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Within our community, there are opportunities for students to create authentic relationships in an enjoyable and energetic environment where they feel that they truly belong. With a variety of activities and clubs offered, students are encouraged to find a place to connect. 

4-H Club (Grades K-12)

The 4-H club meets the second Monday of each month at the 59 campus. Students are able to learn about different topics that range from agriculture, food science, healthy living, fashion design or photography just to name a few.  Students are able to participate in local and state 4-H shows with their projects.

Chess Club (Grades 3-12)

The chess club meets once a week at the 59 Campus to learn strategies and play chess.  They compete once a month  at schools in and around the Houston area. Through the game of chess, students are taught the importance of Ephesians 5:15-16, "being wise in how we live and making the most of the time we have."

Robotics (Grades 3-12)

The robotics club meets weekly at the 59 Campus to build robots using both remote control and programming, and usually works towards participating in various competitions. Students are given the opportunity to compete in local competitions and high school students may compete in the statewide TAPPS competition.

Archery (Grades 2-12)

The archery club meets weekly at a range to shoot and occasionally participates in other events such as competitions, and programs such as earning pins for improved shooting.

Technology Student Association (Grades 5-12)

Technology Student Association,  a national association of students which fosters personal growth, leadership, and opportunities in science, technology, engineering, mathematics, and arts, meets  once a week and has three main competitions each year: Gulf Coast Regional TSA Competition; Texas TSA State Competition; and the National TSA Competition. In TSA, students become leaders who exhibit Christlike behaviors for their peers. Through the creation and development of their projects for competition, the students must learn to plan their work and diligently follow through to the competition time, all while juggling their spiritual lives, family lives, schoolwork, sports, and other activities. Proverbs 21:5 says, “The plans of the diligent lead to profit as surely as haste leads to poverty.” They must also learn to be the type of teammate they would want on their own team (Luke 6:31). They also focus on Colossians 3:23, “Whatever you do, work at it with all your heart as working for the Lord, not for human masters.” 

Multicultural Club (Grades 9-12)

Living in one of the most diverse counties in the United States presents our students with a very unique opportunity.  The multicultural club provides an opportunity for our students to look at what it looks like to live for Christ in the midst of this amazing diversity.  This club meets monthly on a Friday during the lunch hour.

C2 (Grades 9-12)

C2 meets weekly during the fall and spring semesters and cycles through different activities: worship, speakers, chatz (small group), and fellowship. High school students gather to share dinner together, play outdoor games, build community, and talk about Jesus. Students make an impact for Christ by being in Christian community and discussing faith related topics with each other. C2 speakers are trusted adults in our community who share their testimony and challenge students to live a life on fire for Jesus. Students are given the opportunity to step out of their comfort zone by talking about their faith with peers they would not typically interact with.