ALMA

Phone: 720-554-2250

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ALMA

Sponsor: Chris Win

Office: Counseling Office

Meeting Day/Time: Mondays from 10:15-11:00

ALMA is a gathering of Latino students that meet to support students in meeting academic and extracurricular success. Students meet and discuss strategies for becoming successful student leaders; involvement in the community, service projects and fundraising. We also focus on helping students plan post-secondary opportunities. All students interested in the Latino culture are welcome.

 Amnesty International

Phone: 720-554-2189

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Amnesty International

Sponsor: Stephen Bartholomew

Office: IC714A

Meeting Day:  5-6 pm on Thursdays

Amnesty International is dedicated to supporting human rights in the local and global community. A club focused on service and awareness, we devote our time to aiding our community in any way possible.

 Astronomy Club

Phone: 720-554-2316

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Astronomy Club

Sponsor: Kenadi Dixon

Office: W428

Meeting Day/Time: TBD 3:45 pm

Astronomy club is a place where everyone can nerd out about their love for space! We do weekly presentations, (sometimes even question scientific morals) and even go on field trips to the Chamberlain Observatory. It's a great place to have fun, from playing kahoot to building rockets!

 Big Sisters/Excalibur

Phone: 720-554-2175

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Big Sisters/Excalibur

Sponsor: Jamie Weber, Jessica Robinson, Chris Stirrup

Office: W548A

Meeting day/time: Mondays at 2:00 pm

Big Hearts. Big Minds. Big Sisters/Excalibur
Our Club is here to serve the community and give back.

 Black Student Union

Phone: 720-554-2308

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Black Student Union

Sponsor: Marcus McDavid, Noah Zeplin, David Knoeckel, Briana Hodges

Office: FA 601 A

Meeting Day/Time: Mondays from 10:15-11:00 am

The Black Student Union is a support organization for students that seeks to develop leaders, build community, and explore black culture to allow students to be better equipped to make meaningful contributions to the larger community. Through discussion, group meetings, and active involvement in the school and community, the students will be encouraged to achieve academically and engage socially.  Additionally, BSU seeks to share their culture with the school and the community to promote inclusion and excellence at Cherry Creek High School. 

 COLT Club

Phone: 720-554-2319

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COLT Club

Sponsor: Theres Morris and Mike Goeglein

Office: W84B

Meeting Day/Time: Thursdays at 3:45 pm

To Connect, Accept, Challenge and Grow through Adventure activities.

 Cooking Club

Phone: 720-554-2368

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Cooking Club

Sponsor: Sharon Alexander

Office: CCH Kitchen

Meeting Day/Time: Mondays from 4-5 pm

Cooking Club is a student driven group. We chop, mix, and knead. We measure, stir, and eat! We meet once a month online to cook, no experience is necessary and all levels are welcome! Leadership opportunities are also available for more experienced cooks. Our hope is that everyone learns something new as well as teaching what they already know. Follow us on Instagram @cchscookingclub for more information!

 

 Creative Writing Club

Phone: 720-554-2352

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Creative Writing Club

Sponsor: Ariel Bachman

Office: E204A

Meeting Day/Time: Wednesday from 4:30-5:30 pm

Creative Writing Club is a space for aspiring writers to share ideas, get dedicated time to write, learn new creative writing techniques, apply to writing contests, and share a common interest in all things creative writing. We are a close knit group and always welcome new members who love to write as much as we do!

 Cybersecurity

Phone: 720-554-2406

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Cybersecurity

Sponsor: Christy Street

Office: 429G

Meeting Day/Time: Wednesdays from 5-6:30 pm

During first semester, we participate in CyberPatriot, a national cybersecurity competition. We form groups of 5-6 and each person specializes in a certain image. During second semester we will study hacking and CTF. We will also have several guest speakers. Females will have a special opportunity to participate in GirlsGoCyberStart. No previous knowledge of cybersecurity is required!
Club meetings will be online, but we will meet in-person for competitions.
Remind code: text “@creekcyber” to 81010
Email cstreet2@cherrycreekschools.org if you have any questions.

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 DECA

Phone: 720-554-2369

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DECA

Sponsor: Dan Sheeks, Beth Adolphi, Erica Padzik

Office: W213A

Meeting Day/Time: Mondays at 10 am

DECA is an association of Marketing students. Membership in DECA is limited to students in Marketing (junior level students) and Marketing II (senior level students) classes at Cherry Creek High School . DECA is an extremely active club that develops business leadership skills through competitive events held at the local, district, state and national levels. Students study various business and marketing topics including sales, promotion, economics, international marketing and entrepreneurship. Marketing and DECA students have several opportunities throughout the year to participate in charitable community and social activities. Senior level DECA students also run and operate the school's bookstore called Bear Necessities.

 Dungeons and Dragons

Phone: 720-554-2226

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Dungeons and Dragons

Sponsor: Shiloh Carpenter, Kathleen Allen, MaryBeth Chapman

Office: E94B

Meeting Day/Time: TBD

This club is where students get to engage in the fantasy role playing game of Dungeons and Dragons, better known as D&D. This year we will meet virtually in our "campaigns" with our Dungeon Master leading the game. Join us if you need a place to just laugh, engage with peers, and play a cool game!

 EcoAction

Phone: 720-554-2541

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EcoAction

Sponsor: Jeff Boyce

Office: W419A

Meeting Day/Time: Mondays at 9 am

EcoAction is a club devoted to making CCHS a more sustainable community. We hope to spread awareness about climate change and how Creek can contribute to the climate crisis. We welcome all students who have a passion for the environment or want to learn about climate change on a local level.

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 E-Sports

Phone: 720-554-2181

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E-Sports

Sponsor: Alexandra Bak

Office: W432A

Meeting Day/Time: Mondays at 2:30 pm

E-Sports is a club that offers students the opportunity to compete in video gaming and build connections with other gamers. Students play a wide variety of games at home, and compete in League of Legends at school against teams from all over the state. We meet once a week during busy times (registration for tournament season) and bi-weekly during slower times, and we use Discord as our primary method of communication.

 FBLA

Phone: 720-554-2351

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FBLA

Sponsor: Jennifer Sheets

Office: W212A

Meeting Day/Time: TBD

FBLA brings business and education together in a positive working relationship through innovative leadership and career development programs. We involve ourselves in many social and community activities alongside a variety of competitions.

 FCCLA

Phone: 720-554-2475

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FCCLA

Sponsor: Katie Vasquez

Office: W211A

Meeting Day/Time: Thursdays at 4:30 pm

FCCLA is a student lead organization which promotes personal growth and leadership development through Family and Consumer Sciences education. FCCLA offers several great opportunities including community service projects, competitions, leadership skills and many more! 

 Fine Print Literary & Arts Magazine Club

Phone: 720-554-2480

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Fine Print Literary & Arts Magazine Club

Sponsor: Vernal Pope

Office: E206A

Meeting Day/Time: TBD at 3:40 pm

Fine Print Literary & Arts Magazine equips students with editorial experience in publishing the art, photography, writing, and musical compositions of CCHS students. Students who are a part of this club work together on the layout, design, and content for this award winning magazine published and distributed at the end of each year.

 

 French Club

Phone: 720-554-2481

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French Club

Sponsor: Angela Moreen

Office:West 302A

Meeting Day/Time: Wednesdays at 4:00 pm

French Club is a club for anyone who is interested in French language and francophone culture. During meetings we spend time socializing in French and in English, sharing food, playing games, and learning about francophone culture, including music, film, customs, travel destinations and more!

 Generation Tech

Phone: 720-554-2538

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Generation Tech

Sponsor: Rob Matuschek

Office: W429F

Meeting Day/Time: First Tuesday of every month from 5:00-5:30 pm

We offer volunteer opportunities in which we connect youth with older adults to help them with technology. You’ll get to meet incredible people with diverse views on the world and get to work on your communication skills, while gaining community service hours. To get the meeting link please contact Mr. Maruschek. Check out our Instagram, @gentechco, for more info and visuals.

 German Honor Society

Phone: 720-554-2484

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German Honor Society

Sponsor: Susanne Smith

Office:718 B

Meeting Day/Time: TBD

German Honor Society is open to all students who have completed two years of German study (or the equivalent) with a 3.5 GPA in their German courses. We are all about eating German food, watching German movies, and speaking German while enjoying a board game.

 

 Girl UP

Phone: 720-554-2173

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Girl UP

Sponsor: Jodi Best

Office:701A IC

Meetin Day/Time: TBD

GirlUp is devoted to empowering girls across the world. We are a UN sponsored club centered around education and service. We volunteer frequently in our community as well as raising awareness about the issues facing girls worldwide. We welcome everyone, and we hope to foster a positive environment to lift each other up!

 

 High School Democrats of America

Phone: 720-554-2173

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High School Democrats of America

Sponsor: Jodi Best

Office:701A IC

Meeting Day/Time: TBD

High School Democrats of America (HSDA) is a national political organization that serves as an entry point to Democratic politics for youth activists from across the country. HSDA empowers and encourages students to take on an active role in the fight for Democratic victories across the country. In addition to fostering civil discourse among those with opposing viewpoints, HSDA provides a platform for members to impact the political process in a substantive way and make their voices heard on a national level. 

 Interact

Phone: 720-554-2449

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Interact

Sponsor: Lindsey Paricio and Kaylyn Flatt

Office:West 418A

Meeting Day/Time: Thursdays frin 6:00-:30 pm

Interact is a rotary based club that focuses on outreach to the local and international community. We participate in community service opportunities in our club as well as out of club in or around the Denver area.

 

 Investment Club

Phone: 720-554-2184

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Investment Club

Sponsor: Tim Peterson

Sponsor Office: W548A

Meeting/Day Time: TBD

 Key Club

Phone: 720-554-2276

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Key Club

Sponsor: Joshua Mollard

Office: E70

Meeting Day/Time: Mondays at 5:00 pm

Key Club is open to students, grades 9-12. Students work on various school and community service projects.​Key Club International is the oldest and largest student-led service program for high school students. Key Club promotes leadership through serving others.

 Latin Club

Phone: 720-554-42490

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Latin Club

Sponsor: Amy Rosevear

Office: 705A IC

Meeting Day/Time: Tuesdays from 4:30-5:30

Latin Club is open to all students, whether or not you are currently enrolled in the CCHS Latin program. We celebrate the Latin language and ancient Roman cultures, explore topics of interest to students beyond the classroom curriculum, and strengthen relationships through shared experiences. Highlights of a typical year include the state Latin convention in Estes Park, Roman cooking day, Colorado Classics Day at CU Boulder, and attending cultural events like plays and museum exhibits related to Latin, whenever we find them.

 

 Linguistics Club

Phone: 7205542390

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Linguistics Club

Sponsor: Candace LeFebre

Sponsor Office: IC720

Meeting Day/Time: Tuesdays at 4:30 via teams. Use code "dkononr" to join!

Linguistics Club is for students who like to think outside the box and solve problems. At its core, linguistics is the scientific study of language: its structure, diversity, and how it influences the way we think about and see the world. We meet once a week to tackle linguistic puzzles, learn about language and culture, and have fun! (No previous knowledge or skills necessary.)

 Magic the Gathering

Phone: 720-554-2390

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Magic the Gathering

Sponsor: Candace LeFebre

Office: IC 720

Meeting Day/Time: TBD

Magic the Gathering is a strategic card game with specialized decks of cards with mythical creatures and lands. Each game represents a battle with a fantasy role playing heritage. Players of all levels welcome!

 Marching Band

Phone: 720-554-2344

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Marching Band

Sponsors: Tim Libby and Sara Wynes and Craig Westwood

Office: FA 640

Meeting Day/Time: Wednesdays from 4-6 pm

Marching band supports school spirit at CCHS by performing at school events and football games as well as featuring the band in our own competitive circuit performances.

 Math Club

Phone: 720-554-2177

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Math Club

Sponsor: Jim Padavic and Cayel Dwyer

Office: W548a

Meeting Day/Time: Tuesdays at 4:30 pm

Math club is an opportunity to collaborate with other students and compete at a high level in math contests with students from across the nation. The more experienced students welcome the newer members and teach concepts and work together in a spirit of comradery and competition.

 

 Model United Nations

Phone: 720-554-2367

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Model United Nations

Sponsor: Ashley Jordan

Office: E87A

Meetind Day/Time: Fridays from 4:30-5:30 pm

In Model UN we replicate the work of the United Nations - research, negotiation, and public speaking - in order to address global problems within current events and historical incidents. In our club meetings we practice team building and mastery of parliamentary procedures to hone the craft of argumentation and presentation. In our competitions we meet with teams from around the region to participate in events at a variety of skill and complexity level.

 

 National Chinese Honor Society

Phone: 720-554-2318

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National Chinese Honor Society

Sponsor: Jack Song

Office: W302A

Meeting Day/Time: Tuesday 4:30-5:30 pm

National Chinese Honor Society is dedicated to spreading appreciation of Chinese language and culture in the community. In our meetings every two weeks, we plan and host cultural and service events. Current or past enrollment in an honors Chinese class required.

 National English Honor Society

Phone: 720-554-2519

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National English Honor Society

Sponsors: Jenna Chapman and Emily Cave

Office: E206A

Meeting Day/Time: Wednesdays at 4:00 pm

NEHS is a national honor society sponsored by Sigma Tau Delta for students who excel in the field of English. Immediate benefits of affiliation include international recognition, scholarship eligibility, and opportunities for international networking with others who share enthusiasm for, and accomplishment in, the language arts. Requirements for eligibility are  3.0 unweighted overall GPA and 3.5 unweighted English GPA, and participation in biweekly meetings revolving around service projects and book clubs.

 National Honor Society

Phone: 720-554-2258

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National Honor Society

Sponsor: Michael Kraft, Erika DeShay and Greg Critchett

Office: E115A

Meeting Day/Time: TBD

The National Honor Society is a nationally accredited organization that recognizes students for outstanding scholarship, leadership, service, and character. Cherry Creek NHS members participate in a wide variety of tutoring and community service opportunities in the school and community.  Students may apply in the spring of their sophomore or junior years and members are expected to uphold the highest standards of excellence, to contribute 16 hours of tutoring and community service each semester, attend club meetings, and participate in NHS-sponsored events. 

 No Place for Hate

Phone: 720-554-2351

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No Place for Hate

Sponsor: Lori Ferguson and Jen Sheets

Office: East Main Office

Meeting Day/Time: TBD

No Place for Hate is a student group dedicated to reducing bias and bullying in our community. As a subsection of the Anti-Defamation League, we design and implement school-wide programs to make Creek a more accepting place.No Place for Hate is a great way to gain leadership skills while making your school a better place!

 Nourish

Phone: 720-554-2536

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Nourish

Sponsor: Rebekah Lee

Office: W302A

Meeting Day/Time: Tuesdays at 4:30 pm

Nourish is a community service club that focuses on helping areas in the local community that does not have stable, sustainable food. We work with local community gardens, food banks, and fundraise in order to help food deserts and families in need.

 

 Poetry Club

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Poetry Club

Sponsor: David Yeatts

Office: Elevation

Meeting Day/Time: Thursdays from 3:30-4:30

 

 

 Political Awareness

Phone: 720-554-2147

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Political Awareness

Sponsor: Tom Michel

Office: E402A

Meeting Day/Time: TBD

Political Awareness meets to discuss current issues in the U.S. and world with particular attention to government topics. We follow elections, creation of laws, and Supreme Court cases and discuss the impact on students and the nation as a whole.

 Science Bowl

Phone: 720-554-2502

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Science Bowl

Sponsor: Jeremy Gilbert

Office: W103A

Meeting Time/Day: Wednesdays at 4 pm

Science bowl is very similar to Brain bowl. Two teams compete in a science/math trivia-type competition. Students enjoy science bowl club for the challenge; the questions are difficult, and some have to be answered within 5 seconds. Last year, Cherry Creek Science Bowl students were the Colorado champions, winning the virtual competition which gave them an opportunity for the national level competition.

 

 Sciences Leadership Club

Phone: 720-554-2373

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Sciences Leadership Club

Sponsor: Amy Huyink

Office: W428A

Meeting Day/Time: Mondays at 11:30 am

Sciences Leadership Club is for students interested in pursuing a career in STEM. We hold speakers monthly, ranging from physicians to bio-engineers to veterinarians to Microsoft engineers and everything in between. Not only do students get to learn about life in STEM from a professional, but they also can ask their own questions as well as form connections with both like-minded individuals and scientific professionals. We welcome all those who desire to "Seek knowledge, take action"!

 Science Olympiad

Phone: 720-554-2182

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Science Olympiad

Sponsor: Christine Garcia

Office: W 432A

Meeting Day/Time: Thursdays at 3:45 pm

This club allows students real hands on experience with problem solving and working with teammates to compete in different events. Some of the events include Astronomy, Anatomy, Genetics, Fossils, Geology, Mapping, Forensics, Engineering and Chemistry to name a few. We meet once a week to work together to prepare for the competitions learning all kinds of great science along the way.

 Sign Language Club

Phone: 720-554-2093

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Sign Language Club

Sponsor: Anne Zurcher

Office: IC718B

Meeting Day/Time: Wednesdays at 4:00 pm

Sign Language Club is an excellent opportunity to learn sign language at the beginning and intermediate level. Students learn the ABC's and enough vocabulary to have a conversation in sign language. To reinforce skills, we play games and do fun activities together! 

Sign Language Club Video

 Sources of Strength

Phone: 720-554-2390

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Sources of Strength

Sponsor: Krista Keogh and Shelly Johnson

Office: IC720

Meeting Day/Time: Mondays from 2:30-3:30

Our mission is to provide the highest quality evidence-based prevention for suicide, violence, bullying and substance abuse by training, supporting, and empowering both peer leaders and caring adults to impact their world through the power of connection, hope, help and strength.

Sources of Strength Video

 Spanish Honor Society

Phone: 720-554-2505

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Spanish Honor Society

Sponsor: Jen Jones and Katie Hester

Office: IC730A

Meeting Day/Time: Mondays at 2:00 pm

The purpose of Spanish Honor Society is to recognize students for high achievement in Spanish, to provide them with opportunities to serve others, and to offer opportunities to socialize in the language. To be invited to participate, students must have a 3.75 GPA in Spanish, a 3.0 GPA overall, have completed level 3 Spanish at the high school level, and be of sophomore standing*. To be inducted, students must attend meetings, complete community service hours, and attend social and cultural events throughout the year. Example activities are delivery of food baskets to needy families in the Cherry Creek school district, dinner at Spanish-speaking restaurants, tutoring Spanish students, and partnerships with other schools in the district.
*Bylaws are site-based.

 Spectrum

Phone: 720-554-2552

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Spectrum

Sponsor: Natasha Utterback

Office: E71

Meeting Day/Time: Mondays at 3:30 pm

Spectrum is a club dedicated to the LGBTQ+ community and their allies. We work to educate CCHS on LGBTQ+ issues and advocate for student needs. We are an inclusive group who meets to socialize and plan large events including the Break The Silence Dance, Trans Remembrance Day, Ally Week, The Day of Silence, among many others.

 Speech and Debate

Phone: 720-554-2216

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Speech and Debate

Sponsor: Marti Benham, Carlye Holladay, Emily Cave, Cari Erickson, Nick Panopoulos

Office:FA 625

Meeting Day/Time: TBD (Class time)

The Cherry Creek Speech and Debate Team is a competitive, co-curricular team that involves more than 260 students each year. The team participates in 20-22 local, regional, and national tournaments annually. The Cherry Creek Speech and Debate Team maintains the largest Colorado chapter of the National Forensics League, a national honor society. The Cherry Creek Speech and Debate Team ranks in the top ten nationally each year and is a continued recipient of the prestigious "NFL 500 Club Award.” Students enroll in Beginning Debate during the 9th or 10th grade year and may continue into an Advanced Speech and Debate class after completing Beginning Debate. Students may compete in up to twelve different events that highlight their talents and enhance their public speaking skills. Students may participate in Cross-Examination Debate, Lincoln Douglas Debate, or Public Forum Debate to improve and demonstrate their argumentation and research skills while debating matters of public policy or philosophy. Original Oratory allows students to prepare a memorized speech about a topic of their choice. Extemporaneous Speaking enhances public speaking skills while focusing on current national and international events. Interpretation events allow students to showcase their acting skills while performing literature that is dramatic, humorous, or poetic. Students may also participate in Duo Interpretation, which allows them to work with a partner to bring literature to life for the audience. Student Congress is a mock congress that affords students the opportunity to debate and discuss matters of current public policy.

 Steps to Success

Phone: 720-554-2520

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Steps to Success

Sponsor: Stephany Shadwell

Office: E202A

Meeting Day/Time: Wednesdays from 5-6:00 pm

Steps to Success is designed to guide students towards academic and personal success and growth. In this club students will gain knowledge of skills of organization, effective studying, time management, and in general how to be an exemplary student. Students will be able to apply these skills to their school work, assessments and homework.

 Step Club/Team

Phone: 720-554-2250

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Step Club/Team

Sponsor: Jenny Reevie

Office: Counseling

Meeting Day/Time: TBD from 3:45-5:30 pm

A community of diverse students that showcase a unique combination of step and hip hop dance.  Students in Step Club have the opportunity to use their authentic and artistic abilities through an expression of dance.  Step Club often performs at assemblies, football games and basketball games.  Step Club meets 2-3 times a week

Step Club Video

 Student Senate

Phone: 7205542390

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Student Senate

Sponsor: Krista Keogh and Dawn Baranek

Office: IC720

Meeting Day/Time: Tuesdays during 8th period

Student Senate is made up of 36 elected members and up to 8 honorary members. This group meets every day 8th period. Student Senate is the governing body of Cherry Creek HS and plans large school-wide events. They also bring student concerns and issues to the CCHS Administration.

 Tech Club

Phone: 720-554-2406

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Tech Club

Sponsor: Christy Street

Office: W429G

Meeting Day/Times: Mondays from 4-5:00 pm

Tech Club is an interactive group of students interested in programming, computer science, and all things technology! Here, students learn about a variety of coding concepts and have fun working alongside other club members to solve interesting puzzles and questions. We feature a nationally acclaimed program that participated in multiple competitions such as the American Computer Science League and the USA Computing Olympiad. Our meetings feature in-depth lessons for all levels, so even beginners have competed at the national level!

 Thespians (Drama Club)

Phone: 720-554-2306

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Thespians (Drama Club)

Sponsor: Alex Burkart

Office: FA653A

Meeting Day/Time: Thursdays at 4:45 pm

Cherry Creek High School's award-winning theater troupe. We produce four productions a year: a fall play, a Unified-Theater production, a musical, and a spring play. In addition, students compete on state and national levels with acting performance, musical theater performance, and technical theater. Opportunities are available for all students in performance and technical theater.

 UNICEF

Phone: 720-554-2438

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UNICEF

Sponsor: Joel Morris

Office: E202A

Meeting Day/Time: Mondays at 1:30 pm

We are service-based club connected with UNICEF -- the United Nations Children's Fund. We focus on children in our community and beyond, through education, volunteering, and fundraising projects that also engage the whole school!

UNICEF Video

 Union Street Journal

Phone: 720-554-2346

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Union Street Journal

Sponsor: Yoni Fine

Office:  E 203A

Meeting Day/Time: TBD 3:30-4:00 pm

The Union St. Journal is CCHS's official student news organization. Our quarterly newsmagazine and our website, unionstreetjournal.com, are entirely student-run. If you weren't able to enroll in the Journalism course, you can still join this club to contribute your writing, photography, art, or design to the USJ.

 Video Game Club

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Video Game Club

Sponsor: Megan Schnicke

Office: Elevation

Meeting Day/Time: TBD (Will be on Wednesdays)

The mission of Video Game Club is to provide the students of Cherry Creek High School with an opportunity to meet other students who like to play video games and play those (E-rated) video games in a safe and structured school environment. Video Game Club unites students of various different backgrounds, ages, and abilities around the shared love of video games!

 Yearbook Club

Phone: 720-554-2095

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Yearbook Club

Sponsor: Michelle Scott

Office: IC705

Meeting Day/Time: TBD

Yearbook Club gives students experience in print media publishing by creating the Creek yearbook. Students gain experience and use skills in interviewing, photography, design and writing creatively to create a book that captures the memories of our school year.

 Youth Advisory Board

Phone: 720-554-2353

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Youth Advisory Board

Sponsor: Michelyne Gray

Office: 800D Library

Meeting Day/Time: Mondays from 3:45-4:30

YAB is a volunteer leadership and community building club that promotes positive school culture and healthy living. YAB promotes its vision and mission through sponsoring school events such as Red Ribbon Week, Ethnic Fest & Global Awareness, and smaller events like Pi Day. The Compassion-in-Action Leadership Award is also sponsored by YAB. The club meets weekly and is open to all Creek students.