After-School Clubs Getting Students Involved


JOIN THE CLUB: Juniors Kylee Dugger, Dakoda Hutchinson Anna Altobell, and sophomore Catie Nichols all see after-school clubs as a great way to get involved and make new friends.

Sadie Erickson, staff writer

After-school clubs like drama club, art club, League of Legend, Dungeons and Dragons, and Model UNspeech and have been going on since the first wee of school.

Although the school has more clubs now than ever, some students see the need for even more clubs future. Clubs like these help students express themselves while developing their hobbies and doing what they love. Juniors Kylee Dugger, Dakoda Hutchinson, Anna Altobell, and sophomore Catie Nichols all belong to clubs and have their opinions about them.

“After school clubs are a great idea.They allow students to spend more time doing things that they enjoy as well as learning new things,” said junior Kylee Dugger.

Junior Dakoda Hutchinson said, “I think they are a fun experience, but personally I think that some of the people who have jobs might not have time for them, but then again, they can make time depending on the kind of clubs.”

Junior Anna Altobell sees clubs as a great way to form new friendships and adds, “In the future, I think some variety in our after-school clubs would be a good idea.”

“I think clubs are a good way of keeping people involved and showing true skills or learn new skills,” said sophomore Catie Nichols.

After-school clubs are growing in number and popularity. Plus, they are always welcoming of new members. Join a club and build forever friendships that will last a lifetime.