Our Extracurricular programs include:

  • Sports
  • Debate
  • Quiz Contest
  • Math Olympiad
  • Student Newsletter
  • Islamic Song
  • Drawing

 Benefits of Extracurricular Activities

Extracurricular activities help in the intellectual, emotional and moral development of a student. While it may be tough to squeeze in after-school activities for your children, the benefits are well worth the extra effort.

A stronger mind: Academic rigors such as in-depth reading and complex problem-solving go far to strengthen the mind, but extracurricular activities will take this mind strengthening even further. High-endurance sports, for example, will train students to maintain patience and resilience in the face of intense difficulty.

Training in professional skills: These activities can also work to build professional skills that a classroom alone cannot always foster. A leadership-oriented club, for example, will help students to learn essential skills in management and delegation, while a debate or speech club will provide additional public speaking practice for students.

 A wider social circle: Extracurriculars are not solely about imparting stronger professional skills and supplementing education. These programs are also fun and offer students the opportunity to spend time with others of similar interests. Students can meet friends from different social groups by joining a sports team, student government or debate.

Better time management: The student who is busy with coursework but also needs to balance two other extracurricular activities is more likely to plan out time dedicated to each activity and less likely to procrastinate during downtimes.

Emerging brain: An extracurricular activity might even have the effect of “recharging” the brain after a day of rigorous schoolwork, allowing students to return to homework assignments with a refreshed mind.

Exploration of interests: Students can also use these activities to explore interests they’ve never encountered exploring.

In short, extracurricular activities can arm students with many of the skills future employers will be looking for.