Student Clubs

1. STUCO

STUCO (Student Council) is a student-­led leadership group with faculty oversight. STUCO plans social activities including School Day Out in the fall, and high school socials throughout the year. Recent socials have included roller skating, bowling, and a glow­social with black lights in the gym. STUCO also holds a blood drive in the spring to earn money for school improvements that benefit students directly.

STUCO works to encourage student participation and attendance at school activities such as sporting events through activities such as tailgate parties, free giveaways, and halftime activities. They also organize OPCO (Operation Connection).

2. COMPASSION CLUB

Compassion Club is a student organization that seeks to encourage Central Christian School students and faculty to serve in our community and beyond. Compassion Club meets weekly with a faculty advisor, and sponsors several projects each semester.

Past projects have included volunteering at MCC Connections, ringing the bell for the Salvation Army at Christmas time, and Operation Christmas Child shoeboxes.

3. CAMPUS MINISTRIES

Campus Ministries assists with the spiritual leadership of the school. CM members help in planning chapels and special emphasis days such as God at Work Week and Spring Retreat. The Campus Ministries Club meets weekly to share, pray and plan.

4. OPERATION CONNECTION

Operation Connection (OP­CO) is a mentoring program that pairs 7th and 8th grade students with students in high school. STUCO creates the mentor pairs and provides a monthly activity during the school day. Past activities have included ping pong, table games, corn hole, hair braiding, faculty hunt, balloon pop fest and a pancake breakfast.

5. SNOW CLUB

Snow Club is a great way to enjoy nature, learn a new skill, and make new friends. Snow Club meets on Monday nights during the months of January, February and March for a total of eight sessions when the weather cooperates.

Students ski or snowboard at Brandywine Ski Resort, located in the Cuyahoga National Park. Participating students receive a Snow Club Pass good for four visits at $10 per visit. 

6. ARCHERY CLUB

Archery Club meets before school to practice the individual sport of archery. This club promotes self discipline and gives students the opportunity to compete on an individual level. Archery Club participants compete in a state-wide archery competition in Columbus, Ohio.

7. ART CLUB

Art Club meets after school to explore and create different types of art from photography to drawing and sculpting. 

8. CENTRAL WITHOUT BORDERS

This club is designed to celebrate the diverse cultures present at CCS. The organization evolved with the goal of intentional relationship-building between different countries. Once a month, domestic students partner with international students and engage in activities to help them get to know each other better. 

Activities have included roller skating, a hockey game, Hibachi Steakhouse, and a Cleveland Cavaliers game. 

9. POETRY CLUB

Poetry Club meets weekly at lunch to read and discuss poetry. Students write their own poetry and share with the group as well. This club is led by Jen Kindbom, high school English teacher and published author of two poetry books;  A Note on the Door and Cadabra: Poems.

10. ROBOTICS CLUB

This newly formed club gives middle and high school students the opportunity to learn more about computer programming and experiment with their idaes while expanding their knowledge of engineering and construction. The Robotics Club meets weekly with Middle School Science Teacher, Elaine Miller.