Occupying fifty-two acres, the Strake Jesuit campus is laid out much like that of a small college. Classroom and other buildings are separated by beautiful, large live oaks and green spaces, which serve to bring the campus to life.
As students and faculty move from building to building between classes, they get to enjoy a bit of fresh air and the natural beauty of outdoor spaces.
Designated officially as a museum of art by the City of Houston, Strake Jesuit displays various pieces of sculpture, paintings, pottery, and other types of art around the campus.
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