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National Honor Society

Sponsor: Ms. Rascoe

NHS was formed to honor and recognize excellence as well as provide service to the school and community. Juniors and seniors who have a 3.70 grade point average or higher and have attended Druid Hills High School for one semester will be invited to apply. In order to quality for membership, one must have good character, leadership and service skills that will improve the club positively. Students who have spent any time in OSS during 10th/11th/12th grade are ineligible to apply.

Dues: $20.00 per year.

Meetings: Last Thursday of the month in Media Center before school.

 
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National English Honor Society
 
Sponsor: Ms. Bracewell
 
The NEHS motto, "gelast sceal mid are," is Old English for: "duty goes with honor." The motto represents one of the earliest forms of our language--it affirms and celbrates an obligation to use one's gifts in service to others. Service to peers, school, and community are part and parcel of the NEHS mission--and, indeed, in the grammatical structure of the Old English phrase, "duty" actually proceeds "honor."
 
Dues: $10
 
Meetings: TBA 
Rock 'n' Roll High School

Sponsor: Mr. Gray

Anyone who can play an instrument and sing with a group can join to put on a concert at the end of the year.

Dues: none

Meetings: In room 306A. Announcements will be made for try outs.

Spanish Club

Sponsor: Ms. Heard

The Spanish Club provides a place for people who are currently taking Spanish or will be, and are also interested in the Hispanic culture, meet and be part of activities to fulfill these interests. Through annual activities such as building a Homecoming float, celebration of Spanish holidays such as: Los Dios De Los Muertos, Spanish style Christmas and Valentine's Day. The Spanish club enriches the student's knowledge of Spanish culture beyond that achievable through basic language classes. The students regularly have outings to Mexican restaurants such as"Los Loros" and other Hispanic restaurants.

Dues: $25.00 including T-shirt

Meetings: Every other Monday in room 114A
Spanish National Honor Society
Sponsor: Mr. McConnell
 
Requirements to be a part of Spanish NHS: Two years was/is in Spanish with A’s, clean discipline record, and a 3.0 GPA. Charity and volunteer work is done throughout the year. "Each has a candle in each of his/her hands. This typifies our course of life. Thus, without burning, it exists, but does not live. That candle is saying: 'If they burn me, I live; if not, I die.' May our lives never be candles unburned!"
 
Dues: The dues are $10 for returning members and $20 for new members.
 
Meetings: Spanish NHS meets every first Thursday of every month at 7:30am in room 109A
 
SPROUT Club
Sponsor: Ms. Staines
 
SPROUT (Student Platform for Reform and Outspoken and Unheard Thinking) Club provides students with an opportunity to speak with each other in a safe space, concerning the issues that are present within this community. 
 
Meetings: Fridays at 3:30 PM in room 311A. 
STEP Team

Sponsor: Ms. Aleta Williams

Clap, Tap, Clap, Tap! A creative dancing team of DHHS that puts all its effort to entertain at all events! Join us at events to watch the STEP team groove or join the STEP team to rock the red and black!

Team work makes the dreams work.

Dues: TBA

Meetings: Tuesdays and Thursdays

Student Council
Sponsors: Ms. Steffen, Ms. Roode, Mr. Gray

The Student Council is comprised of class presidents, senators and committee chairs. Elections for officers are held in April or May. Candidates must complete eligibility forms showing they meet grade and discipline requirements and submit teacher recommendations. Elections for officers are held in April or May every year.

Meetings: Student Council meet on selected Thursdays at 3:30 p.m. in room 201A (Ms. Steffen's room).
Technology Student Association
Sponsor: Mr. Miller

The Georgia Technology Student Association (TSA) is committed to providing students with opportunities to excel and advance. The Georgia Technology Student Association strives to meet and exceed the expectations of its membership. Two diverse groups, chosen by their peers, make up our State Officer team and Advisory Council. These two groups are charged with planning, organizing, and participating in GA TSA yearly activities. Anyone can join.

Dues: $0

Meetings: TSA meets every Monday & Thursdays at 3:20pm-4:20pm in room 515C
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