Clubs & Organizations

Participation in clubs and activities helps students develop a sense of camaraderie and make friendships based on common interests. We encourage students to get involved and have some fun while they learn new skills.

  • Students working on class activityAnimal Lovers Club: Share ideas and experiences about animals.
  • Art Club: Help enhance the beauty of the school and allow time to explore art exhibits in the community.
  • Baseball Club: Explore America’s favorite pastime and its reflection on our culture.
  • Board Games Club: Enjoy opportunities to engage in age-appropriate, recreational board games.
  • Checkers & Chess Club: Enhance recreational skills in playing checkers and chess.
  • Computer and Technology Club: Students gain exposure to the variety of careers and skills used by persons in computer-related careers. (Open to students having an interest in pursuing a computer-related career.)
  • Craft Club: Students develop creative skills and make projects for their own as well as others’ appreciation.
  • Current Events Club: Discuss and analyze national, state, and local current events in an interesting and relevant way.
  • Dance Club: Where students can demonstrate their spirit and learn a variety of dance routines.
  • Debate Club: Gives students a chance to discuss and argue some of today’s most important issues.
  • Drama Club: Allows students the opportunity to enhance performance and speaking skills and to allow the student body to observe structured dramatic performances.
  • Fellowship of Christian Athletes: Aids in the education, spiritual, emotional, and social growth of any student-athlete.
  • Fitness Club: Explore current trends in fitness and expose the students to the correct nutrition information that can be applied to their lives, hopefully making better and healthier choices.
  • Group of smiling students at an eventForensics: Practice public speaking skills and polish a piece for the county level competition.
  • Garden Club: Be actively involved with school and community landscaping and gardening projects.
  • History Club: Explore local history including Civil War figures, railroad, and local communities.  
  • Investing Club: Become more aware of the stock market by choosing stocks and tracking their progress as well as discussing trends and reasoning behind the market.
  • Lego Club: Students will have the opportunity to design and build with Legos, problem solve, and collaborate with peers to gain knowledge and skills related to engineering and robotics. This club would be a good program for any students interested in Lego Robotics or being on a robotics team in high school.
  • Literary Club: Discover and discuss a variety of literature.
  • Math Club: Learn different and fun strategies related to math.
  • Mind Puzzles: Focus on critical thinking and reasoning skills in a fun setting where students cooperate rather than compete to solve problems.
  • Photography Club: Take pictures of student life at CMS. Pictures may be used in the publication of the yearbook.
  • Students at an eventPOPS: Enjoy community service project opportunities that involve club members and participation for the entire school community. In addition, students gain a better understanding of themselves and others through various team-building exercises.
  • Red Cross: Get involved with community service. Students volunteer their time and efforts to area hospitals, nursing homes, and their families.
  • Science Club: Increase awareness of environmental science.
  • Scrapbooking Club: Take, organize and learn to creatively display photos.  
  • Spanish Club: Experience cultural and social practices related to Spanish-speaking countries. (Open to students who are currently enrolled in a Spanish class.)
  • Spirit Club: Promote school spirit and generate interest in the school’s academic and athletics programs.
  • Whosoevers Club: Enjoy Christian fellowship with other students. Share beliefs and serve others.
  • Yoga: Increase your flexibility, sharpen your focus, and quiet your mind with the Yoga & Mindfulness Club. Never tried yoga? No worries; we’ll start out easy! Know a bit about yoga? Great! We’ll present and encourage variations of poses. Don’t own a yoga mat? No problem; the club has spares! 
  • Yo-Yo Club: Have fun researching the history of the yo-yo and leading demonstrations and instructional activities.
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