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Volunteer with EESY to Change!


Interested in tutoring and mentoring a group of underprivileged children at a local lower-income housing unit? Join EESY to Change!

EESY to Change’s primary goal is to empower, educate, and support youth by offering them academic assistance and teaching them a habit-based curriculum. We give high school students the opportunity to volunteer at a nearby low income housing unit. Here, our members mentor a group of elementary schoolers, helping them with homework and other educational activities.

The volunteer hours received from EESY counts for other service clubs. If you would like to learn more about the club and upcoming volunteering opportunities, please fill out this form:



Want to complete a cool AI, Machine Learning, or Statistics project and submit to competitions? Want to be mentored by an IBM Scientist? Apply for Dougherty Math Circle Data Science***

Hey all, in this Math Circle, high schoolers with an interest in computer science and data science will gain exposure to the world of data analysis, visualization, and mathematical prediction. They will be mentored by an IBM data scientist and a group of passionate individuals to solve problems with large amounts of data to build up the foundations of data science, statistics and machine learning. Using those foundational skills, students will complete an interesting and challenging final project, which they can choose to submit to prestigious competitions including the Kaggle competition. 

More information is on our website:  Applications are below:

Hope to see you there!

Risha Chakraborty and Shreya Ravikumar



Do you want to be a part of the DV Science Olympiad Team?

Then, show up for a tryout next Wednesday, October 16 in Mrs. Basu's room (2109) during lunch. This will be your LAST chance to tryout!  Tryouts are open to all students, regardless of your grade level and background in science. You did NOT need to attend the interest meeting to tryout; just review the presentation attached below.

Here is the link to the presentation we covered at the first meeting if you would like to know more about the club:

Here is the link to tryouts information and requirements:

Please read it carefully if you plan to try out.  For those who have attended our tryouts on October 9, your scores will be released in around 2 weeks once everyone has taken 

the test, along with team announcements.  Please loopmail Linda Wu or Isha Desai if you have any questions or concerns.

~Science Olympiad Officers '19-'20



Hi Everyone!  BAIA's Second meeting will be held THIS FRIDAY, 10/11, during lunch in Mr. Brown's room, 9101. Our normal meeting schedule is every Wednesday but due to a few other club meetings happening on Wednesday, we have decided to move this week's meeting to Friday. 

If you must miss this meeting, please email us.  Be sure to join our Remind for important information: @dvbaia  If you don't have the Remind app on your phone, you can text "@dvbaia" to 81010.

See you at our meeting.  Thanks,

Your 2019-2020 BAIA Officers



Are YOU interested in knitting and crocheting? Want to lend a hand to cancer patients and the homeless?  Then come on down to InterKnit America's SECOND MEETING this Thursday, October 10th in Ms. Alvarez's room 9103

InterKnit America is a knitting and crocheting club dedicated to motivating, training, and coordinating members to craft what we donate, specially hand-crocheting and/or -knitting our pieces to send to people in need of warm clothes, from people in homeless shelters to patients in need of chemo-caps, who have undergone chemotherapy at cancer hospitals.  Be sure to dress to impresswe will be having our club photo on this day!  We will also be announcing our first ever WINTER FUNDRAISER!

If you have any questions or concerns, feel free to shoot us an email at  We're excited to see you all next Thursday, October 10th in rm. 9103​​​​​​​



Hey guys! Here's the Presentation from our first meeting: 

Campus Ambassador/Grade Ambassador Application

DV Hacks Registration

​​​​​​​DV Hacks Officer Team Application

For more information about DV Hacks, visit

The Officer Team Application closes this Friday, 10/11. Ambassadors are accepted on a rolling basis! Contact Khushi Wadhwa, Adheet Gupta, Shourya Munjal, or Suchit Bandaram with any questions.

When and where do I turn in my Club Minutes?

Minutes are to be turned in to the front of the Leadership Room (4102) on the designated due date. Please refer to the due dates which are located in the locker on right side of the page.

Can I start a club?

Students are encouraged to start new clubs. The club application process will take place in the spring of second semester for the following year. Information about the club application process will be released throughout the year.

Can I fundraise as a club?

Clubs that want to fundraise must fill out a budget form and turn it into the leadership room. Budget forms can be found in the locker located on the right of the page.

Does my advisor have to be present at our club’s fundraiser?

If your club is directly selling goods your advisor must be present. However fundraisers involving businesses and sponsors do not require your advisor to be present. See the handbook in the locker for full fundraising instructions.

Do we have to attach our sign-in sheet with our Club Minutes form?

It is not required that you attach your sign in sheet to your club minutes.

What is the best way to contact the DVHS Clubs Team?

The most direct way to contact us is by sending us an email at Please do not directly contact staff members or Clubs team members.

Club Advisor's click the link above to Submit Club News.


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