Originally Posted by andrew3
i was curious if it is appropriate to put high school extracurricular activities on your application for podiatry school. for example leadership roles such as vice president of the chemistry club or if you worked at a job during high school.
I included high school stuff on my application but not everything. I wouldn't include the vice president of the chem club thing, only health-related experiences. For example, although I helped plant trees for community service during my senior year in high school I didn't put that down but I did include my volunteering at a marathon/fund raiser for cancer research. I didn't work for first-aid or nothing; I only helped watch kids while their parents ran the marathon. That would be as far as I would stretch it but I doubt anyone cares what you put down as long as you don't make any grammatical errors. I was invited to every school I applied to and none of my high school stuff came up during the interviews. Good luck!