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Clubs

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All 9th and 10th graders are required to join an extracurricular club at the beginning of the school year. Clubs may meet before or after school in addition to meeting during R-Time on Fridays.


EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES- *clubs are subject to change for 2017-2018 school year.


Beta Club – Must be Inducted
Advisor: Mrs. Shields

Beta Club is a service organization for students who have a minimum unweighted 3.5 high school GPA and exemplary character.  Inductions are held each semester.


True Men 
Advisor: Ms. Matkins
We are dedicated to community service, academic excellence, and heightening community and cultural consciousness. The specific purpose of this brotherhood is to support young men who desire personal growth.  Group members will be committed to maintaining/promoting respect, integrity, and responsibility. Our club will be involved in activities and partnerships with other organizations within the community


Ladies of Cross Creek
Advisor: Ms. White

Our purpose is to promote unity through sisterhood at Cross Creek. As Ladies of Cross Creek, we are motivated and dedicated to making our school a better place. Our club sponsors numerous guest speakers to motivate and inspire!


CCECHS Science Club
Advisor: Mrs. Webb
   This is The Creek’s third year sponsoring a Science Olympiad team and my first as sponsor. Unlike aspects of the science courses with mandatory NC Final exams and EOC’s, Science Olympiad is FUN. Events may include Amazing Mechatronics, Bottle Rockets, Codebusters and Disease Detectives. This is a leadership opportunity and those placing first in our regional competition will be able to attend the State Science Olympiad competition at NC State University in the spring. Don’t miss out!


Quiz Bowl
Advisor:  Mr. Hosking

“How many sides are there in the regular polygon which has a total of 9 diagonals?”  “Name the class of substances that can reduce aging by scavenging free radicals.”  “Hermes is the Greek equivalent of this Roman messenger god.”  “This royally-named English translation was finished in 1611 and is also called the Authorized Version of the Bible.”   These are just some of the example questions used by the NAQT (National Academic Quiz Tournaments) last year in the High School Quiz Bowl Championship.  Quiz Bowl in an exciting opportunity for students to share and show what they know in a competitive environment where schools compete against each other with four-person teams answering a variety of questions covering math, science literature, history, sports, current events, film and other media, and many other topics.  If you like trivia, know a lot of facts and interesting bits of knowledge, or have a desire to learn – join us in Quiz Bowl.


Spanish Club
Advisor: Mrs. Rivera

Vamos a divertirnos en el Club de Espanol… If you like to dance salsa, bachata and merengue this is the club you want to join. We will be focusing on the cultures of Spanish speakers around the world: we are going to watch movies, sing songs, play dominoes, etc. Also, we are going to celebrate holidays, bring Spanish food and of course eat. Si, senor!!! We are going to practice our Spanish. Join the Spanish Club!


Games II
Advisor: Ms. Nicdao
Could your drawing skills lead a team to victory at Win, Lose or Draw? Or do you have your own way of playing Uno that you can share with others? The Games Club is for those who want to enjoy group competition while getting to know their classmates better. Members can also expect to develop problem solving strategies, practice teamwork and grow leadership skills through unusual activities.  Hope to see you there!


Yearbook-Sophomores and upperclassmen only by approved application
Advisor: Mrs. Hasapis

Do you have an interest in helping produce the Cross Creek Yearbook?

  • Taking photos
  • Choosing backgrounds and page layouts
  • Editing the yearbook for quality and content
  • Marketing the yearbook for sale

Yearbook meets other than Club Day Fridays.  Pick up application in room 114


Interact Club
Advisor: Mrs. Nicdao

Interact Club is a service organization that focuses on improving the community and school through volunteer work. Join us for fellowship and fun while giving back. After school activity.


Calling All Cavaliers: 

Advisor: Ms. Howard

Have a passion for the dramatic arts? Calling All Cavaliers is our BRAND NEW drama club that will be presenting a One Act Festival at the end of each semester! We will be performing comedy and drama, accents and improv games! We will even explore the world of writing and directing our own original skits!  It will be spACTacular!

 


Games Club
Advisor: Mrs. Rappold

Want to use your drawing skills to lead your team to victory at Win, Lose or Draw? Or maybe you have your own favorite way of playing Uno that you want to teach others. The ” Games” Club is for those who want to enjoy group competition and get to know their classmates better. Hope to see you there!


Chess Club
Advisor: Mr. McGinnis

Come and play the most noble game of chess! If you are a beginner just learning how to play or an advanced chess master, this club will allow you to grow and develop as a player and strategist. Players of all skill levels are welcome!


Student Government Association- Selected by Interview
Advisor: Mr. Huffman

   
SGA serves the school and community by organizing student events, fundraisers, and service opportunities.


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Published by Jane Merritt on October 1, 2018
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