Extra Curricular Activities
An important part of enjoying school years and growing socially comes from participation in extra-curricular activities. Island Christian School and Island Community Church offer a full variety of activities for Elementary and Junior/Senior High students.
All extra-curricular activities are chosen and conducted in accordance with the school purpose, emphasizing the development of Christ-likeness through obedience to Biblical principles.
This is open to students in grades 7-12 with an interest in art. Members participate in various service projects throughout the community, including face painting at major festivals, painting murals, and more.
Dive certified students will work with the Coral Restoration Project and other marine groups with regularly scheduled dives and snorkeling activities.
Affiliated with two Rotary Clubs in the Upper Keys, this student-led service organization that exists for the purpose of contributing to the well-being of the community and world through the many service opportunities made available.
Affiliated with the Key Largo Kiwanis Club, this student-led organization is open to students in 9th-12th grade interested in working on numerous service projects throughout the community. Students also have the opportunity to attend regional and district meetings with students in Key Clubs from around the state throughout the year.
This club allows the students to discover the great outdoors through many different activities, such as snorkeling, biking, hiking in the Everglades, and more!
Students will explore various Hispanic cultures by cultivating an appreciation for language, social customs, celebrations, food, and more.