, student body, and community. Not only do we have dynamic BSU Officers representing our school campus, we also have Hamilton Officers elected into leadership roles at the Southern region and the State Leadership positions.
We hope you enjoy learning more about our club and consider joining us. Although we’re called Black Student Union, our BSU also welcomes students from all races and ethnic backgrounds.
To join the Hamilton BSU click HERE.
Congratulations to Christiana Nimakoa, our Community Service Committee Chair, for receiving the first college acceptance this year! Christiana was accepted to Bethune-Cookman University! Way to go Christiana!!
Attention Seniors!! Also for anyone else who may be interested in attending Cal State L.A. Make sure you attend the Open House scheduled for Friday November 20. The flyer above contains the webinar ID so be sure to log on.
Be sure to visit the Parent page HERE so you can stay up to date with all the information and resources shared by the Parent group.
"Be thankful for what you have; you'll end up having more. If you concentrate on what you don't have, you will never, ever have enough."
On November 20, 1923, inventor and publisher Garrett Augustus Morgan patented the three position traffic signal. The ingenuity of this signal enabled traffic to do something at intersections other than stop and go forward. The General Electric Corporation bought the rights for the traffic signal from Morgan for $40,000. Morgan was one of America’s greatest inventors, also inventing and patented the gas mask.