Student involvement in music and drama offers a creative outlet for self-expression, emotional intelligence, and artistic exploration. Music education enhances cognitive abilities, memory, and language skills, as students learn to read music, play instruments, and collaborate with peers in ensembles and performances. Participation in the dramatic arts cultivates empathy, communication skills, and self-confidence, as students immerse themselves in storytelling, character development, and stagecraft.

Camps provide unique opportunities for students to step outside their comfort zones, explore new environments, and develop essential life skills in a supportive and immersive setting. Whether it is a nature camp, leadership retreat, or cultural exchange program, camps offer experiential learning opportunities that complement traditional classroom education. Students learn valuable lessons in resilience, adaptability, and problem-solving as they navigate outdoor challenges, bond with peers, and engage in hands-on activities.