Clubs and Organizations

The National Honor Society is made up of students in grades 10–­­12 who meet the requirements for membership based on the four pillars of NHS: Scholarship, Service, Leadership, and Character. NHS members offer peer tutoring throughout the year in all subject areas.

The CA Quiz bowl team competes head-to-head to answer questions from all areas of knowledge, including history, literature, science, fine arts, current events, popular culture, sports, and more. They meet weekly to prepare for competitions in Jackson and Oxford against schools from all over the state.

The Yearbook staff exists to create and publish a 176 page book using online software. It is a class in a junior and senior student’s regular school-day schedule. Skills presented are photography, design, writing, interviews, and running a business on a budget.

Student Government is made up of class officers from grades 9-12 run by a team of student-body officers. Members serve as liaisons between their class and school administration. The group is also responsible for putting on homecoming week.

Show Choir members are students in grades 5-12. They meet weekly before school to practice songs with choreographed moves performing in 2-3 productions a year.

CA athletes meet monthly before school for doughnuts and Bible study with guest speakers or student leaders. Throughout the year, FCA members encourage each other and other athletes to live biblically, work hard, and be kind to others.

During baseball season, the Diamond Girls support the baseball team with game-day treat bags, share in concession stand duties, and attend games to cheer on their Panthers. This is open to girls in grades 10-12.

For grades 7-12, small groups – divided by grade and gender – meet every other chapel Wednesday for a time of bible study specific to students’ everyday life and decisions they are facing. Teachers lead these groups while building strong relationships with their students.