Come explore the final frontier with the Astronomy Club. Activities include outings at COSI, Perkins Observatory, exploring the night sky to observe  meteor showers, and informative meetings at school. We are also members of the Astronomical Society at The Ohio State University and are invited to their meetings and activities.

Advisor - Mrs. Garrick


The Battle of the Books Club divides a list of books among its members to compete in a Central Ohio competition in the spring. Meetings are held twice a month in the Media Center after school. 

Advisor - Mrs. Van Arsdale


This student run club meets twice a month on Mondays after school in the media center.  The club chooses the books to be read and organizes activities and discussion. 

Advisor - Mrs. Van Arsdale



The Business Club serves as a gathering of like minded business oriented students. This club is a charter member of Future Business Leaders of America and competes in state and national competitions covering a wide gamut of subject matter. The group hosts monthly speakers, participates in business etiquette class and attends field trips.

Advisor - Mr. Jeff Montenaro



Chemistry Club is open to AP Chemistry students - current and past.  The purpose of the club is to provide extra practice and resources for students studying chemistry and to help previous chemistry students maintain skills for college.

Advisor - Ms. Nancy Johnson


n the Chinese Club, members learn about Chinese culture, history and language. Activities include Chinese games, eating Chinese food, watching movies, listening to music, dancing, cooking, and more.  Please come have fun with us! HUAN YING!

Advisor - Mrs. Menqi Wu


The Engineering Club is designed to inspire students to further consider and pursue the engineering profession. Students participate in activities that foster teamwork, problem solving, creativity, and critical thinking. They experience engineering situations outside of the high school classroom in industries, universities, design firms and more!

Advisor - Mrs. Sheila Yerkey


The French Club is open to any student who is interested in learning more about the French culture and is designed to promote and encourage the understanding of that culture. The club meets on a monthly basis to participate in activities including, but not limited to: making (and eating!) crepes, viewing French films and celebrating Francophone holidays. 

Advisor - Mrs. Evans



The Future Medical Professionals is designed for students interested in entering the medical field.  At meetings, students hear short presentations on science careers and public health, and learn about research opportunities open to high school students - including summer programs offered at Nationwide Children’s Hospital and the Ohio University Medical facility in Dublin.

Advisor - Mrs. Molly Barrett


The history club provides students with an opportunity to further their interest in both United States and World History through potential involvement in the National History Day Competition, as well as going to movies and lectures geared toward historical topics.

Advisor - Mr. Steve Ulry


The In the Know Team competes against other schools in an academic quiz bowl format at both varsity and junior varsity levels.  The season runs from mid-October to mid-February.

Advisor - Ms. Lisa Stevens



Italian club is open to students that enjoy Italian culture: food, bocce, playing cards, Italian art, Italian products, music and family. There are opportunities to make pizzelles and cannoli, bocce tournaments, "Scopa" tournaments, special feast day masses at St. John the Baptist Church, Abruzzi Club dinners, food "tasting" from local favorite Italian restaurants, and an annual group trip to the Southern Theater to watch an Italian opera.

Advisor - Mrs. Iacobone



The JSA is the perfect club for students that are passionate about democracy, rights,  and justice.  This national organization was founded in 1934 to better educate high school students to acquire the knowledge and skills necessary to be active, informed, and responsible leaders within our American democracy.  

Advisor - Mr. Trent Shuemaker


Math Club offers students a chance to earn bonus points for their math class through Bonus Point Quizzes.  Quiz questions offer students the opportunity  to practice ACT/SAT questions (Juniors/Seniors) or OGT questions (Freshmen/Sophomores).  Math club is open to all students enrolled in a math class.

Advisor - Mrs. Pina


LASER (Latino and Latin American Space for Enrichment and Research ) is a program at The Ohio State University. The program utilizes OSU resources to build connections within the community inspiring young Latinos to pursue a college education. LASER mentors come to SFDHS once a week to host tutoring sessions, mentor, and present college and career readiness sessions. Students also have opportunities to attend events and camps on OSU’s main campus.

Advisor - Mrs. Danielle Polemeni


The purpose of the Latin Club is to promote fellowship and to have fun learning about Ancient Roman culture. The club meets at least once per month and relies on student leaders to organize activities.

Advisor - Mrs. Tracy Moose



Mock Trial is an activity in which students learn about the legal process and the Constitution by working with legal advisors to prepare a case.  Students practice to become attorneys and witnesses and compete against students from other schools in the Ohio Mock Trial competition

Advisor - Mrs. Colleen Mascarin



Model UN Club is for students interested in world affairs and global problems.  Students are assigned countries to represent and work together to explore solutions and participate in simulations of the United Nations.

Advisor - Mr. Michael McGoldrick



National Honor Society is comprised of Juniors and Seniors who have an accumulated GPA of 3.60 or above, have participated in a minimum of 15 hours of service, and receive the recommendations of 5 faculty members in the qualities of character and leadership.  NHS members are required to complete a minimum of 65 hours of service before graduation, attend quarterly meetings, maintain a 3.60 accumulated GPA and remain in good conduct standing to receive recognition at graduation.

Advisor - Mrs. Jill Pina


¡Bienvenidos amigos! Don’t speak Spanish? No hay problema. All students are welcome. Come have fun in learning and promoting the richly diverse Hispanic cultures! Activities include dancing, Day of the Dead celebration, cooking, service oriented fundraisers, and increasing awareness of Hispanic traditions to the students, faculty and staff of SFDHS.

Advisor - Mrs. Marie Zinn



Each class chooses representatives for this student government organization.  Student Council plans and organizes a wide variety of events for the student body, as well as sponsors service projects to help others.

Advisor - Mrs. Cofojohn