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CLUBS AND ORGANIZATIONS

High School is an important phase of life where teens define their identity. By joining clubs that expand his or her horizons, it helps define interests and allows bonding experiences for the future. Students have increased interpersonal skills, which help build healthy self-esteem. By building a positive identity, students are less likely to seek negative bonding experiences that my cause serious trouble for him or her with school officials or police. Lasting and lifelong friendships made as a result of clubs and school activities allow for a healthy self-image to transition your teen into a young adult. 

Now more than ever, teens should be urged to join and experiment with after school clubs and activities, community service clubs and school events. Some of the more gregarious teens may already be involved in many clubs and activities.

Designed to meet and patch-up the lacking aspect of the students; those of which often times, missed inside the four corners of the classroom.

EXISTING CLUBS AND ORGANIZATION AT NOTRE DAME OF BANGA

As the need arises, a new club may be organized in this campus as long as it will cater the need of the students. The following are existing Clubs and Organization of ND-Banga: 

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AUGUSTINIAN RECOLLECT STUDENT CRUSADERS. (Photo: ARSC 2008-2009 | PHILIP LAUDE-President.
ARSC-Notre Dame of Banga Student Council. ARSC is the umbrella of all student clubs at Notre Dame of Banga. It serves as the student body council or the supreme student government in some academic institutions.

BOOKS & INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SOCIETY
BOOKS & INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SOCIETY -BITS club is an organization intended for students who wish to develop their skills and love of Books and the Information Technology as the modern way of retrieving information.

THE BOOK LOVERS CLUB
THE BOOK LOVER'S CLUB: The Book Lover's Club is a group of elementary pupils who wish to develop and/or express their love on reading books.

CAP or Civic Action Program 2008-2009
CAP or Civic Action Program is geared to develop student's sense of responsibility not only within the school community but also outside the school campus through Community Service and other related activities organized by the person in-charge and its members.

The English Club 2008-2009.
ENGLISH CLUB: The main objective of this club is to facilitate learning, , understanding and eventually the love of the english language. The English Department sponsors the English Club for the purpose of stimulating students' interest in reading and language.

The Filipino Club 2008-2009.
FILIPINO CLUB: "Ang Hindi marunong Magmahal sa sariling wika ay higit pa sa mabahong Pritong isda". Ang Pangunahing layunin ng samahang ito ay ang maitaguyod ang paggamit ng wikang Filipino. Marapat lamang at matuwid na ito ay maibilang sa mga organisasyon dahil tayo ang mga Pilipino.

The NDB Gazette 2008-2009.
The NDB Voice Gazette is the organization for young campus journalist. Their task is to record events, make stories, and be able to publish their news letter once per year.

The MATHSCI CLUB 2008-2009.
MATH-SCI CLUB: Mathematics and Science programs are implemented through this club. Activities are formulated to enhance each member's potentials and discover new advance techniques in the field of Science and Mathematics.

The REFLECTION 2008-2009.
THE REFLECTION: Cute, beautiful and handsome Staffers of the Reflection 2009 are tasked to cover all activities of the year. To capture every memorable moment, process the data, and be able to produce a yearbook named, "THE REFLECTION".

The SPIRITUAL EMPHASIS CLUB
The SPIRITUAL EMPHASIS CLUB as its name entails, aimed to bring CHRIST in the campus and to every student's life. It exist to develop the spirituality of the students particularly the members. Within this club are ministries which caters the need of the students.

The SPORTS CLUB.
THE SPORTS CLUB: Are you inclined to sports? Then this is the right club for you to join. The officers and members of this club organize sports feast for its members. Training and proper techniques are also taught to members who are interested to excel in their chosen sport.

The HOMEMAKERS CLUB.
HOMEMAKERS CLUB: Students whose interest is on cooking, sawing and livelihood education are welcome in this club. Activities such as cooking, sawing and/or any related activities may be agreed upon by its members so as to help develop their skills.

The NDB TANGLAW.
NDB TANGLAW: Para sa mga studyante na may labis na pagmamahal sa wikang Filipino at gustong ipahayag ang bawat pangyayari sa loob at labas ng paaralan sa pamagitan ng pagsusulat. Ang "Tanglaw" as ang tagalog version ng "GAZETTE" at kung minsan ay sabay na ipapalabas sa iisang isyu.

The FACULTY CLUB.
THE FACULTY CLUB: organization of teachers and staff at Notre Dame of Banga.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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