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Druid Hills Middle School

Dekalb County Schools


2022-2023 Clubs and Contact Information

ClubSponsorSponsor's EmailMeeting Information

Library Book ClubsMs. Kochel
Mr. Burrows
[email protected]
[email protected]
See Library's Book Club website for more information.Overbooked meets Wednesdays from 4-5 p.m. and other book clubs meet with Ms. Kochel during the school day. Comics Plus Book Clubs meet weekly with Mr. Burrows.

Chess Club

Dr. Eubanks[email protected]
Meets on Mondays from 4:15-5:30. Everyone is welcome, no experience needed. No cost unless we order Tshirts.

Drama Club

Ms. Cole[email protected]Email Ms. Cole for information. Meets on Tuesdays  after school.
Reading Bowl Team

Ms. Lenz Curns[email protected]The Reading Bowl Team reads books nominated for the Georgia Children's Book Award nominees and participates in the Helen Ruffin Reading Bowl in January. Meetings are Fridays before school in Media 2. Email Ms. Lenz for more information.

Environmental Club

Ms. Cochran[email protected]Environmental Club is an after school activity. Email Ms. Cochran for more information.

Geography Bee

Mr. Sisseval
Mr. Cortes
[email protected]
[email protected]
This club is for students who have an interest in geography and want to participate in the National Geographic Society's Geography Bee. Meeting time will be decided at the first meeting.  We have had several regional winners; if you would like to be the next winner, please join us. Everyone is welcome and we hope to see many students join. Contact Mr. Cortes (Room 401) or Mrs. Schwartz(Room 304) for further details or to join.

Academic Quiz TeamAnthea Hammond, DHMS parent [email protected] 
Are you a lover of learning? Our school has an academic quiz teamNo experience necessary! People of ALL BACKGROUNDS are welcome and encouraged, and the team will be a friendly and supportive group dedicated to learning and improving.Please email Ms. Hammond for more information. 

Beta ClubMs. Wharton[email protected]Email Ms. Wharton for information.

Technology Student Association (TSA) and FLL (FIRST Lego League robotics)

Mr. Friedman[email protected]Email Mr. Friedman for information. TSA and FLL are national CTSOs  (career technical student organizations) that incorporates classroom instruction into competitive events and service projects designed to enhance the student's personal development while promoting leadership skills.

SGA (Student Government Association)Ms. Cherry-Davis[email protected]Email Ms. Cherry-Davis for information.

Ultimate FrisbeeMs. Cochran[email protected]
Practice: TBD,  anyone can join, no experience necessary. Email sponsor, Games/matches played in the fall

Science FairMs. Cochran[email protected]
Practice: ELT and after school, Anyone can join. Email sponsor for more information.
Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA)Ms. Ellington[email protected]Email Ms. Ellington for information.
Dragon AmbassadorsMs. Colossale[email protected]Dragon Ambassadors demonstrate leadership and become a role model for other students. Participants perform local community and service activities within the school. Students are selected based upon teacher recommendations and their application. Meetings take place during ELT. Email Ms. Colossale for information.
Spanish ClubSra. Hardy[email protected]Meets the 2nd Tuesday of each month after school in Sra. Hardy's room. Email Sra. Hardy for more information.
Debate TeamMs. McCauley[email protected]
Debate is a fun way to learn research and public speaking skills. It's open to all students, no experience necessary. Email Ms. McCauley for more information
French ClubMr. Oulai[email protected]Meets the 2nd Tuesday of each month after school in room 316. Email Mr. Oulai for more information.
My Sister's KeeperMs. Beavers[email protected]My Sister’s Keeper prepares young ladies with skills that transcend beyond the classroom.
My Brother's KeeperMr. Riley[email protected]My Brother's Keeper prepares young men with skills that transcend beyond the classroom.