Academic Departments

Strake Jesuit's curriculum features a full range of core courses in liberal studies including languages, mathematics, sciences, fine arts, social studies and theology. This college preparatory curriculum is designed to challenge each student to strive for the Jesuit philosophy of the Magis - the more, the better way.

The school endeavors to have each student progress at a pace consistent with his ability in a given subject and encourages individualized study programs. In addition to the minimum course work, a wide scope of Advanced Course (AC) and Advanced Placement (AP) courses round of the offerings. These courses allow selected students to proceed at a more rapid pace and/or to approach the subject in more depth. 

The success of Jesuit's academic program is best measured by the success of our students. This success is evident by:

~ Jesuit students consistently matriculate to college at a rate in the upper 90% mark
~ Jesuit students have SAT scores which are consistently 400 points above the National Average.
~ Jesuit students are regularly accepted to many of the most highly ranked colleges and universities in nation including Stanford, Duke, Georgetown, Columbia, Northwestern, Vanderbilt and many more.


Fine Arts

Since education in Fine Arts is required in colleges around the nation, the goals and values of these areas (i.e., music, theater, and visual arts) do much for the education of the total person. The Fine Arts Department teaches not only to the intellect, but also to the aesthetic side of the human concentrating on the values of non-materialism, passion, respect, appreciation, compassion ,and love. It is a discipline which teaches service to others in the form of plays, concerts, visual arts, and a better appreciation for the beauty in the world around us.

Students in the Class of 2017 and beyond are required to take a full credit in Fine Arts.  Half and full credit courses in Music, Theater, and the Visual Arts are available to students.  Other performance-oriented courses such as Symphonic Band, Orchestra, Forensics, and Individual Events Competition last the entire year, are open to all students in any grade, and are given one credit hour. These classes utilize varied teaching styles and offer an alternative to the "text-oriented" curriculum. Teachers work with the students on a one-to-one basis as much as possible fostring the growth of human creativity in the students.

To learn more about Strake Jesuit's Fine Arts program, click here.

Department Members:
Mr. Dan Pepe - Department Chair - 713.490.8443 -

Mr. Guillermo Hernandez-Ching - 713.448.8445 -

Mrs. Dawn Kelly - 713.490.8217 -

Mrs. Marilyn Othon - 713.490.8240 -

Mr. Jesus Pacheco - 713.490.8256 -

Mr. Michael Sullivan '87 - 713.490.8227 -

Mr. Ben Ware - 713.490.8248 -

Computer Science

Computers are transforming our world. They are changing how we work, learn, interpret information, exchange ideas, and interact with each other. Strake Jesuit’s computer science curriculum is designed to stimulate a student’s curiosity as he begins to think computationally. Strake Jesuit students are asked to use logic and creativity to solve complex real-world problems using a computer.

All Strake Jesuit students are encouraged to take at least one year of computer science. Many students choose to continue their computer science studies and cover advanced topics such as application development, programming with data structures, database development, and project management. The Advanced Placement Computer Science as well as an honors Data Structures course are offered as part of the curriculum.

Strake Jesuit’s computer facilities include five computer labs dedicated to engineering and computer science, one lab dedicated to foreign language, one general resource computer lab.  All are equipped with projector, multimedia sounds system and Smartboard. In addition, there is an Apple Mac lab dedicated to Music, three portable notebook computer carts dedicated to the Science department and computer resource rooms dedicated to debate, SJET, yearbook and newspaper. There are thirty-six additional computers available to students throughout the day in the Moody Library. Each student receives a school-issued iPad, has his own personal network storage space, and is provided cloud-based school email and additional storage hosted by Google. 

Department Members:
Mr. Chuck Kenny - Department Chair - 713.490.8261 -

Mr. Dominic Baula - 713.490.8239 -


The accomplishments of an educated person necessarily include a mastery of language. Strake Jesuit's four-year English curriculum incorporates progressive challenges to students in the acquisition, understanding, and proficient use of verbal skills. Today, more than ever, individuals must be able to read and to listen with comprehension, grasping essential elements rapidly. They must become adept at discerning fact from innuendo, jargon, and doublespeak. Students need to develop analytical and composing skills in language not only for vocational and pragmatic purposes but also for aesthetic enrichment through artistic, social, and spiritual experiences.

The English program, therefore, stresses through a sequence: read, think, write. Composition provides a natural synthesizing tool for Jesuit's fused curriculum of all four language disciplines: vocabulary, grammar, literature, and writing. Teachers encourage excellence, for nothing short of the quest for mastery renders the student competent and confident in rhetoric, reading comprehension, literary analysis, vocabulary usage, and composition. Students at Strake Jesuit have a four-year English requirement with honors courses available beginning with the Sophomore year. Emphasis is placed on correct grammatical usage, a clear and expressive style of writing, vocabulary, and all types of literature.

Department Members:
Dr. Max Maier - Department Chair - 713.448.8432 -

Mr. Bruce Autry - 713.490.8231 -

Ms. Jessica Batchelor - 713.490.8147 -

Mr. Tom Beverick '07 - 713.490.8112 -

Mrs. Lesley Clinton - 713.490.8215 -

Mr. Donovan Fikac - 713.490.8230 -

Mr. Jason Ford - 713.272.4311 -

Mr. Klay Kubiak - 713.272.4375 -

Mr. Matthew Kubus - 713.490.8232 -

Mr. Dan Pepe - 7123.490.8443 -

Mr. Brock Scheller - 713.490.8229 -

Ms. Mary Tarpey - 713.490.8158 -

Mr. Willard Volding - 713.490.8129 -

Foreign Language

Through the study of Latin, French, Spanish and Mandarin languages, the students at Jesuit are given the opportunity to learn and to become aware of cultures and languages rich in their impact on the American heritage.The need to understand and appreciate our neighbors and fellowman has never been greater. By learning more about others we learn more about ourselves, and through this we become better persons both for ourselves and for others.

Houston is in the middle of a strong Spanish-speaking environment. Business, politics, sports, technology, medicine, all aspects of life are often conducted around us in Spanish, and it is essential that the students of Strake Jesuit have the chance to see and study this world.

Likewise, the city maintains its prominence as an international center dealing with all parts of the globe. The French and Mandarin languages are being used daily by both visitors and locals in Houston.

Through the study of Latin, students gain a greater appreciation of the English language. They acquire an in-depth knowledge of the terminology of basic grammar in Latin and in English and of vocabulary with English derivatives. Also, students gain an understanding of the influence of Latin culture on Western culture in reference to literature, art, law, and principles of social and political organization.

A student at Strake Jesuit is required to take two years of a foreign language. Strake Jesuit does offer a placement exam in late April or early May to enable incoming students with a very solid background in the language of their choice to begin at the second-year level. 

Each year a number of our graduates tell us about placing out of a number of hours through placement tests at the college they are attending.

Department Members:
Mrs. Gabriela Granados - Department Chair - 713.490.8441 -

Mr. Raul Garcia-Rameau - 713.490.8242 -

Mr. Kyle Gibson - 713.272.4312 -

Fr. Doug Hypolite, S.J. - 713.490.8209 -

Mr. Manny Martinez - 713.490.8125 -

Mrs. Ione Meyer - 713.272.4373 -

Mr. Gumaro Pedroza - 713.490.8211 -

Ms. Kristi Randazzo - 713.490.8150 -

Mrs. Eva Riojas - 713.272.4373 -

Mr. Bill White - 713.272.4377 -

Health & Physical Eduation

Health & Physical Education teaches students concepts that help them understand themselves and their environment. It is unique because of the special topics that are addressed during the semester. Areas covered include personal health, social environment, and safety. The class supplies students with health information to encourage good health habits and foster positive attitudes. Students are taught to appreciate the value of having a healthy body. After completion of the health education courses, students will be able to:

• Care for common injuries and illnesses
• Relate the basic facts of weight control
• Improve attitudes toward personal health 
• Recognize bones and muscle function
• Describe how substance abuse damages the body
• Perform CPR during an emergency
• Learn proper use of AED Unit

During the course, students will study:
• structure & function of the human body
• disease and allergies
• the male & female reproduction system
• food labeling and food additives
• reasons why people start using drugs
• health in general
• ways to improve self-esteem and healthy self-concept

Physical Education is a one semester course that introduces the values of sound mind and sound body. The student will participate in components ranging from weight training, personal fitness, sport games, and aquatics. The goal is for students to improve their personal level of fitness through participation and adopt lifetime recreational habits.

Department Members:
Mr. Chad Collier - Department Chair - 7123.490.8134 -

Mr. Keith Duhon - 7123.490.8252 -

Mr. Mike Kerley - 713.490.8446 -

Mr. Jeff Kipp - 713.490.8436 -

Mr. Bill McDonald - 7123.490.8226 -

Mr. Willie Webster - 713.490.8214 -


Mathematics can be described as the main driving force behind scientific discovery and engineering in our world. The mathematics requirement for all Jesuit students is the satisfactory completion of four years of mathematical study.

We have found that students are well-prepared for our mathematics curriculum if they have a solid foundation in adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing real numbers, and can apply the associated properties of real numbers.

Initial course placement for incoming freshmen is determined by performance on our placement test administered in the Spring. The majority of incoming freshmen are placed into algebra. Placement in subsequent years is determined by performance in the previous year’s math class. Regardless of freshman year placement, it is possible for any student to graduate having completed Calculus. Several course sequence possibilities are available.

AC designates a more demanding work load with greater GPA value. AP means college credit might be earned by taking an Advanced Placement test at the completion of the course. AP Calculus and AP Statistics are also AC courses. Placement in AC courses is an option only for students who excel in mathematics the preceding year. These placements are made based on performance through the third quarter.

Calculator Policy
Calculators are not permitted in Algebra I. A scientific calculator is sufficient for Geometry, Algebra II, and Pre-calculus. Graphing calculators are required for Calculus, AP Calculus, and AP Statistics.


Department Members:
Mrs. Natalee E. Hanna - Department Chair - 713.272.4376 -

Ms. Bree Adsit - 713.490.8157 -

Mr. Cheri Armstrong - 713.272.4305 -

Mr. Reynold D'Souza - 713.448.8437 -

Mr. John Glynn '12 - 713.272.4316 -

Mr. David Harvey '97 - 713.448.8431 -

 Mr. Ed Lamy - 713.490.8203 -

Mr. Carlos Roman - 713.490.8110 -

Ms. Krista Rueby - 713.272.4308 -

Mrs. Wanda Savage - 713.448.8433 -
Mr. Torey Tonche - 713.490.8246 -

Mr. Jacob Walker '10 - 713.272.4318 -


In today's technologically advanced society, science and scientific understanding are considered a priority in any education system. Strake Jesuit offers a variety of course to complement the student's own objectives while achieving the school's requirements. We understand that not al students have the same proficiency in science now the same career goals. We do, however, feel that an understanding of general science it a necessity in society today. Included in such an understanding are: scientific method, problem solving, mathematical analysis, laboratory manipulations, ethical considerations, social considerations, historical perspectives, and current topics.

The Strake Jesuit Science Department will provide a great opportunity for your son to develop: critical thinking skills, a basic understanding of three major scientific fields, and practical real life situations in the laboratories, over the next for years. Strake Jesuit starts all Freshmen on the same foot in Biology 1 before they can choose more advanced classes. Because of the increasing use of technology, most classrooms are equipped with a Smart Board or Smart Sympodium to make learning fun, interactive, and challenging. Students in the lab will collect data using Venier probeware for many investigations. In the Biology lab students will also use digital microscopes to create many of their lab reports. To help make the adjustment into Strake Jesuit, many instructors will offer extra help before & after school, and during lunch.

Department Members:
Mr. John Jamerlan - Department Chair - 713.490.8258 -

Mr. Quinn Baskin - 713.490.8202 -

Mr. Dominic Baula - 713.490.8239 -

Dr. Scott Berger - 713.490.8260 -

Mr. Edgar Diaz - 713.272.4319 -

Mr. Beau Guedry '12 - 713.490.8128 -

Mrs. Elizabeth Jamerlan - 713.490.8259 -

Mr. Jeffrey Kipp - 713.448.8436 -

Mr. Tatum Lynn - 713.490.8126 -

Dr. Dan Martinez - 713.490.9115 -

Mr. Michael Patrick - 713.490.8159 -

Ms. Cynthia Salvaggio - 713.490.8104 -

Mr. Andrew Schaeperkoetter - 713.490.8216 -

 Mr. Michael Shofner - 713.490.8146 -

Mr. Frank Wathen - 713.272.4379 -

Social Studies

Courses in the social studies provide student with an opportunity to systematically grow in competence and knowledge. Beginning with Geography in the freshman year followed by American History in the sophomore year, then with Government and Economics in the junior year, and culminating in the broad survey of World History and a one-semester course in History of Art in the senior year, the emphasis is on a comprehension of both the facts and the processes of history.

Jesuit students learn that cause begets effect. They also learn, however, that there are no single causes, no single effects in human affairs now or then. Every effort is made to provide students with the opportunity to comprehend the role played by environment (both physical and social) in the course of events. Additionally, the course work allows students to develop a dynamic understanding of basic social science concepts such as market economy, culture, socialization, institutions, governmental process, democracy, values, social class, justice, rights, and civic responsibilities. It is growth in these capacities for independent critical thought that provides the best indicator of student growth and achievement in the social studies. It is these same capacities that allow effective civic participation.

Social Studies at Strake Jesuit is a four-year program which allows students to explore how human beings have understood and ordered their lives and societies throughout the ages. Increasing students' awareness of the infinite and rich variety of the human experience fosters in them greater respect for all peoples and cultures. Additionally, it is the intent of the Social Studies program to develop students' ability to express themselves in an orderly and logical manner. Consequently, there is a great stress on oral and written communication, as well as the development of strong critical reading skills.|

Department Members:
Mr. Kelly Clemons - Department Chair - 713.490.8241 -

 Ms. Bree Adsit - 713.490.8157 -

 Mr. Dominic Amorosa - 713.490.8257 -

Mr. Kevin Anderson - 713.490.8137 -

Mr. Murvin Auzenne - 713.490.8238 -

Mr. Jeffrey Carroll - 713.272.4320 -

Mr. Peter Casey - 713.448.8435 -

Mr. Jerry Crist - 713.490.8251 -

Mr. Michael Crowley - 713.490.8251 -

Mr. Robert Diaz-Arrastia - 713.272.4302 - 

Mrs. Wendy Jimenez - 713.490.8210 -

Ms. Patty Kallman - 713.490.8255 -

Mr. John Gardner - 713.272.4310 -

Mr. Tim Keogh '10 - 713.272.4317 -

Mr. Steven Mossbarger - 713.490.8124 -

Mr. Andrew Pruett '98 - 713.490.8116 -

Mr. Mark Stovall - 713.490.8145 -

Ms. Kelly Thurber - 713.490.8127 -

Mr. Alex Vaporciyan '13 - 713.272.4306 -


Catechesis – leading one to maturity in faith – is the primary function of the Theology Department. The principle tasks of catechesis in adolescence include the following:

  • to further a genuinely Christian understanding of life,
  • to help the student discover genuine values in a pluralistic society and to put them in their proper order,
  • to bring the adolescent to that level of personal maturity which will allow him to overcome subjectivism and to discover a new hope in the strength and wisdom of God,
  • to stimulate the mind of the adolescent while providing the rational foundations for faith, and
  • to encourage personal experience of faith by providing opportunities for adolescents to assume responsibilities of faith.

Theology at Strake Jesuit confronts this catechetical challenge with a solid basic curriculum (four full credits required of all students entering as freshmen) and a diversity of teaching methods. The curriculum consists of required core courses dealing with Scripture, Church Doctrine and Sacraments, Personality Development, Morality, and Social Justice. We also require students to choose at least two electives from a collection of courses ranging from Philosophy to Spirituality.

The teaching philosophies within the department represent both academic and pastoral approaches to religious education. Theology is treated as an academic discipline requiring the development of critical reading, thinking, and writing skills. But as a department, we are also involved in the whole school's efforts at religious formation, and to this end we offer certain courses and use certain approaches reflecting a pastoral as well as an academic disposition. This diversity allows for a certain amount of academic freedom, which is enhanced by the fact that the teachers of each grade level and within each course assume the responsibility for introducing and developing specific goals to structure the core curriculum in light of the needs and abilities of the changing student body.

Department Members:
Mr. Chris Cole '02 - Department Chair - 713.272.4370 -

Mr. Nick Arguello - 713.490.8235 -

Mr. Carlos Barboza '12 - 713.490.8138 -

Mr. John Barone - 713.490.8212 -

Ms. Catherine Burke - 713.272.4359 -

Mr. Jeremy Dunford - 713.490.8206 -

Mr. John Fahy - 713.490.8135 -

Mr. Kyle Gibson - 713.272.4312 -

Mr. Mark McNeil - 713.490.8233 -

Mr. Dan Pepe - 713.448.8443 -

Mr. Jon Polce, S.J. - 713.490.8144 -

Mr. Tommy Romano - 713.490.8237 -

Mr. Andrew Schaeperkoetter - 713.490.8216 -

Mr. Chris Siemann - 713.272.4369 -




To contact a member of the faculty and staff by email, click on their name.

Adsit, Ms. Bree 713.490.8157
Amorosa, Mr. Dominic 713.490.8257
Anderson, Mr. Kevin 713.490.8137
Arguello, Mr. Nick 713.490.8235
Armstrong, Mrs. Cheri 713.272.4305
Autry, Mr. Bruce 713.490.8231 
Auzenne, Mr. Murvin 713.490.8238
Ayala, Mr. Marlon 713.490.8154

Barboza '12, Mr. Carlos 713.490.8138
Barone, Mr. John 713.490.8212
Baskin, Mr. Quinn 713.490.8202
Batchelor, Ms. Jessica 713.490.8147
Baula, Dominic 713.490.8239
Benitez, Mr. Miguel 713.490.8262
Berger, Dr. Scott 713.490.8260
Beverick '07, Mr. Thomas 713.490.8112
Blank, Mr. Michael 713.490.8253
Bonilla, Mr. Miguel 713.490.8262|
Bonilla, Mr. Roberto 713.490.8262
Bordelon, Mrs. Sheri 713.490.8160
Burke, Miss Katie 713.272.4359

Carroll, Mr. Jeff 713.272.4320  
Casey, Mr. Peter 713.448.8435
Cassapo, Mrs. Kate 713.490.8131  
Chopin, Mrs. Wendy 713.448.8440 
Clemons, Mr. Kelly 713.490.8241
Clinton, Mrs. Lesley 713.490.8215
Clinton, Dr. Richard 713.272.4374  
Cole '02, Mr. Chris 713.272.4370 
Collier, Mr. Chad 713.490.8134  
Cortez, Ms. Audrey 713.490.8130  
Crist, Mr. Jerry 713.490.8251 
Crowley, Mr. Michael 713.490.8140 

DeBeer, Mrs. Pepe 713.490.8223
Deleon, Mr. Alfredo 713.490.8262 
Deleon, Mr. Juan 713.490.8262 
Diaz, Mr. Edgar 713.272.4319
Diaz-Arrastia '11, Mr. Robert 713.272.4302
Dolar, Mrs. Michelle 713.490.8224
Duffin, Darby 713.490.8151
Duhon, Mr. Keith 713.490.8252 
Dunford, Mr. Jeremy 713.490.8206
DuRoss, Neil 713.490.8153
D'Souza, Mr. Reynold 713.448.8437 

Eckler, S.J., Br. Walter 713.490.8201 

Fahy, Mr. John 713.490.8135 
Fikac, Mr. Donovan 713.490.8230  
Fomby, Mr. John 713.490.8162 
Ford, Mr. Jason 713.272.4311
Foster '88, Mr. John 713.490.8106 
Fuentes, Mr. Omar 713.490.8262 
Fuller, Mr. Jeff 713.490.8220

Garcia-Rameau, Mr. Raul 713.490.8242 
Gardner, Mr. John 713.272.4310
Gibson, Mr. Kyle 713.272.4312
Glynn '12, Mr. John 713.272.4316
Granados, Mrs. Gabriella 713.448.8441 
Guedry '12, Mr. Beau 713.490.8128

Hanna, Mrs. Natalee 713.272.4376
Harvey '97, Mr. David 713.448.8431
Healey, Mr. Dan 713.490.8133
Heredia, Mr. Erik 713.490.8262
Hernandez-Ching, Mr.Guillermo 713.448.8445 
Hymel, Mr. Glenn 713.490.8222 
Hypolite, S.J., Fr. Doug 713.490.8209  


Jamerlan, Mrs. Elizabeth 713.490.8259 
Jamerlan, Mr. John 713.490.8258 
Jewett, Julie 713.490.8204
Jimenez, Mr. Alberto 713.490.8262 
Jimenez, Mr. Marco 713.490.8262 
Jimenez, Mrs. Wendy 713.490.8210
Johnson, S.J., Fr. Jeff 713.490.8102  
Johnson, Mrs. Susan 713.490.8121 
Jones, Mrs. Sheri 713.490.8108 

Kallman, Ms. Patty 713.490.8255
Kelly, Mrs. Dawn 713.490.8217
Keogh '10, Mr. Tim 713272.4317
Kenny, Mr. Chuck 713.490.8261
Kerley, Mr. Mike 713.448.8446
Kipp. Mr. Jeff 713.490.8436
Kohut, Ms. Emily 713.272.4357
Kubiak, Mr. Klay 713.272.4375
Kubus, Mr. Matt 713.490.8232
Kulick, Mr. Tom 713.490.8132

Lamy, Mr. Ed 713.490.8203
Lazo, Mrs. Alba 713.490.8118
Lazo, Mr. Luis 713.490.8262
Lojo ‘91, Mr. Ken 713.490.8109
Lynn, Mr. Tatum 713.490.8126

Maier, Dr. Max 713.448.8432
Maldanado, Mr. Rick 713.448.8439
Malixi, Mrs.Amanda 713.272.4371  
Martinez, Dr. Dan 713.490.8155
Martinez, Mr. Manny 713.490.8125
Matheny '02, Mr. Colin 713.490.8236
Mathews, Mrs. Adrienne 713.448.8438 
Mazen, Mr. Clint 713.272.4353
McArdle, Bill 713.272.3207
McDonald, Mr. Bill 713.490.8226
McNeil, Mr. Mark 713.490.8233
McNeil, Mrs. Patti 713.490.8113
Meyer, Ms. Ione 713.272.4373
Montroy, Mr. Andrew 713.490.8120
Mossbarger, Mr. Steve 713.490.8124
Muniz, ‘87, Mr. Tony 713.490.8143
Munoz, Mr. Carlos 713.272.4344
Muras, Mrs. Kathy 713.774.7651
Muras, Mr. Dave 713.490.8103

Norkus ‘95, Mr. Trip 713.490.8139
Nurre, Mr. Peter 713.448.8434

Olson, Mr. Billy 713.272.4358
Othon, Mrs. Marilyn 713.490.8240
Ovando, Mr. Fabian 713.490.8262
Overbeck, Mrs. Mary 713.272.4345

Pacheco, Mr. Jesus 713.490.8256
Patrick, Mr. Michael 713.490.8159
Pedroza, Mr. Gumaro 713.490.8211
Pepe, Mr. Dan 713.448.8443
Polce, S.J., Mr. Jon 713.490.8144
Pruett '97, Mr. Andy 713.490.8116


Randazzo, Mrs. Kristi 713.490.8150
Rauschuber, S.J., Fr. Tony 713.490.8213
Ribbeck, Mrs. Jill 713.490.8107
Rice, '04, Mr. Peter 713.490.8244
Riedle, Mrs. Leyda 713.490.8141
Riojas, Ms. Eva 713.490.8228
Rivers, Mr. Rick 713.490.8225
Rodriguez, Ms. Liza 713.490.8156
Rodriguez, Ms. Nancy 713.490.8148
Roman, Mr. Carlos 713.490.8110
Romano, Mr. Tommy 713.490.8237
Rueby, Miss Krista 713.490.8128

Saltzman, Mr. James 713.490.8234
Salvaggio, Ms. Cynthia 713/490.8104
Sandoval, Mr. Carlos 713.490.8262
Santarcangelo,’67, Mr. N.J. 713.490.8152
Savage, Mrs. Wanda 713.448.8433
Schaeperkoetter, Mr. Andrew 713.490.8216
Scheller, Mr. Brock 713.490.8229
Sheara, Mrs. Sharon 713.490.8122
Scott, Mrs. Gabiela 713.490.8117
Shofner, Mr. Michael 713.490.8146
Siemann, Mr. Chris 713.272.4369
Simien, Ms. Yvette 713.490.8136
Stovall, Mr. Mark 713.490.8145
Sullivan, ’87, Mr. Michael 713.490.8227

Tarpey, Ms. Mary 713.490.8158
Thurber, Mrs. Kelly 713.490.8127
Tonche, Mr. Torey 713.490.8243
Trahan, Mrs. Jackie 713.490.8102


Vaporciyan '13, Mr. Alex 713.272.4306
Veazey, Ms. Lynn 713.490.8205
Ventura, Mr. Jose 713.490.8262
Volding, Mr. Will 713.490.8129

Walker, Mr. Jacob '10 713.272.4318
Ware, Mr. Ben 713.490.8248
Wathen '13, Mr. Frank 713.272.4379
Webster, Mr. Willie 713.490.8214
White, Mr. Bill 13.448.4377
Williams, Mr. Jason 713.490.8142
Wrobel, Mr. George 713.490.8114