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Club/Organization List

Fusion Dance Team & Color Guard

Must attend Band Camp and be able to attend all performances and activities.  Must maintain a 2.0 GPA, have exemplary conduct, and be open to spinning flags and performing a variety of dance styles.

Sponsors: See. Mrs. Leimer in 13-100

German Club & German National Honor Soc.

Do you love everything German?  Do you yearn for Schnitzel and Spezi?  Then come celebrate language learning and cultural understanding of German-speaking countries in Der Deutsch Klub. We represent all levels of German speakers in our student-led events and community service projects.

Sponsor: Ms. Sibio, Room: 9-203


GSA - Gay-Straight Alliance

GSA is a student organization intended to provide a safe and environment for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender youth and their straight allies (LGBTA).  Our goal is to make their school community safe and welcoming to all students regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity. 

Sponsor: Ms. Sedore, Room 17-102


The Growler - Newspaper Club

As the newspaper of record for DeLand High School, The Growler strives to collect a record for news not only of the school but of the year's events. To that end we work monthly to publish the paper, free of charge, funded solely through advertising. The Growler has been published since 1924 and is a member of FSPA and JEA.

Sponsor: Mrs. Sniffen, Room: 8-201

Hill Street Theatre

Every year, Thespian Troupe #3030 competes in two different competitions, Districts and State. Our competitive one-act has received a Superior rating (the highest rating!) several years in a row. Ms. Sejansky is DeLand High’s drama director, thespian coordinator, and teacher of four levels of theatre at the school. Multiple Theatre 1 classes as well as a Theatre 2 and a combined Theatre 3/4 class are offered during the day. In addition, an IB component can be added to the class for those students who are involved in the program. Hill Street Theatre is the after school club who puts on all school theater productions, though everyone is welcome to audition. Auditions for shows happen year-round. Keep your eyes peeled for audition flyers or drop by the drama room (lovingly called the Black Box) if you’re interested in getting involved!

Sponsor:  Ms. Sejansky, Room: 13-103



HOSA Club – Emergency Medical Responder 3 Program

The HOSA club is for students that are enrolled in our medical program and actively attending Ms. Hunt’s or Ms. Ashford’s Health Science classes.  HOSA members provide community service and build leadership skills needed for future healthcare professionals.

Sponsors: Ms. Hunt (18-104) &  Ms. Ashford (18-111)


IB Club

Sponsor: Ms. Nehrig in Student Services


Gives young people an opportunity to participate in fun, meaningful, service projects while developing leadership skills and meeting new friends. 

Sponsor: Ms. Rosso, Room: 15-102


ICC - Inter Club Council

Interclub Council is a club run thru the SGA comprised of all the vice-presidents of all campus clubs.  The goal of this organization is to become a united front for certain major school  activities,  keep open lines of communication between all clubs, and raise school spirit and awareness about what our school has to offer.

Sponsors: Mrs. Camacho & Mrs. Williams


Jesus Club

Jesus Club meets twice a month with guest speakers, games, and fellowship to bring together students to learn about and share their faith as they walk through life.

Sponsors: Mr. Rizzo and Mrs. Rizzo - Room: 17-110

Key Club International

A service led organization whose goal is to teach leadership through se


Mental Health Club

The Mental Health Club meets every Thursday during lunch in room 18-111.  The club to bring awareness of mental health concerns and promote mental wellness across campus.

Sponsor: Mrs. Green

Model UN

Model United Nations is a simulation of the UN  General Assembly and other multilateral bodies (UNICF, WHO etc).  In Model UN, students step into the shoes of ambassadors, or “delegates,” make speeches, prepare draft resolutions, negotiate with allies and adversaries, resolve conflicts, and navigate the Model UN conference rules and procedures-all in the interest of mobilizing “international cooperation” to resolve problems that affect countries all over the world.

Sponsor: Ms. Dempsey, Room: 17-206

National Art Honor Society

The National Art Honor Society program was started specifically for high school students in grades 10-12, for the purpose of inspiring and recognizing those students who have shown an outstanding ability in art.


The National Art Honor Society is open to 10th, 11th and 12th grade students who have had a minimum of 18 weeks of art and maintained a B average or better.


  1. Insure and recognize those students who have shown an outstanding ability in art.
  2. Foster excellence and a dedicated spirit to the pursuit of art
  3. Further creative abilities and talents of the Society’s members
  4. Aid members in working toward the attainment of their highest potential in art

Bring art to the attention of the school and the community

Increase an awareness of art in relation to other areas of the school curriculum

Further aesthetic awareness in all aspects of the school’s total program

Sponsor: Mr. Carson, Room: 1-104


National Honor Society

The Athenian Chapter of the NHS is an academic honor society that focuses on service, leadership, character and scholarship.  Juniors and Seniors must have a 3.6 unweighted GPA in order to be invited to join and must thereafter continue to maintain the 3.6+ unweighted GPA in order to remain an active member.


Sponsor: Mrs. Dorcy, Room: 7-206

Project LIT Community

Project LIT Community is a national, grassroots literacy movement dedicated to increasing access to culturally sustaining books and promoting a love of reading in our schools and communities. The club is open to all learners.

Sponsor: Mrs. Wilson - Room: 17-209


What is Renaissance?

The Renaissance movement is a process that empowers students, parents, educators, businesses, and community to work together to encourage achievement and to celebrate the successes of our young people. DeLand High believes the time has come where academic excellence, continuous improvement and citizenship must be promoted and recognized. Therefore we are committed to the development of creating a “Renaissance” in our school. Renaissance is open to all DeLand High students with a GPA of 2.7 or higher.


The Renaissance movement began in 1988, and is supported by the Jostens Company. 7000 schools implement Renaissance strategies. Statistics have shown increased GPA’s, lengthened honor rolls, and improved standardized test scores. In addition, the program has proven to reduce student absenteeism, drop out rates, and many disciplinary problems.

What we do:

  • Freshmen Orientation
  • Homecoming Dance
  • The Growl, Homecoming Pep Rally
  • Teacher of the Month
  • Student of the Month
  • No Tardy Cookies
  • Club Olympics
  • Sweetheart Multi VE Dance
  • Teacher Appreciation
  • Academic Rally, the “Biggest Show of the Year”
  • And the list goes on…

Sponsor: Ms. Camacho, Room: 8-103

Science National Honor Society

The Science National Honor Society (SNHS) recognizes students who have demonstrated excellence in encouraging and recognizing scientific and intellectual thought. ... A member must maintain a B+ average (3.5 on a 4.0 scale) across all science courses.

Sponsor: Mrs. Rosso – Room: 15-102

Science Olympiad

Science Olympiad is a nationally chartered organization which focuses on the acquisition of scientific knowledge and skills through collaboration and competition.  Members will train in specific areas and compete in regional, state, and national competitions.  These competitions will test the students’ ability to apply scientific concepts in testing and building events.  There are 23 team events in each division challenging the team to work together to succeed.

Sponsor: Mr. Tate, Room: 11-201


Spanish National Honor Society

The SHH is an honor society for high school students enrolled in Spanish and/or Portuguese, sponsored by the American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese (AATSP).

The SHH was formally organized as the Spanish National Honor Society in 1953. The name was changed to Sociedad Honoraria Hispánica in 1959. At present there are over 2,500 national and international chapters of the SHH.

The mission of the Sociedad Honoraria Hispánica is to recognize high school achievement in Spanish and Portuguese and to promote interest in Hispanic and Luso-Brazilian studies.

Any secondary school student who has maintained an honor average in the study of Spanish or Portuguese for a minimum of three semesters and is in the 10th grade or higher is eligible to be a member of the SHH. The definition of "honor grade” is left to the discretion of each chapter. It should be remembered that the SHH is an honor society for those students of high academic achievement.

In the spirit of our mission, each year the SHH contributes more than $160,000 in awards to student members of the SHH. The most prestigious of the awards are college scholarships given to 60 high school senior SHH members and the Student Travel Awards given to 24 high school junior SHH members.

Sponsor: Ms. Jendrzejewski, Room: 10-204


SGA - Student Government Association

Consists of SGA Officers, Class Officers & Representatives.

Sponsors: Mrs. Camacho & Mrs. Williams - Room: 8-103

Senior Class Sponsor: Ms. Kinsella-Brinley

Junior Class Sponsor:  Ms. D'Aquino

Sophomore Class Sponsor:  Mr. Shannon

Freshman Class Sponsor: Ms. Goodson


Theater Tech

This elite group provides technical support to all shows in DeLand High’s Theatre. Learn to use state of the art lighting, sound and rigging equipment in our 922 seat Theatre. Open to all students, no experience necessary. Training provided throughout the year.

Sponsor: TBD



Drama Club.

Sponsor: Ms. Sejansky, Room: 13-103


Tri-M: Music Honor Society

Tri-M Music Honor Society is an international honor society for middle and high school students. This National Association for Music Education program recognized students for their academic and musical achievement, rewards them for their accomplishments and service activities, and inspires other students to excel at music and leadership.

Sponsor: Mr. Cawthon – Chorus Room

Video Production

The Video Production Club meets as needed to produce student written programs. The club also films all requested school events, such as Homecoming, Mr. & Miss DHS, and various other productions and events on campus

Sponsor: Mr. Lowenstein – Room: 1-109