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

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Anonymous, Student, Century High School, Class of 2016

Three activities that are most popular (at least ones that I have gotten involved in before) are National Honors Society, Varsity sports, and Fellowship of Christian Athletes

Anonymous, Student, Century High School, Class of 2016

The three most popular extracurricular activities in Century High are ASB (Associated Student Body), The Inside Scoop (a student broadcasting station), and SSA (Safe School Ambassadors). ASB is a great way to learn how to lead a large group of people, and in this case, they are governing the students. They are responsible for running student assemblies, field trips, and especially senior activities. Concerning with The Inside Scoop, this elective requires film-making and speaking skills. There's no denying that reporting live to the entire school is an entertaining activity! SSA allows students to make a difference and prevent bullying through awareness videos, fundraising for a cause, and other enjoyable activities. However, I recommend joining Key Club International, a student-led organization that strives to support third world countries who suffer from various diseases. This includes harmful cases of Pediatric Trauma and Maternal/Neonatal Tetanus. We raise numerous fundraisers to donate toward organizations that will pay for a cure and save thousands of lives. I also recommend joining Journalism, an eye-opening club that allows a team of students to create their own newspaper and distribute it throughout the school. The process of interviewing teachers, students, and even people of the community is quite inspiring, and it's even more fun to write down local news in your own articles!

Anonymous, Student, Century High School, Class of 2016

Track and Field, Drama Club, and the SGA are the most popular. However, to be a well-rounded individual, mentally and physically, I recommend the tennis team, the SGA (or the Debate Team), and Drama Club.

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