Extracurricular Activities

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Extracurricular Activities 2017-06-07T04:18:48+00:00

Students can watch basketball, baseball, track, tennis, volleyball, and soccer on TV, or they can really enjoy them by joining their school team. Not into team sports? How about: French club, student council, radio, honor society, yearbook, chess club, drumlin, drama, Science, choir, or dance club?

Here are some basics and benefits of getting involved.

What Are the Benefits of Extracurricular Activities?

So what’s in it for the students? They get to explore their physical, creative, social, political, and career interests with like-minded people. They’ll find friends: Trying something different may bring them in contact with people they didn’t know who share their interests and curiosity.

They can get involved with groups as a way to get support from other students with their background.

A club or group also can be a great way to meet people who are different from them. Lots of youth programs bring people together with those who are different as a way to break down the barriers between people.

Participating in extracurricular activities helps them in other ways, too: Specific activities help with specific goals! Students get to know what their interests are and get to grow and better their interests more.

Art Activities embedded in the school curriculum from classes of Kindergarten up to 6th grade as follows:

  1. Music
  2. Drama
  3. Art

Optional Art Activities through after school activities

  1. Ballet
  2. Dabkeh
  3. Drama