Academic Competition Team
Advisors: Mrs.Hartung & Mrs. Holtry
AFS (American Field Service Intercultural Programs)Advisors: Mr. Wible & Mrs. Breslin
Intercultural learning opportunities to help people develop knowledge, skills and understanding needed to create a more just and peaceful world.
Art Service Club
Advisor: Mr. Moore
Advisor: Mr. Berrier
This club does not meet during the regular scheduled activity periods. AV consists of students in Advanced Communications and AV Study Hall. These students are responsible for the morning announcements, teachers' AV needs during the school day, and assisting after school activities such as plays, concerts, and talent shows. These students need to be available and highly dependable. The students in AV Club are hand chosen by the AV advisors. A student interested in this club must see the club advisors to obtain an application.
Advisor: Mr. Miller
This club is a means for students that are enrolled or have taken photography. This club permits students to remain active in photography as well as engaging in community service.
Class of 2017
Advisors: Mr. R. Miller, Mrs. Ausherman, Mr. J. Michael
Class of 2016
Advisors: Mr. Jacobs, Mrs. M. Miller, Mrs. Purcell
Mr. Unruh, Mrs. Engel-Unruh, Mr. D. Miller
Class of 2015
Class of 2014
Advisors: Mrs. Holtry, Mr. Onomastico, Ms. Eberhart
Advisor: Mr. Walker
Advisor: Mrs. Hartung
Advisor: Mr. Scanzello
Multi-Cultural Society Club
Advisor: Mr. Lindsey
This club participates in the following activities: reading at elementary schools, visit museums and historic sites (Black Wax Museum, Philadelphia Historic sites), bake sales, fried chicken dinners, decorate bulletin boards, and celebrate all diverse holidays. Everyone has a voice in this club.
Cycling Club/Mountain Biking
Advisor: Mr. Zimmerman
This club will take rides through Michaux State Forest and participate in organized mountain bike races. You will be required to have the following items: Mountain bike, helmet, bike gloves, eye protection, carry water, and an extra tire tube.
This club intends to improve the physical fitness and cycling skills, promote the sport of bicycle touring and racing, give beginners an understanding of this sport, and provide an opportunity for fun, safe, and challenging cycling experiences.
Advisor: Mr. Jacobs
English Language Learners
Advisor: Mrs. Monn
The ESL Club consists of students who form a sense of unity and belonging within. This club is open to all students, not just English as a Second Language students. Members work with both Color Day and 5 de Mayo events. Fundraisers throughout the year assist in field trips.
Fellowship of Christian Athletes
Advisor: Mr. Yost
Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA)
Advisors: Mrs. Reinsmith, Mrs. Barnhart, Mr. Michael
This club is a nonprofit educational association of student members preparing for careers in business or interested in learning more about the free enterprise system. This club helps students develop leadership abilities, prepare for entry into and advancing within a business, how to direct the affairs of a group, and how to compete honorably in competitive events. These activities help prepare students to be better employees and better citizens. This club engages in bake sales, fundraisers, and community service projects throughout the year. Students have the opportunity to meet people as a means to network for their future, opportunity to earn awards, certificates, and money during competitive events at the Regional Leadership Conference.
Advisor: Mr. Parsons & Mrs. Harbaugh
This club is a National organization to a student that is enrolled in an agriculture class. Students learn to work with one another through the use of leadership skills. Members compete/participate in Career Development Events in almost any area of the broad field of agriculture that have an interest
Advisor: Mr. Unruh
This club is involved with Octoberfest, inter-world language club soccer games, trips to the local Bavarian restaurant, and members receive T-shirts every year. Open to upper class students who want to experience the German culture.
Advisors: Ms. Shuff and Mr. Busillo
Advisor: Ms. Banks
This club is the largest youth service organization in the world. This club engages in fund raising projects for various causes and other community activities. This club is associated with Kawinis.
Advisor: Mr. Granberry
Advisor: Miss Barnhart
Advisors: Ms. Michael and Ms. Eberhart
Advisor: Mrs. Engel-Unruh
Mu Alpha Theta
Advisor: Mr. D. Miller
This club is a national high school and junior college honors mathematics society. This club is by invitation only and has grade requirements. A student must have an overall grade point average of at least a 3.0. All mathematics courses completed must have at least a 3.0 GPA and include Modern Geometry, Algebra I and II, and be enrolled in an upper level math class. This club meets one time a year.
National Art Honor Society
Advisor: Mr. Zoeller
National Honor Society
Advisors: Ms. Beres and Ms. Michael
Advisors: Mr. Drew Miller
This club includes students engaging in informal games of ping-pong during activity period (singles and doubles). An opportunity to be involved in a club doubles tournament. Members must join by October
Advisor: Mr. Unruh, Mr. Jacobs
This club meets at various days and times at Whitetail and Liberty. A Colorado Ski trip is planned for 2006. This club gives members an opportunity to get involved with the sport of skiing/snowboarding.
Advisor: Mrs. Ausherman
This club is open to students in Spanish classes II/III or higher. This club is also open to students who speak Spanish as their first language. This clubs plans on playing soccer games against other language clubs, learn different types of Spanish dancing, experience food from different Spanish countries, and participate in the Foreign Language Club breakfast in March. The club will have a nachos and cheese booth at Color Day. Additional activities will be planned by club officers. Approximately 70 students are in the club.
Advisor: Mr. Jacobs
This club talks about sports, play sports, and attempt to go to sporting events.
Advisors: Mrs. Holtry , Mr. Sherman
All students in CASHS are encouraged to join Student Government as they plan and sponsor various activities throughout the year. There are several committees for students to serve as they work together to make CASHS the place where all students want to be! This club is responsible for Homecoming activities. The president is invited to attend monthly school board meetings. The president and another representative may attend four meetings during the year for student forum. This forum brings together students from all high schools in the Lincoln Intermediate Unit.
Advisor: Mr. Parsons
Advisors: Mr. Rose and Mrs. Cummings
This club is open to any students who have earned a Varsity Letter in a CASHS sport. The members participate in numerous service projects including a New & Used Sports Equipment Drive, a faculty vs. student basketball game (money raised benefits the Special Olympics), and the Tim and Susan Cook Memorial variety show (money raised goes towards scholarships). The club members are also encouraged to support fellow athletes through attending various sporting events. Approximately 50 students are in the club.
Advisor: Ms. VanHorn and Mrs. Prosser
This club will meet to discuss and make decisions about the high school literary magazine. The students will be involved with some aspects of creating the magazine, promotion, and sales.