The 3 most popular extracurricular activities at Erie High School are FFA, KAYs, and Football. Erie High School is surrounded by the stereotypical rural America. FFA stands for Future Farmers of America. Approximately 40% of the student body at Erie High School is an active farmer or lives on an active farm. With this background, many students are active within Erie's FFA program. KAYs stands for Kansas Association for Youth. It is a more service oriented club within the school. Approximately 60% of the student body were active KAY members this past school year. Living in rural America, it is fairly obvious that football is one of the largest extracurriculars at EHS. It has the highest male participation percentage of all of the male sports offered at Erie. But you do not have to be a male to participate in football. Just head out to the field on a Friday night in fall and you will find the majority of the student body cheering for their favorite team: The Erie Red Devils. I would recommend any and all of the extracurriculars at Erie High School. Even though we do not have as many extracurriculars as your larger schools, we do have something for any one. And if we don't, why not start your own club. This past year, one girl started the first ever Erie High School Book Club. No matter what your interests, there is always some way for you to get involved at Erie High School.