This student-run organization takes on a variety of activities throughout the year. In addition to organizing many of the school’s social activities, the group is also very committed to social betterment and has taken on both fund-raising projects and hands-on involvement in a number of local agencies. Examples include the Hollywood Education and Literacy Project, a Pasadena homeless shelter, Door of Hope and The Way to Happiness Foundation. Student Government is where many of the High School students learn leadership skills and develop a larger sense of responsibility for their group.
Special get-togethers and dances are put on throughout the year but traditional, annual events include the Halloween Dance, Red Ribbon Week, Bingo Night, the Valentine’s Dance, the Winter Bazaar, the Winter Holiday Show and the spring musical or drama production. High School students are intimately involved in all these activities, often being central to organizing and carrying them out.
All students participate in community service projects throughout the year. Past projects have included clean-up and anti-graffiti campaigns in the city of Glendale and performing at convalescent homes in the area.
The school-sponsored Boy Scout troop is extremely active and participates in a variety of activities both during and outside regular school hours. Besides the regular meetings, each troop plans monthly outings—anything from marching in parades to climbing Mt. Whitney. Delphi’s Boy Scout Troop 555 has produced over a dozen Eagle Scouts in the past several years.