Skip Navigation
"That the generation to come might know Him..." Psalm 78:6

High School Clubs

NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
This is an academic honor society for those students who have been invited to participate. Grade levels eligible are 10th-12th for the senior society.The Metrolina Christian Academy Calloway Chapter of the National Honor Society requires a cumulative GPA of 4.0 and a numeric average of 95 or higher in order to be invited to apply. Students must also have attended MCA for a full year to be eligible. Membership into NHS will also be based upon careful consideration of scholarship, leadership, service, and Christian character by our Faculty Council. Invitations to apply are sent to eligible students after the end of 1st quarter each year. The annual NHS Induction takes place in November.

Sponsors: Mr. Risley, Mrs. Aceta, and Mrs. Langley. Meetings will take place in the student center.

M&Ms (MIDDLES & MENTORS)
This is a club where high school girls are partnered in small group with middle school girls through Godly mentorship and fellowship. Goals include forging friendships, encouragement, support, and strengthening of wise choices and good behavior. Leaders meet monthly to plan and the mentors will meet with their “mentees” on a regular basis. Possible activities may include monthly meetings (devotions, group time, crafts, games, etc.), fellowship parties, and a mini-sleepover. Sixth through eighth grade girls can join, ninth grade girls can join as junior mentors, and tenth through twelfth grade girls can join as mentors.

Sponsors: Mrs. Sankowski, Ms. Howard, Mrs. Robinson, Ms. Gatrell, and Ms. Calloway. Meetings will take place in Mrs. Sankowski’s room (D102)

STUDENT GOVERNMENT
Student Government is designed to encourage students to participate in leadership roles among their peers.  They take part in and support school spirit by sponsoring ball games.  They plan and organize activities that promote school spirit and involvement. Student government representatives are chosen through an application process in the spring of every school year.

Sponsors: Mr. Ashlock, Mr. Summey, Mrs. E. Hargett, and Mrs. Ferguson. Meetings will take place in Mr. Ashlock’s room (A102)

JUNIOR CIVITANS
Jr. Civitans is a club whose primary focus is to be builders of good citizenship. A special focus on Jr. Civitans is helping those with developmental disabilities through Special Olympics. It prides itself on leadership opportunities and serving others. This club is open to students in grades 9th through 12th.

Sponsors: Mrs. Rosser and Ms. Gaskin. Meetings will take place in Ms. Gaskin’s room (A312)

CAMPUS UNITED/YCI
This club exists to glorify Christ at MCA and outside of school in order to be more united as the body of Christ.  CU/YCI is open to all students grades 6th through 12th for worship and discipleship on Friday mornings at 7:30am in the student center.

Sponsors: Mrs. Edwards, Mrs. Davis, and Mr. Morgan

PRAISE AND WORSHIP TEAM
This team is a group of students who lead Praise and Worship for our Chapel Services.  Auditions are held at the beginning of the school year for vocalists and instrumentalists.

Sponsor:  Mr. Strickland      

LITERARY CLUB
The literary club is intended to be a place to discuss films and literature (geared toward the interests of students), encourage creative writing, develop a literary arts magazine, and work with lower school students to develop a love of the arts. All of this will be done in a relaxed and positive atmosphere. This is the place to enjoy English without being graded!

Sponsors: Mrs. Laughridge and Mrs. Laurents. Meetings will take place in Mrs. Laughridge’s room (A300).

ASTRONOMY CLUB
The Astronomy Club exists to encourage and enhance students’ knowledge and passion of and for Astronomy.  Students will become "backyard astronomers” by taking a hands-on approach to learning the art of stargazing. The Astronomy Club’s goal is to show students that God is the creator and sustainer of a dynamic, vast and amazing yet accessible universe. Students will explore various topics such as deep sky objects (galaxies, star clusters and nebulas) and solar system objects (planets, moons, comets, etc.).  They will also begin building astronomy skills including reading star charts and working with stargazing equipment. Finally, students will have the monthly opportunity to stargaze using an 8' or 24' Dobsonian telescope.  These monthly outings really put the stars in stellar perspective!  

Sponsors: Mr. Summey and Mr. Morgan. Meetings will take place in Mr. Summey’s room (A106).

SPRING DRAMA
The spring drama is open to all students in grades 6th through 12th. Auditions will determine individual dramatic roles with additional opportunities for students to be involved in stage settings, properties, costumes, publicity, lighting, sound, make-up, and hairstyles. 

Sponsors: Mrs. Ingrassia, Mrs. Clark, and Ms. Howard

WARRIOR SERVANT LEADERSHIP
The Warrior Servant Leadership Program is more than an opportunity for students to develop and learn characteristics of leadership. The WSL Program is open to all high school students. Any student interested in the program must sign the WSL Program statement of commitment, complete and submit the application, as well as participate in service and leadership opportunities that meet the required hours. Students who complete the WSL Program will receive recognition at graduation as well as qualify for the WSL Scholarship.

Sponsors: Mrs. Edwards, Mr. Burnette, & Mrs. Edenfield. Meetings will take place in the Student Center.