Soddy Daisy High School



Archery Club

Faculty Sponsor/ Instructor: Lori Bowser

Archery Club is brand new to SDHS (2019) and is in the very beginning stages still. The Archery Club is associated with and governed by NASP –National Archery in the Schools Program. Students wishing to participate do not need any experience or equipment to do so. NASP requires that specific equipment be used, so contact the club sponsor/instructor for more information if you want to be involved with our club and already have or wish to purchase your own bow. We are working to purchase equipment and find a storage and practice space. We hope to be fully equipped and holding regular practices in the fall of 2020. Contact the Archery Coach, Lori Bowser, at if you have any questions at all!

Archery Club- Bowser

Art Club

Meetings are held on Wednesdays from 2:15-3:15. No sign-up or experience required.

Faculty Sponsor/Instructor: Hanna Watson, Jinni Copp

Beta Club

National Beta Club is the largest independent, non-profit, educational youth organization in America. for more than 80 years, it has prepared today's students to be tomorrow's leaders. Beta strives to promote the ideals of academic achievement, character, service, and leadership among elementary and secondary school students.

Achievement- Recognizing and honoring high academic achievement
Character- Preparing young people for life and empowering them to be successful
Leadership- Developing the leaders of tomorrow
Service- Demonstrating our motto: Let Us Lead By Serving Others

Faculty Sponsor/Instructor: Edward Crosslin

Chess Team

Chess club has students practice and study chess. The hope is to grow the team large enough to compete against other schools in tournaments. Meetings are on Thursdays from 2:30-3:30.

Faculty Sponsor/Instructor: Tony Boydston, Mike Ballard

Cross Country, Track and Field, Winter Conditioning

Faculty Sponsor/Instructor: Nicholas Selbo

Environmental (MATE, NOSB, Envirothon)

The Environmental Club is open to all students and has a diverse formula. Competition teams for MATE, The Envirothon, and NOSB are a part of the Club and when members choose we monitor Poe Branch and the school’s Outdoor classroom water quality, work on the outdoor classroom and any other environmental project the members choose to do.

Faculty Sponsor/Instructor: David Wehunt


Faculty Sponsor/Instructor: Elizabeth Peigan

Forensics Team

Forensics (also known as Speech and Debate) is an academic activity that requires regular practice, coaching, and hard work. The team travels across the state to compete against other Tennessee schools in multiple acting or speech events. Each event in Forensics features a different aspect of public speaking or acting that includes a unique skill or talent. Over the course of their academic career, students are allowed to compete in multiple categories of their choosing. Different events include Solo Acting, Duet Acting, Humorous Interpretation, Dramatic Interpretation, Duo Interpretation, Duet Improvisation, Prose, Poetry, Informative Speaking, and so much more to choose from. They compete all throughout the year, ultimately preparing for our district and state tournaments at the end of the year. Currently, we have about 35 students that participate and compete on our team. At past and recent competitions, we have been lucky enough to win the top 3 placings, including 1st place, as a team in sweepstakes. As of recently, we have also had multiple students place on the National Speech and Debate Association top 100 student rankings, which are based on points earned by participating in a number of events. Among competing against other Tennessee schools, we have also taken select students to the National-Qualifiers tournament for the last few years. Here, we have had a handful of students advance to the final round. Along with all of the major success we have had as a team, Forensics is overall a helpful tool that can build confidence, improve communication/public speaking, and increase critical thinking skills to better prepare students for college. Here at SDHS, our team is very motivated and is inclined to provide students with life skills that are very much vital to one’s success in the future!

Forensics Org. Pg

Faculty Sponsor/Instructor: Lucy Boydston

Interact Club

Officers: Madison Sparks, Morgan Jones, Ana Richardson, and Sarah Cardwell

Faculty Sponsor/Instructor: Carly Pearson and Breakfast Rotary Club of Chattanooga


Faculty Sponsor/Instructor: Eric Redlin, Larry Bull, and Tim Hodges

JROTC includes:

  • Raider Team, Academic Team(NAQT), and SDHS RAGNAR Team with Major Redlin
  • JCLC (JROTC Summer Camp) for all of HCDE, and Service Learning Committee with Major Redlin
  • Leadership Team and Rifle Team with SGM Bull
  • Drill Team and Color Guard with 1st Sg Hodges

Key Club

Faculty Sponsor/Instructor: Trevor Fuller

Little sisters

The Little Sisters help video and score wrestling matches. Help is always needed.

Faculty Sponsor/Instructor: Logan White

Robotics Club

Faculty Sponsor/Instructor: Lisa Dunn

Unified Special Olympics

This is for students with intellectual disabilities(CDC) or any student who would like to be partners with our CDC students. Meetings are during 3rd and 5th block, every day, each week before sports.

Faculty Sponsor/instructor: Sharon carter

Valor Club(GSA)

Valor Club is a Gay/Straight Alliance which provides a safe/accepting place for LGBTQ+ students and allies. Meetings are on the last Friday of every month, during 3rd block. Currently, there are around 20 members.

Faculty Sponsor/Instructor: Amber Douglas and Adara Joiner

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