National Organization

Dover High School offers many nationally organized clubs to help students now and in the future

Learn more about each of these clubs below and how to reach the organizers. 

Business Professionals of America Logo 
 Club Name
Business Professionals
of America (BPA)
 Advisor Ms. Pamela Moore

Contact 302-241-2400
 Time/Date 2:30 to 3:15pm weekly or monthly depending on the time of year
 Description Business Professionals of America is a CTSO (Career and Technical Student Organization) for students pursuing careers in business management, office administration, information technology and other related career fields.
 Department Career and Technical Education - Business
FFA Logo 
Club Name Future Farmers
of America (FFA)
Advisor Ms. Lacey Dixon
Ms. Jennifer Taylor
Contact 302-241-2400
Time/Date 2:30pm 2nd Wednesday of Each Month
Description FFA youth organization that focuses on developing each and every student's potential for premier leadership, personal growth and career success through agricultural education.
Department Career and Technical Education
Animal Science
National Honor Society Logo 
Club Name National Honor Society
Advisor Mr. Jeffrey May
Contact 302-241-2400
Time/Date 2:30pm Third Thursday of the Month
Description The National Honor Society is the leader among organizations and societies that promote appropriate recognition for students who reflect outstanding accomplishments in the areas of scholarship, character, leadership, and service. Tenth and eleventh grade students who are academically eligible with a weighted grade point average of at least 90% are invited to apply, and must complete an application and be accepted by the NHS Faculty Council. As members, students are responsible for completing 24 hours of community service and 2 service projects.
Department All
DECA Logo 
Club Name

Advisor Ms. Casey Stachecki
Ms. Wendy Reed-Ridgeway
Contact 302-241-2400
Time/Date Once a Month (Time TBD)
Description DECA is a club for students enrolled in or who have successfully completed a Marketing, Business, Corporate Management, or Academy of Finance pathway. Students enrolled will be eligible to participate in State Competitions with hopes of going on to Nationals. They will attend meetings, community service, and fundraisers to help grow the club.
Department Career and Technical Education - Business

Skills USA Logo 
Club Name Skills USA
Advisor Mr. Charles M. Christman
Contact 302-241-2400
Time/Date TBD
Description Students learn hands on skills in different aspects of HVAC in a smaller group format. Students get prepared for a hands on competition in February that challenges things they have learned in HVAC. They compete against other schools that also do HVAC. The focus is to get students career ready by getting them the opportunities that they may not get in an everyday class. Students have opportunities to gain scholarships, personal connections with businesses, and experience in an ever growing field.
Department Career and Technical Education
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