Clubs and Organizations
At Cornerstone Christian Schools, we are excited to have the opportunity to offer our students extracurricular activities that enhance the educational experience.
At Cornerstone Christian Schools, we are excited to offer our students extracurricular activities that enhance the educational experience. We encourage students to explore additional interests through academic, athletic, and fine arts clubs and organizations. These experiences not only enrich their educational journey, but challenge our students to be the best version of themselves they can be.
For more information on joining any of these CCS clubs or organizations, please contact any member of the Elementary or Secondary administration.
Safety Patrol students assist in keeping their fellow Warriors safe around campus during morning drop-off locations.
CCS Student Ambassadors accompany potential students during ‘Warrior for a Day’ appointments and assist in all Admission events. (open to 8th-12 grade students).
CCS students have the opportunity to serve as student council members their Secondary years at CCS. Student council leaders help share their peers ideas, interests and concerns with teachers and school administration.
The International Thespian Society is an honor society for high school and middle school CCS theatre students. It is a division of the Educational Theatre Association.
The Library Student Advisory Board is a group of CCS students and Library staff who work together to provide the diverse CCS student community with the best possible library spaces, services, and collections.
CCS students have the opportunity to be selected for the Junior National Honor Society, National Honor Spanish Society or the National Art Honor Society. NHS serves to recognize those students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of scholarship, service, leadership, and character.
The CCS robotics club is a gathering of students who are interested in learning about and working with robots. At CCS, the Elementary and Secondary robotics clubs typically meet after school, in a classroom, and are moderated by a member of our CCS teaching staff.
CCS’ Missions & Community Outreach Program exposes our students to the issues and problems that face many communities, especially in San Antonio area. This exposure emboldens the heart and we hope that each student’s compassionate efforts produce a sense of empowerment.
Secondary students partner with Elementary students to help become mentors for our young Warriors through activities and developmental exercises. This program helps create caring, empathetic, consistent, and long-lasting relationships.
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