Clubs/After School Programs

Students are encouraged to participate in a variety of extracurricular activities that are available for them. Extracurricular activities are educational activities not falling within the scope of the regular curriculum.  

Contact the Cedar View office staff for more information.

Cedar View ChorusTop of Page

We are proud to offer the Cedar View Chorus for grades 4 and 5; a 60 member choir. To become a member of this group, a student must audition for Mr. Shutes. An audition will consist of singing an unaccompanied piece of music ranging in time from 30 seconds to 3 minutes, as well as an oral response as to why the student wants to be in the choir. The Cedar View Chorus will perform several times throughout the year. The group will perform in December and May. There may also arise opportunities for other performances and parents will be notified ASAP of these performances.


Cedar View Chorus Audition InformationTop of Page

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Girls on the RunTop of Page

This 24-lesson curriculum is designed for 3rd – 5th grade girls to create awareness their individual strengths and talents as well as celebrating their inner selves! Twice a week meetings combine training for a 5k run with lessons that inspire them to recognize. The culminating event of the 12-week season is the opportunity for the girls to participate in a non-competitive 5K running event. For most of the girls, this is the first time that they have ever attempted a physical goal of this magnitude and completion of the 5k provides an incredible feeling of strength and a real sense of accomplishment.

Mission Statement:  We inspire girls to be joyful, healthy and confident using a fun, experience-based curriculum which creatively integrates running.

Camp BlodgettTop of Page

The programs offers mentoring, tutoring and encompasses a variety of other things including recreation. Camp Blodgett is open to students that go to Cedar Springs Public School for 4th and 5th grades.

Student Leadership CouncilTop of Page

Student Leadership Council is a core group of students who represent the entire student body.  Some of the benefits of being an SLC member include:


·         Excellent leadership experience and serving as a voice for their peers.

·         Using service projects as the bridge between the leadership team and the student body while representing the interests and opinions of the students.

·         Opportunities to attend leadership meetings and support relationship building among all students as well as between students and staff.

·        Gain experience with planning of on-site social events.

·         Provide for the exchange of ideas and dialogue.

·         Gather advice and perspectives on decisions while gaining reasoning and critical thinking abilities.