School Based Activities
Our afterschool program is a structured and supervised initiative designed to provide students with additional educational, recreational, and social opportunities outside of regular school hours. These programs typically take place on our school premises and offer a variety of activities to enhance a child's learning experience and personal development. They may include academic support, homework assistance, enrichment classes, sports, arts and crafts, music, drama, and other engaging pursuits. Afterschool programs serve as a safe and nurturing environment where children can further explore their interests, develop new skills, build friendships, and receive guidance from qualified staff members.
Our afterschool program runs from the month of October to May.
The National Junior Honor Society (NJHS) is an organization that recognizes and promotes academic achievement, leadership, service, citizenship, and character among middle school students in the United States. It is designed to honor students who have demonstrated excellence in these areas and encourage them to continue their commitment to these values. NJHS members participate in various community service projects, engage in leadership development activities, and uphold high standards of integrity and responsibility. Overall, the National Junior Honor Society aims to cultivate well-rounded individuals who will become positive contributors to society.
Girl Scouts is a renowned organization that aims to empower and educate young girls, helping them develop crucial life skills, leadership abilities, and a strong sense of community engagement. Through various programs and activities, Girl Scouts promotes personal growth, teamwork, and social responsibility. It provides a supportive environment where girls can explore diverse interests, earn badges, participate in community service, and build lifelong friendships. By fostering courage, confidence, and character, Girl Scouts plays a vital role in shaping the next generation of strong, capable, and compassionate women.
Cub Scouts is a youth organization that aims to provide character development, outdoor experiences, and learning opportunities for young boys and girls. It is a program designed for children aged 7 to 10 years old, typically operating under the umbrella of the Boy Scouts of America or similar scouting associations in different countries. Cub Scouts participate in various activities such as camping, hiking, crafts, and community service projects, all while learning important values like teamwork, responsibility, and respect. The program encourages personal growth, leadership development, and a sense of adventure in a supportive and inclusive environment.