Extracurricular activities are an essential part of a student's education, providing them with the chance to develop skills, explore interests, and gain a competitive edge when applying to college. North Central Colorado is home to a wide variety of extracurricular activities for students of all ages. Mountain Kids offers preschool education and after-school transportation for young children. Redeemer Lutheran Preschool focuses on sharing the love of Christ with children and their families, while Key Club provides students with the opportunity to serve their school and community.
Fort Collins Preschool is a unique parent-involved program that allows families to work together in a professionally guided preschool program. The Spanish Club is open to all students and encourages the study of Spanish, while Handwriting Without Tears activities promote motor development and letter and number recognition. Immanuel Lutheran School offers Bible, technology, music, art, physical education and library courses for elementary school students. Central Key Club members have volunteered and participated in the El Pomar Foundation Program, the Pueblo International Aeronautical Show and the St.
Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA). Including extracurricular activities on college applications can be beneficial if they are related to a purpose such as service projects with a church or non-profit organization or taking classes at a language school or institute. Battalions and competitions are held at schools in Denver, Canon City, Colorado Springs and Pueblo, with students expected to participate in 80% of them.