ABC Scholar Andrew Onubogu and the DHHS Habitat for Humanities club honor teachers with their club project this year.
Tigers Roar! There are many ways for Scholars to become involved in athletics at DHHS either through interscholastic teams or on unified sports teams. Daniel Hand has the second-most state titles (32) in the last 10 years from 2010 to 2019, winning titles in 13 different sports – gymnastics (5), boys soccer (4), football (4), girls tennis (4), boys tennis (3), boys golf (3), field hockey (2), boys outdoor track (2), and girls outdoor track (1), girls basketball (1), girls swimming (1), boys ice hockey (1), and wrestling (1).
Arts & Music
Opportunities for a creative outlet are not in short supply at DHHS and beyond. The music program offers band, marching band (with a possible performance trip once every 4 years), chorus, orchestra, jazz band, a cappella groups, Show Choir (with national competitions) as well as Shoreline Youth Symphony. The theater department stages dramatic plays and musicals yearly and is supported by a student-run stage crew.
Social & Community
Scholars can participate in the programs offered through Madison Youth and Family services including Peer Advocates and Safe Rides, and have had the opportunity to volunteer with Habitat for Humanity, the Shoreline Soup Kitchen, the Community Dining Room, and the ACT II Thrift Shop.
At and Outside the Roby House
Roby House is a place to relax and unwind for the Scholars. Every month the Resident staff plan house outings such as bowling, movies, plays, and laser tag. The Scholars also enjoy activities planned by their mentors.