CLUBS AND SOCIETIES

Club Name : Art Guild
Club Advisor : Mr. Dippos Rayento

Objectives : During this session, students :

  • Improve their knowledge of Visual Arts and develop a passion for creating art pieces
  • Develop self confidence through joining Art
  • Competitions
  • Express themselves through creating visual art pieces
  • Develop an appreciation of various forms of visual arts
  • Learn to work as a part of a team
End Results :
  • Art exhibition featuring the best works of the students
  • Fieldtrip to famous Galleries and Art museums here in Indonesia
  • Competition
Planned Strategies :
  • Learning the basic elements of the Visual Arts through practice which involves painting, sketching, sculpture making, etc.
  • Participating in contests to gain confidence and a working practical knowledge for Visual Arts
  • Learning to give a critical appreciation of a viewed art piece
Regular Schedule and Venue :
  • MS :Thursday, 3.45pm – 4.45pm
  • HS :Wednesday, 4.15pm – 5.15pm
  • Venue : Art Room HS ( E-101)
Student Requirements :
  • Willingness and ability to pay for art materials
  • Willingness and ability to pay for field trip fees to Art Galleries and Museums in Indonesia
Student Responsibilities : As outlined in the Student Handbook
Number of Participants : 10 to 20 students
Student Fee : Free

 

Club Name : Binus Buzz
Club Advisor : Mr. Leo Veridiano

Objectives : During this session, students :

  • Write news and feature articles
  • Organize a team to produce a news magazine
  • Learn how to layout a news magazine usingn computer software
  • Take photos to enhance and give more information about news and feature articles
End Results :

An issue of a news magazine every term

Planned Strategies :
  • Training on news and feature writing
  • Study of common grammatical mistakes
  • On-the-job training on organizing a team to produce a news magazine
Regular Schedule and Venue :
  • MS : Thursday, 3.45pm – 4.45pm
  • HS : Wednesday, 4.15pm – 5.15pm
  • Venue : E-315 (HS Building)
Student Requirements : Willingness and ability:

 

  • For writers/reporters and photographers: Submit news and feature articles, photos for the articles
  • For layout artists: Layout assigned sections of the news magazine
  • For artists: Submit assigned drawings for articles
Student Responsibilities : As outlined in the Student Handbook
Number of Participants : 15 to 25 students
Student Fee : Free

 

Club Name : Interact Club
Club Advisor : Mr. Ernesto C Malabanan JR

Objectives : During this session, students :

  • Recognize and develop constructive leadership and personal integrity
  • Encourage and practice thoughtfulness of an helpfulness to others
  • Create an awareness of the importance of home and family
End Results : Interact is a chance for students to make new friends, improve a community, develop leadership skills and make difference in the world.
Planned Strategies :
  • Step by step and procedural process in formulating, implementing and execution of the club,
  • Identify potential leaders, potential members by reviewing current school activities related to leadership in social work
Regular Schedule and Venue :
  • MS : Thursday, 3.45pm – 4.45pm
  • HS : Wednesday, 4.15pm – 5.15pm
  • Venue : A-207 (MS Building)
Student Requirements :
  • With leadership potentials
  • No academic deficiencies
Student Responsibilities : As outlined in the Student Handbook
Number of Participants : 10 to 20 students
Student Fee : Free

 

Club Name : The Torchbearers

Club Advisor : Mr. Cecilio

Objectives : During this session, students :

  • Develop communication and speaking skills
  • Increase self-confidence & self-esteem
  • Develop critical thinking and awareness on issues affecting our world today
  • Enhance proficiency in speaking
End Results :
  • Speech Competitions
  • Masters of Ceremonies in assemblies, and other school related activities
Planned Strategies :
  • Students take on the role/s of Table Topics Master, Sergeant-At-Arms, Time Keeper etc.
  • Researching on relevant and important issues both locally and internationally
Regular Schedule and Venue :
  • MS : Thursday, 3.45pm – 4.45pm
  • HS : Wednesday, 4.15pm – 5.15pm
  • Venue : E-314 (HS Building)
Student Requirements :
  • Excellent mastery of the English language
  • how prowess in reasoning and critical thinking
Student Responsibilities : As outlined in the Student Handbook
Number of Participants : 10 to 20 students
Student Fee : Free

 

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