Calvary students have opportunities to participate in membership-based clubs that are organized and led by  students with a CCHS employee serving as the Club Sponsor. Some of the clubs have membership requirements that must be met, and other clubs have open membership to CCHS students.

If the club requires an application, download/fill it out/ etc. and then email it to the appropriate club sponsor (if the club has two or more sponsors, any one will do).

American Sign Language Honor Society

The ASL Honor Society encourages and recognizes high academic achievement in ASL studies. We work to develop relationships to bring others to dynamic life in Christ through service in the deaf community. 
Members of the ASL Honor Society must meet the following criteria:
  • Students must be at least an ASL level 2 student.
  • Students must have at least a 3.5 GPA in ASL coursework.
  • Students must complete service hours within the Deaf community.
An invitation will be emailed out in January to all students who are eligible for American Sign Language Honor Society.

A formal initiation ceremony for new members takes place in February every year.
Sponsor: Mrs. Janessa Jannarone Click HERE to email.

BornFor Club

BornFor was created to be a place for students to educate and encourage others to find what they were BornFor. We believe in doing this by educating our peers and community on the importance of life. 

BornFor goes beyond the “pro life” label to educate and empower people in all walks of life. Our mission is not only to be a voice for the unborn, but to bring purpose to our communities. This club is an opportunity for students to learn and serve the community in life giving ways.  

Club verse: 
“For you created my inmost being; you knit me together in my mother's womb. I praise you because I am fearfully and wonderfully made; your works are wonderful, I know that I am well.” Psalms 139: 13-14
Sponsor: Mr. Brian Eide Click HERE to email.

Engineering Club

The goal of the CCHS Engineering Club is to teach students engineering concepts in a fun way that will broaden their knowledge of engineering and allow them to interact with other students who have a shared interest in engineering. 

The Engineering Club allows students to explore a variety of engineering fields and exposes students to the many different careers available in the fields of engineering through the use of guest speakers.  The Club expands students’ leadership skills by conducting demonstrations, lab activities, and community outreach events. The Engineering Club reinforces the importance of other related classes, such as math and chemistry.  

Sponsor: Mrs. Katie Chappell Click HERE to email.

Fellowship of Christian Athletes

The FCA Club is designed to train students in godliness and use sports as a platform to share their faith, but it is not only for student athletes, but for anyone willing to grow in their relationship with our Lord.

The Fellowship of Christian Athletes is touching millions of heart at a time. Since 1954, FCA has been challenging coaches and athletes on the professional, college, high school, junior high and youth levels to use the powerful platform of sport to reach every coach and every athlete with the transforming power of Jesus Christ. FCA focuses on serving local communities around the globe by engaging, equipping and empowering coaches and athletes to unite, inspire and change the world through the gospel.  

We hope you have given prayer and consideration about joining Calvary's chapter of the FCA. If you want to join, please complete the requested information below. If you have questions about FCA, please contact the club sponsor.

Sponsor: Mr. Luis Hernandez Click HERE to email.

Film Society

Do you enjoy movies, popcorn, and hanging out with friends? Consider joining the Film Society. We host films throughout the year, typically on Friday evenings from 6:30-9:30 P.M. The viewing of each film is followed by a brief discussion about the artistic and entertaining elements of the films as well as the worldviews they portray. Movie choices change from year to year, representing different genres, both classic and contemporary. Popcorn, drinks, and light refreshments are provided. A signed permission form (see below) is required to participate. Anyone who has a signed permission form and has paid their dues may be a part of the Film Society.


Mr. Ron Perkins Click HERE to email.

Calvary Film Society - Permission Form 2020-21

Click HERE to pay club dues.

Fishing Club

Matthew 4:19 “Come, follow me,” Jesus said, “and I will send you out to fish for people.”

The purpose of the Calvary Christian High School Fishing Club is to engage in the art and sport of fishing and to build lifelong relationships in the model of Christ and his Disciples.

Members of the Fishing Club will not only learn and practice new fishing skills, they will also serve the community by learning to be good stewards of the marine environment through learning sustainable recreational fishing practices and participating in events like beach cleanups and habitat restoration.  Club fishing opportunities will extend throughout the year.  


Mr. Paul Matthews Click HERE to email.

International Thespian Society

The International Thespian Society (ITS) is the honor society for secondary school theatre  students. Membership is granted for the performance of meritorious work in theatre arts. High  school Thespian induction eligibility requirements and procedures are detailed below:

  • To become a Thespian, a student must earn 10 points, the equivalent of 100 hours of work.

  1. Previously inducted Junior Thespians automatically begin their high school careers with 5 points.

  2. One point represents approximately 10 hours of excellent work.

  3. Work hours can be earned by work on or in a theatre production - ex: stagehand, costume crew, sound and/or lighting technician, actors, set crew, management team, stage management, and other director approved positions.

  • At the troupe director's discretion, students may earn up to five (5) points toward induction through participation in community, children's, middle school, or professional theatre - Once inducted students may continue to earn points for theatre participation outside of school.

  • Students are expected to relay participation hours to the director with proof of participation by filling out the point record sheet, here.

If you were a previous Junior Thespian please fill out the appropriate application, here. If you were never a Junior Thespian, but would like to be considered for a High School Thespian please fill out the appropriate application, here.

Sponsor: Miss Rebecca Mulder Click HERE to email.

Key Club

The Key Club is an international student-led organization which provides its members with opportunities to provide services, build character and develop leadership. 

Sponsor: Mrs. Cari Gibson

Click HERE to apply.

Mu Alpha Theta Math Honor Society

Calvary Christian High School has a local chapter of the Math Honor Society called Mu Alpha Theta. The main purpose of Mu Alpha Theta is to stimulate a deeper interest in mathematics and an appreciation of its Creator. Students meeting the eligibility requirements may apply for membership into the organizationAn email to eligible new members is sent out in January. The formal induction ceremony is held in the spring. 

  •          Students must be in grades 10 – 12.
  •          Students must have successfully completed at least 2 of the following courses: Algebra I, Geometry, and Algebra II. 
  •          Students must have a minimum of a 3.0 GPA in mathematics. 

Sponsor: Dr. Matt Kellogg Click HERE to email.

National English Honor Society

The National English Honor Society (NEHS) is the only international organization exclusively for high school students and faculty who, in the field of English, merit special note for past and current accomplishments. Calvary Christian high school students are invited to help begin this club by petitioning for our own local chapter, through which individuals may be inducted into Society membership.  Benefits include international recognition, scholarship eligibility, and opportunities for international networking with others who share an enthusiasm for, and accomplishment in, the language arts. 

The NEHS motto, "gelast sceal mid are," is Old English for: "duty goes with honor." The motto represents one of the earliest forms of our language—it affirms and celebrates an obligation to use one's gifts in service to others. Service to peers, school, and community is part and parcel of the NEHS mission—and, indeed, in the grammatical structure of the Old English phrase, "duty" actually precedes "honor."

Calvary students interested in the NEHS will work to establish this club and its influence in our school culture and on our local community. 

Sponsor: Mrs. Christy Dupee Click HERE to email.

National Honor Society

The National Honor Society is a by-invitation organization open to rising juniors and seniors. The NHS recognizes students who display outstanding accomplishments in scholarship, leadership, service, and character throughout the school and their community. All applicants must maintain an unweighted GPA of at least 3.25 and have 25 hours of community service per year of high school logged at the time of application. 
Applications are emailed to all qualifying sophomores and juniors in mid-February. 

Sponsor: Mr. Brandon Ray Click HERE to email.

Odyssey of the Mind

Odyssey of the Mind is an international creative problem-solving program. It challenges students, having them use their talents and knowledge to create a final production. In Odyssey of the Mind, team members will combine creativity, engineering, and the arts and compete with other schools around the state. The students form teams of 5-7, each of which are tasked with a short and long term problem. 
The short-term problem is completed the day of the competition, and tests the team’s creativity and out-of-the-box thinking. The team prepares for the long-term problem for months. Solving this problem needs artistic skills like set-building, costume-making, creating props, acting, and lots of comedy as well as more scientific skills like math, engineering, mechanics and carpentry. Because of the wide range of requirements, a good Odyssey team needs a variety of different talents and personalities to succeed. In Odyssey of the Mind, students have fun while they work as a team to develop their creativity and problem solving abilities.

Sponsor: Mrs.Kelly Trill Click HERE to email.

Rho Kappa

Students eligible for membership must be a junior or senior and have demonstrated excellent academic performance in Social Studies. Students must provide community service toward the school or community and exhibit the attributes of leadership and good citizenship. Students must maintain a 3.5 unweighted GPA in their social studies classes and must have (or be able to earn) at least four credits in Social Studies upon graduation.

An email will go out in January/February to all students who are eligible for Rho Kappa with information on joining. The induction ceremony will take place in March. 

Sponsor: Mr. John Bristol Click HERE to email.

Click HERE to pay club dues.

Science National Honor Society

The mission of the CCHS SNHS is to encourage participation in and recognition of scientific and intellectual thought through a Biblical worldview. Our goal is to advance the students’ knowledge, to communicate with the scientific community, and to aid the civic community with its comprehension of science. Students are encouraged to participate in community service and, in turn, encourage a dedication to the pursuit of scientific knowledge that benefits all mankind. 

An application will go out electronically in January/February to all students who are eligible for Science National Honor Society with instructions on how to join.


Ms. Tori Hale Click HERE to email.

Mr. Brandon Rust Click HERE to email.

Mr. Paul Matthews Click HERE to email.

Spanish Honor Society

The mission of the National Spanish Honor Society is to recognize high achievement in Spanish by students of secondary schools and to promote continuity of interest in Hispanic studies. Calvary Christian High School established our chapter, Calvario, in 2014. In addition to promoting an appreciation for Spanish language and culture, the SHS is also responsible for the Spanish Peer Tutoring Program at Calvary. 

Invitations will be sent out via email in January to all Spanish students who are eligible to join.  You do not need to fill out an application. To join the society, eligible students must use the provided link in the email to pay $15 dues. Paying your dues automatically signs you up for the Society. Induction will be held in February.

Sponsor: Mrs. Lisa Clarke Click HERE to email.

Worldview and Debate Club

The Worldview & Debate club will help students engage in thoughtful discussions over a diversity of unique and relevant topics on culture, economics, ethics, politics, and religion. Through this, students will be challenged to respectfully and intellectually discuss controversial issues from across America and the world. Weekly discussion meetings will be held, which will conclude with a monthly debate. There are neither winners nor losers, only better arguments. 

“He who knows only his own side of the case knows little of that. His reasons may be good… but if he is unable to refute the reasons on the opposite side… he has no ground for preferring either opinion. He must be able to hear them from persons who actually believe them… he must know them in their most plausible and persuasive form.” -John Stuart Mill

Sponsor: Dr. Michael Berhow. Click HERE to email.

Worship Collective Club

The mission of Worship Collective is to disciple and develop students in the art of worshiping Jesus and skills to lead others in the same.  Students will have the opportunity to lead worship at various CCHS and Calvary Church events such as Student Night of Worship, See You At The Pole, Senior Retreats, and more.  This club meets twice a month and is open to all grade levels.  

Sponsor: Pastor Kyle Mullett
 Click HERE to email.

Click HERE for the club application.

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