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Follow the leader

Follow the leader

November 28, 2016

The power of Key Leader transforms students into tomorrow’s leaders.

No role models?

No role models?

October 26, 2016

Key Club members discuss how role models impact Generation Z.

Reason to cheer

Reason to cheer

October 3, 2016

The round-off back handspring that changed everything.

STEM 101

STEM 101

September 27, 2016

We keep hearing about STEM classes and careers being the next big thing—but why?

Know thy selfie

Know thy selfie

September 26, 2016

Is digital self-portraiture empowering or endangering? Harmless fun or hopelessly narcissistic? The answer depends on whom you ask. And, perhaps, who you are.

The Key to the Zs

The Key to the Zs

September 1, 2016

Watch out, world. We’re a generation of activists.

Love and basketball … and service

Love and basketball … and service

August 22, 2016

Naismith basketball player of the year scores service hours in Key Club.

Happy feet

Happy feet

August 17, 2016

Houston Key Clubbers step it up with a dance marathon to benefit Texas Children’s Hospital.

Follow the leader

Follow the leader

August 17, 2016

You don’t have to change the world overnight to call yourself a leader. It’s the little things that add up— volunteering at a soup kitchen, raking your neighbor’s leaves or even handing out lollipops.

Why Key Club?

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“I completely, absolutely believe that Key Club informs where I am today and everything I’ve done since. It helped me understand that I could actually do things that made a difference to a few people, a bunch of people, even a community.”
Yazmany Arboleda

Jennifer Aguilar SQ

“Key Club does an amazing job creating unique journeys for everyone. I know Key Club has something in store for me, because my journey is not over.”
Jeniffer Aguilar

Harold Ekah Square

“I want to be able to say I made a difference in my community and made a difference in my world, and that’s what Key Club really inspired me to do. If you see something wrong in your community, you have the power to change that.”
Harold Ekeh