Which 3 extracurricular activities at Alexander W Dreyfoos Junior School of the Arts are most popular? Which extracurriculars would you recommend?

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Anonymous, Student, Alexander W Dreyfoos Junior School of the Arts, Class of 2016

The main extracurricular activity that I am involved in is the International Thespian Society--a group of performers dedicated to theatre and competition. I annually attend the District Festival to compete with my performances. I am also involved in Thespian Student Government in my theatre troupe and help raise money for Broadway Cares: Equity Fights AIDS.

Anonymous, Student, Alexander W Dreyfoos Junior School of the Arts, Class of 2016

Since this is an arts school, any extracurricular in whatever major you're in is most popular. Visual arts kids go to figure drawing club, communications kids stay after to work on their newspaper and yearbook, theatre kids stay after to work on their production's scenes. However, anyone can participate in sports. Swimming, soccer and tennis are probably the most poular, after majpr-related activities. I'd reccomend any of the clubs, to be honest, though as a visual major I absolutely love figure-drawing club.

Anonymous, Student, Alexander W Dreyfoos Junior School of the Arts, Class of 2016

The most popular extracurriculars that Dreyfoos has are our magazine, The Muse, our swim team, and our figure drawing club. I would recommend joining The Muse, because it requires dedication and love of teamwork, joining Ukulele Club, because it is casual, fun and a great way to meet new friends. Being dedicated to your art form also counts as an extracurricular, because if you put in extensive time and effort, it will reflect in your art. A lot of students, including myself, spend many days after school working on their art.

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