I have been in a few school activities. One of the main activities that I have been involved in is Color guard. Since my sophomore year, I have been on the guard and participating in all of the competitions with the band. It is a great way to get involved, make new friends, and create new experiences. I am also in my school’s National Honor Society which is an organization that consists of the top academic scholars. We do volunteer work and do activities that display integrity. We have done blood drives as well as packaged food for Kids Against Hunger. That is another organization that people can do to help package food for children across seas that don’t have any source of nourishment. I am an active thespian which is a group of sorts that is dedicated to the fine arts. I have been one since my freshmen year and have been either stage manager or assistant stage manager for two plays and three musicals. My junior year as well as this year I was involved in National
In addition of these qualities, I am an active participant within the extracurriculars in my school. While in 9th grade, and 10th grade, I participated in many activities, as indicated in the packet attached to this essay. And, outside of school, I enjoy going to piano and art lessons. Through the collected efforts of these activities, I have gained crucial knowledge and other attributes that helped me contribute to society, and to become a better leader.
Admittedly, I don’t participate in any extra curricular activities outside of school. I’m not very good at sports, (hand-eye coordination? Ha, no) but I am surprisingly good at archery, so when I gather up the energy to drag my target out of storage I spend a lot of time doing that. I lost a lot of arrows in the grass last summer though, if anybody wants to make a donation. I listen to music and learn some dances and stuff, too, but the details are embarrassing so I don’t talk
As a student at Central I’ve done many activities, some in school, some out of school. Activities that I’ve done at Central include; volleyball, cheer, basketball, track and dance crew for the school’s play. Outside of school I’ve done softball, dance and helping with little kids at dance. When I do activities I am very committed to it. For example during basketball season I didn’t miss a single game and went to every practice. Also, whenever I do an activity I work very hard at it and spend time outside of practices, games and performances to become better at it. I feel that this will help me be a good member for MJHS since it will take time and effort to get hours in.
The only extracurricular activity I am a part of as of now, is Key club. I am an active member and commit approximately 20 hours of community service a semester. In Middle School I was a part of NJHS, Student Congress, and WEB (middle school equivalent to Link Crew). Within the next year, I plan on joining NHS as well as Link Crew.
I did not list any activities because I am a student that receives my education from multiple sources. I attend classes at my local high school, George Wythe and also at Wytheville Community College. In addition, some of my course work is taught on line and the professor is telecast to our computers. I am a member of National Honor Soceity through my accaemics at the high school, but I also am a member of Phi Theata Kappa through the community college. I have been able to obtain two honor society memberships since I am a dual enrollment student. However, I have participate in many academic and extracurricular activities. I have amassed numerous amounts of knowledge which will assist me in my future endeavors. I have accrued hundreds of
Throughout the duration of my high school career, I have participated in a multitude of various extracurricular activities including Varsity volleyball, club volleyball, National Honor Society, Key Club, and Mathletes. I believe that I have involved myself in this wide range of activities in order to enjoy the company of individuals who appreciate the importance of both academics and athletics as much as I do. Personally, academics have always been a top priority of mine as a result of my parents placing such a significant importance on grades as a child. Consequently, I have participated in organizations such as National Honor Society and Mathletes where I surround myself with others similar to myself that follow a certain academic standard.
I’ve participated in 3 sports teams since freshman year. I tried out for and joined Cross-Country in August of 2015 and was put on the Freshman-Sophomore team. This year I made it to the 2016 IHSA 2A Cross Country Sectional Champions. I tried out for and joined the women’s basketball team in October of 2015 and this year I was nominated for and became captain of the Junior Varsity team. I tried out for and joined Track & Field in March of 2015 and I have been on the Varsity team since freshman year. I participate in the 100 and 200 meter dashes, low and high hurdles, long jump, triple jump, and shot put. I made it to the 2017 Indoor City Championships for long and triple jump. I am in Key Club, African-Culture and Dance, Recycling Club, Science Olympiad, and Latin Honor Society.
I have been involved in many activities through my high school years. I ran cross country for 4 years then became a manager, which means I still ran at practice but at meets I helped the coaches with various things. I’ve been playing softball since I was 5 and have always loved it. From fifth to twelfth grade I have been on student council and working to make our school a better place. This year I became the vice president of National Honor Society. Getting to work with the community and helping with NHS has changed my life.
As I worked my way through middle school, I would have never imagined that I would be as involved as I am today. From academic clubs like Science Olympiad and Robotics to service clubs like National Honor Society, Student Council and Key Club, my involvement in extracurriculars has been a positive challenge in a variety of ways. Key club in particular has pushed me to improve my community, expand my social life and prepare me for my future after high school.
Hello my name is Hannah Hagen, I go to Saint Rose Catholic School. In less than a year I hopefully will be attending Paso Robles High School. I want to participate in the magazine club; I always have loved to interact with others and I love to do creative writing. In my school I give input on each subject, I’m a very vocal person. While others might view that as a negative trait but I think that it is very good to speak your mind and voice your opinion. I volunteer at the local food shelter and feed the hungry. I also participate in volleyball and basketball. I’ve been playing sports my whole life and plan to play different kinds. At my school I participate in the technology program; it is one of my favorite
All my life, I have done many extracurricular activities. I have been in band since 3rd grade and in addition, to learning guitar and bass I am learning to play violin. I joined the Green Team in 5th grade and have volunteered countless times, whether it was a beach cleanup or helping to build my school’s new garden. Even with all of those activities, I still have maintained a GPA of 4.0 all throughout middle school, had fives on all my FSAs, and have always been in the highest academic class. I cou1d, for example I am taking geometry, a high school level class. I have also received a reward for 4th place in the wind power event for Science Olympiad at Florida Atlantic University.
The activities that i'm involved in, inside of school are Marching Band. The Albert Lea High School Marching Band is during the summer and lasts about a week. It’s a blast and I meet new friends, also 8th Graders are allowed to do marching band and us upper kids help them with marching and memorizing the music. I also do regular Band class here at school. I play the Flute and are now learning how to play the Tuba, during the marching band season I do Drumline. I use to play softball and volleyball. Softball wasn’t the greatest, I mean getting hit in the face with softballs isn’t fun, other than that I had a great time and games and the girls on my team were the nicest. I played volleyball for 3 years. I had to skip a year of volleyball to plan my Quinceanera. This year, my sophomore year, I tried out for volleyball. Sadly I didn’t make it. Even though i was bummed out, I learned to cope with it.
Hi, I’m Emily Margolis! You may know me from different extra clubs around school. I try to involve myself in varied extracurricular activities, like SGA, for school spirit, FBLA, for competition, Junior Advisory, for prom, and Track, as a sport. I spent a lot of time in high school gaining community service through Key Club, Beta Club, and by volunteering at pet shelters and the library. Before I joined Track, I devoted many years to karate and became a second degree black belt. This helped me develop leadership skills, discipline, and patience. At the beginning of this year, I became the Junior Class Advocate.