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An Exploration of the Clubs Satellite Has to Offer

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Chelsea Basford

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Satellite High has a variety of clubs that students can join throughout high school, but many of them are not advertised to inform students. As the year is coming to a close, elections for officer positions are encroaching. So, now is the time to start preparing and considering running for a position for next year in the clubs that Satellite High School offers. Some of the clubs that are offered at Satellite include Harry Potter Club, Animal Rights Club, Beta Club, Brevard Future Educators of America, National Honors Society, Robotics, and Student Government. Some clubs are more academic than others, which would be the important ones to join if you are looking to enhance a college application. While holding an office in a club can be impactful in getting in colleges and looks good on a college resume, just being a member is important as well and it will benefit and enhance a student’s college application or resumes for the future. Not only will it benefit the student, but it is a good way to get plugged into the school community and involve yourself in activities around the school to try to make the most of your high school career. If you have not thought about joining a club do consider for the next school year.

The presidents and members of some of the clubs offered at Satellite share their thoughts on why it is important to join their club as a member and/or run for office. Johnny Cacciatore (12), president of NHS, remarks that “NHS recognizes students accomplishments, but more importantly, promotes community and school service.” Sarah Stukey (11), member of Student Government and National Honor Society believes, “I think it is important to get involved; high school is what you make it, and in order to have some say in your own experience it is essential to get involved and make the most of your four years! It is also super cool to be informed and represent your peers and your school as a part of the club.” Ashley Basford (11), member of National Honor Society also says, “I joined NHS to get involved and be an influential student in the events and life of Satellite High School. Being in NHS has been impactful in my high school career teaching me the importance of volunteer and helping the community which I think is helping to prepare me for college in a year.” Kira Downs (11), member of NHS and SGA says that “NHS gives you the opportunity to help out around the community and in school while learning about leadership and service. SGA allows you to have an impact on school functions like dances. Both are great ways to get involved around school and make friends.” Overall if you are not a part of a club at Satellite you should consider joining one and getting involved in the life of your school. Take action of your high school career to make it as memorable as possible!

 

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