The wide variety of campus activities represents the many interests and strengths of the student body and the faculty members who act as advisors for these programs.
Through such activities, students develop talents, broaden horizons and explore new interests. Students can write for the newspaper or work as a radio announcer or help others through organizations such as the Human Relations Committee or Community Service Group. They can sing, conduct school tours or play in the Wind Ensemble. There are many outlets for Blair students to remain active outside of class.
Through student government, students take active roles in affecting the issues of concern to their class and the school as a whole. Other Blair students reach out locally and globally through the Community Service Group, a student-led organization that works to develop and facilitate community service activities for Blair and the community beyond.