Cheney HS offers chances to be involved


Last updated 2/1/2018 at 8:46am

Throughout my four years at Cheney High School, I’ve been involved in several extracurricular sports including soccer, basketball, tennis and swimming. Some of my best memories from high school have been with my teammates at athletic events, particularly district and state swimming and all the bus rides in between.

In addition to participating in Cheney activities, I’m also a part of the CHS Jazz 1 and Wind Ensemble. In both these top level ensembles, I have gotten to play at festivals and compete in competitions from the Seattle area to Missoula, Montana.

Last spring I had the amazing opportunity to volunteer with the Special Olympics track meet at Eastern Washington University. I loved getting to know the athletes and I really appreciate how much Cheney High School staff and students are involved in our school’s Special Olympics program.

I’ve also participated in various clubs and am currently vice president of Key Club, a club dedicated to volunteering and “All Things Mountain,” which I just started this year, and am president of the German Club. Sophomore through senior year I’ve been a class officer, helping to put on school functions.

Overall, I have had a very good experience being involved in many of the extracurricular activities CHS has to offer, and I hope future students will be able to feel the same way.

Elizabeth Potter



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