Inspired Learning. Masterful Teaching. PreK – 12.

Clubs & Activities

A variety of clubs, sports, theatre, outdoor education, and other extra-curricular activities offers students numerous opportunities to explore a variety of interests, develop talents, practice leadership, and work together toward common goals. 

Elected and Selected Leadership Opportunities

Middle School Student Council is comprised of four at-large officers, as well as a representative for each of the nine Middle School advisory groups. As an advisory representative, council members bring information to their advisory group and collect opinions from the advisory to share with Student Council. The time commitment of advisory representatives includes staying after school to help set up for the two Party With Music events, as well as staying about 30 minutes after the events to help clean up. Those who would like to run for this position must deliver a short speech to their advisory group. Then a vote will occur in the advisory to choose a representative and a backup. 

Kodiak Scholars participate in additional academic challenges.

Kodiak Ambassadors assist the Admission Office with hosting candidates on their visit days. 

Middle School Clubs and Activities

Chess Club
Students of all ability levels, from beginners to those more advanced, are welcomed to join. Club participants will play for fun, but we also prepare our players for tournaments. 

Le Club Français
Join the French Club to speak in French, learn French culture, and make new friends! No prior knowledge needed to join. Simply come an open mind to learn a new language and culture!

This club is for you if you like to challenge your knowledge about all things math, science, history, English, art, music, modern times, historical times, and more! There will be four competitions during the spring. The CSS Middle School team has been Black Forest champions at least five years in a row! Come join the fun! No prior experience is necessary.

Yearbook Club
Members of the Yearbook Club will meet every week to learn photography, graphic design, and journalism skills. They will have the privilege of deciding what Middle School events & topics get coverage, as well as the responsibility of photographing events and gathering quotes for stories to include on the pages. Advanced students will help create pages in collaboration with the upper school yearbook staff and editors. This club will be a great foot-in-the-door for students interested in being yearbook staff or editors in high school.
Clubs and activities, which vary by student interest, may also include:
  • Pep Band
  • Robotics Team
  • Knitting Club
  • Ski Trips
  • Athletics
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