Extra-curricular activities are an important part of a student’s school career. Not only do these activities help to enrich children’s lives, but college applications become more attractive when they are filled with music, sports, clubs, and community service. To encourage students to join these clubs, and help them decide which ones are best suited to their likes and their skills, the middle and high school held fairs to showcase the options.  With samples of the work they create, such as the high school literary magazine Perspective, and the middle school newspaper, The Voice, students were able to see exactly what they would do by joining. Club members and faculty advisors were on-hand to answer questions as well.

The best part of joining is the fun and friendships!