Which 3 extracurricular activities at Champlin Park Senior High School are most popular? Which extracurriculars would you recommend?

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Anonymous, Student, Champlin Park Senior High School, Class of 2017

The top 3 extracurricular at Champlin Park High School tend to be; Football, Lacrosse, and the various plays that go on at my school. I recommend, personally, Cross Country and Swimming; this is because these are 2 sports that I am very involved in.

Anonymous, Student, Champlin Park Senior High School, Class of 2016

The most popular extracurricular activities are boys football, boys basketball, and girls volleyball. I recommend all three as they are very exciting to play and are super entertaining to watch! Our school definitely gets amped about sports events and you can always feel the school spirit!

Anonymous, Student, Champlin Park Senior High School, Class of 2015

I would recommend Student Council I was in it since freshman year, it was a nice experience. Track and Football are really popular at CPHS.

Anonymous, Student, Champlin Park Senior High School, Class of 2015

I would say that the 3 most popular extracurricular activities at school are: Choir, Foods and Nutrition, and Power Volleyball.

I would recommend taking any instrumental classes. When I first entered CPHS as a Freshman, I didn't expect to be in choir. I actually hated choir due to horrible experiences in Elementary school. However, my Mom highly encouraged and pushed me to take the class for at least a year, challenging me to meet new people and learning what choir was truly about. On the other hand, if my choir teacher wasn't awesome, I probably wouldn't have enjoyed much of choir. The instrumental teachers at CPHS are truly talented, motivational, and kind people. As a student who takes rigorous classes, music has taught me to balance my academic life. Going home to study every night truly wears you down, but every time I come back to school for Choir, it gives me a sense of rest and peace. Over the 4 years of choir, I've enjoyed the many people I've met. The students in my choir are truly brilliant and talented students. Statistically, it's even proven that students who take music classes are smarter. This I would say, is due to the amount of work we put in to balance our academic schedule alongside our extracurricular activities. Once again, I personally encourage students to be involved in music. Music is a great blessing in life and it's such a great opportunity to have in high school.

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