Armed Forces Appreciation Club
The Armed Forces Appreciation Club is a US military appreciation club that works to instill a respect for veterans of our country and to remember their sacrifices made for our freedom. AFA provides its members with information about the military within the five armed services and how they work together to keep us safe. This club regularly hosts guest speakers who will tell of their experiences in the military. AFA also assists veterans and service members throughout the community and overseas through volunteering events and projects to give back to those who have given so much for us. This club has partnered with many veteran support organizations, including Military Missions in Action, the Wounded Warrior Regiment of Camp Lejeune, Disabled American Veterans, and the American Legion.
Fellowship of Christian Athletes
FCA is a club that seeks to bring together the common attributes of athletes and the Christian faith. The group starts off the meetings with sports reports and then has devotional. Guest speakers come in to speak a few times each quarter. FCA meets every other Tuesday during lunch.
Habitat for Humanity
Habitat is dedicated to providing affordable housing for those in need. As a chapter, the students aim to accomplish the four functions mandated by Habitat International: Fundraising, Advocating, Building, and Educating. Our chapter seeks to fulfill this mission and bless our community through service. This is a student-led organization with primary members being CCS students; however, administrators, faculty, and parents are encouraged to join students on-site on build days.
The InterAct Club is a student-led high school group devoted to serving the community around Cary Christian School and beyond, in order to put service above self for the sake of outreach. For several years, the InterAct Club has served in the surrounding area and presented students with opportunities to act as servants of Christ’s kingdom and also to act as leaders in various events and positions throughout the year. InterAct Club meets every other Monday morning.
Students will have the opportunity to learn the basics of RC construction and flying. In January we will compete again in the FIRST FTC robotics tournament. The club is also intended to be a resource for electronics solutions to other programs at CCS. The club meets on Fridays from 3:45-5:45PM in the Science Lab. There is a $50 fee per semester.
Society of St. George
The Society of St. George is a club dedicated to developing true leadership based on Biblical standards and a gathering of men to live by and model the Knight’s Code. In essence, it guides male students on the path to becoming the real men that God desires. The Knight’s Code emphasizes the following traits: Integrity, Faithfulness, Helpfulness, Graciousness, Courtesy, Kindness, Respect for Authority, Responsible Stewardship, Joy, Bravery, Cleanliness, and Piety. Meetings focus on these traits using small group discussion and speakers, including members of the club, CCS staff, and others. The SSG meets every other Wednesday during lunch.
Society of St. Monica
The Society of St. Monica explains aspects of true Biblical womanhood as demonstrated through the Holy Scriptures to young ladies at Cary Christian, encouraging these women to let those characteristics permeate every aspect of their lives. The SSM meets every other Wednesday during lunch.