Covenant Christian Academy provides a variety of opportunities for it’s Logic School students to socialize and have fun together outside of the academic schedule. Social opportunities are encouraged but optional, and provide fun community building for our students.
Past events include fall hikes, snow tubing, SkyZone, and a Logic School favorite, Man Hunt. (Activities vary each year).
Logic School students also have the opportunity to participate in clubs. Most clubs meet during Extra Help time (after school) and all clubs are student driven. Students have great ideas for clubs, and though some are more involved than others, students follow a few simple steps together with the Dean of Students to establish their club. Clubs established by students in the past have included:
- FIRST Lego League Robotics Team
- Pick-Up Basketball
- Bible Study
- Jazz Band, Jam Band
In the Rhetoric School (9-12), student representatives are largely responsible for the planning and organizing of Clubs, Activities and Events. CCA students love to spend time with each other outside of the academic school day, and they have many opportunities to do so over the school year. During the Extra Help period after school each afternoon, students have started, and participated in, a variety of clubs including:
- Improv Club
- Fellowship of Christian Athletes
- VEX Robotics
- Basketball Club
- Dodgeball Club
- El Roi (a Girl’s Bible Study)
Clubs are student initiated and led, and together, with their faculty advisor, they plan the activities and duration of the club.
Our Student Activities Prefect is responsible for all the Rhetoric School student social Activities and Events. Together with student representatives from each class, and the Dean of Students’ oversight, this group initiates an extensive variety of out of school social fun for their peers. Typical events are:
- Dances (several each year)
- Junior / Senior Prom
- Going to a MLS New England Revolution Soccer Game
- Corn Maze in the fall
- Planning parties
- Class competition during Community time on Friday afternoon.
Community is a special time set aside for our Rhetoric School students the last period on Friday of each week. This is an intentional time set aside each week to facilitate the health and development of our student body community. On Friday afternoon, students come together and participate in a variety of activities. Sometimes we build our community buy engaging in competitive or silly games and getting to know each other better. Sometimes a speaker is brought in to help us learn about our greater community, and sometimes the time is spent serving our community. Students look forward to this special 50 minutes each week.