Cultural Communications Club

The Cultural Communications Club is a community service club that primarily fundraises for St. Jude Children's Hospital with weekly breakfast and exit sales. The club's main event of the year is a cultural festival, where students create country displays and all proceeds go to St. Jude's. Other CCC activities include volunteering at Special Olympic bowling events, creating a holiday party for pre-schoolers in the Head Start program, and organizing breakfast for senior citizens in Howell.

Drama Club

Drama Club is an entirely student-run organization that puts on a fall and spring show. New members are encouraged to audition for the cast or to join stage crew in lighting, tech, set design or backstage hands.

DV Club

The Digital Video Club allows students to create short films and video projects outside of CHS's DV classes. Club members compete in national contests, team up to participate in club challenges, and enter their work into film festivals. DV Club showcases its best work at CHS's annual Cinemadness, a screening that takes place in a real movie theater.

The Inkblot

Our award-winning school newspaper, the Inkblot welcomes all students with an interest in journalism. From story assignments to publication, we work with staff members to bolster their writing technique, improve their grasp on AP style and sharpen interview skills. Our goal is to discover the truth.

Lit Mag

Lit Mag sells magazines of student art and writing, hosts writing workshops and helps students with critiquing their writing. It's a close-knit club where students can express themselves and get opportunities to exercise their literary skills. The club is all about showing off what CHS students can do!


National Art Honor Society was founded to recognize students who show outstanding ability and interest in visual art fields. Our members uphold a high standard of art scholarship, character, and service by attending weekly meetings and participating in club, school, and community workshops. Every year ends with an evening induction and Art Showcase.


Through volunteer work, our school’s chapter of NHS strives to better the community. Each year, NHS hosts the Blood Drive, provides in-school tutoring and maintains the gardens on school grounds. Students looking to apply must maintain a 92.0 GPA and complete 100 volunteer and 50 leadership hours.  Members encompass the pillars of scholarship, service, leadership and character.


SkillsUSA improves the quality of America’s skilled workforce through a structured program of citizenship, leadership, employability, technical and professional skills training. SkillsUSA enhances the lives and careers of students, instructors and industry representatives as they strive to be champions at work. Within CHS, students compete at both the state and national level in technical fields such as screen printing, digital cinema and graphic communications.

The National Technical Honor Society is an organization recognizing outstanding student achievement in career and technical education. The goal of the NTHS is to see that deserving technical students be recognized and that people of the community become aware of the talents and abilities of the young people who choose technical education pathways to a successful future. NTHS works in partnership with SkillsUSA to promote the skills of its competitors.

Photo Club

During meetings, club members discuss photography techniques and participate in workshops both in and out of school. Each week students submit for the Photo of the Week, which are then critiqued.