Model United Nations
The CCHS Model United Nations trains throughout the school year in learning about the different issues that are discussed and debated in the United Nations. They develop debate skills, taking different perspectives, how to become more persuasive, and about the different cultures and countries that make up the world.
The group travels to the conference each year, representing a nation other than their own. The teaching team also plans time for students also experiences college life and a little of the "living abroad" experience.
National Honors Society
NHS members are nominated and elected by the faculty based on scholarship, service, leadership, character, and citizenship. Once elected, members must continue to demonstrate these characteristics that make them role-models for all members of the school community, and participate in service projects.
Leadership is central to the CCHS experience. This club studies the traits and skills to become a better leader in the present and in the future. They work to inspire other students to contribute positively to their community. The leadership team meets and interviews leaders as case studies for their own learning, and also develop projects in which to practice and demonstrate leadership. Some projects they have worked on are: the Spirit Wall, the Halloween Frolic, the CCHS Lock-In, amongst others.
The Student Council represents the student body, and begins initiatives to improve the school experience for all students. Members are elected from all grades at the beginning of the school year. These members are the voice of each grade, and work towards taking actions and advocating for students.