Topeka High School is a school renowned for its diversity and its high student population. In my experiences, I have never encountered a bad teacher, and they know how important students are to the future generations. Academics are helpful to people, but certain limitations they implement have caused students to miss out on more of their desired knowledge. It is not wrong for students to pursue a subject for the benefit of their future. Clubs and activities are well planned, but the students lose interest or the motivation is at an all-time-low. Sure there are tons of clubs and activities, but most clubs have low student participation. What if these clubs were not just a "thing" for students to hang out and do whatever, but what if all clubs play a role in the outside society? Also, even if an activity has a high student count, does it provide a benefit? Cocoa and cram was supposed to be study time, but it got too loud that students can not study.