Extracurricular Activities
Chess Club
Chess Club is offered on a rotating basis to all students K-8. Students learn fundamental (and advanced ) chess skills and play against each other to hone their skills. In the upper grades, students participate in a chess competition hosted in Prescott, Arizona.

Culture Club

Middle grade students in Culture Club learn about various cultures around the world. Etiquette lessons are also embedded in the program. Students every year focus on a specific area and develop understanding of other cultures and social skills through the program.

STEAM/Drama Club
Students learn how to sing and perform in this action-packed class. STEAM Drama Club includes a STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math) focus. Enriched STEAM vocabulary is evident in the plays produced.

Scrapbooking Club
This club is offered to middle school students. The art of scrapbooking is explored and developed. Students create personalized scrapbooks as well as learn techniques to enhance display of memories.

Yearbook
The Congress Elementary School Yearbook is created using a web-based program offered through Lifetouch Inc. Interested  6th - 8th grade students work on the yearbook throughout the 1st and 2nd trimester. The students are exposed to digital photography, page design and are responsible for producing assigned pages within a given time frame. Some of the students take on extra responsibility as either Editor or Treasurer.

Athletics
Congress Elementary School sponsors several athletic teams depending upon the interest of the students and the availability of volunteer coaches. During different years the following sports have been offered: Volleyball, Cheerleading, Basketball, Soccer, and Softball. Games are scheduled with other small rural schools. Good sportsmanship and participation for all is the focus.

Student Council, Health Council, and Anti-Bully Committee
A student council is organized each year with elections held for the office of President, Vice President, Treasurer, and Secretary.  Each grade level, 6th through 8th, choose a student council representative.  The council does various fund raisers, service projects, and sponsors student dances/movie nights. Health Council also organizes every year and collaborates with the local Congress Health Council. They support and organize various activities, host fundraisers, and also support health instruction at the school. The Anti-Bully Committee is made of one student from each classroom. Anti-Bully Representatives act to assist students, provide feedback and ideas on anti-bully efforts, and educate others on anti-bullying.
 
Catalina Island Marine Institute Trip, YMCA Camp Trip, and AstroCamp Trip:
Three field trips are offered to Middle School students on a rotating schedule.
CIMI is located in Catalina Island, California. It is an educational institute that provides hands-on learning experiences for participating students. These hands-on experiences include snorkeling in the ocean, terrestrial hikes, plankton lab, invertebrate lab, fish lab, shark lab, ocean kayaking, astronomy and night adaptation. 
YMCA Camp is located in Prescott, Arizona. Students participate in various outdoor activities. These include ropes course training, repelling, lake and canoe experience, and orienteering.
AstroCamp is located in Idylwood, California. It is a camp nestled in the mountains. Students learn about Astrology, orienteering, and aquatics and sports activities are also included.