10220 Blackhawk       
Houston, Texas 77089   
713.740.0370           
 


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Main Dobie Fax: 713.740.4158
Attendance: 713.740.4177
Counselors: 713.740.4180
Fine Arts: 713.740.4181
Library: 713.740.4182
Registrar: 713.740.4184
Athletics - Boys 713.740.4178
Athletics - Girls 713.740.4179

 

Academic Decathalon | Mr. Higginbotham and

Mr. Rampp

Lariaettes | Ms. Alexander
Academic Decathlon is the nation's premier high school scholastic competition.  Schools form teams of nine students of varying academic ability to compete in ten events: art, economics, essay, interview, language & literature, mathematics, music, science, social science, and speech.
Dobie's drill team who performs at football games. The lasso group is an advanced training camp.

Art Club | Ms. Crowder and Ms. Kersman

Latin Club | Ms. Barrett
A club in which students are pushed to their artistic limits with painting, sculptures, and other forms of artwork. The Latin Club helps promotes the Latin language by competing in competitions

Band | Mr. Hicks, Ms. Padden, and Mr. Erickson

Math Club | Ms. Collier
The musical group that plays at footballs games and competes at UIL. Mostly composed of brass, drums, and woodwind instruments. The Math Club is an organization which promotes excellence in mathematics.
Best Buddies | Ms. Eddleman and Ms. Kerr National Hispanic Honor Society | Sra. Hardwick
An organization for students to work with a special education student in and out of school. The requirements for membership in the SHH are that the student must maintain an honor average in Spanish (85 or better), must be enrolled in AP Spanish, and must have an overall average of 85 or better. The sponsor should also include character, leadership, seriousness of purpose, cooperation, honesty, and commitment to others in the criteria for selection into the society
Business Professionals of America | Ms. Tarter & Ms. Traylor National Honor Society | Ms. Farrar
Through co-curricular programs and services, members of BPA compete in demonstrations of their business technology skills, develop their professional and leadership skills, network with one another and professionals across the nation, and get involved in the betterment of their community through good works projects. Membership in the NHS has become recognized nationally as one of the highest honors that can be bestowed upon a high school student. Membership, however, is more than an honor; it carries with it a responsibility and should be considered the beginning of an obligation, not merely the successful culmination of an effort to achieve recognition and honor. Requires a 4.5 gpa
Chess | Ms. Janis Newspaper | Ms. Swenson
A group for students who enjoy playing chess, either competitively or for fun. The newspaper is published once a month by the newspaper staff who are selected based on an application, performance in journalism classes, teacher recommendations, and writing skills.
Choir | Ms.Sharpless and Mr. Markert

Orchestra | Mr. Ledford and Mrs. McCoy

A musical class in which students learn, sing, and perform in concerts and compete in UIL. A musical class in which students use string instruments to play for competition.
Color Guard Robotics | Ms. Garza
The Color Guard Division is the foundation of WGI Sport of the Arts. Founded in 1978, the Color Guard division became a new art form that captured the interest of countless young people across the country. The growth of this division has been unparalleled in the history of Pageantry. Builds robots to compete in the FIRST (For Innovation and Recognition of Science and Technology)
DECA | Ms. Daigle

Science Club | Mr. Parlangeli and

Ms. Parlangeli

Distributive Education Clubs of America is a national association for students interested in marketing careers. Science Club is an organization designed to provide students the opportunity to learn more about science and science related fields through field trips, activities and presentations by speakers
Enviromental Science | Ms. Whatley

Senior Hearts | Ms. Berreth

This organization studies enviromental topics. To promote school spirits, and a special bond for girls to create new friends and keep old friends.
Étalage | Kristen Alexander

Skills USA | Ms. Mercado, Mr. Sawyer,

Mr. Wilkerson, and Mr. Scarberry

The literary magazine composed of artwork, poems, stories, essays, and other forms of artistic works. Ask your English teacher for more details on how to submit items.

SkillsUSA is a partnership of students, teachers and industry representatives, working together to ensure America has a skilled work force. It helps each student excel.

FCA | Mr. Horton and Mrs. Horton

Speech/Debate Team | Ms. Boudra and Mr. Janis

FCA is a group of athletes and students who gather to talk about Christian life. Students compete in speech and debate contests throughout the year making them eligible to join the National Forensic League.

FCCLA | Ms. Damico

Spanish Club | Sra. Oyervido, Ana Valencia, and Clara Ullman
It is one of the largest career and technology organizations in the United States. THe national club was established in 1945, it encourages personal growth and leadership development in teens through family and consumer sciences. The club gets together and views plays, goes to competition, and field trips to promote the Spanish language

FFA | Mr. Williams and Mr. Mitchell

Student Council | Ms. Bond
.FFA is an organization for students enrolled in agricultural science classes. Student Council is the leadership training organization on campus.

French Club | Mme. Nicole Barnes and

M. Paul Kelly

TAFE | Ms.Bowers and Lakethia Kirven

This club promotes French culture/language, and civilization by activities, field trips, songs and contests T.A.F.E. encourages students to learn about careers in education and assists them in exploring the teaching profession while promoting character, service, and leadership skills necessary for becoming effective educators.
German | Frau Lorenz The Thespian Society | Ms. Small
This Club promotes German language and culture, and participate in many activities. A club for those who want to act in plays. This is a club for drama, if you have any questions please ask Ms. Small.
HOSA | Ms. Regier Yearbook | Ms. Swenson
HOSA, a national vocational organization, was founded in 1976 to promote the health care profession. The Roundup, Dobie's yearbook, is published by the yearbook staff members who are selected based on an application, teacher recommendations, performance in journalism classes, writing, and organization skills.
Journalism | Ms. Swenson  
Journalism teaches the basic newspaper writing, editing, and page design required for acceptance on the school newspaper staff.