Throughout the school year, clubs meet monthly.  While we have various clubs, several of the clubs focus primarily on fostering the Christian development of our students.

List of 6 items.

  • Clubs

    Clubs are special interest groups that allow our students to pursue hobbies and interests beyond the curriculum of study.  Clubs meets approximately once a month.  Here are a list of a few of our spiritual development clubs:
     
    • Ecuador Jungle Kids Club:  Designed to support the ministry of Jungle Kids for Christ and prepare our students for possible mission opportunities to Ecuador
    • Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA): Provides athletes opportunities to hear and share Christian messages within the realm of High School athletics.
    • Bridge Builders:  A city-wide organization designed to build relationships among students across socioeconomic and cultural lines.
    • Key Club:  Sponsored by Kiwanis International, Key Club provides students with the opportunity to serve the local community and world.
  • House Groups

    This year, the High School is implementing House Groups.  These are faculty-led groups consisting of students from each grade for the purpose of fostering community.  In these House Groups, our hope is that our student becomes more unified in Christ and with one another.  These groups will meet in a variety of contexts throughout the year. 
  • M29

    M29 is designed for High School students to learn Spiritual Leadership and what it looks like to live out their faith in High School.
  • Retreats

    Fall Retreats are designed to give our students opportunities (early in the school year) to meet new friends, to fellowship together with each other and with their teachers, to set goals, and to worship both individually and collectively. 
  • RUSH Week

    RUSH Week (R U Seeking Him?) is a week the Middle School and High School commit to focusing on their relationship with the Lord. 
     
  • Senior Buddies

    Senior Buddies is a yearlong partnership between High School seniors and senior kindergarten students.  These students will build relationships with one another through a variety of activities.