Student Activities

Student Activities

High School Extra-Curricular Activities

Becoming a well-rounded individual has long been recognized at Temple Christian High as an important part of the equation for success in today’s globalized environment. To ensure the personal development of our students, a variety of extra-curricular activities are provided through its clubs and sporting teams.


Temple Christian High’s clubs and organizations include:

Temple Christian School Key Club

Key Club

The Key Club is a non-profit organization that was birthed out of the Kiwanis Club of Nassau A.M. It is committed to:

What do we do?

Key Club members also lend a helping hand to those who need it. They understand the importance and significance of leadership, so they train our club members in this field. They teach them the value of authority and the principles of exemplary leadership. One of their many themes is, “With great power, comes great responsibility.” As leaders, who will be entering the world on their own one day, they work together to develop character and build self-confidence.

They have witnessed how members, after talking to one another about the things that they have gone through, have really built up their confidence levels so much so that they have become more socially responsible and sure of themselves.

Key Club members do not take this task lightly. As members, they learn how to achieve their dreams and goals. Before students graduate from Temple Christian High, they understand what Club members stand for: Character, Leadership, Academics, and Service (C.L.A.S.).

Junior Achievement (JA)

JA is a youth organization sponsored by the Ministry of Youth and the country’s business community. It seeks to develop youth creativity and teaches high school students the principles of business by helping them establish and run their own companies.


To participate, the following requirements apply:


Temple Christian High Prefect Body

Prefects are chosen each year from grades eleven (11) and twelve (12) to assist teachers in various supervisory duties on a daily basis, particularly on campus and during Chapel services. Prefects must be familiar with school rules and exhibit positive attitudes. They have the authority to write up Discipline/Referral forms for infractions that contravene school rules.

High School Prefects


Serving as a prefect is considered an honor. It does much to encourage and develop positive and responsible attitudes/behaviors.  All prefects must fulfill the following criteria:

The Administration and Prefect Committee make the final selection of all Student Council leaders and prefects.

We encourage all of our students to take full advantage of the opportunities afforded them by becoming active members of our clubs and sporting teams.