Clubs and Organizations
AERO (Aerospace Engineering & Rocketry) Club
To build, launch, and fly model rockets and airplanes.
Athletes Taking Action
200 members from both SJ and SAA
Mission: To bring together athletes from both schools to work with children in the Houston community who cannot participate in sports due to physical or mental disabilities or illnesses.
Computer building club
Mission: To teach students how to build and fix their own computer
Crusader Chess Club
Mission: The purpose of the club is just to give the boys a place to play chess, to improve their game, and to have some competitions. We have not been to any outside of school tournaments yet this year, but we might this spring if there is interest.
Mission: Leadf a high school transition program that welcomes freshmen and makes them feel comfortable throughout their first year. Built on the belief that students can help students succeed, Crusader Crew trains members of the junior and senior classes to be Crew Leaders.
As positive role models, Crew Leaders are motivators, leaders and teachers who guide the freshmen to discover what it takes to be successful during the transition to high school and help facilitate freshman success.
A total of 63 students (39 seniors and 24 juniors) comprise the 2012-13 Crusader Crew.
The freshmen class is divided into 31 “crews” of 8-10 students. Each crew is led by 2 Crusader Crew leaders throughout the school year
Mission : The Ecology Club is to offer opportunities for the Strake Jesuit Community to further recycling on campus, give the students opportunities to participate in service projects in the Houston community, and to inform the student’s on methods to reduce their impact on the environment
40 members (20 SJ, 20 SAA)
To learn about the different fields of engineering and gain hands on experience in the planning and building of robots for competition.
Ethnic food club
Mission: To foster an appreciation on various cultures though sharing of food.
Future Educators Club
Mission: To equip students with good teaching skills to implement into current presentations and future teaching opportunities
Guitarists and Musicians Club,
Mission: Dedicated to improving their musicianship and sharing information about music.
International Thespian Society
20 – 40 inducted members, as well as current theater students earning points towards induction at the end of the year
Mission of club: ITS, International Thespian Society, is an international honorary society that recognizes students for outstanding achievement in theater arts. In addition to recognition, officers of troupe #4970 here at Strake Jesuit oversee the induction of new members, points earned through theater work by members & future members towards honors or induction, and service opportunities.
Mission: To help students understand the discernment process for entering the Priesthood.
The Labre Project
Mission :The Labre Project is a student organization which reaches out to the poor in Houston. This weekly project starts by bringing together members of the Strake Jesuit community to prepare meals and unite in prayer. The project’s full beauty is found on the streets of Houston as we build friendships with the homeless and poor through the distribution of food and other practical goods.
Language and Culture Club
Mission : To promote the learning of foreign language and cultures around the world
Mission of Club: Our mission is to unite all of Strake Jesuit College Preparatory students with an interest in mathematics. To advance the critical thinking processes of the mind’s mathematical faculty. To encourage competition within the state and national levels. To infinity and its negative.
We will complete all six Texas State Mathematics League contests given throughout the year. This accounts for one meeting per month. We will compete in the Mathematical Association of America’s contest entitled American Mathematics Competition both 10 and 12 levels. This competition occurs in February with a follow up exam later in the month for those who qualify nationally. We will meet to practice and refine math skills in order to succeed in these competitions. A discussion of math and other related career options will be explored, which includes guest speakers.
Any student with an appreciation for mathematics or a desire to learn more about the subject is welcome in our club, regardless of the student's grade level
Mission: This club gives students exposure to health science careers.
Mission: Play the hand/eye coordination game out on Kenneally Green .
Neurobiology Biology Club
Mission: To gain a better understanding of Neurobiology and foster Community among those students interested in studying Neurobiology.
New Global Citizens Club
40 members (20 SJ, 20 SAA)
To raise money and awareness for poor African children
Mission: To allow students to live the belief that all life is sacred from inception to natural death.
About 20-25 members
Mission: To educate SJ students on SCUBA diving and gear, and to provide opportunities for students to learn diving skills and enjoy diving events with a community of swimmers and diver
SJ Key Club
Mission: Key Club is an international student-led organization which provides its members with opportunities to provide service, build character and develop leadership. Members must Requirements: Fifty service points per year and $15.00 dues
Mission: to provide students with opportunities to play ultimate and increase awareness and popularity of the sport
Strake Jesuit Inkwell(Literary Magazine and Writers Club)
About 10-12 members
Mission: To give creative writers an outlet for expression.
The Social Justice Club
Mission:Dedicated to spreading knowledge about Catholic Social thought and advocating for social change on the issues that are central in the Church’s moral and social theology.
Strategic Games Club.
Mission: They play different strategy games (War Hammer 40,000) and have learned tricks for Rubic Cubes
Mission: To give young leaders a platform to lead and plan and execute carious student activities.
Mission: this is a recreational/community building club