Extracurricular

Dove Virtual Academy Clubs & Organizations
 
  • E-SPORTS
     
 
Sponsor: Ms. John
 
E-Sports is a new club at Dove Virtual Academy that turns online gaming and console gaming into a spectator sport. As with traditional sports, these games are broken down into competitive leagues and tournaments for people to compete against each other in either solo or in team events. Get in the game and come join the E-Sports team.
 
  • Robotics
 
Sponsor: Ms. John
 
Robotics is a STEM Club with "real-world engineering" as a student can get. Volunteer professional mentors lend their time and talents to guide each team. Students get to:
 - Learn from professional engineers
 - Build and compete with a robot of their own design
 - Learn and use sophisticated software and hardware
 - Compete and cooperate in alliances and tournaments
 - Earn a place in the World Championship
 - Qualify for over $19 million in college scholarships
 
  • OKC Beautiful-Adopt a Park
     
 
Sponsor: Mr. Ozturk
 
Adopt-A-Park is a citywide program that enables volunteer groups to adopt a park, median, or greenbelt to maintain. This program gives everyone a chance to help beautify Oklahoma City's public parks and lands and enhance our city. Volunteers can choose to pick up litter, mow, or make city-approved landscape improvements on a year-round basis. Each group is recognized with a sign acknowledging its efforts in its park or median.
 
  • NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
     
 
Sponsor: Ms. Jones
 
The National Honor Society is a national organization sponsored by the Association of Secondary School Principals. Membership in the NHS is based on excellence in four areas: scholarship, leadership, service, and character.
National Honor Society (NHS) – Students in 10th, 11th, and 12th grades are selected based on outstanding scholarship, character, leadership, and service. Students who have a minimum cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 3.20 will be invited to participate in a selection process. 
 
  • Junior National Honor Society (JNHS)
 
Sponsor: Ms. Jones
 
Students in the second semester of 6th grade through 9th grades are selected based on outstanding scholarship, character, leadership, and service. Students who have a minimum grade point average (GPA) of 3.30 during the most recent school year will be invited to participate in a selection process.
 
  • Ethics Bowl
 
Sponsor: Ms. Jones
 
An Ethics Bowl is a collaborative yet competitive event in which teams analyze a series of wide-ranging ethical dilemmas. Responses are judged according to the quality of a team’s reasoning and how well team members:

 - Organize and present their case
 - Attend to and analyze the morally relevant features of the case
 - Anticipate and preemptively respond to commentary and questions

An exciting tournament, an ethics bowl is a great way for students to deepen their understanding and appreciation of interesting ethical and philosophical issues.
 
  • Science Olympiad
 
Sponsor: Mr. Dogan
 
Activities of the club include preparing and competing in Science Olympiad competitions, field trips, guest speakers, and hosting Science Saturdays.
 
  • Solar Car
 
Sponsor: Mr. Dogan
 
The Solar Education Program provides a safe environment for teams to display their solar cars. On alternating years, we share the fun of the world-famous Texas Motor Speedway or drive cross-country to share their projects with millions of people. The 2023 Solar Car Challenge, hosted by Oncor and Lockheed Martin, is a cross-country event from Fort Worth, Texas to Palmdale, California. Come share the fun... meet the kids and see their solar cars.
 
 
  • MathCounts
 
Sponsor: Ms. Ozerisir
 
Mathcounts is a nationwide middle school mathematics competition held in various places in the United States. Its current lead sponsors are Raytheon Technologies and the U.S. Department of Defense STEM. Topics covered include Geometry, Counting, Probability, Number Theory, and Algebra
 
  • Math League
 
Sponsor: Ms. Ozerisir
 
Math league is a nationwide middle school mathematics competition held in various places in the United States. Math contests give students an educationally enriching opportunity to participate in an academically-oriented activity and to gain recognition for mathematical achievement. Our main goal is educational: we promote enjoyment and study of mathematics by organizing contests for grades 4-12. Our contests help to enrich mathematics programs. Each contest covers topics appropriate to the contest grade level.