In seeking to meet the needs and interests of all students, a wide variety of clubs are available. At the high school level, some might be considered co-curricular, such as Choir, Band, and Drama. Beyond that, clubs exist based upon student demand, and therefore the exact offerings each year might vary. Recently, Student Council, the Praise Team, and the National Honor Society/California Scholarship Federation have been joined by Art Club, Big Sister/Little Sister, Chess Club, Cultural Diversity Club, Engineering Club, Film Club, Key Club, and Ping Pong Club. If you have an interest that isn’t covered by one of these, get a group together, find a faculty sponsor, and present your idea to the administration. Chances are a new club will be the result.
Middle School Clubs
Our Speech Team competes in a school-wide competition and the winners advance to ACSI Speech Meet and compete against other Christian schools.
Our Math Team competes in several local competitions with Christian and public schools.
Learn more about our Middle School Academic Teams.
Elementary School Clubs
All students are invited to participate in a before-school weekly prayer club.
Students in grades 4, 5, 6, can apply to participate in the STEM Club.
Sixth grade students serve in various jobs on campus.
100 Mile Club:
Students in grades 1st through 6th take on the goal of running 100 miles during the school year. Learn more about 100 Mile Club.
Current High School Clubs
National Honor Society/California Scholarship Federation
Big Sister/Little Sister
Cultural Diversity Club
Ping Pong Club