6th grade leadership is a club open to any 6th grade student who wants to apply. Students selected will be part of a city-wide committee of sixth graders. As a member of this committee, students will meet at the Ohio State University approximately once a month throughout the school year. Committee discussions, activities, and games are designed to nurture each student’s leadership capacity and to work together as they serve their community.
Students in grades 6, 7, and 8 are able to participate. Weekly meetings are held after school one day a week. Projects are usually projects not done in art class because it’s fun to try new things!
Campus Life engages athletes, students and coaches to grow in their faith and sport. All are welcome for food and fellowship Fridays before school at 7:20 a.m.
Cosmos club will explore a variety of topics including crystals, astrology, meditation, and movement. We will spend time each meeting discussing and learning about different ways to connect to each other and nature. We plan to meet once a month from 3:15-4:15. The club is open to 6th, 7th, and 8th graders. Everyone is welcome!
Dance Club is open to 6thgrade students in all of the Dublin Middle Schools. They meet once a week for four weeks to learn to dance. There is a final dinner dance party at a formal location.
Are you a leader in accepting differences? Do you like to help others? Would you like to teach others about diversity and acceptance? Do you like to make new friends?If you answered YES to any of the above questions, then YOUneed to be part of THE DAVIS DIFFERENCE. Davis Difference is designed to guide students to develop the skills needed to help themselves and others accept, understand, embrace, and celebrate differences. Many of the activities will take place during the school day (lunch once a week, study center, and the classroom) with special events planned throughout the school year (sporting events, pre-dance parties, fundraisers, and community events). Students will learn to work together regardless of ability and will have the opportunity to accept the differences that exist in all of us!
Davis Gaming Club
Gaming Club provides a space for students to connect and build community through a shared love of games. Activities include video games, board games, card games, tabletop roleplaying games, and any other games people would like to share! We will meet twice a month on Wednesdays. Let’s team up!
Davis Singers is our pop acapella choir.
DEI (Diversity, Equity & Inclusion)
The Davis Student DEI Group works on inclusivity in our schools and education and activities based on culture and equity. We typically meet twice a month and anyone can join.
The Davis Drama Department performs a play or musical each spring. More information will be available in the fall of what the show will be as well as audition information.
Fiddle Fusion is a string-playing club that preforms fiddling and alternative styles of music. All DMS Orchestra students with at least one year of playing experience are encouraged to join. Rehearsals are on Friday mornings at 7:20 a.m. in the orchestra room.
The National Geographic Society Sponsors this annual event to encourage geographic literacy. Students participate by verbally answering questions dealing with various aspects of geography. Finalists compete for the chance to take a written test that will be entered in the state-wide contest.
Girls Who Code
Girls Who Code is a club designed to close the gender gap in technology. This program works to inspire, educate, and equip girls with the computing skills to pursue 21st century opportunities. They will learn coding, design their own projects, and collaborate with other girls with a similar interest.
Interact Club is the school and community service projects club at Davis. Research shows that service learning improves student self-esteem and motivation and interest in learning. It reinforces values such as justice, compassion and citizenship and builds community support for education. Interact Club members plan, organize and lead service projects within the school and in the community. Service projects have included donations to the Dublin Food Pantry, “adoption” of families for the Holiday season, and Sole Hope project of making shoes for people of Uganda to name a few. The Interact Club is sponsored by Rotary Club. Rotary is a global network of 1.2 million neighbors, friends, leaders, and problem-solvers who see a world where people unite and take action to create lasting change.
Jazz Band is for those students interested in jazz music who have a skill in playing instruments that are considered to be synonymous with jazz music. The band meets before school once a week and performs various times throughout the year.