ASB (Associated Student Body) Leadership at CCHS is a group of Learners who have been elected by their peers to lead the school through numerous activities and calendared events. These leaders plan, prepare, facilitate, and financially manage social programs, Service Projects, pep-rallies, and healthy class competitions.
Clubs at CCHS are learner-based school organizations that have been approved by the Administration. They offer a variety of activities and perform various tasks to gain specific skills within an area that interest them. Current active clubs at CCHS are the Chess Club, Coding Club, and Film Club.
Activities that include the entire student body, and provide opportunity for relationship building are an essential aspect of Crossroads Christian High School. One of the most influential and impacting events that CCHS participates in together each year is Winter Mountain Seminar, which is our annual spiritual retreat up in Big Bear, CA. This retreat is strategically and purposefully planned in order to provide fun and relationship building activities through things such as snowboarding/skiing/tubing; ziplining; rock wall climbing; etc…, as well as include opportunity for spiritual growth through daily worship and experiencing God’s Word through a guest speaker and devotions each morning and evening while on retreat. This is a highlight for CCHS learners each year, and the relational and spiritual impact of WMS is evident upon return as learners strive to live out healthy relationships through their daily walk with God.