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Parents — do you want your child to learn more than what is usually taught in school?
Well then, my advice is that you should club your kid. Yeah, at least once a week — a good clubbing makes all the difference in the world.
Over the past few years, I’ve clubbed dozens of students every week. Usually, I employ geometric logic or a good algebraic conundrum to get their attention.
Of course, I’m talking about the Math Club. You don’t have to be a geek to have fun with math, and students find that they can answer some very tricky questions with ease.
Like, how many seconds are in a year? Well, there’s January 2nd. February 2nd. March 2nd.
Los Alamos High School has a spectrum of clubs for every possible interest.
For example, the Film Society exposes students to historical and international films, broadening perspectives far beyond the more typical and intellectual films like “Dude, Where’s My Brain?”
If you’d rather hoof it up with friends and you like to laugh until you’re “hoarse,” the Equestrian Club is just the place for you to lope around and enjoy the mane aspects of life.
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