Skip Navigation
small NCES header image

Table SH98. Standard errors for the percentage of public high school graduates who participated in various school-sponsored extracurricular activities, by career and technical education (CTE) occupational concentrator status, area of concentration, and number of occupational credits earned in high school: 2004
Occupational concentrator status, area of
concentration, and number of
occupational credits
Any activity   School academic clubs   Academic honor society   Inter-
scholastic sports
  Intramural sports   School band or chorus   School hobby clubs   School play or musical   School service clubs   School vocational clubs   School yearbook or newspaper   Student govern-
ment
 
                                                 
All graduates 0.72   0.60   0.64   0.63   0.54   0.63   0.42   0.43   0.60   0.68   0.48   0.44  
                                                 
2-credit concentrators                                                
Non-concentrators 0.83   0.74   0.78   0.84   0.67   0.75   0.53   0.51   0.76   0.53   0.57   0.58  
Concentrators, total 1.14   0.85   0.91   1.13   0.80   0.87   0.67   0.72   0.74   1.35   0.82   0.63  
Agriculture and natural resources 3.04   2.72   2.34   3.63   2.32   4.12   1.57   2.40   1.77   3.22   1.02   2.19  
Business support, management, and finance 1.89   1.82   1.67   2.17   1.43   1.52   1.23   1.48   1.48   2.30   1.51   1.57  
Communications and design 2.53   2.16   2.33   2.79   2.24   2.00   1.95   2.01   2.15   2.21   2.98   2.13  
Computer and information science 3.43   3.53   3.13   3.25   2.46   2.84   2.33   2.47   3.02   2.68   2.72   2.58  
Construction and architecture 4.16   2.54   1.79   5.06   3.62   1.94   2.02   0.87   2.12   4.63   2.57   1.45  
Consumer and culinary services 3.24   2.09   2.26   2.95   2.24   2.57   2.61   2.04   2.13   3.19   2.58   2.06  
Engineering technologies 3.69   2.96   3.33   3.70   4.13   2.84   1.90   1.41   2.11   3.32   2.22   2.53  
Health sciences 3.43   3.38   3.59   3.69   2.66   2.71   2.12   2.11   3.25   4.26   2.24   2.18  
Manufacturing 3.67   2.08   2.23   3.83   3.04   1.65   1.36   1.75   1.37   3.40   1.96   1.38  
Marketing 2.80   3.25   3.05   3.49   3.99   2.40   2.99   1.52   2.89   4.02   3.59   2.04  
Public services 6.34   5.01   7.44   5.03   5.38   6.41   4.46     5.91   9.37   4.27   4.67  
Repair and transportation 3.90   1.99   1.71   3.45   2.58   1.80   1.53   1.65   1.38   3.41   2.00   1.55  
                                                 
3-credit concentrators                                                
Non-concentrators 0.73   0.67   0.69   0.71   0.60   0.69   0.47   0.47   0.65   0.58   0.51   0.50  
Concentrators, total 1.54   1.20   1.12   1.67   1.13   1.09   0.83   0.99   1.12   2.04   1.13   0.85  
Agriculture and natural resources 4.22   3.27   2.77   5.89   2.97   4.41   1.98   3.79   2.34   5.23   1.74   2.09  
Business support, management, and finance 3.18   2.76   2.71   3.57   2.23   2.68   2.34   2.54   2.29   3.95   2.75   2.37  
Communications and design 3.49   3.44   4.07   4.77   3.90   3.06   3.65   3.51   3.97   3.30   4.85   3.79  
Computer and information science 6.53   6.26   5.57   6.01   3.79   4.21   3.81   5.89   5.02   5.74   3.89   4.95  
Construction and architecture 5.77   3.85     6.18   4.44           6.47   3.81    
Consumer and culinary services 4.24   2.24   2.50   3.48   2.50   3.26   2.62   2.82   2.12   4.65   3.33   2.74  
Engineering technologies 5.04   3.13   5.54   6.04   6.10   5.41     2.83   3.96   5.95   2.31    
Health sciences 4.21   4.81   4.90   4.57   3.66   3.94   2.57   2.85   5.48   5.75   3.08   3.08  
Manufacturing 4.64   3.14   3.57   4.35   4.18   1.83   2.08   1.65     4.58   2.21    
Marketing 4.79   4.13   5.00   5.37   8.31   3.75   2.62     3.55   5.57   3.01   3.54  
Public services                        
Repair and transportation 4.79   2.34   2.35   4.68   3.44   1.76   2.25     2.10   4.41   2.34   2.40  
                                                 
Number of occupational credits                                                
0.00-1.99 credits 0.91   0.87   1.00   0.99   0.72   0.93   0.62   0.66   0.93   0.57   0.69   0.70  
2.00-3.99 credits 1.06   0.91   1.00   1.16   0.97   0.95   0.69   0.67   0.88   0.97   0.91   0.80  
4.00 or more credits 1.38   0.93   0.96   1.40   1.08   1.05   0.73   0.83   0.88   1.69   0.92   0.96  
† Not applicable.
SOURCE: U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics, Education Longitudinal Study of 2002 (ELS:2002/06).

Back Arrow Return to Table H98 Download (SE) Excel Excel format (52 KB)

Would you like to help us improve our products and website by taking a short survey?

YES, I would like to take the survey

or

No Thanks

The survey consists of a few short questions and takes less than one minute to complete.
National Center for Education Statistics - http://nces.ed.gov
U.S. Department of Education