This is only a portion of all the club opportunities we have a DHHS. We will continue to update this list throughout the year. Make sure that you keep an ear out at school for more club opportunities!
Black Student Union
Black Student Union is a club that meets twice a month to discuss the needs of the school and community. We welcome and encourage all ethnicities to join and share their visions and thoughts. Our goal is to continue our schools unity, positivity and school spirit.
Follow on Instagram: @dhhsbsu
Sponsor: Ms. Traci Roberson
French club is an after school club that provides French cultural and linguistic understanding outside the classroom. The club does many activities involving France and French-specking countries to expand cultural knowledge. We highly encourage students taking French to join, however, people taking other world languages with interest in French and Francophone cultures are welcome.
Cards for Humanity
Cards for Humanity (CFH) is a service club dedicated to creating and sending cards to members of the community such as: elders in senior homes, hospital patients, frontline workers, teachers and more. We meet the second and fourth Thursday of every month after school in 110 A. Please reach out to president Ellis Schroeder with any questions or feel free to stop by between classes to speak with Mrs. Shiver :)
Sponsor: Ms. Lydia Shiver
The DHHS Climbing Club is a group of students focused on rock climbing skills and meeting people with similar goals and interests. We plan to participate in bouldering, top-rope, and sport climbing at several climbing gyms in Atlanta. DHHS climbers can also get excited for technique workshops, speakers, and even climbing movie watch parties! DHHS Climbs strives to create a connection at meetings and encourages DHHS climbers to meet friends and belay partners that they can go climbing with independently.
Follow on Instagram: @dhhsclimbs
Sponsor: Mr. Matt Ruben
The DHHS Debate Team competes in local debate competitions throughout the school year. The team focuses primarily on 2-person policy debate. Anyone and everyone is welcome to join!
Sponsors: Ms. Susan Brown, Mr. Brett Flater, & Mr. Christoff Murray
The Environmental Club focuses on creating awareness of environmental issues and how to reduce environmental impact as a school community. We assist in recycling pick-up for the school and working on various green spaces around the school (vegetable garden, pollinator garden). We meet every other Wednesday in Ms. Danner's room (212C).
Follow on Instagram @dhhsenvironmental
Sponsor: Ms. Marcella Danner
FBLA (Future Business Leaders of America)
FBLA helps high school students prepare for careers in business through academic competitions, leadership development, and educational programs.
Genders & Sexualities Alliance
The Genders and Sexualities Alliance (GSA) provides a safe place for students to engage with others from all walks of life, support one another, and discuss issues that are related to sexual orientations and gender identity/expression. As a group we will work towards ending homophobia and transphobia.
Sponsor: Mr. Matthew Kaplan
Tonal Eclipse Glee Club/Mixed Chorus
The Tonal Eclipse Glee Club is an vocal ensemble comprised of male and female voices of students at Druid Hills High School. The group is for any student that enjoys singing many styles of music in a relaxed student led after school rehearsal. We will meet at least once a week and perform at venues on and off the campus of DHHS. Come be a part of this fun loving ensemble!
Sponsor: Mr. Anton Rayburn
Hiking Club is for all students who enjoy visiting state parks and hiking trails. We take a few field trips throughout the year to different sites including Sweetwater Creek and Island Ford. Meetings are held once a month so that students interested can meet one another and plan hikes.
Sponsor: Mr. Matt Ruben
The DHHS International Club is a club with a long history of bringing together students of different cultures to promote cultural diversity and tolerance at our school.
Sponsor: Ms. Alexandra Soares-Salivia
Jewish Student Union
Jewish Student Union is a national Jewish organization that strives to help teens explore and celebrate the rich cultural heritage of the Jewish people.
JSU will facilitate monthly club meetings after school, providing food for the body and soul. Programs include speakers from a variety of Jewish organizations, discussions on timely topics of interest to the participants, and interactive activities. Krispy Kreme doughnuts, Starbucks, holiday foods, or other snacks are always served.
In addition to the regularly scheduled school club meetings, JSU sponsors activities outside of school including Retreats, Citywide holiday parties, community service projects, ski trips, Friday night dinners, international trips, and other exciting events.
Follow on Instagram @dhhsjewishstudentunion
Sponsor: Ms. Alisa Bouer
Model United Nations
Model United Nations, also known as Model UN or MUN, is an educational simulation in which students can learn about diplomacy, international relations, and the United Nations. At a MUN conference, students work as the representative of a country, organization, or person, and must solve a problem with other delegates from around the world. MUN teaches participants skills like research, public speaking, debating, and writing skills, in addition to critical thinking, teamwork, and leadership.
Sponsor: Mr. Nicholas Burgess
National Art Honor Society
National Art Honor Society (NAHS) is a club for ALL students interested in cultivating community through visual arts-based service and activities. Projects include, but are not limited to: painting murals, creating small works to share, hosting art shows, volunteering, and more. We meet the first and third Thursday of every month after school in 110 A.
NAHS students are also invited to participate in our partner club, Cards for Humanity. CFH meets the second and fourth Thursday of every month after school in 110 A.
Please reach out to student leader Ellis Schroeder with any questions or feel free to stop by between classes to speak with Mrs. Shiver :)
National Honor Society
The National Honor Society (NHS) elevates a school’s commitment to the values of scholarship, service, leadership, and character. These four pillars have been associated with membership in the organization since its inception in 1921. Learn more about these four pillars of membership here.
Today, it is estimated that more than one million students participate in NHS activities. NHS chapters are found in all 50 states, US Territories, Canada, and around the world. Chapter membership not only recognizes students for their accomplishments but challenges them to develop further through active involvement in school activities and community service.
Sponsor: Ms. Farris Lewis
National Science Honor Society
The Science National Honor Society (Science NHS) recognizes students who have demonstrated excellence in encouraging and recognizing science and intellectual thought. These students work to advance the students within the schools' knowledge of classical and modern science. The club is student-led and meetings are held at 7:30 on a weekday morning. Students conduct experiments and demos during the school day (typically during lunch) on special occasions like Halloween (spooky science day) in addition to other activities that interest them.
Designed to uplift, encourage & inspire Building self confidence, teaching core values and providing enrichments for all cultures
Decorate teachers' rooms, Create hallway bulletin boards, Decorate student facilities, Feed the less fortunate, Make NICU blankets, Elderly baskets, Teacher incentives, Student surprise deliveries, PEP RALLY dress up, DHHS service project.
Navy Junior ROTC
NJROTC is a leadership/citizenship program that gives students the opportunity to practice and improve their leadership skills, serve their community, and compete for scholarships to military academies, and college ROTC programs. Also, students who enroll in JROTC for a minimum of two years may choose to enlist at the rank of E-2/3 upon graduation.
Follow @druidhillsnjrotc on Instagram and YouTube.
Helen Ruffin Reading Bowl Team
Do you like to read? Are you competitive? Join the State Champion DHHS Reading Bowl team as we read books, host practice competitions and compete at the district, region and state level.
Follow on Instagram @dhhsreads
Sponsor: Ms. Zoe Rascoe
Red Devil Productions
Red Devil Productions is an inclusive club that focuses on performing arts and technical theatre. We will be doing a Winter showcase and a Spring musical. Both productions are directed by students. There's a place for everyone to get involved regardless of experience and skill level.
Follow on Instagram @reddevilproductions
Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps, or JROTC, is a high school elective program whose mission is to teach students citizenship, leadership, character, and community service. The core values are at the heart of JROTC, whose creed emphasizes working to better the cadet’s family, school, and country.
You may think that JROTC is a military-preparation program, but as you can see, it’s not in its mission. Since its beginnings in 1916, the purpose of JROTC has been to teach cadets leadership, geography, civics, health, global awareness, life skills, and U.S. history. With this focus, you will be better positioned to function in life itself, even if you never go into the military.
JROTC offers the opportunity for high school students to enroll in a leadership/citizenship program coordinated under the umbrella of the Career, Technical and Agricultural Education Division of the Georgia Department of Education.
Runes: Revived Literary Magazine
RUNES: REVIVED is the student-run literary at DHHS. It features a variety of student works in poetry, short stories, photography, song writing, digital art, painting, and more. Meeting are generally after schools and all students are encouraged to attend and submit their works. The magazine is available digitally and - in limited number - hard copy.
Sponsor: Mr. Sam Brown
Sociedad Honoraria Hispánica
La Sociedad Honoraria Hispánica is to recognize high achievement in Spanish and and to promote continuity of interest in Hispanic studies. In order to be eligible for membership you must have taken three levels of Spanish (you can currently be in your third year) and have maintained an honors average in the courses.
The Spanish Club is geared towards students who would like opportunities to further explore their interests and an appreciation of the Spanish Speaking countries, their language, and their customs.
Follow on Instagram @spanishclub.dhhs
A Step Team is a team that performs a unique dance art form that originated in Africa. Stepping is a form of percussive dance in which the participants' entire body is used as an instrument to produce complex rhythms and sounds through a mixture of footsteps, spoken works and hand claps.
The Spotlight is Druid Hills' student-run newspaper, which is the longest-running newspaper in DeKalb County. Students will use hands-on journalism skills to write, photograph, and create a newspaper to help inform their community.
Student Government Association
Student Government Association is a student-led club dedicated to promoting school unity and inclusion. Student Government Association (SGA) plans school-wide events, activities, and more. Because school looks different this year it is more prevalent than ever that your voice is heard, and with SGA it will be. Join us and make Druid Hills even more amazing.
The Technology Student Association (TSA) enhances personal development, leadership, and career opportunities in STEM, whereby members apply and integrate these concepts through intracurricular activities, competitions, and related programs.
Sponsor: Mr. Shannon Miller