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


Anonymous, Student, Absegami High School, Class of 2017

Tennis and volleyball are the very popular sports in Absegami High School. Interact club is a excellent club.

Anonymous, Student, Absegami High School, Class of 2016

The three most popular extracurricular activities at Absegami are the football team, class council, and the crew team. I would recommend the girl's tennis team, swim team, and Interact. I am currently a varsity member of the girl's tennis team.

Anonymous, Student, Absegami High School, Class of 2016

The 3 most popular extracurricular activities at Absegami are the marching band (multiple-time state champs), the football team, and the crew team. Our marching band is the pride of our school. They work hard, compete in nationwide competitions, and overall put up a great show. The football is obviously one of our top activities. Their games attract most of the school, and is the chief spot where we can exhibit our school spirit (and hot cheerleaders)against the opposing establishment (plus the marching band performs during them). And our school has different rituals and items for before and after games (bonfires, banners, t-shirts advertising the games) A great number of athletes, whether in another sport or not, are on the crew teams (boys/girls). They receive a lot of recognition and travel around the nation. They also form huge groups of friends. I would recommend the swim team (of which I am a part of). You don't have to be a good swimmer to join, and, since our team is not that big, you'll feel like you're a part of a family. It is a lot of fun (and good exercise). Yes, it is hard work (two hours everyday after school). Yes, we practice early every Saturday morning. Yes, our school doesn't have a pool, so we have to go swim thirty minutes away in a unhealthy pool. Yes, we lose most of the time (we have less swimmers, we don't have a pool to practice in all year). However, Absegami swimmers do not care about winning; they care about improving their individual times. And unlike other teams, if we work hard for many practices, the coaches will reward us with fun pool games such as "sharks and minnows", and "I love my coach" (created by the coaches). As I've previously stated, we become a family, carpooling back home after practice, holding numerous exciting pasta parties, taking part in an amazing Christmas time breakfast at a restaurant, and fundraising for such things as trips, equipment, and charity. And you don't have to be the best swimmer on the team to be well- respected. I certainly wasn't the best swimmer, and yet, my determination earned me the position of team captain this past year). Anything is possible.

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