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Fun Activity Ideas for Woodbury High School Students

From summer break to after school, there are a number of ways you can eliminate boredom by finding a fun, new activity. For Woodbury High School students, there are a number of things to do in your hometown and around the state of Minnesota. Whether you want to start a new club, pick up a new hobby or take a trip to uncharted destinations, there’s something for all types of young adults to enjoy.

If you’re searching for something fun to do, keep reading — here are some great activity ideas for a Woodbury Royal.

Hit A Round Of Golf

Woodbury is home to a number of leading golf courses. Check out the suburb’s top place to hit the links at Eagle Valley, where you’ll find well-kept fareways, challenging terrain and 72 playable holes. For bad-weather days, visit X-Golf Woodbury, where you play on simulated screens year round while also enjoying an outdoor patio, lawn games and restaurant.

Start Your Own Woodbury Activity Club

Regardless of what you’re passionate about, whether it’s cars, video games, computers or fashion, there’s likely a community out there that’s just as interested in it as you are. Starting your own club gives you the chance to organize some like-minded individuals with whom you’re guaranteed to connect. For those interested in skipping the legwork and joining an existing extracurricular group, take a look at this directory of activities for Woodbury High School students to find something that’s right for you.

Volunteer Your Time

There are many fun things to do around Woodbury, but for those with a more altruistic personality, volunteering your time provides some much-needed help to those in need. Even simple good deeds can go a long way in making someone’s day, while not putting too much of a burden on your schedule — for example, you could mow the lawn for your neighbor, send baked goods to friends or even volunteer at a local food pantry like the Community Services Council of Woodbury (CSCW)

Become A Financial Guru

The younger you start learning about investing your money and planning your financial future, the better off you’ll be down the road. And, today it’s easier than ever to learn about smart investments through many online publications, video platforms and investment apps. And, generation Z is shifting from the old, boring investing strategies of baby boomers. Cryptocurrency has become a welcome alternative for younger generations, with many coins growing in value from pennies to thousands of dollars. Those with enough computer experience can even try mining their own crypto in the pursuit of becoming financial whales themselves.

Go On A Trip

There’s no better time to go on an adventure than when you’re young — so make a memory by planning a fun trip. Fortunately, Minnesota is home to many wonderful destinations that are great for a quick getaway that shouldn’t worry the parents too much. Invite your girlfriend or boyfriend on a romantic excursion, get away from crowds at one several outdoorsy destinations or pick a spot on a map and drive to almost anywhere in the state to peep the leaves this fall. And, since you’re likely living off of a summer job, there are even some trusty ways to save money, wherever you travel.

Take Flying Lessons

For those wanting to explore in style, there’s nothing cooler than flying an airplane to your favorite destinations. The best part? Any age can participate in flight school — you simply need to be 16 to solo and 17 to obtain official certification. In fact, you can take control of the cockpit years before you can take control of a car. As such, it’s an impressive but attainable goal to take flying lessons as a high schooler. Plus, it’s an exciting hobby that looks great on a college application and can transform into a lucrative future career. If you’re in high school and want to learn how to fly, take a look at Inflight Pilot Training’s Discovery Flight option. You’ll get the chance to pilot a plane yourself thousands of feet above the ground while receiving introductory training from a certified flight instructor (CFI).

Do you want to learn how to fly?

Taking control of an airplane and soaring the skies under the guidance of a professional pilot is an exciting experience and one that’s likely to become a lifelong passion. With our help, you can achieve the certification you want and set yourself up for future success in your education and career endeavors. All it takes to get started is a quick call or email to Inflight Pilot Training to learn more about our curriculum and schedule your first flight lesson.


For additional information on Inflight training programs, contact us today or call (952) 698-3000.