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A few questions about clubs and sports

PituskyPitusky 32 replies14 threads Junior Member
Hey everyone, I know it's really early to start worrying about college and highschool (8th grade) but I kind of have a plan of what courses I will take in highschool and they're mostly the hardest ones I will be able to take considering the year I will be in. Here are some of the questions and details:

I wanna join Health Students of America, National Honor Society, Debate, and Student Council, I really wanna join those clubs and stick to them for 2-4 years of highschool. I also wanted to do a varsity sport and was considering Joining basketball and track but I don't know if all of this will be too much on me since I will be taking AP classes, Honors, ect (Hardest classes for each highschool year). I can study for as much time as needed and volunteer in my free hours because I love doing both of those stuff.
Anyways,what's your opinion?

Thanks :)
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  • madamecrabstermadamecrabster 180 replies2 threads Junior Member
    It is a good idea to have a bit of a plan going in to high school. Join the clubs and sports you think you would like best and stick to them if they continue to be good for you. If it turns out to be too much for you, then drop one or two of the extras. Also, leave yourself open to trying something you hadn't even considered yet.
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  • JustOneDadJustOneDad 5726 replies119 threads Senior Member
    Keep in mind that if your varsity sport goes into post-season, the time demands become considerable.
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  • iubaccountingiubaccounting 1138 replies16 threadsForum Champion Indiana - Bloomington Senior Member
    I would just start by joining all of the things you want to do. You can always adjust and and quit any of them later if they are affecting your grades unless your parent(s) is one of those people that says "you made a commitment and have to stick with it."
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