Education requires the creation and maintenance of a system of academic and non-academic opportunities taking into account the students’ skills, interests and multiple intelligences to tap their potentials to the fullest.
The school maintains that co-curricular activities support, supplement, enrich and strengthen classroom activities and should not in any way interfere with academic work.
Harrell Horne Integrated School considers extra and co-curricular activities
essential to the balanced formation and well-rounded development of the students. The primary purpose of these school activities is to supplement studies and not to interfere with them. Therefore, the school reserves the right to limit, exclude or suspend a student’s participation in any activity if it jeopardizes his/her academic performance.
Only organization recognized by the school is allowed to hold special meetings or activities inside the campus with the approval of the Student Moderator.