Clubs & Activities

SADD (Students Against Desctructive Descisions)

The mission of CBA’s Chapter of Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD) is to help students make positive decisions during high school and beyond. CBA SADD has remained one of the largest and most successful student groups in school history.

SADD holds regular meetings, typically two to three times per month, that focus on topics related to responsible teen decision-making. Recent topics have included: distracted driving, responsible social media use, teen depression & suicide, and underage alcohol abuse, among other discussions.

Aside from terrific group discussions, SADD participates in several community outreach events each year. The club is very active in fundraising efforts for local charities as well. One of the best events on the SADD calendar is the annual “Dinner for the Troops.” Held each December, the dinner honors Lt. Dennis W. Zilinski II ‘00, who was killed in action in 2005. The dinner raises money for the purchase of gift cards for deployed military members. In 2015, the event raised nearly $7,000, among the 230 guests.

Students can apply for membership at the beginning of the fall. SADD elects an executive board that consists of six officers and committee chairs. Those elected are introduced at an induction ceremony during the final SADD meeting of the school year. SADD has been moderated by Mr. Frake for the past five years.

At the end of yesterday's Freshmen Welcome Day, the Class of 2023 gathered for their first group picture as a CBA class!

We are confident these young men will leave a lasting impact on the Academy over the next four years!

#TheCBAWay

There are few, if any, high school traditions like the Heath Freshman Run.

Dating back to the Academy's first year, every student has participated in the Run, with over 200 new freshmen running the 1.3-mile course this morning.

More: https://t.co/vOw06Ck2U0
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In his four years at @CBALincroft, valedictorian Michael Sardella (Vanderbilt) took 13 AP courses and earned a score of 5 on all 13 AP exams. Wow.

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