Student government is comprised of five officers (chaplain, president, vice president, secretary, and treasurer) and one representative from each of the junior and senior high classes. The chaplain, president and vice-president must come from the junior/senior class. All student activities and fund-raisers are coordinated through student government with the approval of the administrator.
At CHCS, athletics are designed to play a vital role in the development of one’s physical body, moral character, and spiritual nature. Because we are a Christian school, it is expected that our students will demonstrate a higher standard in behavior, dress, competition and attitude. As Christians, we are constantly on display. People want to see if there is anything different in the way we act and in the way we play. We belong to Jesus Christ; thus, we are commanded to be His ambassadors and to do all things in His name, decently and in order. We are to do all things as unto the Lord.
The same principle applies to our “fans in the stands” as well. They are being watched, also. Again, people want to see how the fans will react to officiating or poor sportsmanship by a player on our team or the other team. We must guard against anything that would bring disparagement upon the name of Christ. Our adversary would do anything to cause the name of Christ to be brought under criticism. We desire to show forth Christ to the community through our attitudes and our actions.
Band and vocal music are academic classes as well as extracurricular activities. The extracurricular aspect of these classes include the two evening concerts that are performed and any other special performances which may be arranged.
The students at CHCS may publish a school annual. Advertisements will pay for most of the cost but a charge per yearbook will be made.