Trips are planned each semester to museums, plays, artist's
studios, etc. School related projects, such as murals, are completed. Nominal
club dues are collected. Fund raisers are launched throughout the year. Meetings
are twice per month in the Art department.
Club bowling is made of boys and girls varsity teams. Students bowl
competitively with other schools in the district and region.
The Chess Club is open to anyone that wants to learn to play chess or sharpen your skills. We have students with all skill levels to help or challenge others. Several members are willing to teach moves, opening moves, etc to anyone interested.
The Katy HS Debate Team is comprised of a fun, competitive, and hard-working group of students. We practice twice a week, competing on weekends at up to twenty events each year. Students are required to be currently enrolled in the debate class during their first year of team membership. Enrollment in the debate class is optional after the first year, but the vast majority of debaters remain enrolled in the debate class so that they have a dedicated daily time to research the season’s topics. Parents and prospective students should please feel free to email the coach with any questions!
Gives students taking French an opportunity to share a common goal
of learning French as well as having fun outside of school.
The FFA has a little something to offer every student. Our
activities range from leadership and judging competitions, to camps and
convention trips, to raising an animal for the livestock show. To be involved in
the FFA, you must be enrolled in an Agriculture Science Class.
Katy High School FFA website.
The only History Club in Texas is open to anyone who is interested
in history beyond the classroom setting. Activities include field trips, mock
trials, reenactments, writing (with the possibility of being published), as well
as the study of music and art throughout time.
Gives students taking German an opportunity to share a common goal
of learning German as well as doing fun activities outside of school. Activities
include trips to German/Austrian restaurants, museums, putt-putt golf and fund
The Good Sportsmanship League (GSL) is an organization that promotes good sportsmanship at the varsity football games. GSL is open to 11th and 12th graders and we take applications in April for the next year. Students in GSL will prepare a goodie basket for the opposing team during enrichment. You must be at the games you are assigned to walk 30 minutes before kickoff. Students walk across the field to meet students from the opposing team, exchange gifts, and wish them good luck!
Tiger Media Team
The students in the Tiger Media program produce a 6 minute campus news
show two days a week. The learn the basics of TV production,
video editing, graphics and audio editing. Must have successfully completed AV Production or Journalism I
National Honor Society
Honors students with GPA of 3.75 or better. More than just an honor roll, NHS serves to honor those students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of Scholarship, Leadership, Service, and Character. These characteristics have been associated with membership in the organization since its beginning in the 1920s. Potential members receive invitations in the spring of theirsophomore or junior years.
|National Art Honor Society|
The Art-based service organization at KHS; we are a local chapter of the National organization. We provide opportunities for national recognition, scholarships, and connectivity to 58,000+ outstanding art students across the country. We specialize in making artistic props, murals, banners, etc. for different community events. We do our very best to bring art out of everyone and make the Visual Arts more visible.
Paw Print Newspaper
Tiger Echo Yearbook
Staffs work together throughout the year producing the school yearbook and newsmagazine. Participation requires one year of Journalism or Photojournalism and application. Visit the KHS Media Team web page at www.katypawprint.com. You can purchase your Tiger Echo Yearbook at www.balfour.com.
Students entering their 10th, 11th, or 12th grade year have the opportunity to welcome the new incoming class of freshmen by being Peer Mentors. Peer Mentors are selected by the KHS Staff to provide an enjoyable experience for our new 9th graders at Fish Camp. These supervised upperclassmen host the incoming freshmen for an informative and fun-filled day of becoming acquainted with the West and Main Campus buildings through motivational sessions and learning KHS traditions.
Our goal is for students to express creativity in the leisure hobby of photography. Taking pictures at games as well as many other after school events will be a great opportunity for students of all grades to step outside of their comfort zone and be challenged by a cameras many secrets. This club will also Improve and potentially introduce this avocation in a way of learning and harnessing creativity. Finally, this is a chance for the school to get more recognition by covering its academic/sportsmanship value.
Quiz Bowl is a team trivia competition on everything from history and literature to music, movies, and science. Visit Room B103 and use Remind code @KHSQU for more information.
|Dr. Ratna Sinha|
Gives students taking Spanish an opportunity to share a common goal of learning Spanish as well as doing fun cultural activities in and outside of school.
|Spanish Honor Society|
The purpose of the Sociedad Honoraria Hispánica is to recognize high achievement in Spanish and to promote continuity of interest in Hispanic studies since 1953. The Spanish Honor Society in KHS started in 2012. To qualify, students should have a 3.5 GPA in their Spanish classes at levels 3, 4 or 5, or have finished the AP classes successfully. Members who engage and complete voluntary work and participate in all activities and fundraisers set by our Chapter Hispania, will be initiated in the Spring.
The mission of Special Buddies at Katy High School is to include students with special needs in fun campus activities to build positive campus culture for all current and future Katy High students.
Technology Students Association
The Technology Student Association enhances personal development, leadership, and career opportunities in STEM, whereby members apply and integrate these concepts through intracurricular activities, competitions, and related programs.