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Clubs and Organizations

Students at Dublin Middle School are encouraged to participate in any of the activities provided for them. 

Through participation in school activities, students can develop poise, social awareness, and leadership skills.  Students who become involved in different activities within the school usually experience a greater sense of belonging and a greater feeling of loyalty to the institution they attend. Some school activities involve after-school practices and meetings; others may involve before school meetings.  Students should talk with teachers, sponsors, coaches, and other students to determine the activities best for them.


With a full array of athletics, Dublin Middle Schoolers represent the Fighting Irish in Baseball, Basketball, Cheerleading, Cross Country, Golf, Football, Tennis, Track, Soccer, Softball and Wrestling. Additionally, students have the opportunity to participate in the National Junior Beta Club, Student Council, GEMs, the Million Words Reader Club and Chess Club.


Dublin Middle School offers a wide range of activities to all students.  Participation in these activities on an interscholastic level is governed by rules of the Georgia High School Association and Georgia State Standards.  The student is eligible to represent his or her middle school when he/she:

  1.  Has passed three of the four academic subjects from the previous year. 
  2.  Is not playing for a non-school team at the same time.
  3. Will not be 16 prior to May 1 preceding the year of participation
  4. Has a current physical examination.
  5. Has not participated in an unauthorized game or contest.
  6. All fees/fines have been paid

Students are eligible to participate in athletics for three consecutive years from their original date of entry into the sixth grade, if they remain on track and remain in good behavioral standing.