Activities are available for students of all ages at Miami Christian School.
Elementary students participate in a number of field trips, merit days, and on campus activities, such as Hispanic Heritage Week, Dr. Seuss’ Birthday, 100th Day of School, Crazy Hat Day, and field days. They are involved in community service with the organic garden, which supports an orphanage, and other school-wide service activities such as Operation Christmas Child, Pennies for Patients, etc.
Middle School students enjoy off campus field trips and merit days. They organize an Earth Day Fair for the elementary students, and also participate in community service activities, such as feeding the homeless with a variety of organizations. They take an annual trip to Teen Valley Ranch. They often work on academic projects which are showcased to the other students at the school, such as Black History Month and Hispanic Heritage Month. Extracurricular clubs are offered including the National Junior Honor Society.
High School students participate in two extracurricular clubs each school year, and may also be in National Honor Society and the National Beta Club. Clubs may change annually based on student interest, but there is a wide array to choose from, including Japanese Animation, Chess, Future Educators of America, Drama and Debate. Generally, at least one trip per year is taken to Teen Valley Ranch, and the Seniors enjoy a separate class trip. High school students also have the opportunity to compete in academic competitions, and to take field trips, such as the annual FIU Engineering Expo. A publications/yearbook course is also available.
Extracurricular activities are available for all students in bands and instrumental groups, vocal performance groups, and art. Miami Christian School also offers school-wide activities wherein all students participate collectively. One such activity is the “Hour of Code”, a nationwide event during which schools have all their students (elementary through high school) complete an hour of engineering code online. Another such activity is the statewide “Million Minute Read Week, students of varying ages are placed in groups of five or six, and take turns reading books out loud to each other, contributing to the State goal of a million minutes of reading.