Asked about: Provo High School

Which 3 extracurricular activities at Provo High School are most popular? Which extracurriculars would you recommend?


Anonymous, Student, Provo High School, Class of 2016

The three extracurricular activities at Provo High that are the most popular are sports (specifically football, tennis, and basketball), student government, and cultural clubs. I would definitely recommend student government, because it is very involved in every activity of the school, and cultural clubs because you learn a lot about your culture and get to celebrate it with people who share it with you.

Anonymous, Student, Provo High School, Class of 2016

I would say that Drama, Ballroom and Football are some of the most popular activities. I would definitely recommend Ballroom, as well as Swim Team and Choir

Anonymous, Student, Provo High School, Class of 2016

The most popular activities would be participation in Student Government, Football, or membership in the service group National Honors Society. I'd personally recommend soccer--it's my main extracurricular activity and I really enjoy it. But honestly there's so many options; do what you love best!

Anonymous, Student, Provo High School, Class of 2015

1)The Visual Arts: I highly recommend the art program with Mr. James Rees. Mr. Rees has been working at Provo High for twenty three years, and he loves to socialize with students and challenge them to do their very best in his program. He also informs students of special opportunities to help get your art into the world. 2) Drama: Our drama program, which is currently led by Mr. Rob Bauer and Mrs. Lisa Wygant. Has won numerous awards with the Shakesphere Festival and Region Drama. We have put on wonderful productions and sold out the house at our school. Our most popular productions that we have done include Les Miserables, Little Women, Midsummer's Night Dream, and Suessical. Mr. Bauer and Mrs. Wygant have demonstrated and brought out the talent in the students at Provo High, and work with them on a daily basis to ensure that they bring out the full potential in our students. 3) Our Choir program that is currently led by Mr. Kenneth Wiser has been working only for almost five years. With only teaching for so little, Mr. Wiser has led the program to earn perfect scores at festivals, competitions, and concerts every where that you go. The choir tour that was recently held in Colorado Springs, Colorado earlier this April was a grand success. Provo High School won every award there that they were eligible for. Talk about amazing! Mr. Wiser has influenced students by taking responsibility and ownership of themselves and their responsibilities in the program. He demonstrates that if you can talk you can sing. No one is talentless when it comes to singing. All it takes is the right mindset, dedication, and hard-work to help you become a better singer.

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