Students choosing to participate in extracurricular activities act as de facto ambassadors of CHCA and an example of Christ-like behavior to the larger community. When a CHCA student participates in any extracurricular activity – academic, leadership, community service, fine arts, or athletics – it is expected that they behave in a manner consistent with the expectations of their behavior during the school day. This includes dress and behavior, positive attitude toward and affirmation of fellow competitors, scholars and performers, and a demonstration of leadership and positive Christian values.

If transportation to and from practices and events is provided by the school, student participants are required to ride in the school-provided transportation to the practice or event unless approved beforehand by the faculty or coach in charge and with written parental permission. If no school transportation is provided, it is strongly recommended that students do not drive teammates or other students in their personal vehicles at any time.

Last modified: 12 August 2019


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