Student Clubs/Activities

Junior Model United Nations
Model UN is a unique, interactive program that brings world affairs alive for students. Through participation in Model UN simulations, students achieve global learning objectives. They are empowered to investigate the world, recognize different perspectives, communicate ideas to diverse audiences, and apply what they learn creatively during research, debate, and conference time. To participate in Model UN, school teams pick countries to represent in simulations of real UN committees. Adult advisors support students in researching and debating a variety of international challenges and their possible solutions.

Beginning and Advanced bands offered on Tuesdays during the day and after-school through Music Alliance.  There are 2 band concerts a year.

KindergARTen Club:
Extra Arts and Crafts for Kindergarten every Monday afternoon until 3:30 PM.  Snack included!

Drama Club:
Open to all 6th – 8th graders interested in participating in the Spring Musical. Rehearsals are from 2:45-3:30 three days a week beginning in January. Last month of practice usually goes until 4:00. The week of the show we rehearse at night from 6-8 on the stage at CCA West. Any student who would like to participate but not be part of the cast may join the stage or art crews.

NewsCrew – Open to students in grades 6-8 who would like to be on the morning announcements. Students gather and report the news of the school. Meets daily in the media center. Students in grade 5 may participate during the 4th quarter.

Creative Cooking Club  Seventh and eighth graders will be taught some creative cooking skills which will hopefully be used both in the present and future. Creative cooking sessions incorporate fun as well as basic recipes with an emphasis on the month’s celebrations These culinary students will take home what they have made as well as the instructions.

Christian Coffee House –  In the spring the seventh and eighth graders will present a Christian inspired coffee house themed performance for their parents. This is an evening for the students to gather together to celebrate and praise God for their gifts.  The students will perform as well as serve their parents with homemade goodies.

Container Gardening – Open to students in grades 3-6. Students will get a jump on spring gardening by learning to start seeds indoors while also exploring garden-based science, art, and literature. We will start meeting in January.

Chess ClubOpen to sixth, seventh and eighth graders.  Oh the strategy!!! Students have learned the game and play chess each Monday after school.  Tournaments will be in December.

CCA Altar ServersWe are so happy with the commitment of our CCA Altar Servers.  These young men and women are giving a wonderful example and service to our church.  We are proud to note that we now have six new servers in grades five, six and eight in addition to our veteran servers.

Crazy 8’s Math Club
Open to students in grades 1-3

Crazy 8s is a recreational after-school math club that helps kids enjoy the math behind their favorite activities! We’re nothing like your usual math club. With Crazy 8s kids will build glow-in-the-dark structures, crack secret spy codes and play games like Toilet Paper Olympics. Students take their math tools from the session home with them so the fun can continue!

Yearbook Club -This club is open for grades 7-8. Students are responsible for gathering photos for the school yearbook and helping with the layout and contents of the book.

Student CouncilStudents in grades 4-8 may be elected into student council by their classmates. These students become student leaders and role models as they plan and implement various activities throughout the year, share concerns of their classmates with the teachers and principal, and represent our school in service projects and activities throughout the community.

The choir meets every Friday to prepare for the following week’s mass.  The Choir also performs at school concerts.