Student Clubs/Organizations

*All clubs need to be chartered or renewed to be eligible for the 2017-2018 school year.  All applications are due September 15th.  Applications are available in the attendance office and need to be submitted to Dr. Eschler.  

*Club Rush is taking place Sept 26th and Sept 27th in the commons during both lunches. Clubs wishing to participate in the event need to reserve a spot with Dr. Eschler by 25th.


Art Club:

Advisor: Amelia Davis




Chargers Can Club:

Advisor: Julie Beane

Chinese Club:

Advisor: Jessie Peng





Advisor: Corinna Gross & Jon Hansen

DECA is an association of marketing students which prepares emerging leaders and entrepreneurs in marketing, finance, hospitality and management.



Drama Club:

Advisor: Phaidra Atkinson

Curricular club with drama classes.





Advisor:  Joel Smith

Each year thousands of students launch promising and rewarding careers through participation in Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA), which promotes business and business-related fields. FBLA bridges the gap between the classroom and the business world by giving students an opportunity to learn first-hand about the business community. FBLA offers a variety of activities that promote leadership development. Whether at the district, state, regional, or national level, participating in FBLA offers members the opportunity to form useful and lasting networks.




Advisor: Charri Jensen

Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America is a national organization that encourages personal growth, prepares students for a career, fosters family and community involvement, and helps students become leaders. As a member, one can receive recognition for individual accomplishments, take responsibility for chapter projects, and be a leader in one's family, school, and community. FCCLA focuses on the multiple roles of family member, wage earner and community leader. Members develop skills for life through character development, creative and critical thinking, interpersonal communication, practical knowledge and career preparation.



Gay Straight Alliance (GSA):

Advisor: Steve Reed


Harry Potter Club:

Advisor: JC Terry

Fun activities based on the Harry Potter novels.



HOSA (Health Occupation Students of America):

Advisor: Lisa Prudden

HOSA is a national student organization, dedicated to attracting, motivating, and preparing qualified students for careers in the health care industry.  Activities are designed to develop personal and social skills, civic, and career success qualities.



Lacrosse (Boys):

Advisor: Tony Cannon

Lacrosse (Girls):

Advisor: Amanda Toler

Latinos in Action:

Advisor: Jaynann Torres

Math Club:

Advisor: Royce Shelley

Mountain Biking Club:

Advisor: Kathy Meyers

National Honor Society (NHS):

Advisor: Amber Rogers  |  website

The CCHS Chapter of the National Honor Society welcomes membership of those students with a 3.67+ GPA. Any junior or senior who meets one of the following requirements may qualify as a candidate and make application for membership in the fall of the student's junior or the beginning of the senior year: (I) students whose class schedule includes at least four academic classes with a cumulative GPA of 3.75, or (2) students with a GPA of 3.67+ with an unusually rigorous class schedule. The activities usually include an opening induction ceremony, service projects, and a spring activity. Members of the society also often offer tutoring services to other students in the school.



Once Upon a Time Club:

Advisor: Michelle Ritter



Advisor: Darrell Jensen

The PTSA is an organization created to involve students in activities that enhance CCHS through student recognition, individual development and service. It is open to all students who are paid members of PTSA (dues $6.00). They meet monthly to sponsor and assist with parent and student forums, student recognition awards, etc. The PTSA Executive Board of officers serve as leaders and advocates amongst the larger student body at CCHS.



Robotics Club:

Advisor: Jill Judkins

Robotics club offers opportunities in technology, innovation, design, and engineering.  CCHS offers a unique opportunity through this STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) blended organization.  Club focus will be to prepare for and compete in the annual regional FIRST Robotics competition each March in Utah.




Shakespeare Club:

Advisor: Mark Oram

Skills USA:

Advisor: Tim McNeill

Helps America to have a skilled work force, and aims to empower its members to become world-class workers, leaders and responsible American citizens.


Super Smash Brothers Club:

Advisor: Matt Barila

 Theatre Club:

Advisor: Phaedra Atkinson

Helps America to have a skilled work force, and aims to empower its members to become world-class workers, leaders and responsible American citizens.