Central Catholic Clubs
- The Associated Student Body is the student government organization whose purpose is to aid the development of leadership, arrange and conduct student-body meetings, administer to the needs of the student body, and plan social activities.
- A national organization, the students compete on three levels studying 10 subjects and competing with each other for placement on the team. The team then competes with other schools for recognition.
- The Art Club promoted Fine Arts on campus.
- Supports the spirit leaders and rally commissioners. It promotes school spirit and participation in crowd response.
- The Book Club promotes recreational reading and students form small groups for monthly book discussions.
- The bowling club sponsors outside of school activities and participates in tournaments.
Christian Athletes Association (CAA)
- This club is open to all students who participate in athletics. The club offers support to all sports and helps with community events.
- The Drama Club provides performance experience for students. They help with the plays and take part in community service through Kids' Works. They view plays at other schools and professionally.
Friday Night Live
- This club serves to encourage students to say "NO" to drinking and drugs. Members provide alternative activities for students.
Honors Societies (BETA, CSF, NHS)
- The purpose of Interact is to provide opportunity for young people to work together in a world of fellowship dedicated to service and international understanding. Our goals are to:
- Recognize and develop constructive leadership and personal integrity
- Encourage and practice thought fullness of and helpfulness to others
- Create an awareness of home and family
- Build respect for the rights of others
- Emphasize acceptance of individual responsibility
- Recognize the dignity and value of all useful occupations as opportunities to serve society
- Provide opportunities for gaining increased knowledge and understanding of community affairs
- Open avenues of personal and group action leading to the advancement of international understanding
Our club at Central Catholic High School is made up of forty five students from the sophomore, junior and senior classes (fifteen students each). We meet twice a month during lunch over the course of a school year and typically have approximately one service project per month ñ ranging from school, community and international causes. Our club is led by a group of officers from the senior class who are elected annually by the club.
- This club promotes cultural awareness and multi-cultural activities on campus.
- A service organization for high school students sponsored by the Kiwanis Club, it seeks to develop initiative, leadership ability, and good citizenship practices.
Raider's Arrow Newspaper
- The Journalism club publishes a monthly, completely student-produced newspaper with articles about sports, books/movies, clubs, school events, and student/faculty achievements. Students from all grade levels submit original articles, interviews, photographs, and artwork. Download Raider's Arrow
- This club exists to promote environmental awareness and sponsors the Science Olympiad team. Activities include hiking, biking and spelunking.
- A service organization sponsored by the Soroptimist International of Modesto, the club's purpose is to be of service to the school and to the community.
Speech & Debate
- This club promotes interest in computer technology. Activities include LAN gaming events, case MOD upgrades and assistance with school events.