National Honor Society

More than one million students participate in the National Honor Society (NHS) activities. Chapter membership not only recognizes students for their accomplishments but challenges them to develop further through active involvement in school activities and community service.

NHS students and their peers volunteer in their communities at the highest rates and make connecting with and serving within the community a priority.
 

Cardinal Mornings/Sixth GradeCardinal Mornings

With a smile and a hearty "good morning", this team of trained six grade students assists incoming students each morning in the carpool lane. A warm greeting and a little assistance opening doors and grabbing backpacks is the goal to help make your SCCS morning experience a smooth and happy one! Additionally, students serve at other special school events. 

 

SLCStudent Leadership Council

Students are involved in the planning and executing of student activities while learning how to be outstanding citizens and leaders.

 

 

 

 

 

California Scholarship Federation

CSFFounded in 1921, the California Scholarship Federation is the oldest scholarship institution in the state of California.  The SCCS CSF chapter recognizes student scholarship and provides opportunities for students to use their academic gifts in community service.  Membership is based on the prior semester's grades.  Students must fill out an application and turn it in with a copy of their report card for the prior semester.  Freshmen may apply for membership at the spring semester.  Students with 4 or more consecutive semesters of membership receive special recognition during graduation.  

CSF LogoCSF chapters actively promote the ideal of service to the community and continue to encourage and motivate academically talented students through recognition. Students become eligible for membership by achieving and maintaining set standards of academic excellence.

Led by faculty advisor Mrs. Darla Agajanian, the SCCS chapter has maintained a steady membership of approximately 40 members per semester. 

The centerpiece project for the group is the annual Operation Christmas Child project.  The club organizes donations from the entire school into shoeboxes which are distributed to children across the globe through the Samaritan’s Purse organization. 

CSF is active on the SCCS campus. CSF offers an after-school tutoring program aimed at ministering to SCCS students and also serves fellow SCCS students by providing snacks and drinks to students during the week of mid-term exams for some much-needed respite!

In addition, the group votes on one major community service activity each year, tailored to the members’ gifts and abilities. 

By serving in CSF, SCCS students also have the opportunity to receive a Seymour Memorial Life Member award. The Seymour Memorial Awards tuition scholarships date back to 1925. The final selection of recipients is based on character, leadership, and service.  Fifty regional finalists receive awards of $2,000 each and five of these (one per region) receive an additional $3,000. According to the CSF organization, the award is now regarded as one of the highest scholastic honors given to secondary school graduates in and for the state of California. 

CSF is open to grades 9th through 12th. Students interested in being a member of CSF can download the application here. The Community Service Hours log sheet can be downloaded here. Applications are due September 13, 2019. 

 

FBLAFuture Business Leaders of America

Thirty SCCS secondary students participate in FBLA. The vision of FBLA at SCCS is focused on students developing competent, God-honoring business leadership skills while they sharpen tools that pinpoint strengths in themselves and others as they seek to work together as a team.

Additionally, students are encouraged to grow their interest and understanding of American business enterprise. 

“FBLA is a national organization that propels students to grow in leadership and teamwork through opportunities to practice efficient money management and establishing occupational goals,” shared Mr. Bates. “Involvement in this group helps students focus on their career and their future.”