Colleges want to fill their campuses with good students who will also make an impact socially—it makes their schools more interesting. Active participation in high school builds important social & organizational skills. Take on a leadership role, fundraise for a cause, learn to work as a team member, juggle lots of balls at once — these experiences are all key components for making a difference in the world.
Actively engaged high school students are perceived well in the world of college admissions. Colleges want students who can balance their interests with their academic loads. Getting involved in clubs and organizations is one way help you stand out, show your strengths & further develop your interests.
Want to get more involved in high school? Call us at (818) 207-0263 to schedule a one-on-one consultation to discuss your extracurricular involvement.
Make high school more interesting by joining (or even starting) a club on your campus. Joining a club gives you the opportunity to meet new people & check out possible interests. It’ll also make your high school years far more memorable. Building relationships with like-minded students while gaining valuable leadership experiences are fantastic benefits to club membership. Do you have an idea for a club that doesn’t even exist on your campus??? Consider starting your own! This type of initiative will build character and impress colleges at the same time.
We brainstorm with our students to help them hone in on what matters to them. We focus on individual interests to help you decide which clubs might be the best option for you. Whether you’re interested in academic or hobbyist clubs, athletics, or community service endeavors, we can help you figure out which activities cater to your interests and even introduce you to ideas you may have never considered.
We help freshmen and sophomores do some exploration, so that by junior and senior year they are focused on what they love doing. Testing the waters and joining clubs early can help you figure out your passion. Early participation can eventually help you obtain a leadership position, a worthwhile endeavor indeed.