Each year, Episcopal has a robust offering of student-driven, student-centered, and student-led clubs, honor societies, and organizations. These groups afford students opportunities to explore interests and areas beyond the classroom. Typically, there are over 40 clubs that cover a large range of concentrations including leadership development, service, food, sports, and many others!
Each club, honor society, and organization has a student representative and faculty sponsor who lead these groups throughout the school year to achieve the goals of exposing students to new interests and experiences, collaborate with students with similar interests, and gain experience leading their peers.
Through clubs, honor societies, organizations, and events, EHS offers students opportunities to nurture their interests through inclusive and diverse experiences.
We, the Student Council of Episcopal High School, promote the development of knowledge and good citizenship, to create a greater sense of responsibility and understanding, and to implement activities within the student body and faculty to create a community of respect.
"Leadership is a quality that is innate to me and not something I consciously think of. I follow my passion, work hard, and it brings me joy to include and help others along the way. Being able to serve as an officer has been an incredible opportunity of which I cherish. Being an officer means being a leader and collaborating with others to make positive change."
– Madison S. (23) Student Body Parliamentarian
"To me being an officer means being a leader and striving to be an example that my classmates can follow. It means a lot to have been elected and chosen my peers to represent them."
– Breylan T. (23) Class President
"Being an officer means I can be the person that people can count on & I can be the person who makes the community a better place. I love being able to make change that makes people happy and the school a more enjoyable environment."
–Reagan G. (24) Class VP
Clubs at EHS are student originated, led, organized, and orchestrated. Clubs provide students with the opportunity to share and explore common interests, serve the EHS and greater community in varied ways, and build relationships with students and faculty.
- ALS Awareness Club
- American Red Cross Club
- American Sign Language Club
- Art Club
- Asian Pop Culture Club
- Bad Movie Club
- Baking Club
- Beauty vs. Society Club
- Business Club
- Cancer Awareness Club
- Chess Club
- Chinese Club
- Choices Advocacy Committee
- Comp Sci Club
- Current Events Club
- Cultural Fashion and History Club
- Dance Club
- Dodgeball Club
- Earth Club
- EHS Academic Team
- Fantasy Football Club
- Fashion, Architecture, and Design Club
- Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA)
- Find Your Zen Course
- French Club
- Fustsal Club
- Game Development Club
- Garden Club
- The Greek Culture Club
- Holiday Club
- Investment Analysis Club
- Jewish Heritage Club
- Latin Club
- Math Club
- Medical Careers Club
- Model UN Club
- Morgan's Message
- Philosophy Club
- Photography Club
- Pickleball Club
- Ping Pong Club
- Psychology Club
- Quiz Bowl
- Robotics Club
- Science Club
- Spanish Club
- SWAG (Students Wearing Awesome Gear) Club
- Speech and Debate Club
- Spirit Club
- Sports Analytics Club
- Women's Empowerment Club
- World Affairs Council
- Young Democrats Club
- Young Republicans Club
Student Representative: Defne Deliormanli, Gaby Canfield, Reagan Gabel, and Leah Kaldis
Faculty Sponsor: Mr. Lauer
Mission Statement: To teach others ways to improve their mental and physical health by sharing tips and tricks to live a peaceful lifestyle through acai bowls, candle making, aromatherapy, journaling, yoga, and more.
Student Representatives: Tasia Rushing, Constantine Matthews, Kyriaki Postolos, and Olivia Chapman
Faculty Sponsor: Dr. Papakonstaniou
Mission Statement: To celebrate the rich and long-lasting culture of the Greek community among the Greek (American) students, while welcoming those who are interested in it.
Student Representative: Sarah Yates
Faculty Sponsor: Dr. Papakonstantinou
Mission Statement: To challenge the brightest and most passionate math interested students and inspire them to participate in monthly Texas Math League Contests. Students participate in regional, national, and international competitions, as well as, engineering events around Houston.
Student Representatives: Morgan Herod and Caroline Nelson
Faculty Sponsor: Ms. Edmonds
Mission Statement: To eliminate the stigma surrounding mental health within the student athlete community and equalize the treatment of physical and mental health in athletics. We aim to expand the dialogue on mental health by normalizing conversations, empowering those who suffer in silence, and supporting those who feel alone.
EHS offers a variety of general and subject based honor societies for students to further explore their interests in academics and arts. Honor Societies at EHS are academically or arts based, each having application-based membership and selection process. For more information, please contact the faculty sponsor of the honor society.
- International Thespian Society #3779
- Mu Alpha Theta
- National Chinese Honor Society
- National Art Honor Society
- National English Honor Society
- National French Honor Society
- National Honor Society
- National Latin Honor Society
- Quill and Scroll
- Sociedad Honoraria Hispanica
- Tri-M Music Honor Society
Student Representative: Lydia Berckley
Faculty Sponsor: Mr. Brock
Mission Statement: I promise to uphold the aims and ideals of the International Thespian Society. I am a student of theatre and excellence is my ideal. I promise to perform my part as well as I can; to accept praise and criticism with grace; to cooperate with my fellow Thespians and work for the good of the troupe; and to share my love of theatre.
Student Representative: Alyssa Wall
Faculty Sponsor: Dr. Luu and Mrs. Ray
Mission Statement: To create enthusiasm for scholarship, to stimulate a desire to render service, to promote leadership, and to develop character.
Student Representative: Lily O'Gorman
Faculty Sponsor: Mr. Framel
Mission Statement: We encourage, support and recognize individual student initiative and achievement in scholastic journalism, regardless the medium.
Vision Statement: To recognize every student, through induction into the society, who meets the criteria established by the society.
Motto: Ye shall know the truth and the truth shall make ye free.
Student Representative: Lily O'Gorman
Faculty Sponsor: Mrs. Alcala and Ms. Berry
Mission Statement: To recognize achievement in Spanish and Portuguese and to promote an interest in Hispanic and Brazilian studies.
In order to remain a member in good standing, you must comply with the following requirements: Maintain good academic standing for the current school year, Attend all SHH monthly meetings, Be current in paying membership dues, and Participate in all SHH sponsored activities.
Student Representative: James Neeriermer
Faculty Sponsor: Mr. Ashby and Mr. Beam
Mission Statement: To open a world of opportunities for students who have shown themselves to be academically capable, musically gifted and who contribute to music at EHS. Through performance and community service, they will develop confidence, creativity, critical thinking, compassion, and a host of other leadership skills, equipping them to lead richer lives in service to others.
SOS exists to encourage and facilitate the EHS community in living significant lives through service to others. Our aim is to educate the EHS community about the needs present both within our community and in the broader Houston community, and to inspire students to develop a lifelong passion for service.
SOS serves with four charities throughout the year on a regular basis as well as serving at a number of special events.
Being a student council officer at EHS means creating community, school spirit, and camaraderie through service. It means being a leader that inspires others to become leaders themselves.
Student Body Secretary (Class of 2023)
I have learned that it is ok to reach and push myself to be greater. In Student Council I want to try an elevate my school and my community, and the only way that I can do that is by working as hard as possible for everyone around me.
Student Body President (Class of 2023)
The impact of [being in] a club on me has been new friends, new opportunities, ways to expand my comfort zone and to do things with a centralized focus on what I’m excited about.
Class President (Class of 2025)
Being involved in a club as allowed me to make friends easily and broaden my friend groups to a level I didn’t think would happen. It also widened my perspective of how many different hobbies one can have, and it also widened my hobby list.
Class Vice President (Class of 2025)