STUDENT HONORARY ORGANIZATIONS (Application process required)
Honorary student organizations include:
- BLOCK Society: This organization is composed of students who have been acknowledged with a BLOCK for their service to peers and school, well-rounded involvement, enthusiasm and selfless concern for the common good. Requirements for membership are available from the BLOCK Society moderator. Spartan Blocks are presented to new BLOCK members at an end-of-the-year assembly.
- California Scholarship Federation (CSF): Students who take five solids and whose grades merit ten points, according to the CSF rating scale, are eligible for CSF membership, on a semester basis. Life membership is earned by the student who maintains semester membership for four semesters at ICA, one of which must be during her senior year. Life members are eligible to apply for CSF scholarships offered by many colleges. Members are encouraged to be peer tutors for a minimum of ten (10) hours per semester. A student with a semester D or F will be unable to maintain membership in CSF.
- CLIP: The Corporate Leadership Intern Program (CLIP) is an elite student leadership group representing ICA’s Corporate Work Study Program. Characteristics of a CLIP member include integrity, maturity, commitment, professionalism, and a positive attitude towards the work study program and ICA. CLIP members are ambassadors of the CWSP program for current and prospective students, parents and sponsors. CLIP members serve as role models for their fellow students and serve as a liaison between students and CWSP staff. New members are recognized at an end-of-year assembly.
- National Honor Society (NHS): Students who earn a 3.0 cumulative grade point average in the 10th, 11th or 12th grade, and meet the NHS criterion based on leadership, service, and character are eligible for membership. A student must be enrolled at ICA for at least one semester to be eligible. A member must maintain a 3.0 cumulative GPA to be a life member in NHS. Members are required to be peer tutors for a minimum of ten (10) hours per semester. A student may be removed if a semester grade is lower than a C-.