Theodore Roosevelt High School offers students an opportunity to participate in programs together with their academic schedule known as CO-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES. A co-curricular activity is defined as a club or group that forms, meets, or practices at times other than or in addition to the regular school day and school year. Academic competition teams, athletics, career education clubs, general opening activities, and honorary organizations are some general categories of co-curricular activities in which students may participate. You will find the complete list below.
Participation in these co-curricular activities is a choice that students should make in cooperation with parents as they do take time. It is believed that a strong student activities program makes school life richer and more rewarding, and adherence to certain behavioral codes enhances an individual student’s patterns of living. Every participant in co-curricular activities is expected to adhere to the rules of TRHS and conduct himself/herself as a good citizen within the school and community at all times.
Many of these activities can be restricted and a student’s participation can be terminated based on the Kent City Schools Student Conduct Code, TRHS Student-Parent Handbook, TRHS Academic Eligibility Requirements, TRHS Co-Curricular Student Activity Conduct Code, as well as the requirements of the specific co-curricular organizations to which they belong.
- Academic Competition Teams
- Career Technical Education Clubs
- Classroom Related Activities
- General Opening Activities
- Honorary Organizations
- Performing Arts Activities
Use the additional co-curricular resources listed below to assist in your involvement planning!