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High School

Every year clubs at CHS change based on the interest of our students, but here’s a peek at some of the clubs our students have recently enjoyed! 
  • Rock Climbing Club 
  • FIRST Tech Challenge Robotics 
  • Scholar Bowl 
  • Speech and Theater 
  • Academic Challenge 
  • KIP (Kingdom Instruments of Praise) - human videos, dramatic or musical interpretation 
  • High School Worship Team 
  • Chess Club 
  • Yearbook 
  • Senior Leadership 
  • String Jam 
  • Art Club 
  • Creative Writing 
  • Foreign Language – students of all grades can learn about different language from sign language to Chinese to learning the cultures that go along with those languages. 
  • International Club 
  • Eagle Ambassadors 
  • Pep Club 
  • National Honor Society 
  • Student Government Organization (SGO) 

Middle School

Every year CMS students have the opportunity to participate in many extra-curricular activities, competitions, and clubs. Clubs at CMS change based on the interest of our students and the availability of staff or parents to support the club. Here’s a peek at the opportunities our students have enjoyed recently:
  • Math Olympics
  • Art Festival
  • Science Fair
  • National Junior Honor Society 
  • Middle School Worship Band
  • Eagle Robotics consists of five competitive robotics teams. Three teams compete in FIRST® LEGO League (FLL) with students in Grades 4 through 7. Two teams compete in FIRST® Tech Challenge (FTC) with students in Grades 8 through 12. The competition season for FLL is August to November and the competition season for FTC is September to January. Teams meet for 2-6 hours per week during the competition season. During the spring semester students are offered specialized training to prepare and develop skills used during competition such as programming and building robots. 

 

     

 

Elementary

Eagle Robotics – Christian Elementary and Christian Middle School partner with FIRST LEGO League to offer an amazing robotics program. Eagle Robotics consists of five competitive robotics teams. Three teams compete in FIRST® LEGO League (FLL) with students in Grades 4 through 7. Two teams compete in FIRST® Tech Challenge (FTC) with students in Grades 8 through 12. The competition season for FLL is August to November and the competition season for FTC is September to January. Teams meet for 2-6 hours per week during the competition season. During the Spring semester students are offered specialized training to prepare and develop skills used during competition such as programming and building robots. 

Spring Training — If you have a student interested in robotics, this is a great opportunity for 3rd-6th graders to try robotics for 6 weeks. First Lego League introduces students to programming and building robots. Students will have a chance to build special projects such as a robotics cobra, a ball shooter, or a Rubik’s Cube solving robot. While having fun with these special projects, students are introduced to FLL so they can decide if they’d like to be on a competitive team in the fall.  

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