DHS Student Clubs and Organizations
Students share their talents and interests by participating in student clubs and organizations. Whether it's doing something they love, learning something new, or supporting a favorite cause, student clubs and organizations offer an abundance of opportunities for personal growth, friendship, and fun.
Clubs and Organizations
The "Art Club" meets after school and is opened to any student from grades 9 – 12. The art club provides students the opportunity to expand their knowledge in art techniques and styles. It also assists students to work on art projects connected to other curriculum areas.
Conduct, Service, Leadership and Character
Student council takes on the responsibility of representing the whole student body. The student council voices the needs, wants and concerns of the student body to the administration (i.e. principals and teachers). They are also responsible for encouraging school spirit through initiating school spirit events such as a school carnival or spirit week (a week filled with events that students could take part in like a jello eating contest, a dance competition, etc).