They get to learn the most essential lessons to help them sucede like communication skills, teamwork, and priority setting. People have the freedom to choose for themselves, and students have those same freedoms. When we take away sports from schools, then they have taken that opportunity to be with friends and have fun together. There may be other alternatives but they cost more, travel more, and may not be what they want. If they schools think that they can better improve students grades and happiness by taking away sports, they are terribly wrong.
P.E., music, and art classes all have the ability to help students in many positive ways if the class they take is chosen by them. These classes can improve a student’s academic performance and contribute to later success in there adult life. Being forced to participate in classes you feel uncomfortable in can lower your self-esteem and ultimately bring down your grade point average. There are obviously advantages and disadvantages to each argument. Schools have to have enough money to fund the related arts classes and there has to be enough students wanting to participate in these classes to make it possible for the schools to offer them in the curriculum.
Students play sports for many different reasons. Some hope that their college education will be paid for by scholarships, while others play sports to keep in shape or to have fun. Many people believe that schools should do away with extra curricular activity such as sports. Sports play an important role in high school and they should be continued. Some people argue that because students are spending their time playing sports, they will not study as much.
The schools have a strict policy regarding grades for those who play sports. Sports give the children to have an education because the children have to do well in school to get the opportunity to play a sport they love very much. These policies, though many kids do not like them very much, keeps kids off of the streets and in the classroom. Sports not only give an incentive to going to classes and school but also doing well in school. Not only do sports academically help young adults today but also society puts great pressures on kids about how they look with great emphasis on their weight.
“JUST DO IT” is a famous saying for student athletes everywhere, but what if this saying was applied to academics as well? Students love sports,but sometimes sports can affect a student 's academic career. When students have practice after school it takes up valuable time for homework or studying. Grades can diminish greatly during a student 's athletic season. Although people argue that a failing student should be able to participate in sports because it’s good exercise, they should not because grades are important and sports are a distraction.
Overall a coach is a special figure who can connect with a student in a way his parents or teachers sometimes can’t. Many times people like to advocate winning and losing as the only factors to sports. Playing sports is an advantage for any student because there are things you learn that the classroom doesn’t offer. With the help of coaches and individual experience, students learn many lessons that help them build character and even do well in the classroom. Sports also give students another chance to excel and stay in school if they struggle with their education.
However, there are bounteous ways for students to interact with other students in and out of school. In addition, this could be a big advantages for shy students because it will help them get out of their comfort zone. “ They benefit from being part of the team and develop more confidence. In the longer season, they have more time to improve. At risk students develop better social skills as a side benefit of learning sportsmanship and fair play”( Sport Education).
Schools always take decisions, which they believe are helpful to the students, such as restricting sports. However, sometimes schools might be wrong because sports also help students refresh their minds, be healthy, have fun, etc. If students don 't play sports in schools, they may not enjoy their school lives and their studies as all work and no play make life dull and grey. Similarly, they need some refreshment from the study which they could get from ... ... middle of paper ... ... for them but also very important for their future. In addition, communication skills are the most important things in any field.
I strongly agree with this decision because extracurricular activities increase academic performance, keep students out of trouble and improve social and mental health. First and foremost, extracurricular activities increase academic performance of students in a myriad of ways. Students who are struggling in their classes have an opportunity to receive remediation that may not be allowed be the time constraints of a school day. Moreover, because they have time to get teacher help after school, they have more individualized instruction and assistance that a class size of 30 students just doesn’t permit. However, for students already excelling in academics, some extracurricular activities offer those high-achieving students to take their performance to the next level.
Jenne Castellini once said, “Participating in sports at an early age actually benefits a lot of kids’ academics indirectly. A lot of parents take the approach that, if you’re not doing well in school, then you can’t play sports. That forces the kids to focus and also makes them get used to sticking to a regimen.” Although many people see sports and competition in school as distracting elements from academics, they come with many benefits and teach lots of valuable lessons. Many of the students who participate in school sports can take the lessons that they learn from competition, and use them throughout their whole life. Sports in school are very necessary for students and for the students’ well being during the school year.