Get Connected

Get Connected

Kylie Pavlovsky, Editor in Chief

  • Groups to join at Steele:

  1. Key Club – Students sign-up and engage in various forms of community service

  2. HOSA – Students learn the necessary skills to succeed in the healthcare field

  3. FCCLA – Teaches students life-long skills through Family and Consumer Sciences

  4. DECA- Prepares emerging leaders and entrepreneurs for marketing and finance, hospitality and management

  5. K-POP Club – Split into both a dance team and a club, the members of the KPOP club engage in Korean music culture

  6. Fellowship of Christian Athletes – FCA – Christian athletes can gather for Bible study

  7. S2S – Helps military kids get situated when they move in and helps them transition

    when they leave

  8. Art Club – At the Art Club, creativity is endless! There’s painting, coloring, and more!

  9. Community Gardening Club – Explore and share knowledge of landscaping, environmental management, community gardening, and the fun of playing in the dirt

  10. E-Sports – Engage in electronic gaming

  11. STUCO – Student Council, the members plan student events and activities

  12. Steele Thespians Club – Engage in acting and have competitions and tech opportunities!

  13. FFA – Students learn leadership and other skills through agricultural education

  14. The Culinary Club – If you’re in the class then you are automatically in the club, they do competitions and learn new ways to cook and sometimes have chefs come in and teach the class

  15. Robotics Club- shows kids how a robot is made and what it does to help humans and the things that help compose the robot together

  16. Film Club – Students write and direct their own original films

  17. Foreign Language Culture Club – Combines all the foreign languages on campus into one club that promotes cultural diversity.

  18. Architecture and Engineering Club – Focuses on hands-on competitions (Architectural & Technical drafting), Job exhibits, Engineering Technology, and Search & Rescue

  19. Tap Club – Students of all skill levels learn and practice different styles of tap

  20. Chess Club- Chess club is where students get to learn how to play and great ways to beat your component

  21. ASL Club – Enables students to learn sign language

  22. Tabletop Club – Dungeon and Dragons with friends

  23. Between The Lines Student Book Club – Students read and talk about books

  24. Photography Club – Learn and practice photography skills

  25. Mariachi Club – Students learn and participate in mariachi music

  26. Girls Only Bible Study – Girls gather for Bible study and Christian fellowship

  27. Bowling Club – No experience needed- Learn to bowl

  28. Identity Clarity – Club for students to celebrate diversity

  29. Gay-Straight Alliance – Promotes acceptance regardless of sexual orientation

  30. Floral Club – Works with fresh flowers to prepare arrangements for different school events

  31. National Honor Society – Nationally recognized honors organization and those who have been selected for the membership  has it on their diploma and transcripts

  32. Air Force Junior ROTC – A student citizenship development program focused on building character, academics, career and life skills, and a sense of community service

  33. Knightly News Broadcast – Students film, edit and produce weekly entertaining broadcasts to the students

  34. Yearbook/ Newspaper – The opportunity to attend campus events for free, take photos, conduct interviews, write stories and producing media for the students to view

  35. Cheer – Tryouts are in the spring, and those who make the squad cheer at games and perform stunts

  36. Steele Color-guard –  Competitive performing art combining equipment and body movement

  37. SkillsUSA Law Enforcement – Open to Law Enforcement Students: past and present

  38. Model United Nations (MUNSA) – As a simulation of the United Nations, MUNSA strives to offer a forum in which academic, leadership, and interpersonal skills are combined to foster student discussion of our world’s most pertinent issues

  39. Young Democrats of America – YDA is the official youth arm of the Democratic Party of the United States

  40. Young Americans for Freedom – At Steele YAF, we strive to promote conservative and libertarian beliefs throughout our school

  41. Gifted and Talented – Enrichment for students who have been identified as gifted

  42. Medallions and Knightlites – Promote and encourage team spirit to the school through dance

  43. Girls Who Code – Girls Who Code is on a mission to close the gender gap in technology and to change the image of what a programmer looks like and does

  44. Living Second – Living Second is a non-denominational student-led group that focuses on connecting other student believers, helping them find a deeper understanding of their faith, and creating a greater bond between them and their God

  45. Bible Study Club –  The Bible Study Club allows Christian students to learn principles from the Bible and teach them how to implement them into their daily lives

  46. Catholic Students Association – A community of Catholic students interested in cultivating our Catholic faith and glorifying God

  47. Asian American Pacific Islander Culture Club – A diverse community that explores and shares cultures from countries in Asia

  48. Excalibur Multicultural club – The Steele Knights Hip Hop and Step Team

UIL Academics – There are 24 clubs to choose from to compete academically at local events