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"There may be people that have more talent than you do, but there's no excuse for anyone to work harder than you do".
- Derek Jeter
What does colleges look for when they are reading students applications?
Academics are an important part of each student’s school years, especially since grades acquired in school play an integral role in college acceptance. Parents spend a lot of time in encouraging their children to study more- and play less- in the pursuit of this goal.
They believe that devoting a great deal of time studying guarantees success in future applications-But is that true?
Do textbooks cater to all grooming required to your kids? Who says indulging in other playful activities hamper studies?
Extracurricular activities ranging from sports, art, dramatics or simply book reading can shape up kids’ career greatly.
Besides being fun and a great way to socialize with peers, it enhances the students’ time management and stress management skills, improving overall productivity.
Extracurricular activities provide a chance to children in exploring their area of interest .There is no better way to enjoy your job than taking up your hobby as your job!!
Isn’t it? Many parents second this thought!!
Children in particular need proper emotional development in order to counter the societal problems they might face in future. In order to counter these surging problems, Kids need to channelize their energy towards extra curriculum activities which helps them have control over themselves.
Depression, peer pressure, anxiety, restlessness or for that matter even drugs & alcoholism – from simplest to greatest, All sorts of problems tend to attack them at various point of time.
Every child is unique and born with a talent, so what other way can be the best than to showcase it through this platform called Extracurricular activity.
“The five S’ in sports training are: Stamina, Speed, Strength, Skill and Spirit but the greatest of these is “SPIRIT”.
- Ken Doherty