Clubs and Organizations

Sussex Technical High School has a vibrant student activities scene, centered around more than 25 different clubs and organizations - some extra-curricular and some co-curricular, tied to academic or technical subjects.

Bella Voce Chorus - Sarah Rose, advisor.

Bowling Club - Chris Aiken, advisor. Students learn to throw strikes and spares while having fun at Millsboro Lanes.

BPA - Business Professionals of America - Frank Makray, Andy Feightner, Sabrina Neal, advisors. Meets 2-3 times per week. Focuses on leadership, citizenship, academic and technological skills.

Communication Club - Gary Conway, advisor. Meeting times vary. Students livestream Sussex Tech sporting events.

Drama Club - Anthony Natoli, advisor. Students participate in every aspect of the theatrical process.

Ducks Unlimited - Anthony Carmen, advisor. Meeting times vary. Students learn about wetlands and waterfowl conservation, engaging in fundraising efforts to support national DU programs.

Educators Rising - Beth Bendistis and Debbie Long, advisors. Students compete in events relevant to education, and in community service events.

Fellowship of Christian Athletes - Chris Aiken, advisor. Meets Wednesdays, 8:10 - 8:25.

FFA - Future Farmers of America - G.L. Jefferson, advisor. Meets monthly. Students learn about agricultural education that prepares them for leadership, personal growth, and career success.

Gaming Club - T.J. Dukes and Matt King, advisors. Click here for details.

Gentlemen's Society - Jacque Bowe, advisor.

Ham Radio Club - Anthony Carmen, advisor. Meeting times vary. Students learn information and skills necessary to earn the FCC amateur radio license.

HOSA - Future Health Professionals - Nancy Massaro, advisor

Multiplying Good - Margie Booth and Nancy Massaro, advisors. Empowers young people to think big, choose a public service passion, and engage their school in the broader community.

Key Club - Sherri Smith, advisor. Meets monthly. Students provide service, build character, and develop leadership skills.

Math League - Dennis Redington, advisor. Meets monthly.

Mock Trial - Steve Rust, advisor. Students will learn how to be an active participant in the criminal justice field.

National Honor Society / National Technical Honor Society - Jean Johnson, Nancy Massaro, and Sabrina Neal, advisors. Meets monthly. Students uphold good standing in scholarship, citizenship, and community awareness. Must maintain a 93% average.

Science Olympiad - Dennis Redington and Brian Boulden, advisors. Meets online. Students compete in small groups covering 25 different science topics.

SkillsUSA - Sherri Smith, advisor.

Spanish Honor Society - Sra. Calandra, advisor. Meets monthly. Students provide voluntary service that directly benefits Latinos in our community. Eligiblity requirements.

Student Government Association - Sherri Smith, advisor

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