Jesuit junior Andrew Eichelberger, a mid-fielder on the Crusaders Lacrosse Team, has been selected a US Lacrosse All-American by the Texas High School Lacrosse League (THSLL).
Foster Corrigan, who graduated from Jesuit last year with the Class of 2014, is currently participating in a gap year at Baylor College of Medicine International Pediatric AIDS Initiative
Chandler is the fourth Owl in C-USA history to earn Freshman of the Year, a prestigious list that includes eventual major league draft picks Austin Kubitza (2011), Anthony Rendon (2009) and Ryan Berry (2007).
Five members of the Crusaders Track & Field team competed in the State UIL Track Meet in Austin May 15 & 16.
The Strake Jesuit Debate team participated in the South Texas National Forensic League national qualification tournament held at George Ranch High School on April 30 - May 2.
The many accomplishments of students as well as faculty and staff were recognized at the Annual Awards Day ceremony on Thursday, April 30.
The Jesuit Golf Team, which just missed qualifying for the Regional Tournament for the second straight year. nonetheless has several individual players who have garnered post-season recognition.
One of the newest traditions at Strake Jesuit was renewed on Monday night, April 27 when the school hosted its’ 3rd Annual Eagle Scout Dinner in the Moran Dining Hall.
Seniors Blake Bordelon and Joyson Zhang recently took the Houston area scholarship exam for AP Chemistry 2 students conducted by the American Chemical Society.
When Jesuit and St. Thomas face-off in their annual football game for the 52nd time next fall on Friday, September 4, they will do so at NRG Stadium, home of the Houston Texans.
Every year Strake Jesuit College Preparatory awards five Ignatian Scholar Awards to the top five registered applicants in the incoming freshman class.
Since the announcement last fall that Fr. Flavio Bravo, SJ would be leaving for Puerto Rico and his next assignment this summer, there has been anticipation for his Farewell Mass and Fiesta.
When Jesuit introduced its iPad 1-to-1 program two years ago, it was projected that after two years, all students would be issued new iPads. That date arrived on Wednesday, April 22.
On Wednesday, April 23 former University of Houston and NBA star Clyde Drexler addressed Jesuit students at lunchtime in the STEM Building’s Gray Lecture Hall.
Students in Andrew Schaeperkoetter's Engineering Design and Problem Solving classes out their designs skills to the test in a recent Pinewood Derby project.
The Varsity Track & Field team won the Area Meet with 141 points held on Thursday, April 23 at Stratford High School.
The Strake Jesuit Peer Ministry class sponsored a Forum on Stress and Substance Abuse on Wednesday, April 22 during lunch with all students invited to attend.
The tradition of the Father-Son Breakfast was renewed this past Sunday, April 19 – albeit with a small twist. The traditional Mass followed by breakfast became a Mass followed by lunch.
The Annual Alumni Moms Retreat was held at Strake Jesuit on Saturday morning, April 18. A total of 60 mothers of alumni were in attendance.
The Strake Jesuit/St. Agnes Academy Symphonic Band performed at the Musicfest Texas Festival Performance in San Antonio.
Portland Trail Blazers guard Tim Frazier has been selected as both the 2015 NBA Development League’s Most Valuable Player and Rookie of the Year, as voted on by the league’s 18 head coaches.
For the second year in a row, the Strake Jesuit Track & Field team claimed the District 19-6A title at the district meet held at Cinco Ranch High School.
The Crusader athletes committed to play college athletics on the NCAA's spring National Letter of Intent signing day on Wednesday, April 15.
Ten Strake Jesuit students divided into two teams of five, recently participated in a national math modeling competition, the Moody Mega Math Challenge, sponsored by the Moody Foundation.
One of the longest running traditions of giving at Strake Jesuit was renewed on Tuesday, April 14 when the annual Blood Drive was held in the Competition Gym foyer.
Junior Zach Zubia was spotlighted by KHOU Ch. 11 as their High School Athlete of the Week.
The SJ/SAA Symphonic Band and Chamber Orchestra competed at the Texas Private School Music Educators Association (TPSMEA) Concert & Sight-Reading Contest Friday, April 10.
The Varsity Track Team competed well at the Rice University Victor Lopez Meet held April 3 and 4. The team competed in select events for a tune up for District.
The Strake Jesuit and St. Agnes Chamber Orchestra competed in the UIL Concert and Sight Reading festival in Tompkins High School Wednesday, April 8.
The Crusaders Varsity Golf Team competed well in District 19-6A Golf Tournament Tuesday and Thursday, March 31 and April 2 at River Ridge Golf Course.
Two events that have quickly become important ones for incoming freshmen and their families are the Accepted Students Reception and the Retreat & Leadership Center (RLC) Open House for Accepted Students.
The AP Physics c Mechanics classes, taught by Dr. Scott Berger, took to the sea (otherwise known as the school's competition pool) to test their design and construction skills in the Cardboard Boat Regatta
The Varsity Water Polo team finished district play undefeated, with an 11-4 win over Memorial High School Monday night.
Members of the Strake Jesuit/St. Agnes Band had the opportunity to perform and learn from members of the Symphonic Band of Houston on Friday, March 27
Members of the Crusaders Varsity Track that qualified competed at the prestigious Texas Relays this past weekend against the nations best athletes
The Portland Trail Blazers are adding a third point guard to their roster for the stretch run of the season. Portland signed point guard Tim Frazier for the remainder of the season
The Varsity Track Team competed at the Jesuit-Sheaner Relays hosted at Dallas Jesuit on Saturday, March 21. Facing some of the best competition in the state, the Crusaders finished second and were just edged out by DeSoto.
The Strake Jesuit baseball team ended a three-year postseason drought last season. Head coach Raul Garcia-Rameau is confident the Crusaders can achieve even more.
Demonstrating once again its ability to persevere, the Strake Jesuit community managed to pull off another successful Spring Fling event on Sunday, March 8 despite a steady rain outside. The solution - move inside.
Four members of the Crusaders Basketball Team earned All-District honors while another five earned Academic All-District recognition.
Eight seniors have been named Finalists in the National Merit Scholarship Program.
On Thursday, February 12, the Strake Jesuit Art Museum held its 3rd Annual CrusaderARTS Festival.
Three Crusader athletes competed in two UIL State Meets held last Friday and Saturday, February 20 and 21 and all represented Jesuit very well.
Sophomore Joseph Mullen made Strake Jesuit history this past weekend when he became the first school brass player to perform with the Texas Music Educators Association (TMEA) 5A All-State Symphonic Band
The Tahirih Justice Center in Washington, D.C. has selected Chris Lemming '05 to receive the Washington, DC Area Pro Bono Attorneys of the Year Award
The Jesuit Varsity Swimming and Diving Team competed in the Region Championship Meet Friday and Saturday, February 6 & 7 and had some outstanding results. The team earned several regional medals and five school records were broken over the course of the prelims and finals.
On Saturday night, January 31, Jesuit held its annual Night of Honor. The special evening each year serves as the induction ceremonies for the school's Athletic Hall of Honor as well as the presentation of the Ignatian Award to the Alumnus of the Year.
Jesuit alum Tim Frazier '09 signed a 10-day contract with the NBA's Philadelphia 76ers. He has been playing for Portland, Maine in the NBA Development League.
Three Crusader athletes from three different sports signed National Letters of Intent on Wednesday - National Signing Day.
Ten members of the Texas Private School Music Educators Association (TPSMEA) All-State Choir from the Strake Jesuit/St. Agnes Choir performed with the All-State Choir
The 18 Jesuit band and orchestra members who were selected to the Texas Private School Music Educators Association All-State Band and All-State Orchestra performed with the All-State Band on Saturday, January 31 in San Marcos.
Jesuit Head Soccer Coach Bill McDonald and Assistant Soccer Coach Jamy Champenoy were each recently recognized with coaching awards.
Fr. Flavio Bravo, SJ, who has served at Strake Jesuit since 2005 as School Chaplain as well as Director of the Pastoral Ministry Center, will be leaving at the end of the current school year in order to take on a new assignment in Puerto Rico.
On Saturday, January 24, the Strake Jesuit Dads’ Club hosted approximately 36 Father/Son teams for the Nevle Street Reach Service Project.
Fr. Daniel Lahart, SJ, who has served as President of Strake Jesuit since August 2001, today informed the school’s Board of Directors of his decision to step down from that position at the end of the 2015-2016 school year.
Ten senior members of the Jesuit football team have earned Football Academic All-State honors from the Texas High School Coaches Association (THSCA).
Jesuit sophomore Joseph Mullen earn Texas Music Educators Association (TMEA) All-State Band honors at the TMEA Area Band Contest.
Attorney Brian Albrecht was skimming a database of Houston cases that qualified for free legal help when he came across a plea for help he couldn't resist.
A host of Crusaders were recognized with post-season honors following the 2014 football season.
Seven members of the Strake Jesuit/St Agnes Orchestra have been selected to the 2015 Texas Private School Music Educators Association's (TPSMEA) All-State Orchestra.
Strake Jesuit recently installed a Weather Bug weather station on top of the Clay Atrium. The station provides full current weather conditions on campus including temperature, wind, humidity, and precipitation.
Jesuit alumnus David King '08 has signed with the NFL's Seattle Seahawks from the Cincinnati Bengals Practice Squad.
Eleven Strake Jesuit Band members have earned a position in the Texas Private School Music Educators Association (TPSMEA) All-State Band.
On Thursday, December 11, over 100 Jesuit students and a number of the school’s faculty and staff joined over 65 million others around the world to take part in the Hour of Code.
The Christmas Season is alive at Strake Jesuit.
Fr. T.J. Martinez, SJ, former member of the Strake Jesuit Board of Directors and founding President of Cristo Rey Jesuit Houston College Preparatory, passed away Friday morning, November 28, 2014 after a courageous battle with cancer.
It was 25 years ago this past Sunday, on November 16, 1989, when six Jesuit priests, their cook, and her daughter were assassinated in El Salvador...
On Veteran's Day, Tuesday evening, November 11, the 6th Annual Capt. Andrew Houghton '97 Award was presented to current Jesuit sophomore Colin Minx..
Three Crusader athletes committed to play college athletics in conjunction with the NCAA's National Signing day in a ceremony in the Competition Gym foyer on Friday, November 14...
Senior Dewey Gonsoulin was honored as a finalist by the Houston Touchdown Club for their Annual Greater Houston High School Football Scholar-Athlete Award...
James “Jeb” Bashaw ’80, a past member of the school’s Board of Directors, has been selected as the recipient of the 2014 Ignatian Award...
Jesuit students had the opportunity yesterday to come “face-to-face” with Naia, the Americas' oldest teenager, who died some 12,000 years ago...
The Annual Alumni Moms Mass & Brunch had a special reason to celebrate at this year's event, which was held on Sunday, November 9...
Ten Jesuit students who are members of the Strake Jesuit/St. Agnes Mixed Chorus were chosen for the 2015 -TPSMEA All-State Choir...
The Crusaders Cross Country team traveled to the Austin area to compete in the State Meet in Round Rock...
When James Webb '09 made the decision to propose to Hannah Trout (SAA '09), he wanted to pop the question at a special place...
Michael Sam. Jr. '11 was recently asked to address the Positive Coaching Alliance's Triple Impact Competitors at their 5th annual scholarship and awards banquet....
On Monday morning, November 3, Jesuit began the day with the annual Feast of All Saints Mass in the Parsley Center...
The Stake Jesuit Mothers' Club recently approached Fr. Lahart about dedicating one of the new trees planted around the new STEM Building in honor of Alec Hilman '17...
The seventh class has been selected for induction into the Strake Jesuit Athletic Hall of Honor.
After more than 50 years of service to Strake Jesuit students, a large crane took its first swipes at Hampil Hall (the 400 building) in early October...
Eastern Pacific Youth Club takes first in initial Dragon Boat Race appearance in Sugar Land...
Thirteen St. Agnes/Strake Jesuit Mixed Chorus members were chosen for the 2014 Texas Private School Music Educators Association Region 3 Choir...
Three senior Crusader athletes were recognized by the Positive Coaching Alliance (PCA) at Triple-Impact Competitor Banquet...
The Strake Jesuit Debate Team participated in the St. Mark's Invitational in Dallas which was held October 16-20...
Strake Jesuit/St. Agnes Orchestra members selected to the 2014 Texas Music Educators Association's (TMEA) All-Region 23 Orchestra...
Jesuit held its 10th Annual Grandparents Day on Thursday, October 16 and the event drew a record crowd...