This is only a portion of all the sports and team 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 sport opportunities!
Cross-Country, Co-Ed (Fall)
The Runnin' Red Devil Cross Country Team no-cut, varsity and junior varsity Fall sport. You come out every day, you make the team! How cool! Runners practice daily from 3:30-5:45 at DHHS and run through the bucolic trails at Lullwater Park behind the school. It's also a family, a place to get a snazzy t-shirt, a cult, and a fine place to invest time, effort, and energy. Dues are $50, and there are 10 meets. Runners need a physical and concussion form.
Flag Football, Girls (Winter)
This is the first year that girls flag football is a varsity sport here at Druid Hills. We need all the great athletes we can get. If you are fast, dedicated, try hard, and a great teammate please consider playing with us. Our season will start September 20th and run all the way to Thanksgiving Break. We will practice at the High School immediately following school. Comb and be a part of the first team ever. Follow @druidhills_flagfootball on Instagram.
Gymnastics, Girls (Spring)
Our goal is to develop each gymnasts to her full potential in a safe enjoyable space. Every gymnasts will gain a greater sense of her ability while working together as a team.
Lacrosse, Boys (Spring)
Players wanted for boys lacrosse team. • No experience necessary. We will teach you to play. • Druid Hills players have gone on to play at the college level—several under scholarships • Lacrosse is a contact sport that bears similarities to basketball, soccer, football, and hockey, and is more about coordination and agility than brawn. • Atlanta has a professional lacrosse team; numerous colleges have the sport and offer scholarships. • NFL players who played lacrosse: Jim Brown, RB, Cleveland Browns; Chris Hogan, WR, Carolina Panthers; Patrick Kearny, DE, Atlanta Falcons; Chris Long, DE, Philadelphia Eagles; Bill Belichick, Coach, New England Patriots
Lacrosse, Girls (Spring)
New players welcome. Practices weekdays after school and about 10 games. Equipment available for new players. Check out the team's Instagram at @druidhillsgirlslax for more information.
If you are interested in playing girls soccer, we have two teams the Varsity and Junior Varsity Teams. The season is during the Spring Semester. Tryouts will be in January, we will have conditioning during the fall semester. Check out the DHHS Soccer Booster Club website. for more information
The Druid Hills Track & Field Team is one of the most successful teams at DHHS! Every year, several athletes compete at the State level and receive top honors in the finals. The team has also had several state champions! During the 2019 season, the girls team earned the title of Region Runner Up, and the boys earned 3rd place. Several athletes also qualified for the State Championships. Over 30 track & field athletes have received scholarships to compete on the collegiate level. Experience is not needed to tryout for the track team. One just needs heart and dedication. Also, the amazing coaching staff will develop all athletes to become an awesome runner, thrower, or jumper. What are you afraid of? Join today and get ready to Run, Jump, Throw, and Compete!
Ultimate, originally known as ultimate Frisbee, is a non-contact team game. Although ultimate resembles many traditional sports in its athletic requirements, it is unlike most sports due to its focus on self-officiating, even at the highest levels of competition. From its beginnings in the American counterculture of the late 1960s, ultimate has resisted empowering any referee with rule enforcement. Instead, it relies on the sportsmanship of players and invokes the "spirit of the game" to maintain fair play. Players call their own fouls, and dispute a foul only when they genuinely believe it did not occur.