(Mr. Yelenic)- The Shadow Program is designed for prospective students to experience a day as a CCHS student while deciding which high school best meets their needs. The Admissions Office will “pair” prospective students with current CCHS students for a day. The goal is to pair students with similar academic and extracurricular interests in an attempt to allow the “Shadow” to experience a schedule and activities that they may have as a CCHS student. The program is designed to help a student decide if they want to be KNIGHTED. This club especially encourages freshmen to join!
(Mrs. Kuhns, Mr. Jones) Mission: “Defend Life & Save the Babies”
We are a “Respect Life Club”. We are about teens protecting and defending life from conception until natural death. We will hold regular meetings and educate ourselves on life issues and we will become visibly involved in raising awareness of life issues for others.
The club attends the March For Life Rally in Washington DC in January.
Do presentations for classroom to raise awareness and to deepen understanding of life issues in our school.
Attend “pro-life” day at the Legislature in Charleston (if not in conflict with school activities).
Learn about the government and election process so that our voices may be heard state wide and nationally.
(Mr. Lee) The Chinese Club of Central Catholic High School aims to promote awareness of and participation in the Chinese Mandarin language, as well as cultural, social, and philanthropic activities on and off campus. The Chinese Club is open to all CCHS students, and we are willing to reach out and involve other students, student clubs, and students’ families in all events and activities. The events and activities contain basic conversation exercises, the use of chopsticks to eat egg rolls, traditional crafts making, celebrations of Chinese New Year and festivals, videos, audios, and games entertainments, fundraisings for the trip to Chinese language country, the beauty of Chinese characters and calligraphy writing, tea culture, table manners, authentic Chinese cuisine making, and so forth. So, club members are going to have a wide variety of fun and an educational program.
(Mr. Pooley ) If you like to express your innermost thoughts, or you want to be the next J.K. Rowling, creative writing club is for you. Learn techniques that will help you to express what you really think. If you’re interested, listen to announcements for our first meeting. We usually meet on Fridays.
(Mr. Henderson ) Lights! Camera! Action! Allow the inner star in you to take to the stage in the drama club. Students exhibit leadership as they take on significant roles in this group! Knights on Broadway, a student led production in the fall, showcases the talents of each member for an appreciative audience who enjoy Broadway renditions of Music Theater. Members also participate in our school productions as the perfect their dramatic skills throughout the year!