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Clubs at DSA for the 2020-2021 School Year

                 *all information is subject to change* 
club name and purposeclub sponsorclub meetings day/timeslogo
Arts Advocacy AmbassadorsMs. DunnAs needed  

Beta Club (invitation only)Dr. PottingerWednesdays (once a month)

For students to take part in community service and spread a source of integrity and citizenship.3:00
Black Student Union (BSU)Ms. DerricksAlternate Wednesdays 2:30

A club to educate people about the black experience, culture, and history, and create an open space for African Americans to tell their stories, teach, be taught, and collaborate.Join meeting
Chess ClubMs. McLendonTwice monthly

Christ in the ClassroomDr. Pottinger & Ms. BranchWednesdays 1:30

CIC provides a space for students to connect with each other and Christ through conversation and studying the Word. Join meeting
Community Service Club 3Ms. Howard 

New Club replacing SADD.  Stay tuned for details
DiPhi 2.0Ms. DyeWednesdays

A club for students where students mix dancing with stepping.12:00-1:00
Def Poets SocietyMs. RoohiTuesdays

Allows students to express themselves through writing and poetry.3:30
EcoTeamMr. WargowskyFridays twice a month

Beautifies the school’s campus and informs the student body and the community about the importance of begin eco-friendly and recycling.3:30
Fashion ClubMs. JacobsTuesdays

For students who have style, want to improve theirs, or just love fashion.3:30
Gay Straight AllianceMr. WargowskyAlternate Fridays

DSA's Gay-Straight Alliance is a safe place for students who identify as LGBTQ+ and also those who are allies. 3:30
Girls Who CodeVacant

temporarily suspending meeting
For girls who work together to impact their community through technology.
Graphic Novel ClubMs. RoohiAlternate Mondays 3:30

Graphic Novel Club is a club where you can discuss, share, and create comics!Join meeting
Helen Ruffin Reading BowlMs. RoohiWednesdays 

Students read the 20 Georgia Children's Book Awards books and compete on their knowledge of the books. 10:00-11:00
History ClubMr. LandesWednesdays   

To explore historically pertinent events and organize the Black History Assembly and the Women’s History Assembly.2:00
Improv ClubDr. Moss-BouldinAlternate Thursdays 3:30

Students meet to learn the basics of improv, a variety of improv games, and how improv can be applied in a real life setting.Join meeting
KrucialMr. WilliamsThree days a week

A hip-hop dance team for students who love to perform.
Latin ClubMs. Galatioto-RuffAlternate Wednesdays

To learn and explore more about the Latin culture, language, and world.1:00
Mathletes (invitation only)Mr. DanielsTuesdays

A group of ten students who compete to solve large real-world problems and take part in competitions.
Mock TrialMr. Landes &     Mr. YeungWednesdays  11:00-1:00

& Thursdays 3:30-5:00
For students to gain experience with court procedures in criminal and civil proceedings and take part in competitions.Join meeting
Music ClubMr. MooreWeekly

there are many students outside of the DSA music department who love music and/or love to create music and this club aims to give all students a space to improve on their music making skills and have a platform to display their creations.newly formed
National Art Honors Society (invitation only)
Our purpose is to assist student members to attain their highest potential in all forms of art, and to raise awareness of art education throughout the school and community. 
Ms. Jacobs

National Honors Society (invitation only)Vacant

Recognizes students who have demonstrated strong character and excelled academically while taking active roles in leadership and service.Not currently organized
On Camera Acting ClubMs. Rinker2-3 times a month

For students aspiring to learn about acting on camera.
Photography ClubMs. JacobsTwice monthly

For student interested in expressing themselves through photographs/ pictures.
RosethroneMs. GriffinTuesdays or Thursdays

A dance club based off K-pop music. We do covers of the dance that out idols do, talk about what's going on in the industry, and plan what we want to learn and perform. It's a safe space for people who enjoy the music or want to know more about it.3:30
Science AppreciationMr. WargowskyThursdays 3:30

Highly acclaimed social organization where students openly discuss science, explore the latest scientific discoveries, and share their interests; ultimately achieving science nirvana. "Collection of geeks, etc." "Wargowsky fanclub in disguise" "Will make you develop weird attraction to Avogadro" "Potential safety hazard to any given building's infrastructure."If you insist on joining despite our ample warnings 
Science OlympiadMr. Wargowsky

a competition in which students compete in events pertaining to various scientific disciplines-biology, chemistry, physics, engineering, etc. 
ScribblerDr. HuntEvery other week

Script Writing ClubDr. HuntThursdays

Script writing and critiquing with the aim of production by the end of the year.3:30
Secret SocietyDr. HuntMondays twice a month

It's a secret
Social Justice ClubMs. RoohiMonthly

An organization of students dedicated to creating unity between people of all backgrounds and raising awareness of and fighting for human, civil, economic, and political issues that face the oppressed & disadvantaged people while trying to build unity between those groups at school. newly formed
Student Government Association (S.G.A)Ms. Roohi &         Ms. MaddenEvery Thursday

The voice of the student body who serve as a model government. 12:30
Students of the Performing Arts (S.P.A)Ms. Galatioto-RuffMondays

For students to advocate for the arts and organize school events like S.P.A. meetings and S.P.A. Dance.3:30
ThespiansMr. ScottTuesdays twice a month

A National Honors Society Drama Club.
Tri-M National Music Honor SocietyDr. Bell

An honors society for any music major or minor student.
YearbookMs. ShafferWhen necessary


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