Here at Central Catholic High School, we offer a wide variety of diverse co-curricular activites to help create well-rounded students. Below is a listing of some of our clubs, click on the club title to learn more.
The purpose of the Art club is to promote the fine arts on the CCHS campus, to raise funds each year for the Kristi Phippen Memorial Art Scholarship, and to increase cultural awareness and enrichment of the art club members. The art club is composed of students who have an interest in any of the fine arts, although more emphasis is probably placed on visual art. Students need not be taking fine arts classes to be an art club member.
The CCHS Book Club's purpose is to allow its members the chance to choose a piece of literature that they would like to read and discuss as a group in a relaxed environment. Members of the club discuss literature choices at meetings, then decide on which title they will be reading for the month and discussing at our next meeting.
For students interested in making short feature films, sportscasts, public service announcements or films of CCHS events. This is a way to learn about the equipment and techniques of filmmaking and of creating films to be featured on CCTV and our CCHS PLAYON Sports Network.
We are an agricultural science program located in Modesto,CA. Our chapter has 171 active AET student accounts and 2teachers. Our students are developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth and career success through agricultural education.
Moderator: Mr. Jim Pecchenino and Mrs. Tiffany Sheehy
The purpose of Interact is to provide opportunity for young people to work together in a world fellowship dedicated to service and international understanding. To be eligible for membership a person must possess good character and leadership potential and be a Sophomore, Junior, or Senior student at Central Catholic High School between the ages of 14 and 18.
The Journalism club produces the school newspaper, The Raiders' Arrow, throughout the school year with a special Senior Edition at the end of the school year. Students decide on the articles, write and edit them, type set and layout on the computers, take photographs, produce art work and deliver camera ready pages to the printer.
The purpose of the Social Justice club is to reach the needs of the poor and outcast in the society. WE put on the Passion play and have many events such as: Walk for life, Baby Bottle Fundraiser, Can Food Drive, Valentine treats for the elderly and Jeans for Justice.
The student marketing team is a club organized for the purpose of sharing their passion for CCHS and the advantages of attending CCHS. Student marketing team members serve as ambassadors for the school through a number of avenues such as school tours, partner school visits, social media and other events. It provides students the opportunity to promote their school, but to also gain valuable marketing lessons and experience.
The purpose of the Tech club is to increase awareness of the latest developments in the area of technology including career options in a diverse economy. It provides a positive forum in which students can be creative, innovative, and marketable in their prospective area of interests as well as a "user friendly" place for students, faculty, staff, and visitors to learn and use the latest computer technology. It also promotes Central Catholic High School through the effective use of a website and community projects.
Valley Voices is a creative writingclub. The club meets informally to celebrate writing.
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Moderator: Mrs. Susan Dillon
BETA is a national Catholic high school organization. Beta International leads by serving others. Members must have a 3.0 or better GPA, outstanding citizenship, and evidence of leadership and service in the school community. All service is done on campus.
Moderator: Mrs. Susan Dillon
CSF is the California Scholastic Federation. Membership is opened each semester and it is based on grades. Applicants submit an application, a copy of their previous semester’s grades, membership dues ($3.00) and must participate in the service project for each semester. Requirements are determined by the CSF Charter.
National Honor Society
Moderator: Ms. Audra Castello
The National Honor Society is open to all juniors and seniors with a cumulative high school GPA of 3.5 or greater. Students receive an invitation and must participate in a series of meetings as well as the application process. Their applications are reviewed by the faculty council and the students are notified in the spring regarding their membership status. Requirements are determined by the NHS Charter.
Central Catholic High School is a four-year college preparatory high school in the Central Valley of California. Central Catholic blends a strong academic program with a full slate of co-curricular activities, sports and clubs to involve the whole student.