CCSC believes that student participation in school-based student extracurricular activities is critical. Extracurricular activity enhances the educational experience of students, strengthens college applications, and builds leadership skills. Selective colleges believe that participation in both school-based extracurricular activities and activities that are not affiliated with school are of great benefit to students. The school makes it easy for interested students (and faculty members!) to start new extracurricular activities that are aligned with their interests.
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This year, student have the opportunity to participate in the following clubs. Please feel free to reach out directly to the staff supervisor if you have any questions or would like to learn more!
- Anime Club (Ms. Grams and Mr. X): Do you love watching anime? Talking about anime? Drawing anime and Manga characters? Making your own graphic novel? Come Join Ms. Grams and Mr. X in our most exciting year yet!
- Black Student Union (Ms. Gabriel): The CCSC Black Student Union (BSU) is a space where members of the CCSC community explore Black history and activism, celebrate Black culture, and advocate for the interests of Black people. BSU welcomes all who are committed to honoring the history of people of African descent and fighting to preserve spaces for Black joy.
- Caribbean-American Culture Club (Ms. Mederos-Dorleans): The mission of the Caribbean American Culture Club (CACC) is to promote Caribbean culture and awareness of Caribbean affairs to CCSC. CACC is active in organizing activities and events aimed at fostering interaction amongst people of Caribbean descent and others interested in Caribbean culture. CACC also engages in identifying, promoting, and creating programs that will contribute to the progress and development of the Caribbean and its Diaspora.
- CCSC Kinda-Newspaper Club (Mr. Friedman and Ms. Debraggio): A social media style newspaper club where students report on various happenings at CCSC.
- Gaming (Mr. Pace): A new club this year for PC and console gamers. Our goal is to compete in both Fortnite and Rocket League tournaments for now, however we recognize everyone is improving and we hope to grow a culture of growth mindset gaming. Discord is needed to participate. (Grades 9-12 only)
- Genders and Sexualities Alliance (Ms. Gabriel and Dr. Francis-Maurer): A student led group, supported by CCSC staff that works to create affinity spaces for queer, transgender, or nonbinary students, as well as spaces for allies to the LGBTQ+ community and advocate for social justice for those in the queer / trans community.
- Girls Who Code (Ms. Huntington): It’s all in the name! Girls Who Code is organized by a sponsoring nonprofit organization that aims to support and increase the number of women in computer science. The organization is working to close the gender gap in technology and change the image of what a programmer looks like and does. CCSC participants learn how to do basic coding and develop their computer science skills.
- Global Leadership and Activism (Mr. Gammariello and Ms. Sergi): Are you passionate about activism, government or politics? Come to GLA where students take part in the Harvard Model Congress workshop! Students will work in local activism as well as global citizen initiatives with our partnership with Knovva academy! (Grades 9-12 only)
- KPOP Club (Ms. Grams): Do you love Korean POP culture? BTS? Watching music video together? Learning KPOP dances? Watching Kdramas? Join us on Tuesdays!
- Morning Sweat Club (Mr. Rudy): This is a morning workout group that uses HIIT to develop strength. Join for a short workout to get your day off to a great start.
- National Honor Society (Ms. Sanabria-Gil): CCSC’s chapter of the nationwide organization for high school students, centered around four criteria: scholarship, leadership, service, and character. NHS members plan and complete service activities around the school and in the larger community.
- Personal Finance (Mr. Friedman): This is a collaborative group for juniors and seniors - primarily those with jobs - to share tips on saving, investing, budgeting and minimizing debt.
- Robotics (Mr. Pace): We plan, design, build and program robots for the FTC competition every year. Students collaborate to present robots for judging, teach others our process, and help grow our younger members. (Grades 9-12 only)
- Science Olympiad (Ms. Brown): Science Olympiad is a team competition in which students compete in events pertaining to various scientific disciplines, including earth science, biology, chemistry, physics, and engineering. If you love science and challenging yourself to learn new things, sign up to join the team! (Grades 9-12 only)
- Skateboard Club (Mr. Isaac): When we are able to meet in person, we are a group that pushes ourselves physically and creatively on our trips to Lynch Family Skatepark, Lincoln Skatepark, or the basketball courts at K. Lo. Virtually we will gather to watch skate videos that feature Boston area skateboarders and professionals where we will discuss anything skateboarding; from naming tricks to skatepark culture and more.
- Social Justice Awareness Club (Ms. Choice): Empowers students to address and educate the community about social justice issues through community outreach, projects, and presentations
- Urban Agriculture (Mr. Hirsch): Want to be a part of the solution? Learn how to grow your own food? Join Urban Ag! This is a great opportunity to be with classmates safely outside, learn about plants, and learn how to grow your own food. Last year we almost always had food from the garden that we were able to take home as well.
- Art Club (TBD)
- Mentoring (TBD)
If there is a club or activity that you do not see offered and that you’d like to see offered by CCSC, please reach out to Mr. Friedman directly (firstname.lastname@example.org).