CFS provides many opportunities for students to pursue their interests. We have the groups: National Honor Society, Yearbook and Student Council. We also have elective clubs on Thursday for High School. Some club examples would be: Self Defense, Archery, Bob Ross Painting, Insta Pot Recipe, Kahoot Challenge, CFTV, CAD 3D Printing and Chess.

Student Council

The Voice Of Your Student Body

The National Association of Student Council is about:

  • Leadership—Supporting the development of student and adviser leadership skills and knowledge
  • Service—Helping build a climate of caring and tolerance through volunteerism and service to others
  • Student Voice—Promoting student council as the voice of the student body and giving every student an opportunity to be heard
  • Engagement—Encouraging students to become involved in school and community leadership and decision making

The CFS Student Council

CFS Student Council is a student-based organization designed to help promote school spirit and leadership among students. Students participating in all levels of the Council will maintain a high standard of personal conduct. Council members will demonstrate leadership qualities by serving as good examples of behavior through their words and actions. All Council members will be expected to participate in approved activities, which will serve to enhance the quality of both the physical and behavior environment of the school.

Why do we have a student council?

  • To develop positive attitudes and to practice good citizenship.
  • To promote harmonious relations throughout the entire school.
  • To improve student/faculty relationships.
  • To improve school morale and general welfare.
  • To provide a forum for student expression.
  • To plan special events or projects.

Benefits of being involved in student council include: opportunity to improve leadership skills, gain experience in public speaking, and learn how to make a positive impact on school and community environment.

Objectives of the student council are to:

  • Maintain open communication between students and school staff.
  • Train students in the duties and responsibilities of good citizenship.
  • Students must be very responsible people who are willing to work hard.
  • As student council members you will be called to serve other students by representing their issues.
  • The council does not have the power to change policies, only to voice student opinion.
  • Student council will be involved in community minded projects. School beautification, pep rallies and dances are among some of the projects.

National Honor Society

The National Honor Society (NHS®) was founded in 1921 by the National Association of Secondary School Principals and has had as its values:

  • an enthusiasm for scholarship
  • a desire to render service
  • worthy leadership
  • the development of character

Each year the Christian Fellowship Chapter of the National Honor Society inducts students who demonstrate these values through scholarship, service, leadership and character. Each member of the chapter is responsible for maintaining in their lives the values of the society and are thus required to maintain a specific GPA, to perform a required number of service hours, to lead in both the school and community, and to maintain the highest quality of character. The members of the chapter meet together regularly to plan activities that will promote the values of the Society within our school and our community.


Yearbook is the one class in which your project will always be around. It doesn’t go into the trash at the end of the semester; it goes home with every student in the school. It lasts. However, yearbook requires work, dedication, and creativity. Creating the yearbook requires taking photos, learning photo techniques, and getting the best product that we can: the clearest picture, the most creative settings and poses, and so on. It requires creating layouts for pages, and it requires creating a theme for the book and planning it out. It requires time in and out of class.

In addition to these requirements, it requires editing. Whether it is pictures or text, we must edit and make sure that there is no content which is incorrect or embarrassing. Each page must go through a series of reviews by other students and the teacher in order to make sure that they are error free and free of pictures that are not flattering or well-composed. Since this is a project that lasts (and lasts), every aspect must be well-done, and that is a huge responsibility.