The Boyce Intramural Program has been growing in popularity every school year. Although there are traditional activities available, what makes this program unique are the non-traditional activities.
The program director is Dave DeVenzio. His take on the evolution of intramural activities, "When I first started working at Boyce, I didn't realize how busy most of the students would be. Families, jobs, obligations, etc., makes time the most valuable resource of our student body. So when we developed our schedule of events, spare time of the student is the major planning factor."
As a result, you will find the "normal" sports such as bowling, basketball, table tennis, etc., that you find at most schools. But you will also find such events as Oreo stacking, Connect 4, Cards in the Hat, and Tiddlywinks, just to name a few. You won't find those at many other places.
DeVenzio added, "We want the student to feel welcome and give him/her a chance to get away from their schoolwork for a while. Our zany activities don't take up much time at all, but still gives the student a mental release and a chance to laugh, while still competing."