Mix It Up! High School Social Clubs
The High School students have officially launched a number of social clubs for the 2011/2012 school year.
This is another way that high school students are getting involved with the campus and the community to really make a difference.
Some of these clubs revolve around common interests and serve as healthy ways for students to express themselves. While other clubs have a specific plan to impact the world around them.
In this issue of the SCS Newsletter, we want to highlight a few of the clubs and let you know what their purpose is.
The Eagles P2P micro-finance club will establish a nonprofit organization and raise money to issue small loans to farmers and small business owners in China.
Through this model of micro-finance, the club will help fund business operations in poorer areas of China.
While generating capital to create more loan opportunities for other small-scale businesses.
Also, there is an SCS Model United Nations club that focuses on giving students hands-on. Knowledge of international affairs and the decision-making process of the UN.
In addition, there is the Thespian Society, which is a national society that recognizes outstanding drama performers. And a National Honor Society.
Which honors students that demonstrate excellence in scholarship, leadership, service, and character.
These are just four of the fifteen student-led clubs that are meeting and making SCS student life even more meaningful!
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