Presentation on theme: "High School 101 Leadership, Athletics, Extracurricular Activities Monday, August 19 th, 1 st Period."— Presentation transcript:
High School 101 Leadership, Athletics, Extracurricular Activities Monday, August 19 th, 1 st Period
High School 101: Leadership ARHS offers Leadership classes to students who qualify. Requirements are: o The student needs to be recommended, show leadership qualities, already involved or not afraid to be involved in the school and the community, willing to work with others, etc. A list of example activities that students participate in through the Leadership classes are on the next slide.
High School 101: Leadership Projects: Big Fox Little Fox mentoring program with BHES, SwampFest, Future Fox Night, Freshman Orientation, School Pride and Beautification projects Community Service: Lowcountry Food Bank Student Food Drive, Relay for Life, Ronald McDonald House Charities, Palmetto House, Francis Willis SPCA, Summerville Miracle League, etc.
High School 101: Leadership Students may also demonstrate leadership capabilities in any of the following clubs and honor societies offered at AR. Those organizations are listed on the next slide.
High School 101: Leadership Ashley Ridge Clubs Alpha Rho Step Team Animation Club Anime Club Archery Club Beta Club Bike Polo Chess Club Computer Science Club Educators for Tomorrow Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) FIRST Robotics Team Fishing Club Fox Readers Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) Future Farmers of America Gaming Club Gay Straight Allaince (GSA) German Club Guitar Club Habitat For Humanity Health Occupations Students of America Higher Call Key Club Math Quest Team Palmetto's Finest Club Relay for Life Student Abolitionist Movement (SAM) SC Young Adult Book Award Readers Science Quest Club Senior Club Thespian Society Ultimate Frisbee Club
High School 101: Leadership Ashley Ridge Honor Societies o Students must fulfill certain requirements to join an Honor Society o Students are also selected/chosen based on that criteria Mu Alpha Theta National Honor Society National Art Honor Society National Dance Honor Society National English Honor Society National French Honor Society German National Honor Society National Honor Society Science National Honor Society National Technical Honor Society Spanish Honor Society Student Council Social Studies Honor Society
High School 101: Athletics Any student who wishes to participate in an athletic sport must have a current physical on file(this must be completed yearly), and have a 70 average in the previous years’ classes. A complete list of requirements is listed in your school handbook. A complete list of Athletics offered at Ashley Ridge is on the next slide
High School 101: Athletics Junior Varsity Baseball Varsity Baseball Junior Varsity Basketball Varsity Basketball JV/Varsity Cheerleading Cross Country B-Team Football Junior Varsity Football Varsity Football Golf Junior Varsity Soccer Varsity Soccer Junior Varsity Softball Varsity Softball Swimming Tennis Track Junior Varsity Volleyball Varsity Volleyball Wrestling
High School 101: Extracurricular Activities ARHS has plenty of extracurricular activities that it offers. Student involvement and participation is encouraged. Students should remember that all school rules apply to extracurricular activities on or off school campus, including sporting events at other schools.
High School 101: Extracurricular Activities Students may be denied the right to attend these activities based on discipline and attendance (which includes tardies!!!) Be on your BEST behavior at ALL times so that you may enjoy the wonderful opportunities afforded to you while at the Ridge!!