What is it: This club completes different art projects.
Who: Anyone can join!
Contact: Ms. Tatum
What is it: This club is a group of studnets who learn the fundamentals of ballroom dancing. Member is responsible to pay for their performance outfit at the end of season.
Contact: Mrs. Hill
What is it: The basketball season runs from March through May and requires the students to maintain their academics as well as represent the school with respect and pride. A $75 Pay to Play fee is required to join.
Who: Open to all students to try out. Final team will be selected by the coaches.
Contact: Girls Coach Bradley and Boys Coach Koref
What is it: BETA is an honors society of academically successful students looking for leadership opportunities. BETA's goal is to encourage good citizenship and build character through service projects in the school and community.
Who: 7th and 8th graders who are on Honor Roll will recieve an invitation.
Contact: Mrs. Hirth
What is it: Cross Country is a sport in which teams and individuals run a race on open air cources over natural terrain.A $75 Pay to Play fee is required to join.
Contact: Girls Mrs. Collado and Boys Mr. Jackson
What is it: DREAM stands for Dynamic Responsible Educated Achieving Men. This club is a boys mentoring group that is designed to help develop relationships with our youth, promote family and peer relationships and develop positive decision making.
Who: Males in all grade levels.
Contact: Mr. Franklin
What is it: FCA, or Fellowship of Christian Athletes, is a group that meets to have fun and learn about how to live life-based on the teachings in the Bible.
Contact: Ms. Brichler
What is it: This club consists of enthusiastic, dynamic, fun and hardworking students whose mission is to represent the school with spirit and pride! Performances range from halftime shows during our school basketball season, campus activities and the Deltona Parade. A $50 club fee for the uniform is required to join.
Who: Open to all students to tryout. Final team will be selected by judges.
What is it: This club is a unique girls mentoring program. It is designed with the following objectives in mind: empowerment of self, the value of academic achievement, etiquette and an all around better YOU!
Who: All grade levels by invitation only.
Contact: Dr. Pough
What is it: This club is a competition team in which students compete in events pertaining to various scientific categories, including earth science, biology, chemistry, physics and engineering. A $40 fee is required to join.
Who: All grade levels by science teacher invitation only.
Contact: Mr. Innes
What is it: Lead the Way with SGA! Student government addresses problems/concerns of students and makes changes if possible. SGA also creates student experiences on campus and performs public services.
Contact: Mrs. Hill
What is it: This club's goal is to produce the school's annual yearbook. Members who join will be taught basic lessons in photography, writing, editing and electronic layouts.
Who: 7th and 8th grade students.
Contact: Mrs. Krob