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Extracurricular

Extracurricular Life

Scofield students have robust opportunties for extracurricular activities that offer non-classroom teaching and competition:

Art Festivals provide students the opportunity to share their original artwork through the use of their artistic talent and personal expression in the art medium of their choice.

Math Olympics  provides an opportunity to stimulate interest and recognize the achievements of students in mathematics in grades 3–8. Students are given a series of timed tests in either computation or reasoning. Answer sheets are mailed to the host location for scoring. Awards are then mailed to each school.

Music Festivals provide students the opportunity to use their musical talent and to benefit from the evaluation of a qualified adjudicator. The categories include solos, small ensembles, medium ensembles and large ensembles/choirs.

Science Fairs encourage students to apply creativity, skill, and logical thinking to the solutions of science, engineering and mathematical problems through further scientific study. The science fair categories are physical science, life science, and engineering.

Speech Meets are designed to help students develop techniques to speak audibly, articulately, expressively, and with poise and confidence. Students demonstrate their ability by delivering a memorized poem, speech, or passage. Contestants do not compete against one another; rather, they are judged against an established set of criteria.

Spelling Bee - Join the fun and excitement of the ACSI Spelling Bee adventure for students in grades 5

through 8. This past year, tens of thousands of students competed for the privilege to represent their schools at the ACSI district spelling bee. Over 14,000 actually made it to those bees; about 370 of them faced off in nine regional events throughout the country, and the top 47 advanced to the ACSI National Spelling Bee.

Cornerstone Chorale – Our music teacher leads this select group of students and conducts them at special events such as the Annual Fund Dinner, Veteran's Day, and the district chorale competition.