Get Involved

Elementary, middle, and high school students working at their group levels in a club
  • Clubs and organizations are a great way to help develop character and the skills that will benefit you in school, your career, and in life. Skills like commitment, leadership, effective communication, and being able to work successfully in a group all come from participating in a club or organization. Joining a club is a great way to make friends, develop leadership skills, and boost your college resumé.

  • Step Team Club

  • 5000 Role Models of Excellence Project Club


    Meeting time: 3


    Each minority male student will graduate from high school, go to college, vocational school or the military and be positioned to become a contributing and self-sustaining member of society..


    Founded by then Miami-Dade County School Board Member Frederica S. Wilson, now a member of the United States Congress, the 5000 Role Models of Excellence Project was initiated by the Miami-Dade County School Board in March 1993, due to the realization that there is an ongoing crisis in the lives of many young males. The project’s mission is to intervene in the lives of at-risk boys, in order to provide them with alternatives that will lead them away from a life of crime and violence.


    air force jrotc

    Air Force Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps

  • Business Professionals of America (BPA)

    Sponsor: Chandra Powell 

    Business Professionals of America (BPA)
    Develop and empower student leaders to discover their passion and change the world through business and technology. Middle and High school student compete in events in Finance, Marketing Management, Information Technology, Digital Communication and Health Services.

    Meeting Days and Times: Wednesdays 3-4pm
    Meeting Location: Room 403

  • Debate

    Jacqueline Singletary Head Coach
    Ms. Celestin
    Ms. B. Smith 

    Dillard Debate for both middle and high school grade levels. Debate club helps students to develop public speaking skills and participate in competitions around the county, state, and in the nation. This is also a class and in order to be part of the team, one must be enrolled in the debate class.

    Meeting Days and Times:
    Tuesdays at 3 pm
    Meeting Location:
    Room 563

  • First Priority Club


    Meeting Time: 

    To Take The Hope of Christ to Every Student

    To unite the local church with a plan of action to influence middle and high schools with the gospel.

    Core Values:
    Gospel Focused
    Strategy Based
    Local Church Engaged

      1. First Priority has a simple, effective strategy to unite the local church on public school campuses that is unique to any other youth organization.
      2. First Priority reaches students right where they are. 12% of America’s youth attend church weekly, while 95% attend school daily.
      3. First Priority works through the local church uniting the body of Christ while sharing the Gospel.
      4. First Priority engages local Christian business leaders to support the mission across denominational and racial divides leading the way for churches and schools to follow.

  • HOSA Club

    Sponsor: Ms. J. Jones

    HOSA-Future Health Professionals is a club for students who are interested in the healthcare industry and/STEM. There are many opportunities for students to become leaders in their community through competition, community service, and health education.

    Meeting Frequency: 2 times a month

    Meetings Day: 

    Meeting Location: Room 426

    Remind Code: 

  • NAHS - National Art Honor Society

    Sponsor: Mr. Celestin Joseph 

    The National Art Honor Society (NAHS) is open to all students for the purpose of inspiring and recognizing those who show outstanding ability in art. NAHS strives toward the attainment of the highest standards in art areas, and to bring art to the attention of the school and the community.
    The Art Club is open to students that enjoy using their art skills to make Dillard High School a great place to be.
    NAHS and Art Club meet in room 271  every Wednesday from 3pm - 4:45pm.
    NAHS - National Art Honor Society
    Fashion Club

  • National Honor Society (NHS)

    LogoDescription automatically generated

    Welcome to the Dillard High School Chapter of the National Honor Society!

    The National Honor Society (NHS) is the nation's premier organization established to recognize outstanding high school students. More than just an honor roll, NHS serves to recognize those students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of scholarship, service, leadership, and character.

    Meeting Days and Times:
    1st and 3rd Mondays' right after school
    Meeting Location:

  • Rotary Interact

    Jess Swanson
    Rotary Interact

    Meeting Days and Times:
    The 2nd and 4th Mondays of the month

    Meeting Location
    Room 178

  • SIGMAC@TS Robotics

    Sponsor: Mr. Steve Szoke 

    Meeting Location: Room176

    To stay up-to-date with all things 108, make sure to follow our social media accounts and check in on our website. We post team updates and events regularly!

    Website icon Instagram icon Facebook icon TikTok icon YouTube icon


    Dillard 6-12 High School
    Middle Grade VEX Robotic Club Website Information

    Mission Statement

    The DHS Robotics club is an extracurricular club for students with a passion for assembling and performance. We compete in tournaments across Broward, Miami-Dade and the state of Florida throughout the school year, and even into the summer.


    vrc claw

    Robotics enhances student interest and involvement in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) in every subject. Students are engaged in hands-on, experimental and sustainable robotics engineering programs. Robotics prepares students to become future innovators with an increased interest in STEM subject areas and pursue STEM-vrcrelated careers. Through partnerships with and grants from the National Science Foundation and the REC Foundation for VEX robotics, Broward County Public Schools is providing opportunities for all students in computer science and robotics.

    About VEX and FIRST Robotics

    • VEX Robotics provides tools to inspire the problem solvers of tomorrow through the use of educational robotic solutions. Its goal is to create engaging, affordable and powerful solutions that immerse students in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) through the excitement of building and programming educational robotics kits. VEX Robotics competitions bring STEM skills to life by tasking teams of students with designing and building a robot to play against other teams in a game-based engineering challenge. Classroom STEM concepts are put to the test as students learn lifelong skills in teamwork, leadership, communications and more. Tournaments are held year-round at the regional, state and national levels and culminate at the VEX Robotics World Championship each April.
    • FIRST Robotics combines the excitement of sports with the rigor of science and technology to create the ultimate sport for the mind. Teams compete head-to-head on a special playing field with robots they have designed, built and programmed. FIRST Robotics addresses inequities in STEM. Supported by generous donors, grants are awarded each year to schools and other community organizations throughout the United States and Canada that serve young people whose access to STEM education and enrichment might otherwise be limited.

    Sponsor Information

    Dave Gilbert

    Room 177


    Club Officers

    President of Robotics:  Keitheem Johnson

    Vice President of Robotics: Mikhail Ward

    Secretary:  Jadan Richards 

    Operations:  Tairee McIntyre


    Meeting Dates

    Wednesday from 2:45pm - 4:45pm @Room 177


    Club Requirement/ Membership Criteria

    1. You are required to show up for scheduled meetings or reach out to leadership if you cannot attend.


    Traditional Events

    • Weekend Competitions


    Benefits of Membership

    • Scholarship Opportunities
    • Field Trips for Competitions

  • Women of Tomorrow (WOT)

    Women Of Tomorrow Mentor & Scholarship Program

    LogoDescription automatically generated


    The Women of Tomorrow’s mission is to inspire, motivate, and empower at risk young women to live up to their potential through a unique group mentoring program with highly accomplished professional women and scholarship opportunities.

    School Coordinator

    M. Mckenzie


    Important Club Information

    Meeting Dates: Members will meet once a month for an hour during which time we will engage in the following activities:

    • Meet & learn pertinent information from our mentor
    • Small groups with guest speakers and mentor
    • Plan for monthly activities/themes/field trips
    • Complete important documents
    • Participate in meaningful activities
    • Prepare for life beyond high school

    We will meet monthly in room . We will meet after school one month and the following month during school. We will continue that scheduled pattern throughout the school year (for example if we meet after school in September we will meet during school in October) New members will be added to our Canvas Page.

    Reminders and Information: Members can stay up to date with club activities, events, and important deadlines by:

    • Reading WOT Canvas messages
    • Reading WOT Canvas announcements


    In order to have an opportunity to earn WOT scholarships, members must attend meetings once a month consistently & be a member for 3 years.

    Events, Activities, & Field trips

    Members will have the opportunity to participate in WOT activities in order to have future access to scholarship opportunities. Below are WOT activities that support growth:

    • Meetings: These are at least 1 hour to communicate information & mentor members once a month
    • Field trips: We will have at least 1 field trip per school year
    • Submissions: Students will submit important documents related to scholarships and more by specific deadlines
    • Guest Speakers: Speakers will visit periodically to enhance student knowledge of careers and skills for the real world

    Criteria for Joining

    Women of Tomorrow Mentoring & Scholarship Program is for girls in 9th-12th grade who have different strengths and weaknesses in a plethora of areas, which will help them empower each other & be empowered by a mentor. Girls should be open to interact with professional women who will be their mentors in a small group setting. The goal is to support young women growing in various areas as well as prepare for life after high school. Girls should be responsible by attending meetings and communicating with activity school coordinator & mentor.

  • Yearbook

    Sponsor: Ms. Thomas

    Our Yearbook Club is responsible for creating our annual yearbook. They always do a great job!

  • YMCA Middle School Force

    YMCA Middle School Force

    Students engage in student enrichment and tutoring. Kids socially connect through athletic activities. Such as basketball, flag football, and chess.

    Mr. Sam Payne
    Mr. Philpart
    Meeting Days and Times:
    Monday - Thursday 2:40 pm - 5:30 pm
    Meeting Location:
    Dillard 6-12 Cafeteria