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Anime Club
Sponsors: Ms. Rascoe and Mr. Hickey

Anime is Japanese animation, which in the opinion of Anime Club, consists of cartoons that are much better drawn and plotted than American cartoons. We typically watch the subtitled version, where the words appear across the bottom of the screen in English, but the cartoon is actually in Japanese. We also hots discussions about the movies and have the occasional video game tournament. 

Meetings:  Every other Friday in the Media Center
 
Art National Honor Society
Sponsor(s): Ms. Petersen, Ms. Allen & Ms. Staton-Griffith

Recognizes students’ outstanding ability in art, serves as an inspiration, fosters art excellence, encourages creative art ability, assists students in their art potential, augments an awareness of art, advances aesthetic awareness, and promotes visual arts at Druid Hills.

Dues: $10.00 for sophomores and juniors

$22.00 for seniors (this include your honor cord)

Meetings: we usually meet once a month. We rotate meetings in various art rooms.

Beta Club
Sponsor(s): Ms. Ross 

Beta Club is a service club hosted by Druid Hills High School for sophomores, juniors and senior with a 3.5 GPA or higher. Members are encouraged to participate in volunteer activities throughout the year. Members are selected in the fall and induction is held in the fall of each year. Beta club sponsors the Baron's Hall awards every year, choosing the best seniors for each award in the areas of arts, performing literary visual, languages, sports, academics, and community service. One senior is chosen as the Baron of Druid Hills.

"Let us Lead by Serving Others"

Dues: are $30 for new members and $15 for returning members

Meetings: 1st Wednesday of each month
Debate Team

Sponsor(s): Mr. Gray and Mr. Flater

Mission: Learning how to think and argue. Come to practice.

Dues: per tournament

Meetings: club meet Tuesdays and Thursdays after school in 306A

 

Environmental Club
Sponsor: Ms. Montooth

Members must have an interest in protecting the environment. We encourage you to join us to plant trees, help recycle and make our world a better place.

Dues: $5

Meetings: The Environment Club meets after school on Fridays in room 301A (not every Friday).

Film Analysis Club
Sponsor: Ms. Radcliff 
 
The purpose of this club is for members to work on their analytical skills in general, and also explore the deeper meanings behind film. With each meeting we watch scenes from the movie (or the full movie if time permits) then begin to break down and discuss what we have taken from it. 
 
Meetings: Monday 3:30 PM - 5:30 PM in 209A 
FCCLA
Sponsors: Ms. Mosses and Ms. Brooks

FCCLA provides opportunities for personal development, strengthen the function of the family, encourage democracy through cooperative action in the home/community, encourage global harmony, promote greater understanding between youth and adults, provide opportunities for assuming responsibilities, and promote FCS and related occupations.

Dues: $20

Meetings: FCCLA meets every 3rd Tuesday from 3:30 - 4:30 in room 502.

Future Business Leaders of America
Sponsor(s): Ms. Washington, Ms. Hill, Mrs. Wright, Ms. Smith

Our mission is to bring business and education together in a positive working relationship through innovative leadership and career development programs. And will prepare you for prosperous future in the business world.

Dues: $15

Meetings: FBLA meets every other Tuesday after school at 3:20 pm in 307A

Followers of Christ
Sponsors: Ms. Jackson and Mr. Sadler

Meetings: Every other Wednesday at 3:30

Purpose: This club brings together followers of Christ to share their interest and faith while also helping the community. Anyone with a strong interest in being a Christian is welcome to attend.

French Club
Sponsor: Madame Kubiak

To enrich our knowledge of the French language and to gain respect for French culture, French dinners, French Films, homecoming Participation, Arts and Crafts, songs and dance. Members should love the French culture and language! Anyone with an interest of French language & culture may join. Knowledge of French is not required.

Dues: $20.00 (including t-shirt)

Meetings: Meets the fourth Wednesday every month at 3:30-4:30 pm in room 111A
French National Honor Society
Sponsor: Madame Kubiak

French NHS is the place where we appreciate the wonderful culture of France and the beautiful language of French. All French - taking students, come join us to celebrate this culture! GPA should be 3.0 or higher. Applications are available beginning in march 2015.

Dues: $20

Meetings: Dates fluctuates according to need. Meet in room 111A at 7:30 am

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