Which 3 extracurricular activities at Presbyterian Christian School are most popular? Which extracurriculars would you recommend?


Anonymous, Student, Presbyterian Christian School, Class of 2016

The three most popular are Beta Club, Future Business Leaders of America, and Linguistics Club. Among the three, I would recommend the Linguistics Club. The Linguistics Club's prior goal is to help students learn more about their interested foreign country's culture and language. The club meets two times a week after school hours, and each member must learn five new vocabulary words per week. This club promotes determination and endurance. Studying a new language is not easy whatsoever, so the sponsor would like for each member to expand their studying throughout their week and weekends. Club members interact and help each other with the best of their abilities. They help expand their knowledge with one another and teach new things. The club would have music sessions when we would listen to foreign music and list words that we understand. The special initiation and ceremony involve the flying-kite ceremony. Each member will bring his or her own kite to celebrate the arrival of the new member. Overall, Linguistics Club has been one of my best experience so far. I made many new friends and learned so much about the Korean culture and hangul. I would rate this extracurricular activity 10 out of 10!

Anonymous, Student, Presbyterian Christian School, Class of 2016

The three most popular extracurricular activities are Sr. Beta, National Art Honor Society, and Future Business Leaders of America. These three clubs allow the students to get involved with the community and become hands on with all types of people. Students in the ninth through twelfth grades who are in good academic standing can join the clubs. Service projects in the clubs range from making Christmas cards for Veterans to feeding the homeless at the local shelter. I recommend the extracurriculars involved with service, because students get to make a difference in their community. Some of the best experiences of my life have been working with these clubs and getting to serve those around me.

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