CAH provides a rich variety of activities to allow students to connect with each other and their community. Activities include sports, clubs, cheer, mock trial, yearbook, news publications, school dances, and a variety of ASB-sponsored events. The student culture at CAH is remarkably accepting, nurturing, and wholesome, and all school events are designed to help students engage with each other in a safe and supervised environment. All students are encouraged to give back to their communities and are required to complete 37.5 community service hours each year that they are enrolled at CAH.
Visual & Performing Arts
The visual and performing arts possess inherent value essential in the creation of well-rounded students. Studying the arts enables students to connect to content in new ways and gain a greater understanding of oneself and others. CAH instruction follows the CA State Standards for artistic perception, creative expression, historical and cultural context, aesthetic valuing, and connections/applications, as well as the Common Core Standards for reading, writing, speaking, and listening. Visual and Performing Arts courses provide students with an academically enriching and rigorous study of the arts. While many students participate on one of the VAPA clubs or teams, many also take one or more VAPA classes before they graduate.
The Associated Student Body (ASB) is the student-led leadership team that promotes school spirit, develops leadership skills, and provides relevant school activities. ASB sponsors a variety of events throughout the year that provide the opportunity for students to participate while developing social skills and healthy relationships. ASB-sponsored events include, spirit days, dances, and many community service projects.
Juniors and seniors may also apply to LINK CREW a group of upperclassmen dedicated to mentoring and supporting incoming freshmen during their first year of high school.
The Associated Student Body organizes and approves clubs which allow students to meet and gather around a particular interest with a faculty advisor. CAH typically has 10 or more clubs meeting throughout the year on various days of the week. Examples of some of our 2010-2020 clubs included art club, Bible club, fishing club, and & GSA.
California Interscholastic Federation (CIF)
Purpose: Athletic competition allows our athletes the opportunity to learn the values of discipline, commitment, respect, and hard work.
Athletic Department – email@example.com
Girls Volleyball-Coach to be announced
Cross Country- Coach to be announced
Football-Coach to be announced
Boys Basketball- Coach to be announced
Girls Basketball- Kendra Gelrud- firstname.lastname@example.org
Boys Soccer- Coach to be announced
Girls Soccer- Coach to be announced
Wrestling-Coach to be announced
Baseball- Glen Henton- email@example.com
Swimming- Brittany DeValk- firstname.lastname@example.org
Softball- Keila Elderts- email@example.com
Boys Volleyball- Coach to be announced
Cheer Team- Chante Amos- firstname.lastname@example.org
Athletic Director – Rory Carlton: email@example.com
For sports schedules, practice times and locations please visit:
CAH offers a dynamic, engaging, and exciting yearbook program. The yearbook team, a student-run and student-led team, produces two publications including a newspaper and annual yearbook. Our team of photographers, reporters and designers work year round to capture the stories that affect our students and community. We help create a voice for all students at CAH. If you have a passion for great storytelling, both visually and traditionally, consider joining our team and serving your student body in a critical role as a student journalist.
Email: Brittany DeValk, adviser: firstname.lastname@example.org