As the Academy of Health Sciences at Prince George's Community College is primarily focused on the health sciences for future career choices of the students who attend the high school, with advanced education as a main focus of the school, there are not any common extracurricular activities at the Academy. Activities such as playing a musical instrument or playing a sport will not be found at the Academy, but students could participate in these activities in another environment if their schedule allows them to. However, there are clubs and organizations at the Academy that the students who attend can participate in as a substitute for extracurricular activities. These clubs and organizations include Student Leadership, National Honor Society, Chinese Club, HOSA, Verses and Flow, Environthon, Mathematics Club, and Media Club. In my opinion, the organizations that are the most popular are the Student Leadership, HOSA, and the Mathematics Club. These clubs are available to any student at the Academy to participate in, and I believe they are some of the most engaging of clubs at the Academy. The Student Leadership club, for example, usually focuses on an aspect in society to repair (such as poverty), and projects can be completed to work towards the goal. The Student Leadership is also the club that I would recommend because of its engaging activities and assistance of building leadership in an individual. It is a club that does not require any specific skills; the power of school-wide teamwork is what keeps the club strong.
I would also recommend the Mathematics Club because not only will it help in improving math skills, but assistance can be requested for more difficult math problems. The Mathematics Club includes engaging online math skill-building, and monthly math testings. Overall, although there are no extracurricular activities found at a typical high school at the Academy of Health Sciences, there are a multitude of choices of clubs for a student to participate in at the Academy for life-building skills.