Getting to Jesuit
Per Community Life, all students who use the Strake Jesuit parking lot are required to purchase and display a parking tag.
For the 2019–2020 school year, parking tags will be issued only to Strake Jesuit Seniors and Juniors who have a valid driver’s license. Parking tags will continue to be available to Seniors and Juniors throughout the school year, on a first-come-first-served basis, until the remaining spaces are gone.
Parking on campus is a privilege. Students who do not purchase a parking tag and choose to park at the school illegally will face disciplinary action from the school. Students are reminded to review the parking rules in Community Life.
The parking tag is $75.00 and is valid only during the school year in which it is purchased. Online purchases have been deactivated. Please contact the Dean of Students Office.
Are you interested in carpooling to school with other Strake Jesuit families?
Jesuit serves families from all across the greater Houston area with students attending from five counties and over 60 zip codes. You are likely to find a family in your area looking to carpool. Simply join the Mentor Mom Carpool List to connect with other current families.
How to Join
- Fill out the form below.
- The information you provide will be added to the carpool list.
- You will receive a confirmation email including the carpool passkey that you need to view the list.
- You can then view the carpool list online by clicking here.
To make carpooling simpler on your group, you might want to consider a carpooling service like GoKid, who provide a mobile app that keeps your driving schedule organized, plots the optimal driving route for each carpool trip, and sends automated reminders to participants. It is invitation-based, meaning that anyone can set up a carpool, but only the families you invite can join your carpool. Find out more at www.GoKid.mobi.
Please note that the Mentor Moms help to connect families interested in carpooling, but parents are ultimately responsible for making their own carpool arrangements. It is the parents' responsibility to ensure vehicles are in good condition, driven safely, adequately insured, and all matters related to the overall safety of the students are met.
More and more Jesuit students are using public transportation to get to school. METRO provides bus service to many of the areas Jesuit families live in. Here are some helpful resources: