The UBCS Student Council consists of 9th-12th Graders voted on by their peers to represent their classmates with special events at the school. The Council helps decide on spirit week themes and school camp activities. They also organize the “See You at the Pole” prayer rally in the fall and the High School Social in the Spring. Student Council members also coordinate various chapel services throughout the school year.
Keystone Christian Honor Society
The Keystone Christian Honor Society honors those students who excel not only academically, but also in character and spiritual qualities which honor God and have a positive influence on the rest of the student body. The Upper Bucks Christian School chapter creates enthusiasm for Christian Character, scholarship, service, and leadership. Honor Society students must maintain their academic level and testimony, and be actively serving through various means. They often aid students who ask for extra help with their studies. They assist with several programs at school and serve as hosts and hostesses for a variety of events such as Grandparents’ Day and Open House. Anyone who visits UBCS for any of these or other special events has probably been greeted by a member of the Honor Society. They also participate in outside organizations to help with fundraisers and serve in the community with Worthwhile Wear and Crossroads Pregnancy Care.
UBCS Senior Class
Our 12th grade class also has a vital part in our school. They are responsible for our hot lunch program and run fundraisers to help pay for their senior class trip. These students also spend time with our elementary students in their chapels and help with student tours.
Our High School students have various opportunities throughout the year to serve in the community. Students have served in Crossroad Pregnancy Care’s Walk4Life, Children’s Developmental Center, Worthwhile Wear and “The Well,” along with various other local organizations. Involvement includes running games at some events or just helping with lawn care and maintenance. We appreciate all that the community offers, and we want to show our students the importance of getting involved!