Art Club The Art Club provides students with a space where they can create, talk about, and look at art outside of a formal class setting. Each month there is a different focus with discussions, activities, and studio time related to that month’s theme.
AUTHORS CORNER CLUB
Join the Authors Corner Club to share your voice and imagination through poems, short stories and novels. Watch this video to learn more...
Dedham High School’s ECHO Magazine is an electronically published literary magazine devoted to creativity, an essential 21st Century Learning Skill, at DHS. The purpose of the magazine is to capture and share the creative talents of students at DHS.
The Dedham High School French Club features cultural activities that highlight the diversity of the Frenchspeaking world. This club is open to all students (not only students of French).
GLOBAL CITIZENSHIP CLUB
Watch this video with Mrs. Guifarro to learn more about the DHS Global Citizenship Club
PERFORMING ARTS COMPANY
The Performing Arts Company (formerly known as the Drama Guild) is open to all students, from beginner to expert. All phases of production will be taught, and students will get a very hands-on approach to theatre including acting, stage managing, lighting, sound, costume, and set design. Drama Club presents a Fall and Spring Production, and also produces a one-act play to compete in the Annual Mass. Dramafest.
SADD has a mission to educate and encourage students against destructive decisions, such as: underage drinking, drug use, smoking, and texting and driving. Learn More About Us By Clicking Above...
SCIENCE OLYMPIAD TEAM
Dedham High School Science Team is in the West Suburban Science League (WSSL) Fun competitions are held monthly. This year the competitions will be held virtually. Students compete in groups made up of 2-4 students. Competitions change each meet and they range in disciplines.
SPEECH AND DEBATE
The DHS Debate Club provides students with an opportunity to practice constructing persuasive arguments, gather evidence, speak in public, formulate an opinion, and discuss current events. It is a way for those who hold opposing view to discuss controversial issues without descending to insult, emotional appeals, or personal bias. The Debate Club embodies the ideals of reasoned argument, tolerance for divergent points of view, and rigorous self-examination. Learn more by clicking above...
The Student Council encourages students to take an active role in planning, coordinating, and participating in activities that will promote school spirit and better their community. The Council members assume leadership roles to learn skills that are transferable to the workplace and community. The Student Council welcomes new members and is open to all interested students.