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EC High School Campus offers many clubs and activities for our students. Below, you will find general information regarding these opportunities. For more detailed information, see the contact person for the club or email the staff advisor.
The Math Club is an organization consisting of students interested in improving their problem-solving skills and participating in regional and national Math competitions representing Eastern Christian School. Math club provides opportunities for students to participate in nationally and internationally recognized Math competitions. Math Club students will take on average over two competitions every month and selected members get a chance to compete outside the school.
Math Club provides academic club activity opportunities for students by discussing Math problems and competing in and outside the school. Participating in the Math Club is a great way for students to develop intuitive thinking skills and learn new types of math. Students will apply their previous knowledge from school to fun and challenging problems. Furthermore, they will learn to view math not as a set of rules or guidelines, but as an art and logic. Math is a subject full of creativity and opportunity that many students could enjoy.
Besides the academic benefits, the math club is also a great way to develop teamwork and/or leadership skills.
Interested members can email Mrs. Kim at email@example.com.
This club is directly linked to yearbook / publishing class and is only open to students in this group. Selection of the board is by application, and applicants should have strong leadership skills. Members of this club serve as section editors and as a business manager for the yearbook. For more information, see our Yearbook Faculty Teacher and Sponsor, Leah Genuario. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Class Council members are selected based on applications which are handed out the first week of school, and are due back during the second week of school. Class Council exists to create events that serve both students within Eastern Christian and outside of the school. Any student who desires to be a part of creating community within the school and has a passion for helping others through service events should apply. In senior year, all accepted class council members are also required to help plan and execute select senior events. For more information, see the Head Class Sponsor for each class.
Student Senate helps coordinate whole-school student activities, approve and support class council initiatives, and grow leadership skills in students. We plan the homecoming dance and Culture Week, and we assist in other major events. Students who are interested in having a voice in how the school is run should apply for this club. Admission is by application, and applications are distributed and collected in the spring for the following school year. Interested candidates should have a passion for leadership and a proven track record of responsibility. For more information, See Principal Intlekofer who can be found in his office, or outside the front doors before school. Email email@example.com
Productions at ECHS are STUDENT productions. All actors, musicians, crew (stage, tech, costume, make up, design, construction) members are students. Working together these students create productions that are presented to the ECSA community. The production team will make sure that all students are placed according to their skills and strengths. Our productions have room for actors, singers, dancers, as well as behind-the-scenes talent in stage management, costuming, and set design to name a few. Auditions are held for stage rolls, and applications may be received for other involvement. At least one of our productions each year is no-cut meaning that we will find a way for every interested student to be involved. For more information contact our director, Jane Okma. She can be found in room 305 before school, during SOAR, during lunch. After school she can be found in 305 or in the auditorium. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Chapel Tech works skillfully behind the scenes to support the Worship Team with any audio/visual needs so that God is glorified during Chapel. We strive to be invisible – we know that we are doing our job well if no one notices we are there. Anyone interested needs to be willing to learn and take direction, think under pressure, and be responsible to take good care of the equipment. Applications are accepted in the spring for the following school year. Mrs. Rudd can usually be found in the Media Center. Contact her with questions or to see where you might fit onto the team. Email: email@example.com
This is a nationally recognized society that universities recognize for students with outstanding achievements in 4 specific pillars. The process is fully explained to invited students each September. The best thing for students to do to prepare themselves is to maintain a high GPA, remain in competitive courses and to focus on the 4 pillars. The 4 pillars that the students are inducted based upon are: Character, Academics, Leadership and Service. Students will be invited after a series of requirements are met. They cannot request entrance. For more information, speak to any of our NHS Faculty Sponsors.
Mrs. Melissa Troast, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Timothy Group Leaders are students who mentor a small group of Freshmen for the first 10 weeks of school and help them make the adjustment to high school. TGLs are leaders with integrity, organized, spiritual leaders, & socially comfortable. See Mrs Visser with your questions. She can be found in the College & Career Office after school most days. Email: email@example.com
Transition Mentors meet with new students are help them make the transition to a new school. They discuss Realtime, clubs, sports, rules, etc. and so, they should have a good knowledge about the rules and things happening at EC. See Mrs Visser with your questions. She can be found in the College & Career Office after school most days. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Come to German Club to practice German and learn about German culture with others who love Germany. Members should have an interest in the German language and culture. For more information, see Mrs Lindemulder in room 108. Email: email@example.com
Come to French Club to practice German and learn about German culture with others who love France. Members should have an interest in the French language and culture. For more information, see Mrs Lindemulder in room 108. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Debate Club offers students the opportunity to explore different perspectives of contemporary topics while expressing their own views, listening to others, and discerning what they hear. Topics are chosen before each week, allowing students time to research the topic and inform their personal view. During meetings, students share research and their views and engage in a controlled debate about the topic. There is no application process, but Debate Club is for students who are open, respectful of differences, attentive listeners, and passionate about contemporary issues. For more information see Matt Kuiken, or Faculty Sponsor Ms Van Ryn who can usually be found before and after school in room 304. Email: email@example.com
Students need to have a passion for science and a desire to learn more about the universe. Each week we learn something new about our universe. This consists of watching videos, discussing theories, or even building model rockets. We hope to have a class trip to a planetarium this year. To participate, bring your curiosity about our universe! For more information, see Club Leaders Tyler Onove and Matt Kuiken, Faculty Sponsor Phil Verrengia in the Dean’s office. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Robotics Club participates in FIRST Robotics, a worldwide competitive robotics league. Each year, we build a robot to meet a specific challenge. Each member has a unique role, and meetings are very energetic, with jobs being completed in all sorts of areas. Robotics Club has jobs for students interested in engineering and coding, but also business management, website design, video production, social media, and more! For more info, talk to Faculty Sponsors Mrs K Rudd and Mr Steen. Mr Steen can be found in room 405 after school.
Emails: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
The Art Club members will be working on personal projects, collaborative murals, and competitions. Students will be required to attend all SOAR meetings or bi-monthly lunch meetings for those involved in the music program. One personal art project is required for an art contest of choice. Students are to be involved in a group/community art project as well as participating in an art project committee until the project is completed. Those who apply should be seriously interested in art or serious about getter better at making it. For more information, see Club Leaders Hope Hartman or Juliana Struyk, or Faculty Sponsors Mr Wright or Mrs Aceino. Emails: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Anchored is for all female students desiring a closer relationship with God. It is a place for female students to feel welcome and valued. We explore what it means to be a woman of God in our society today while also building community and relationships. Meetings may include discussion of Scripture, videos, conversations, testimonies, writing, art, etc. Our goal is to learn more about our individual identity as a daughter of Christ and also about how to better love others. Members should be respectful, open to others, and passionate about how to be a godly teenage girl in our school and society. For more information, see Club Leaders Anneliese Kuipers or Juliana Struyk, or Faculty Sponsor Liz Van Ryn in room 304. Email email@example.com
The MC Makers club exists to make our Media Center better and for it to become the place where students want to be. What idea do you have and want to implement to make the MC better – ex. organize a club fair, choose new books, work on the MC website, etc. What we do is up to you! Members should be willing to contribute ideas and time outside of SOAR, and to work with others. For more information, see Faculty Sponsor Mrs R Rudd in the Media Center. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Worship Arts: Chapel Band exists to lead the community in music worship during weekly chapels and at other events, gain training and development of musical and leadership talents God has given them through service to the community, explore and discover their role or vocation in musical worship and the larger Body of Christ, develop a more intimate personal relationship with the Lord through their service and the chapel bands community. Interested students need to be musically gifted and dedicated to serve with a heart of a worship to be a part of the Worship Arts: Chapel Band team. For more information, see Faculty Sponsor Ms Araneda. Email: email@example.com, or firstname.lastname@example.org
The Courtyard Gardens were created through volunteer efforts to provide a beautiful space in the center of the school for contemplation, worship, and growing in an awareness of the Lord’s blessings towards us that we can share with others. We do this through maintaining our flower beds, and by growing vegetables and herbs that are used in classes, in the cafeteria, and donated to local food pantries. Come join us as we use our hands in service to the Lord, to each other and to our community! No particular skills are necessary, though – we’re happy to train! See Ms Bazanowski before school or at lunch in room 503. Email: email@example.com
There are 4 clubs within the International program:
Ambassador Team consists of domestic students who reach out to our international student population. There are 3 levels (each level requiring more commitment). The 1st level is Ambassador Team which enables the student to attend both in-school events and out-of-school field trips with the international students as well as take part in any group discussions held by our EC Visions Team. Ambassador Leadership requires a 1 time per week commitment to attend International Leadership Meeting which meets every Monday during lunch in addition to attending International Program events and field trips. International students can be a part of the International Leadership Team which requires a 2 times per week commitment-every Monday for International Leadership meeting and one other time for their individual team meeting (depending upon which team (i.e., Events, EC Vision, Communication, Technology) team they are in. International Senate meets every other Thursday and is responsible for moderating the international leadership teams and deciding upon the entire program’s vision for the year. It is the highest level of leadership and commitment in the International Program.
The ACS Chemistry club offers students the opportunity to experience chemistry beyond the classroom. Students engage in activities that enhance their understanding of the science, get them involved in the community, and help them better appreciate how chemistry plays a role in our everyday lives. If enough students are interested, we can start preparing for the Chemistry Olympiad. For more information, contact staff sponsor Mr Verrengia in the Deans office, or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Young women both in the U.S. and internationally miss school because they don’t have access to clean and sanitary feminine hygiene products. Are you interested in doing something about this? We’re looking to start a club here and begin working through the Days for Girls organization to fundraise and provide kits. Female students encouraged to join! All you need is a passion for helping others, maturity with sensitive topics, and the initiative to complete tasks. For more information, see faculty sponsor Mrs K Rudd or email her at email@example.com.
Student Advisory Board is a select group of Student Senate members who help create agendas for the Senate meetings and advise the principal on student concerns. This group helps keep the principal informed about how the student body is feeling and plays an active role in providing student voice in making our school a better place. Members will have leadership and speaking skills. For more information, see Principal Intlekofer or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Fencing club is all about introducing this little known sport to a wider audience, and allowing students to get some hands on experience with this fun sport. For more information, see club sponsor Mr Dykstra, or email: email@example.com
Fly Fishing Club is about creating a group of people to share and develop a passion for the outdoors, specifically around fly fishing. It is a great way to get intimate with God’s creation and connect to a tradition that has been around for hundreds of years. We usually spend time practicing casting outside, or, in the event of poor weather, we watch professional films centered around the sport.
Ski / Snowboard Club