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Student Club News

One of the best parts of being a student here at CCHS is our clubs and organizations.  Were you aware that CCHS has around 140 students, but we also have seven different organizations on campus?  Organizations are a great way to meet other people from different grades that share your interests and ideas.  Whether it is Student Council, the Gender and Sexualities Alliance (GSA), the Black Student Union (BSU), Yearbook, Chess, Running Club or Honor Society, you are sure to find a group of students who share your passion and enthusiasm.


While all of our clubs and organizations are busy working on their own activities, January was a very busy month for Student Council.  The students on the Student Council planned and sponsored a School Pride week, with themes for each day and the Winter Ball Dance, held in conjunction with another APS magnet school, Nex+Gen Academy. 


This month, the Black Student Union (BSU) celebrated the life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. by attending the annual march in Albuquerque.  They walked from the University of New Mexico down MLK Boulevard to Civic Plaza.   BSU is busy planning their meetings and events for February, which is also Black History Month.  In February, BSU members head to the Santa Fe Capitol Building for African-American Day at the Legislature.  Students will get to sit with members of the state legislature from their neighborhood districts. 


Our clubs and organizations are sponsored by our faculty members, who offer a wealth of knowledge and support.  As you can see, CCHS is a great place to connect with other students while making lasting relationships.


The chess club in action