SE After-School Activities

  • Web Girls

    Web Girls Club is a GET-IT (Girls Exploring Together Information Technology) in-school technology, education-based program designed to encourage high school girls to consider and ultimately pursue a career in information technology. Weekly club meetings provide structured hands-on learning activities through a comprehensive technology-focused curriculum. Girls will receive hands-on experience in web design, computer science, coding, robotics, and mobile apps. Students also benefit from participating in robotic and web design competitions, field trips, job shadowing, and business speakers/leaders’ visitations. GPA Requirement: 2.0 and letter of interest. Join: Enrolled in Marketing/Business course with Program Advisor. All students are asked to attend weekly meetings, sign a press and photo release form. Age/Grade: 9th-12th Email address: 

    Marketing/Business Club

    DECA, an association of marketing student, is a student organization for high school students who have career interest in marketing, management and entrepreneurship. DECA’s co-curricular learning program integrates classroom instruction, applies learning, and promotes competition through projects and activities in marketing, finance, hospitality and management career pathways. GPA Requirement: 2.5 and two recommendations. Join: Enrolled in Marketing/Business course with Advisor. Age/Grade: 10th-12th Email address:

    Student Government 

    All students in the organization participate in organizing school-wide events including and not limited to homecoming, canned food drive, and more. GPA Requirement: 2.5 or higher; Join: Elections for officers and representatives take place the school year before.  Freshmen will have the opportunity to apply for student government later in the middle of the year.  Most meetings will take place during lunch. Age/Grade: 10th -12th
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    Heidelberg Arts Leadership Academy

    The academy is the educational arm of The Heidelberg Project. HALA is a free in-school or after-school arts education program rooted in social justice and youth advocacy. Our program is designed to empower students in fourth through 12th grades with tools they need to be active change agents in their community. Through project-based learning and partnerships, HALA students work with and are exposed to artists, organizers, entrepreneurs and tech innovators with the goal of transformation in the name of agency. GPA requirement: None Join: HALA is on a first-come first-serve basis Grade: 9th-12th Contact: Bettye Foster

    Journalism Club

    The Journalism Club is open to all SE students who are not eligible to take Journalism as an elective but are interested in contributing to the yearbook, Dialogue, SE Newsletter, School Announcements or Social Media. Students will expand their skills to use journalism-style writing, layout, and photography. The club supports the Journalism elective. GPA requirement: 2.0 or higher; good school attendance Join: Sign up; meet during lunch Grade: 9th-12th Contact: Jacqueline Robinson

    Drama and Language Club

    The Drama and Language Club at Southeastern showcases the talents of both students and staff in a series of performances throughout the academic year. Through singing, dancing, acting, and the spoken word, our goal is to entertain and inform our audience. If you have a talent, whether it is singing, dancing, playing an instrument, or are just interested in joining a group of students who like to talk, laugh, and help others do the same, then you should join the Southeastern Drama and Language Club. GPA requirement: Consistent with all DPSCD sports-related organizations Join: Sign up Grade: 9th-12th Contact: Mr. William Leone

    National Honor Society

    SE NHS is a chapter of the nationwide NHS. It recognizes outstanding academic achievement and leadership. Students are positioned to receive scholarships and internship opportunities through participation. Active students plan and execute service projects in their school and community, often working closely with Student Government. For the 2018-19 school year, NHS students will complete three projects. GPA Requirement: 3.3 or higher and other criteria, such as good behavior, attendance and academic standing. Join: The application process begins in January, students are notified in February and the induction ceremony is held in March. Meet twice a month on Mondays. Age/Grade: 10th -12th Email address:

    Afterschool Tutoring

    Additional support for 9th grade Algebra 1 and 10th grade Geometry students. GPA Requirement: None Join: Sign up. Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:30 to 4:30 pm. Age/Grade: 9th -10th Email address:

    Southeastern JungleBots Robotics Team 4851

    The SE JungleBots complete annually in the FIRST Robotics Competition, where teams of students, coaches and mentors work together to design, build and program a game-playing robot.  The team then competes in two local District Competitions, with the opportunity to advance to the State and World Championships. We work out of the Michigan Engineering Zone, a collaborative workspace run by The University of Michigan, located in Midtown Detroit.  Through Robotics, students will build strong relationships with teammates, develop problem-solving & technical skills, be eligible for college scholarships, and have fun while working hard. GPA Requirement: Selected participants must remain in good academic standing, with a minimum 2.0 GPA. Join: Complete an application. There is an information session on Wed., October 3, 2018 at 3:30pm. Age/Grade: 9th -12th Email address: (Haley Hart)

    Building Young Queens Mentoring

    Season: Starts November 8, 2018 and continues for six weeks only.

    Building Young Queens was designed to inspire & encourage our youth to get involved in taking responsibility for their own future. They are also taught what it takes to survive outside of the classroom- demonstrating real-life skills by experienced professionals and community leaders in the Metro Detroit area of similar background. Topics range from business ownership/mentoring from current Black business owners to overcoming self-doubt and improving self-esteem. At the end of the course, each Young Queen will be gifted with a #litty graduation gift. Showing the ladies that despite your background or story, we are all one decision away from claiming our Queendom. GPA Requirement: None Join: Sign up Age/Grade: 9th -12th girls ONLY Email address:

    Jungaleers Dance Team

    The SE dance team will be comprised of students who have a desire to dance.  The goal is for dancers to be focused physically, mentally, and academically.  The goal is to create a team that supports one another, encourages high academic standards, and is open-minded with a growth mindset. Students will also perform a small concert at the end of the school year to showcase the work they accomplished.  Lastly, outside guests will come in to teach master classes that will be open to all students, staff and community members. GPA Requirement: Participants must maintain a 2.5 GPA to remain active on the team. Join: Complete an application. Dancers will practice three days a week for approximately 90 minutes. Age/Grade: 9th -12th; girls and boys Email address:

    Pom Team

    A group of young ladies showing school spirit through dance! The Pep Squad sits in the stands cheering for our teams! GPA Requirement: Must maintain a 2.0 or higher; must have good behavior in and out of school. Join: All girls must try out and obtain permission from a parent/guardian to participate. Age/Grade: 9th -12th girls Email address:

    SE Cheer Squad 2018

    Cheerleaders for SE athletic teams. GPA Requirement: Must maintain a 2.0 or higher. Age/Grade: 9th -12th Email address: