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No Mercy STEP Team
No Mercy STEP Team

 The DECA No Mercy Step Team was established in 2012 with the vision of promoting scholarship, service, health & fitness, as well as building positive relationships through stepping. Our steppers are a group of highly motivated, school-spirited, respectful, high school/college students who will represent DECA during a number of school-sponsored events. No Mercy is the proud to be the first award winning, competitive club in DECA history.

Our mission is to build a foundation and create a legacy that DECA will forever cherish. We target prospective steppers that will continue to safeguard the vision and develop into the leaders of tomorrow. No Mercy promotes school and team spirit, creativity, and community service, while enhancing team unity and the promotion of individual skills into a team performance.

As a member of the Georgia Steppers League (GSL), the DECA No Mercy Step Team competes in Local, Regional, State, and National competitions from January through April.

Mission: 
Building a sound MIND & Body!!! Emphasizing Scholarship, Character Building, and Physical Fitness.

Vision:
  • To build a foundation and create a legacy that DECA will forever cherish.
  • To target prospects that will continue to safeguard the vision and develop into the leaders of tomorrow.
  • To promote school and team spirit, creativity, community service.
  • To enhance the unity and promotion of individual skills into a team performance.
Code of Conduct:
Scholars must be passing all courses with a minimum of a 2.8 Grade Point Average. Ninth Graders will be monitored by step team sponsors until official grades are posted at the end of the semester. 

Step Team members are expected to faithfully abide by the rules and regulations of the team and school. Failure to do so may result in disciplinary action, suspension, and/or dismissal from the team.
 
Steppers must demonstrate exceptional moral character, in and out of school, and must always display good sportsmanship.
 
To earn a cord:
  • Scholar must have been an active member for a minimum of two years
  • Scholar must attend 4 out 5 activities (these numbers may vary based on activities, but it should be equivalent to approximately 80%)
  • Scholar missed less than 3 meetings in a school year
  • Scholar has abided by club Code of Conduct
  • Scholar club dues must include cord expense and shipping or club fundraisers for cords as noted in your budget.  The school cannot cover the cost of any cords for clubs.
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