Clarksville Christian School is proud to offer several opportunities for our students to be involved in various clubs and activities.

Student Government Association
Elizabeth Bruce, Amanda Binkley, and Angela Taflinger, Sponsors

Student Government Association is the voice of the upper school student body. SGA speaks for the upper school students, plans fun activities to raise school spirit among the students, and tends to the upper school’s needs and wants.

National Honors Society
Donna Latham and Penny Atwell, Sponsors

The National Honor Society (NHS) is the nation’s premier organization established to recognize outstanding high school students. More than just an honor roll, NHS serves to honor those students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of scholarship, leadership, service, and character. These characteristics have been associated with membership in the organization since its beginning in 1921.

Yearbook Club
Elizabeth Bruce, Sponsor

The yearbook club is responsible for organizing and preparing the school yearbook each year. At yearbook club, you learn creativity, teamwork, and responsibility. It is a way to make great friends while taking photos, planning layouts, and writing comments about the different events and organizations that CCS is a part of throughout the school year.

Craft Club
Donna Latham, Sponsor

The Craft Club’s focus is to preserve memories while fostering friendship and fellowship. Students learn to design scrapbook pages that are visually appealing and use journaling to keep the memory fresh forever.  Other types of crafters are also welcomed in this club.  We have those who enjoy sewing, photography, costuming, SMASHbooking and planner decoration.  The club meets during school on designated days and at other times after school or over holidays.

Man Cave
Andy Cameron and Chad Taflinger, Sponsors

In the MAN CAVE club, young men learn about difficulties facing boys/men, struggles and temptations of manhood, and what God has to say about being a young MAN of GOD.  They look at temptations faced by all men as well as how the media tries to portray our young men.  The hope is that the young men in this group will grow up together, strengthen each other, grow in Christ, and hold each other accountable. The scripture reference for the group is Proverbs 27:17:   “As iron sharpens iron, so one man sharpens another.”   Each club day will begin with a game, team builder, or competition.   These activities will be followed with a devotional.

Barnabas Club
Stephanie Travis, Sponsor

Barnabas was the “son of encouragement.”  We all like to receive encouragement and I want us to learn how to GIVE encouragement!  This club will be a mix of encouraging lessons that will fill our sails as well as a time to find ways to give encouragement to those who may be needing it the most!  There may be homework involved, occasionally, so join me if you are ready to learn, grow, and share the gift of encouragement!

Chess Club
Millie Toombs, Sponsor

The chess club is a board game club which members either learn how to play chess or they learn to improve the skills they already possess.  Come join them for a fun time!

Proverbs 31 Girls
Angela Taflinger, Sponsor

Proberbs 31 is a club where we dig a little deeper, get a little uncomfortable, and talk about the good, the bad, and the ugly.  We spend most of our time discussing the struggles that we face of trying to be a Godly woman.  This year we will go on a few more field trips to help serve other women within our community and working towards improving our own self image through crafts and other hands on activities.  

Ping Pong
Robbie Santiago, Sponsor

 This is a club to learn how to play and score ping pong, to develop good sportsmanship and appropriate competition. It is designed to be a fun club that can be a way to de-stress and have a fun social interaction period for students. Each club day, the club will play ping pong matches, usually to the best of 11. Once per semester, the club is planning to sponsor a school-wide tournament.

Video Production
Matthew Johnson, Sponsor

In Video Production, students will learn how to storyboard, shoot, and edit video.  The goal is to produce videos for various activities at school once the basic concepts of video production are acquired.  Students need to have either an HD video camera that can be connected to a computer via USB, or an HD video camera on his/her phone or iPad to participate in the club.

Scientific Research
Megan Pitts, Sponsor

Description coming soon.