Clubs & Activities

Student involvement is a vital part of a rewarding high school experience. We are proud of our students and enjoy their enthusiasm for life and learning. We are privileged to have many opportunities for involvement and learning. Coolidge High has numerous clubs to choose from. There's something for everybody.
Listed below is information regarding various clubs as well as Career and Technical Student Organization’s (CTSO’s) offered on the CHS Campus:

Career and Technical Student Organizations
The CTE (Career and Technical Education Department) at Coolidge High School currently has nine programs: Agriscience, Automotive, Business, Computer Repair, Culinary Arts, Early Childhood Professions, Education Professions, Hospitality, and Industrial Manufacturing. All of these programs lead from Career Exploration to Career Preparation. Most of our courses offer Tech Prep Articulated Credit or dual enrollment credit at Central Arizona College.

CAVIT is a Joint Technological Education District comprised of five high schools: Casa Grande, Coolidge, Florence, Maricopa, Santa Cruz. This JTED give students opportunities that were previously impossible due to limited resources. Program offerings this year include: Cosmetology, Fire Science, Graphic Design, Law Enforcement, Nursing, Massage Therapy, and Medical Assisting. For more info go to the CAVIT website.

National Honors Society
"To create enthusiasm for scholarship, to stimulate a desire to render service, to promote leadership, and to develop character in the students of secondary schools." (from the NHS Constitution)
The National Honor Society was established in 1921 to recognize outstanding high school students. Under the leadership of Dr. Edward Rynearson, principal of Fifth Avenue High School in Pittsburgh, a national honor society was organized. It has become a premier organization that is more than just an honor roll. The National Honor Society from its inception was regarded as a concrete way to promote high school academic standards, a means of ensuring the continuation of democracy and an instrument for the betterment of the individuals and the school. The principles of the National Honor Society are: scholarship, leadership, service, citizenship and character. These characteristics are exemplified through our participation in and planning of community service projects, the leadership positions students hold, and striving to promote scholarship throughout their high school careers.
Requirements: Students must be Sophomores or Juniors. Students GPA are reviewed by NHS Adviser to determine if they meet the 3.5 cumulative GPA requirement during the spring semester of the academic year. Students who meet the 3.5 cumulative GPA requirement, receive a letter from the National Honor Society inviting them to fill out an application to be considered for induction into the National Honor Society. Student Applications are then reviewed and discussed by the National Honor Society Faculty Council. The National Honor Society Faculty Council then determines which students are prepared to be inducted into the National Honor Society. (IF necessary students may be asked to a one on one interview with the National Honor Society Faculty Council, .) Students who will be inducted receive a letter congratulating them on being selected to join the National Honor Society. Students and their parents are then invited to participate and view the induction ceremony. During the induction ceremony new inductees pledge to adhere and be exemplars of the principles of the National Honor Society.

CHS Players
Coolidge High School is proud to announce the addition of a drama club, the CHS Players, led by sponsor Mrs. Corianna Lee and held in the auditorium. The CHS Players will consist of students wanting to explore their acting abilities. If you are interested in joining in on all the fun, please contact Mrs. Corianna Lee.

Family, Career & Community Leaders of AmericaFamily, Career & Community Leaders of America
Cassie Yeo
(520) 723-2369
Culinary Arts

Michelle Gonzales
(520) 723-2159
Early Childhood Education

Future Farmers of AmericaFuture Farmers of America

Jadee Rohner
(520) 723-2383

Inter-tribal Native American Club
Barbie Marley

Skills USA

Tech PrepTech Prep
Tech Prep is a collaboration between secondary and post-secondary education. Students are able to earn transcripted credit for the courses they take at the high school and there are no fees attached for this articulated credit. There are some courses that provide dual enrollment credit and the CTE dept at the high school may be able to pay for these courses. The link to Pinal County Tech Prep is Polly Abraham, the Career Tech Ed supervisor can be contacted at Coolidge High School at (520)723-2324

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