In this ever changing and fast growing world of modernization and innovations through various discoveries and breakthroughs, great influences and impact are made to human race. Opinions, perceptions, behaviors and attitudes of every individual differ among implied and evident factors. Institutions that comprise society of today play a notable role in the entirety of everyone. With a wide range starting from political institution to religious institution and educational institution, the latter manifests remarkable responsibility in the growth and wholly development of young people. Young people of today, to name specifically, are the teenagers, most especially students of generation nowadays, are in a complexity and diverse behavior in gaining and having focus and motivation with both academic and non-academic activities set by identified educational institutions. Extracurricular activities are seen as a way of offering academically gifted students a way of excelling within the school environment, a way of challenged students to achieve within the school setting, and as a way of creating a sense of shared community within schools, and as a way of offering academically gifted students a way of excelling within the school environment, a way for academically challenged students to achieve within the school, and as a way of creating a sense of shared community within schools. The positive impact that “extracurricular” activities can have on a school’s academic mission is sometimes emphasized by use of the term "co-curricular" to describe nonacademic school-based activities (e.g., Hovet & Vinton, 1993; Kezar & Moriarty,2000; Wren, 1997), although the term "co-curricular" is sometimes limited to activities outside of the classroom explicitly designed to complement student learning.
This study aims to identify the level of participation of students of Colegio San Agustin-Bacolod (CSA-B) from College of Accountancy, Business Education and Computer Studies (CABECS)...
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