You would think there was SOMETHING for everyone at high school, but what if there is nothing for you?
If you haven’t found where you belong in the chess club or the swimming club or in the choir, look outside school. One of these could be the place where you might have some interesting experiences.
Check out these opportunities for exploring your world in middle school.
Discover Your Potential
Age: 14 – 24 There are 4 sections:
Coding for Fun
Ages 7 – 17
Run by volunteers in libraries, unis and community centres. Young people and volunteers get together to learn to play with coding.
Age 6 – 18
Acting, music and dance short courses are run on weekends and holidays. There are classes for young kids through to those who already have some experience.
Get a mentor. Their support can change your life. There are often more mentors offering services than students wanting to engage.
Every local government council has youth programs. Check out your local government to see what it has on offer.
Age: 12 – 19
Fun with Robots
Teams make and program robots and compete in different challenges. This is big in WA and the kids seem to have a great time.
Age: 13 – 15
The Santos Science Experience is a fun 3 or 4 days of science activities for Year 9 and 10 students.
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