Clubs and Activities


If you love Anime, we love you! We vote on a show to watch and watch it together. Sometimes we play games. We also share our interest in cosplay, Japanese culture, and cartooning.

Sponsor: Ms. Krause, Room 2503

Day: Thursdays

Time: 2:15-3:15



If you love art or are just looking for something fun to do afterschool, this club is for you. The AAC club works with different materials and mediums each week, learning about different artists and art concepts. All students are welcome any time.

Teacher: Ms. Linda

Sponsor: Ms. O’Shea (in Ms. Helmchen’s room, 1541)

Day: Tuesday and Wednesday

Time: 2:30-4:00PM


Black Culture Club

Sponsor: Ms. Breanna Johnson, Room 1640

Day: Wednesdays

Time: 2:30 - 3:30



We learn various cheers and a half time dance. We cheer at the Dater Junior High men’s home basketball games. Auditions are in October, and we practice and cheer throughout the basketball season.

Coaches: Ms. Alyson and Ms. Lauren

Sponsor: Ms. O’shea

Room: Mustang Room (off of the cafeteria)

Day: Monday and Tuesday

Time: 2:30-4:00PM


Chess Club

Sponsor: Mr. Jason Minturn, Room 937

Day: Mondays

Time: 2:15 - 4:00



This club is for any student (grades 9-12) who are interested in reading a new book each month and discussing it as a group. We will vote on the book for each month off of a pre-selected list and we will try to accommodate as many genre interests as possible.

Sponsor: Ms. Jarvis, Room 1648

Day: 1st and 3rd Thursdays of each month

Time: 2:30PM



Sponsor: Ms. Creighton, Room 2505

Day: Wednesdays

Time: 2:20-4:00


Girls Who Code

Sponsor: Kristin Fairchild & Linda Johnson, Room 2605

Day: Thursdays

Time: 2:30


Momentum Club: 7th Graders

Sponsor: Ms. Demetra Jones, Room 940

Day: Wednesdays

Time: 2:15 - 3:30



The M.O.R.E (Men, Organized, Respectful and Educated) program started as a reactive idea to keep young men out of trouble by allowing them to service in leadership roles and by opening up new opportunities to them. The M.O.R.E. program nurtures academic success and strong character development among young men to promote measurable improvements in academic achievement, grade-level promotion, graduation rates and college readiness. Each of CPS' 26 M.O.R.E. clubs include after-school programming, and monthly and quarterly enrichment opportunities that include community service, current event discussions, Personal Visions, Conflict Resolution, Anti-Bullying, Overcoming Adversity, Social/Emotional Learning, Learning Styles and Strength Discovery, Time Management, and Social Media Awareness.


M.O.R.E. Grades 7-9

Sponsor: Mr. McKinney, Room 928

Day: Tuesday & Wednesday

Time: Tues. 7:00-7:35 & Wed. 2:10-3:35


M.O.R.E. Grades 10-12

Sponsor: Mr. Notter, Band Room 1539

Day: Wednesday & Friday

Time: 2:35-3:45


Tech Olympics

Sponsor: Mr. Cabral, Room 2511





NHS serves to honor those students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of scholarhip, leadership, service, and character. Currently there are 26 juniors and seniors in the Dater High School chapter. We complete service projects such as Pennies for Patients, Breakfast with Santa, the International Festival and participate in the Memorial Day program.

Sponsor: Mrs. Creighton, Room 2505

Day: Every 2nd Wed. of the month

Time: 2:20 - 3:00



The Outdoor Adventure Club of Greater Cincinnati connects area high school students with nature and the outdoors through positive, engaging recreational activities.

Sponsor: Ms. Roman & Mr. Ratliff

Day: Expeditions on various Saturdays

Time: Varies


Slam Poetry Club

Sponsor: Mr. Dalton, Room 2503

Day: Tuesday

Time: 2:30



Students organize the yearbook cover contest and design the yearbook filled with all the events of Dater for the year!

Sponsor: Ms. Lloyd, Room 1535

Day: Tuesday & Thursday

Time: 2:15 - 3:30