The main objective of the club is to raise awareness throughout the school about bullying.
The ABC will continue to grow, not only because people want a change, but also because of the fact that they are ready for this change.
Currently we have a team of 72 students from 7th to 10thgrade. Meeting every Friday, from 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm
Mrs. Melvina Touché and Mrs. Yensi Ordonez
The mission of the Angelitos Club is to support the newborn unit at the Hospital Escuela Universitario, in the Materno Infantil by collecting equipment, materials, medicine, and materials to help the newborns.
Meeting every Thursday from 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Ms. Mónica Gálvez
Harvard Model United Nations
Students will research and debate various global issues. In preparation for a meeting with schools from many countries, students will prepare to represent a given country in mock international diplomacy.
Meeting every Tuesday from 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Mr. Sebastian Lainez
Global Student Exchange Program
Prague Spring 2020
It is a unique gathering of 13 to 18-year-old students from all over the world. Over an incredible 10-day program in Prague, the Czech Republic, students from different cultures and backgrounds work collaboratively on a wide range of creativity, activity, and service projects.
Ms. Yahel Aragón
AASCA Leadership Program
The Leadership Conference is a gathering of top students from each participating AASCA School. The leaders of the National Honor Society, Student Government, Class Officers and Sports Team Captains should be among those attending.
Mrs. Karen Zelaya
Helping Hearts, Helping Minds.
A club to help those children with special needs and skills.
Meeting every Wednesday, from 2:30 pm – 3:10 pm
Mrs. Katherine Salazar
This is a competitive quiz competition. We practice quizzing with questions based on dozens of categories. It is a game of brains and buzzers! The pinnacle of the year is the ABSH competition, where we compete against more than 20 of the bilingual schools in Honduras.
Meeting every Monday and Friday from 2:45 pm - 5:00 pm
Room 425 & 424
Mr. Thomas Whittington, Mr. Lee Ciancio, Ms. Milvia Suarez, Mr. Jack Ketterer
The Ecology Club at DelCampo School is a fun space where students learn practical knowledge about the environment.
Meetings every Thursday, from 2:40 pm - 4:00 pm
Mr. Helder Perez
Preparation for the National ABSH Math Olympics.
Meetings every Thursday,
From 2:45pm - 4:00 pm
Mrs. Alessandra Turcios, Mr. Jimmy Bodden, Mrs.Olga Coca, Mr. David Centeno and Mrs. Yahel Aragon
Hands Helping Honduras
Foster the values f solidarity instilled from the beginning of our formation. This specific Club focuses on getting and becoming a true promoter of solidarity towards children, adolescents and adults who require financial support to carry out operations and treatments for heart problems.
Meetings once a week
Mr. Marcio Ponce
Students from this club will have the opportunity to collect and share experiences from the school community throughout the school year.
Meetings every week.
Mr. Jafeth Lagos
Harvard Model Congress
The main purpose is to provide opportunities for students to share different thoughts on political topics that the United States is currently experiencing.
Meetings Thursdays every other week from 2:45 pm - 4:00 pm
Ms. Claudia Rodríguez
The School Band Club has been designed to promote and cultivate music literacy, improve technical skills, and provide the student with a means of expression for the creative voice that defines the musical experience. DelCampo School strives to create a challenging musical environment that encourages excellence through high expectations, hard work, support, and friendship.
Students will have the opportunity to participate in: marching, concert, and symphonic bands as well as percussion ensembles.
Band Rehearsal is held on Tuesday and Thursday 2:45 pm - 4:00 pm
Student Council is about developing leadership skills; it is about working for others and for DelCampo. It is also to reinforce and rekindle the Wildcat spirit in all of us. STUCO members exhibit positive leadership abilities, a good attitude, a strong work ethic, high moral character, good citizenship, and cooperation with the entire student body and to teachers; representing Del Campo values inside and outside school.
Ms. Yahel Aragon and Ms. Milvia Suarez
We perform original choreographies for competitions and events.
Practice is Wednesdays 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm and Saturdays 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Mr. Charlie Garcia
Our students will learn to do activities required in our daily life, such as: sewing on buttons, embroidery, mend, and several other things needed that we seem to have forgotten how to do.
Ms. Donilda Acosta
Academy building, second floor-
Mondays, 3:10 pm - 4:10 pm
Learn to use a digital camera (DSRL) and about different forms of photography. Capture moments and exhibit pictures according to different topics (nature, adventure, etc).
Ms. Silvia Urbina
Academy building, second floo
Mondays 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Read, discuss, and debate about the best books in the world. Whether it is a classic or contemporary novel, let’s decide together if it is a yay or a nay. (English and Spanish)
Ms. Alejandra Manzanares/Mr. Virgilio Hernández
Academy building, second floor
Mondays, 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Interact is a service club for youth ages 12 to 18 who want to connect with other young people and have fun while serving communities and learning about the world.
It promotes international understanding and is sponsored by local Rotary Clubs.
Meetings every Mondays,
Ms. Clarisa Castañeda