Currently we have 31 clubs that give our Rhetoric School students outlets to fellowship, encourage, serve, and lead.
Each club is proposed and led by students with a faculty advisor.

11:11 Club

11:11 Club stands by 1 Corinthians 11:11, which explains that women are not independent of man, nor men of women. This club fosters a friendly environment to discuss biblical gender roles and offers opportunities to apply it through service projects in our community.

Armed Forces Appreciation Club

The purpose of AFA is to educate club members about the US Military and the importance of patriotism. Our second purpose is to give back to our service members. We accomplish our mission by hosting volunteer events, having educational meetings, fundraisers, snack and letter drives, and guest speakers.

Art Club

Art Club encourages students to use their God-given talents to appreciate and create beauty. Our mission is to provide students with an environment of opportunity to explore art outside of art class by participating in various art contests and competitions.

Audio/Video/Lighting Club (AVL)

The AVL club teaches students how to use production equipment. These students will help with events help in our Theater.

Body of Believers Club

We are a club founded upon writing devotionals and spreading Christ’s love through Bible studies and service projects. Our mission is to share the Gospel to the CCS community through weekly devotionals, as well as to help members grow in the way that they incorporate Scripture into their writing.

Business and Finance Club

The goal of this club is to provide members with the knowledge of how to handle money wisely.

Chess Club

This club exists to build a community centered around playing and improving at chess.

Classical Music Club

Our mission is to serve God and others through Classical music by playing together and studying God through the beauty of Classical music. We seek to grow closer through the gift of music.

Community Connections Club

Our mission is to serve the community in our school and locally through community events and encouragement.

Cross Culture Club

“All the ends of the earth will remember and turn to the Lord, and all the families of the nations will bow before him, for dominion belongs to the Lord and he rules over the nations.” Cross Culture Club immerses students in an ethnically diverse environment in order that they might experience various cultures firsthand. Students are offered a glimpse of the world through a different set of eyes and gain a better understanding of different traditions and day-to-day activities in other countries. And perhaps even try some for themselves!

Debate Club

The purpose of debate club is to facilitate a time for students at any debate level to discuss relevant topics, learn about formal debate, and get comfortable voicing their opinions.

Engineering Club

The purpose of the Engineering club is to learn about the different types of engineering through discussion, guest speakers, and hands-on activities.

Fellowship of Christian Athletes

FCA is a club that seeks to encourage and support athletics at CCS in their walk with Christ. Our mission is to bring Christian athletes together by having fun while pursuing a relationship with God. Our vision is to positively impact CCS’s culture through the influence, encouragement, and service of Christian athletes.

Health Careers Club

This club is designed to educate our student body about the healthcare system and connect students with various medical professionals.

Imaginative Writing Club

Students will engage in creative writing and see how God can use these gifts and talents to further His kingdom.

Latin and Classics Club

The overarching purpose of the Latin and Classics Club is to provide classical Christian students an extracurricular forum through which they may further their classical Christian education regarding the Latin language and classical Greco-Roman culture.

Literature Club

Students will read and discuss literature, delving deeper into aspects of the human condition and the struggle for meaning in a broken world. The main focus will be reading together and learning from each other.

Outdoors Club

The Outdoors Club provides learning opportunities in order to restore and reinforce a common appreciation and respect for the wilderness. We aim for all members to be knowledgeable of and experienced in the outdoor environment so that each may wholly enjoy, properly protect, and safely adventure in God’s wild creation. This is achieved through lunchtime lessons, guest speakers, and hands-on outdoor activities.

Outdoor Games Club

The purpose of this club is to enjoy playing games not typically offered through CCS Athletics, while building relationships and seeking to glorify God.

Red Cross Club

The purpose of the Red Cross Club is to help prevent and alleviate human suffering in the face of emergencies by mobilizing the power of student volunteers. The club also aims to assist the Red Cross in their humanitarian mission.

Society of St. Monica

The Society of St. Monica explains to the young women the aspects true of Biblical womanhood as demonstrated through the Holy Scriptures and encourages them to let those characteristics permeate in every aspect of their lives. SSM wants to teach the young women of CCS what being a godly woman looks like by studying God’s word so they can put his will into practice in their daily lives.

Songwriters Club

The club exists to encourage and grow young songwriters and artists in their crafts.

Sports Contracts and Ethics

This club exists to debate sports topics (ex. Why a specific sports team made a good or bad signing? Should college athletes be paid?)

Storytelling Club

The Storytelling Club lets students to come together to spend time interacting with each other while building our own creative thinking abilities. Through the Storytelling Club, we are able to create different characters that we think would be fun and beneficial to play. Using these characters, we can interact with the world that we are presented by the advisor of the sessions. The sessions will all be a part of a bigger story, which allows the students to develop their characters in a way that puts their own storytelling ability into practice, as the students themselves are the ones who introduce, play as, and grow their own characters. These sessions give the students unique challenges that they must solve using critical thinking, logic, and their creative and persuasive abilities (with, of course, some fun to be had along the way), as well as forming a deeper camaraderie between people that might not have much interaction otherwise. Long story short, it’s a club where we tell interactive stories that are inside a bigger story. It’s like making your own game and playing it while it’s being developed or watching a movie while it’s being scripted. It’s a unique experience that’s hard to get anywhere else. And it’s just plain fun.

Theater Club

This club exists to provide Rhetoric School students with a chance to express themselves through the art of drama and to increase their love of creativity, fellowship, and God.

Water Clean-Up Club

This club exists to help the environment with shore clean-ups and oceanic environmental education.

Women in Business

This club exists to introduce girls to the different career options in the business world and to empower them to chase their dreams.

Volleyball Club

This club exists to build community within the student body as we learn the fundamentals of volleyball.

Yarn and Crafts Club

The Yarn and Crafts Club exists to teach Rhetoric School students a new skill, while showing them how they can use that skill to serve others in need.

Young Americans for Freedom

Young Americans for Freedom is a conservative youth activism organization that was founded in 1960.

Youth and Government Club

As Christian students, it is very important to understand and be involved in the government and politics. The YMCA Youth and Government Program is a fantastic way to introduce our students to this important arena. Youth and Government is a nationwide civic program that prepares high school students for moral and political leadership. In the club, students will:
    • Gain a knowledge of government structures, democratic process, and how to create public policy
    • Develop confidence and critical thinking skills through leadership development
    • Expand awareness of societal issues, career & networking opportunities
    • Enhance communication skills through opportunity for debate, public speaking, and writing.