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American Sign Language

ASL club is open to any interested students, not just those taking ASL classes. We practice our signing skills and attend events such as Sign-and-Dine, as well as opportunities to interact with the greater deaf community in the metropolitan Phoenix area.


Sponsor:

Chris Brown 

[email protected]


AVID Club

The AVID Club is for students in the AVID program who want an opportunity to gain extra leadership skills, and help make decisions for the entire AVID program. At meetings we talk about ways to improve the program as a whole with the voice of each grade level. The AVID club also facilitates fundraisers, and is a group used for recruiting at the elementary and middle schools.


Sponsor:

Alesha Wisbey 

[email protected]


Band Club

For students who are unable to fit the marching band class into their schedule, they are able to be a part of the after school rehearsals. Being a part of band club requires students to prepare their music/drill more independently, as we don't see those students during the school day, but these students get to be a part of all training, competition, travel, and community events that class members are. This is great for students with a full schedule due to wanting to earn CTE Credits, retake classes, or other scheduling conflicts. Students who are only in the band club (not signed up for the class) do not receive a PE credit and will need to supplement that in order to graduate. A fee applies and is paid through the bookstore.


Sponsor:

Jordan Mooney  

[email protected]


Beach Volleyball Club

Beach Volleyball Club is geared towards current or interested beach volleyball athletes, both in-season and out-of-season. Student-athletes meet to participate in workouts, practices, and other team activities.


Sponsor:

Spencer Meyer  

[email protected]


Best Buddies Club

Best Buddies Club fosters one-to-one friendships between high school students with and without IDD (intellectual or developmental disability). In this time of heightened social and emotional development that can be difficult, even for teenagers without IDD, the Best Buddies High Schools program helps break through social barriers at an important time in a young person’s life. Any person on campus without IDD who is in good standing within the school district can join the Best Buddies Club! We hold a match party to match IDD students with non-IDD students, typically we have a movie night, bowling, prom, and we try to hold an outdoor event at the park.


Sponsor:

Julianne Brown 

[email protected]


Boys' Baseball Club

Boys’ Baseball Club is geared towards current or interested baseball athletes, both in-season and out-of-season. Student-athletes meet to participate in workouts, practices, and other team activities.  


Sponsor:

Kevin Carleton

[email protected]


Boys’ Basketball Club

Boys’ Basketball Club is geared towards current or interested basketball athletes, both in-season and out-of-season. Student-athletes meet to participate in workouts, practices, and other team activities.


Sponsor:

Keegan Cook

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Boys’ Football Club

Boys’ Football Club is geared towards current or interested football athletes, both in-season and out-of-season. Student-athletes meet to participate in workouts, practices, and other team activities.  


Sponsor:

John Ganados 

[email protected]


Boys’ Soccer Club

Boys’ Soccer Club is geared towards current or interested soccer athletes, both in-season and out-of-season. Student-athletes meet to participate in workouts, practices, and other team activities.  


Sponsor:

Jose Partida  

[email protected]


Boys’ Volleyball Club

Boys’ Volleyball Club is geared towards current or interested volleyball athletes, both in-season and out-of-season. Student-athletes meet to participate in workouts, practices, and other team activities.  


Sponsor:

Alma Lindsey 

[email protected]


Cross/Country/100 Mile Club

Cross Country Club is geared towards current or interested cross country athletes, both in-season and out-of-season. Student-athletes meet to participate in workouts, practices, and other team activities. 


Sponsor:

Ivory Carson 

[email protected]


CTSO/Automotive

SkillsUSA is a partnership of students, teachers, and industry working together to ensure America has a skilled workforce. We help each student excel. A nonprofit national education association, SkillsUSA serves middle-school, high-school and college/postsecondary students preparing for careers in trade, technical and skilled service occupations, like auto mechanics.  


Sponsor:

Kurt Woods 

[email protected]


CTSO/Film & TV

The TV & Film Club is responsible for announcements, live streaming events, and creating video content for our school. As a CTE class, there are many opportunities that come from being a part of this program, such as membership in a student-led organization, work-based learning opportunities, and possible internships. Our student-led organization allows students to take the technical and professional skills that they have obtained while being a part of the program and compete in leadership events at the state and national level. Another aspect of our TV & Film program is our Dysart Student Broadcasting (DSB), which is the work based learning opportunity students get by live streaming events on our campus.


Sponsor:

TBD  


CTSO/Graphic Design

Sponsor:

TBD


HOSA

HOSA is a student-led CTE student organization (CTSO) designed to prepare students who are interested in pursuing healthcare careers after high school. Students get to participate in leadership conferences, networking, camps, events, competitions, and community service projects. Club meetings are typically held 1-2 times per month to prepare for events and competitions. Students competing at the state and national level get to travel both in and out of state (the costs for which are covered by the district CTE department).  


Sponsor:

Melissa Schneider

[email protected]


Athletic/Sports Medicine Club

Sponsor:

Chris Candia

[email protected]


DECA Club

DECA prepares emerging leaders and entrepreneurs for careers in marketing, finance, hospitality, and management in high schools and high schools and colleges around the world. DECA competitions and curriculum is integrated within the Business and Marketing Program in our daily routines and lessons during class time. Additionally, our school store, The Hot Spot, is a huge part of DECA and the Business and Marketing Program as it serves as the workbase, project base, and SBE of the CTE program.  


Sponsor:

Leslie Palombo 

[email protected]


Drama Club

The Drama Club meets regularly with students interested in learning more about theater and participating in DHS performances.  


Sponsor:

Laura Poole

[email protected]


Girls’ Basketball Club

Girls’ Basketball Club is geared towards current or interested basketball athletes, both in-season and out-of-season. Student-athletes meet to participate in workouts, practices, and other team activities.


Sponsor:

Erica Ganados  

[email protected]


Girls’ Soccer Club

Girls’ Soccer Club is geared towards current or interested soccer athletes, both in-season and out-of-season. Student-athletes meet to participate in workouts, practices, and other team activities. 


Sponsor:

Ashley Mette 

[email protected]


Girls’ Softball Club

Girls’ Softball Club is geared towards current or interested softball athletes, both in-season and out-of-season. Student-athletes meet to participate in workouts, practices, and other team activities.


Sponsor:

Demian Welker   

[email protected]


JROTC Club

The Mission of JRTOC is to motivate young people to be better citizens. JROTC does a number of community service events throughout the year, from Produce on Wheels to Adopt-a-Street. The Color Guard is not only an AIA sport, but they’re also the face of JROTC. They have presented colors at Major League Baseball spring training games, arena football games, and a number of high profile events throughout the Valley. We also have a Raiders team that travels throughout Arizona, competing in physical training events, obstacles, and rope bridges. The Demon Battalion Marksmanship Team competes in marksmanship events and is also an AIA-sanctioned team. Our cadets learn leadership, citizenship, along with other courses three times a week. The other two days consist of drill, the backbone of discipline, and physical training, which helps prompt teamwork.  


Sponsors:

Sgt. Jimmy Marose & Sgt. Jon Linde    

[email protected] / [email protected]


Key Club

Dysart Key Club was established in 1974.  Key Club is the world's largest high school organization. KEY stands for "KIWANIS EDUCATE YOUTH". Dysart Key Club has volunteered at events such as: the Fiesta Bowl Parade, Kiwanis Kids Day at the Fair, El Mirage City events and the Pat Tillman Run. In addition, Dysart Key Club attends the Southwest District Convention and leadership classes, works on a service project, votes for officers and has fun at the same time! Furthermore, at DHS campus, Key Club engages in on-campus activities such as: hall decor, tailgate party, cleaning up football stands after games, and providing service to DHS students with tutoring and fundraisers.


Sponsor:

TBD


NHS

National Honor Society is made up of the best and brightest of the school community. NHS members are invited to apply and go through a screening process. NHS student membership is the true mark of academic achievement, going far beyond a report card. All student members must also reflect the program’s respective pillars to be inducted - ideals such as scholarship, service, leadership, and character. Students must continue demonstrating these pillars within their community through their membership.


Sponsor:

Christopher Brown 

[email protected]


P.E.T.A.L. Club

P.E.T.A.L., Promoting Equality, Tolerance, Acceptance, and Love, is a club committed to creating a welcome environment for all students and promoting diversity on campus. Club members work to establish a positive environment in which students feel safe to express themselves as well as provide resources for those in need. The ultimate goal is to make Dysart known as a place in which everyone is equal, accepted, and loved.


Sponsor:

Maryssa Siegle 

[email protected]


Spiritline Club

Spiritline Club is geared towards current or interested spiritline athletes, both in-season and out-of-season. Student-athletes meet to participate in workouts, practices, and other team activities.


Sponsors:

Hannah Bowen & Maleigha Welsh

[email protected] / [email protected]


Stuco

The DHS Student Council is filled with motivated, model students whose collective goal is to help provide the perfect high school experience for the entire student body. By working in several committees throughout the year, council members have multiple opportunities to gather ideas from the campus for planning events and improving school life. The Student Council organizes and hosts spirit assemblies, dances, movie nights, pep rallies, Trunk-or-Treat, and other fundraisers. Students also work with their class clubs (which are open to all students within the grade level) to plan additional events, such as staff vs. student games and prom. All members of the council are elected into their positions at the end of each school year after going through a rigorous interview and election process. If anyone has questions about events or suggestions on bettering campus life, please reach out to these elected members or the advisor.


Sponsor:

Maryssa Siegle 

[email protected]


Swim & Dive Club

Swim & Dive Club is geared towards current or interested swim and dive athletes, both in-season and out-of-season. Student-athletes meet to participate in workouts, practices, and other team activities. 


Sponsor:

Jen Carleton  

[email protected]


Tennis Club

Tennis Club is geared towards current or interested tennis athletes, both in-season and out-of-season. Student-athletes meet to participate in workouts, practices, and other team activities.


Sponsor:

Michael Anderson

[email protected]


Volleyball Club

Volleyball Club is geared towards current or interested volleyball athletes, both in-season and out-of-season. Student-athletes meet to participate in workouts, practices, and other team activities. 


Sponsor:

Larissa Diaz-Shaw

[email protected]


Wrestling Club

Wrestling Club is geared towards current or interested wrestling athletes, both in-season and out-of-season. Student-athletes meet to participate in workouts, practices, and other team activities. 


Sponsor:

Ben Bloom  

[email protected]


Yearbook Club

Sponsor:

TBD

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