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!
Basketball, Boys (Winter)
Our Boys' Basketball team dominated the 2021-22 season and went into the GA State Final 8 tournament. Coach Stroud was chosen as Dekalb County, Region 6-AAAA, and AJC Coach of the Year!
Coach: Mr. Antoine Stroud
Basketball, Girls (Winter)
This program is for all girls who are interested in learning the fundamentals of basketball and competing on the high school level.
Follow @druid_lady on Twitter for more information.
Coaches: Ms. Shyronda Mifflin
Cheerleading, Co-Ed Varsity & Junior Varsity (Fall & Winter)
We are leaders in the school who strive to be confident, disciplined, and patient team players. We are hard-working students with positive attitudes that are committed to bringing you joy and spirit to each and every game.
On Instagram: @druidhillsjvcheer @druidhillscheer
Coaches: Coach Mason & Coach Curney
Cross-Country, Co-Ed (Fall)
The Cross Country team welcomes runners of all abilities and fitness levels; the 2021 team featured a State Champion and plenty of athletes who were participating in their first sport since Little Tots soccer. Practices are daily from 3:45-5:45 from DHHS to/through Lullwater Park.
ESports is a Fall sport. The season begins in September. Rocket League, Smash Ultimate, League of Legends, and Madden are the sport currently available. The sports are sanctioned by the Georgia High School Association and are the only ones available at this time.
Flag Football, Girls (Winter)
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. With the first official season being last school year, the Druid Hills Flag Football team has brought students closer together through the sport of football.
Follow on Instagram @druidhills_flagfootball
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.
Follow on Instagram @dhhsgymnastics
Soccer, Girls (Spring)
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
Follow on Instagram @druidhills_girls_soccer
Swim & Dive, Co-Ed (Winter)
DHHS competitive swim & dive team! We swim and dive! Practices at Lakeside - two mornings & three evenings per week, 10 meets. Optional pre-season drylands conditioning for athletes not currently involved in a sport begins in September.
Tennis, Co-Ed (Spring)
Varsity team tennis played in the spring semester. Warm-up and tryouts to be held in late January. Practice starts in February.
Track & Field, Co-Ed (Spring)
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, Co-Ed (Spring)
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.
The Druid Hills volleyball program is made up of 3 teams at the middle school level and three teams at the high school level. Our program has been consistently successful and competitive, qualifying for state in each of the last six seasons.
Coach: Ms. Adrienne Johnson