Which 3 extracurricular activities at Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy are most popular? Which extracurriculars would you recommend?

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Anonymous, Student, Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy, Class of 2016

With each person, the most popular extracurricular activities vary, but there are always three that they say: Sports, Music and Service. At my school, these three are interchangeable and can do two of the three at the same time. Almost one half the student body plays at least one sport and is not just for a PE credit, but for their love of the game. CHCA is not a high division school, but we are still able to play against those teams and be proud of the outcome. Our athletic department does an amazing job of planning the schedule around fine arts. In each of our performance groups whether that is choir or one of the bands, you can see a liner backer or a soccer player. At most schools, you have to choose what you passion is and only do that passion, but that is one thing I absolutely love about my school. You can do whatever you want, even if that is playing a sport for the first time or learning to play an instrument. The biggest extracurricular activity at my school is defiantly be service. Even though, it is required to have 120 to graduate, most kids surpass that. Everything we do at school, is some kind of service, whether people realize it or not. Within the first two years, you could easily be at 200 hours. At the school we have over 30 service groups that meet either weekly or twice a year. There is something for every schedule and interest. I would defiantly recommend these three extracurricular because they not only let you enjoy your passions, but you are able to explore others and be involved in so many different things.

Anonymous, Student, Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy, Class of 2016

The most popular extracurriculars seem to be sports (almost everyone plays; especially popular are football, basketball, and swimming), musical theater, and community service (which is technically required but lots of people go above and beyond the requirements). I'd recommend musical theater because it has something for everything--you can get out of your comfort zone and sing and act, or you can learn new skills working behind the scenes. I'd also highly recommend SOS (student-organized service), because it's a great way to get involved and give back and is also lots of fun.

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