As a performing arts enthusiast, I'm glad this school hasn't sucked my passion for performance dry. I am in the chamber singers and the varsity dance team and the only problem I have with these school programs is that the school does not fund the arts nearly as much as they do sports leaving me paying over a thousand dollars this year for being involved. However, these programs actually improved me as a singer, dancer, and performer in general which is great considering that a lot of public school performing arts programs are merely passion projects. Along with the competition winning band, choir, and dance team (that is not nearly as funded as the perpetually losing football team's new stadium while we continue to settle for a janky auditorium), there are a huge variety of after school clubs from academic decathlon, future business leaders of America and Key Club to anime club, bowling club and film club. There is also ASB, Link Crew (that is taken so seriously and is so selective I got rejected twice), Renaissance, and after school tutoring so every student in the school feels comfortable. There is a community for everyone in the school which is great because that reduces isolation of others and bullying. It is a small school compared to the others in the district and everyone is pretty familiar with each other and most people have general respect for each other which is nice.