Extra-Curricular Activities in Catholic Secondary Schools: A Study of Selected Schools in New York State

Sister M. Roberta Follmar, Fordham University

Abstract

The purpose of this study is to discover and to set forth the status of extra-curricular activities in the Catholic secondary schools of New York State. "Status," in this thesis, embraces the following points: (1) what activities have been introduced and provided for in the three types of four-year high schools studied; (2) what relative numerical relation these activities bear to one another; (3) what percentage of the schools have introduced these activities; (4) whether these activities have changed from extra-curricular to curricular since their introduction; (5) haw many activities are curricular; (6) how many are extra-curricular; (7) the number of classes or organizations in each activity; (8) the enrollment and pupil participation in each activity; (9) the total enrollment or participation in all activities.

Subject Area

Secondary education|Religious education

Recommended Citation

Follmar, Sister M. Roberta, "Extra-Curricular Activities in Catholic Secondary Schools: A Study of Selected Schools in New York State" (1938). ETD Collection for Fordham University. AAI29282643.
https://research.library.fordham.edu/dissertations/AAI29282643

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