Clubs / Teams / Societies


Killian Hill Christian School maintains a chapter of the National Honor Society® for its senior high students and the National Junior Honor Society® for junior high students. Each of the honor societies has minimum induction requirements. Academic standards for the National Junior Honor Society (grades 7-9) require that students maintain a 90% semester average with no semester grade below 80%. In order to be inducted into the National Honor Society (grades 10-12), students are required to have a 3.50 semester GPA with no semester grade below 80%, including any AP courses. Additionally, a senior qualifying for initial induction into the SH Honor Society following the fall semester is also required to have a 3.25 or better cumulative GPA to qualify. Semester grade evaluations are based only on grades earned in grades 7-12 at Killian Hill Christian School. In addition to academic standards, character evaluations will be made in the areas of scholarship, leadership, service, honesty, cooperation, responsibility, humility, submissiveness, and consideration. Teachers evaluate students, and nominations for induction are made to the administrative panel, which reviews evaluations and makes final judgments on induction or retention in the Honor Society. Evaluation and inductions are held in January and August based on the grades and performance in the preceding semester. Students must complete a minimum number of service hours each semester to remain eligible.




  • Aspiring Healthcare Professionals

This club exists to provide insight into different professions and specialties that our underclassmen may want to go into/ learn more about.

  • Art Club

This club exists to teach how to take ideas and share them through art. The club is also a place for artistic/creative people to enjoy their passion and learn more about it.

  • Chess Club

This club exists to teach and cultivate skills in the fun game of chess as well as provide an inviting space for students to gather, connect, and retreat from the stress of school life for a brief moment in the day. Chess is a great game that teaches focus, time management, prioritization, and strategic thinking.

  • Debate Club

This club exists to teach students how to do policy debate. This club teaches them critical thinking skills such as analyzing evidence, using it to support their point, and being able to communicate that point effectively.

  • Musical Theatre Club

This club exists to allow students to learn and practice acting and singing through Musical Theatre techniques ranging from directing, script work, singing, acting, costume designing, and more.

  • Student Government

           This club exists to assist the school with activities and events while supporting the school culture.

  • Writing Club

           This club exists to strengthen and cultivate writing talent in all its members.


Club Offerings for Elementary School Students

Staffed by faculty members and parent/grandparent volunteers, various opportunities to enrich the body, mind, and spirit are available after school in the fall to all elementary school students. Recent club offerings have included Understanding God’s Work in the Gospel, Bible Memory, Competition Math, Family Feud, Running Club, Gardening, Games and Puzzles, and Fun with Food.

Our club offerings for elementary school students are subject to change annually, guided by the interests and requests of our students, as well as the expertise and passion of our dedicated club teachers. This dynamic approach ensures that our students have the chance to explore a diverse range of activities that align with their developing interests and the school’s commitment to holistic education.