Philosophy and Purpose
[singlepic=120,320,240,,left]The purpose and rationale of the student activities program is to provide a wide range of additional enriching experiences and opportunities for students outside of the regular classroom.
[toc class="toc-right" style="max-width:200px"]By providing this arena of extra-curricular activities, students have an opportunity to cultivate, learn, and develop other areas of their well-being.
Activities provide fun, challenge, encourage school spirit, or service for others.”
These activities allow students to develop and exemplify Christian character and virtues. Whether the activities are within the school community or part of the larger outside community, students have an opportunity to grow and develop socially, intellectually, spiritually, emotionally or physically. The staff encourages students to participate in these additional activities because they believe the students will benefit in their over-all educational experience at Logos International School.
Below are a list of some of the Student Activities available at the school:
Art Club (grades 6-12) -
The art club improves and develop student skill and God given talent in rendering accurate proportion; increases experience with various media, and can provide work to be included in AP and university application portfolios.
Music (K-12) -
To develop the whole person through learning and developing musical skills. To enable students to develop or excel in music and to have an opportunity to share that skill with the local community in a variety of venues.
Student Council (grades 6-12)-
To represent, lead and serve the students of Logos, to enrich the academic, social and Christian life of the school, to promote outreach to the community, to seek to foster communication between students and teachers/administrators.
Worship Team(grades 9-12)
- A leadership role available to students in high school to run and lead the middle and high school chapels.
Logos is dedicated to the purpose of providing a sound athletic program integrated with a Christian view of God, the world, and of competition. Involvement in athletics should be positive, constructive, and a growing Christian experience for players, managers, coaches, parents and the school in general. Logos offers:
- Soccer(Grades 4-12)
- Basketball(Grades 4-12)
- Volleyball(Grades 6-12)
- Karate(grades K-12)
- Ballet(grades K-2)
- Student Run Athletic Tournaments(grades 6-12)
- *Swim Club (grades 6-12) for 2009-10 school year
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Spirit Days (all students)
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- A variety of student run days to allow the students to create, learn, laugh and have some fun.
Bible Camp (grades 9-12)
The camp is a leadership focused camp and offers many fun activities and challenging apparatuses for students.
Pure Fun and a Great Learning Environment”
This camp provides a great environment for students to continue to learn, develop, and shape their character and find out a bit more about themselves and their classmates.
- To help students develop an understanding of character, stage presence and stage craft through the use of drama exercises and class practice. To work as part of a team towards the final goal of performing a play / sequence of skits for the public. To develop students’ vocal range and ability to use their bodies expressively. To develop improvisation skills. To improve in confidence and self-expression.
Carnival- To build and create community fellowship with the Logos family. To help students develop leadership skills as they create and design their activities.
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Designed to allow students to find ways to serve the people in their local community and to also serve the people in Cambodia.
Elementary Field Day
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