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

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Anonymous, Student class of 2016

The most popular activities are first Stugo . A lot of people try to get in. Next would be the spanish club they have an amazing group and finally the 2017 club they have a lot of people there

Anonymous, Student, Alhambra High School, Class of 2016

Three most extracurricular activities i'am most popular with are volleyball, soccer, and i'am in the magnet program.

Anonymous, Student, Alhambra High School, Class of 2016

The most popular extracurricular activity at Alhambra would be Student Government, with 45 students in the club to help make the school better. Following would be the Spanish Club, where many students raise money throughout the school year to go to Puerto Rico. Another popular activity would be the Football team, with almost 60 students on the three divided teams (Varsity, Junior Varsity, and Freshmen.)

Anonymous, Student, Alhambra High School, Class of 2016

The 3 extracurricular activities that are more popular are football, soccer, and basketball. some extracurriculars that I would recommend would have to be cross country and soccer. I picked this two because not only is it fun being on a team but by running also helps your body as well as your mind.

Anonymous, Student, Alhambra High School, Class of 2015

key club, acadect, and avid. i would recommend acadect because it teaches students to be more prepared and smarter for the real world.

Anonymous, Student, Alhambra High School, Class of 2015

The most popular extracurricular activities at Alhambra High School include various sports, dance teams, service clubs, and Speech & Debate. The sports I joined were Volleyball, Basketball, and Track & Field. Tons of girls and guys try out for Volleyball, and it is definitely a rewarding experience with the tough coach and nicely designed gear. Dance teams have a family vibe, and radiate their successes with numerous amounts of awards and displays at school assemblies or pep rallies. I also joined a service club called LEO, standing for "Leadership, Experience, and Opportunity." Service clubs are prevalent among our high school, with many of them participating in friendly competitions to see who performs more service for the school, communities, and organizations outside. Speech & Debate is also very popular since they achieve many awards at competitions and have a reputation of producing many successful students campus wide.

Anonymous, Student, Alhambra High School, Class of 2016

  1. The dance teams. These teams for boys and girls called the "all-male team" and "drill team" respectively are terribly popular at Alhambra High School. When drill team performs wearing so little clothing that it can't be legal, the guys in the audience pretend to be modestly appreciative and observant but are actually dreaming of some seriously intense fantasies with the pretty girls that caught their attention (except of course for the one guy that somehow managed to get onto the team). When the all-male team stomps the stage with their explosion of back-flips, suspiciously suggestive hip pumps, and definitely suggestive butt-shakes, the girls in the audience scream the names of guys they wish they could be with. Everyone is in love with dancers and wish they could marry them. If any high school student has enough skills to make it and take it, then, becoming a dancer is what I recommend.

  2. The debate team. Students with a witty mind who like to pick an argument but can't do it on their teachers can unleash their rage on Alhambra High school's debate team. But what if you can't win a debate by sophisticated debate styles? Then you tell the opposing team to simply shut the hell up so things don't get any worse. Its that simple. But Alhambra High School's debate team actually has some debate gods that all other debaters look up to. These gods make it past state debates to the freaking nationals. Gods among mortals. The amazing thing is that high-schoolers who stumble over their own words should still join debate because then everyone will think they are smart just for being on the team. Even chubby couch potatoes who despise debating should join debate. Want to make the teacher share her muffin? Join the debate team, and she can't say no without getting crushed by a brilliant argument!

  3. The football team. Alhambra High School students who want to be insanely muscular should consider joining the football team even though it loses every game. The good thing is that they have gotten so bad that there is no pressure for them to win anymore!! The reason to join, however, is that every girl likes a beefy footballer. Put a football uniform over a typical guy, and he should become instantaneously more muscular and at least 2 times hotter. Even a guy without a uniform saying the words "I play football" deepens his voice and gives him a smoldering look. Girls can't resist!

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