Welcome to Dade Christian High School’s Clubs and Activities. Enjoy your high school years by becoming involved in one or more of the clubs offered.

DCS encourages student involvement in extracurricular activities. Participation will provide enjoyment and teach teamwork, leadership, discipline, and respect. These clubs offer experience in creativity, business occupations, world languages and cultures, law and government, honor societies, math and other academics subjects, among many other activities.

National Science Honor Society

The Science National Honors Society is an extracurricular club which benefits its members both intellectually and socially. Members of the club will be involved in volunteer opportunities as well as improving their knowledge in the field of science. The SNHS allows its members to come in contact with new people and also with new surroundings. All fields of science are explored especially our Earth’s oceans and wildlife. Members must be at least in their Freshman year as well as hold a GPA of 3.0 or higher. A $45 fee is required for admittance. One meeting will be held per month which will be required for all members to attend, failure to attend without an excused absence will result in a possible dismissal from the society. The society is a perfect opportunity for students to broaden their perspective on nature and the fields of science, as well as provide them with fun and exciting experiences.

  • Steven Willoughby, SNHS Coordinator and Science Department Head
  • Jason Pared, SNHS President
  • Michael Kemp, SNHS Vice President
  • Christopher Cardozo, SNHS Secretary
  • Elvis Guernica, SNHS Treasurer
  • Alexander Leon, SNHS Chaplain

Spanish Club

The Spanish Club is meant to bring together students who are interested in the Spanish language and culture. The club will give students the opportunity to participate in occasional Spanish-related field trips and a variety of service projects to complete during the school year.

National Honor Society

The National Honor Society (NHS) and the National Junior Honor Society (NJHS) are recognition programs for American junior high and high school students who show achievement in scholarship, leadership, service, and character. Eighth graders and high school sophomores are eligible to submit a packet in the fall. Induction for new members is in the fall. As per the NHS constitution, freshmen are not eligible for admission. The students who meet the academic requirements for admission may obtain an application and submit it for further review by the selection committee. The NHS and NJHS members are required to maintain an 87% average (unweighted, unrounded) throughout their studies. They must attend regular monthly meetings and be involved in the NHS and NJHS group projects.

Co-Ed Bible Study

The High School Co-Ed Bible Study Club gives students a place to grow in God. Discussion-oriented meetings include Bible verses and various topics. The Bible study will give students opportunities to reflect on God, to grow in the spiritual, social, emotional, and physical realm, and stand firm on a commitment to Him. The Bible study meets every Tuesday at lunch time.


Future Business Leaders of America is an organization for students to obtain a better understanding of the different career opportunities offered in Business.  Students have the opportunity to hear guest speakers and to participate in competitions, stock market games and attend conventions.  We also raise money for the March of Dimes.  FBLA meets twice a month after school.

Brain Bowl

The IACCS/FACCS Brain Bowl is a two-day, academic team competition for 9th through 12th grade students. The Brain Bowl is an extracurricular activity which encourages students to demonstrate an excellence in academics through both individual and team competitions. There will be after school quiz/competition practice.


The purpose of the Marine Environmental Scuba Society is to give the student an  understanding of the ocean environment and the power of God’s creation. There is a threefold purpose of this program.

  1. To help understand the biotic part of creation and how all life in the ocean is interlinked with one another.
  2.  To help understand the abiotic aspect of how the oceans are affected by human interaction.
  3.  To help maintain the oceans and protecting God’s creations.

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Check back periodically for more information on the various clubs and activities that will be offered this school year!

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