School Leadership

Welcome to Strake Jesuit.

The first day a student steps foot on campus, he begins actively working with his teachers, coaches and counselors to put into practice the ideals of Jesuit education – to become a Man for Others. We often talk about being a Man for Others at Strake Jesuit because it is part of the rich spiritual and intellectual tradition of Jesuit education. For nearly 500 years, Jesuits have been teaching, coaching and forming students to be loving, religious, committed to doing justice, intellectually competent, and open to growth. And in Houston, we’ve been faithfully dedicated to that mission at Strake Jesuit since 1960.

Our students commit to growth, and they learn to lead by being engaged in our school community and beyond. They also experience the joy, and responsibility, of serving others by completing a minimum of 155 service hours during their time at Strake Jesuit.

Whether in the classroom or together on retreat at our Retreat and Leadership Center, competing on one of our athletic teams, our outstanding debate team or in our accomplished music programs, our students are cultivating values and learning skills that we believe will prepare them not only for college, but for life.

As our proud alumni will share, Strake Jesuit is a community that encourages young men to learn and empowers them to lead. This is indeed a special place, and we invite you to visit our campus to see why our outstanding young men, and their families, have chosen to call Strake Jesuit home.

God bless,

Fr. Jeff Johnson, S.J.

Mr. Ken Lojo '91