Hildebrandt Clubs


Want to join a club? Don't know where to start?

This flyer will give you highlights of all of the amazing clubs that Hildebrandt has to offer! You will find meeting dates, times, locations and how to sign up.

Mustangs for Christ

Mustangs for Christ is a Christian club at Hildebrandt open to all grade levels. We'd love to have you join us! Interested students should have an interest in developing their Christian faith and growing to understand the word of God from the Bible, and an interest in developing a closer relationship with God through prayer. All meetings for Mustangs for Christ will take place in the library at 8:10! The meeting dates:

September 14 & 28

October 12 & 26

November 9 & 30

December 7

January 11 & 25

February 8 & 22

March 8 & 22

April 12 & 26

May 10 & 24

Art/Animation and Chess Club

This club will take place during LEAD classes in room 104. We will learn about art, animation and how compete in chess. If you are interested, see the sign up sheet outside room 104. Sponsor: Mr. Tucker

Photography and Yearbook Club

Students will learn about photography; its History, Innovations and Artists. Students will learn techniques on how to take photographs and will apply the knowledge by taking pictures for the Hildebrandt Yearbook.

Students will meet during 3rd period Lead in room 102. Signup for photography club in room 102. Sponsor: Ms. Bowles

Academic Penthathlon

Academic Pentathlon is an academic competition in which 7th and 8th graders compete in Math, Science, and Social Studies. Seventh and Eighth grade students match their intellect with students from other schools. Nine-member teams are comprised of: 3 Honors (A students); 3 Scholastic (B students); and 3 Varsity (C students). They round out the five events with an essay over a current novel and a Super Quiz competition on a topic chosen each year by the state committee. Students can win individual awards in each event as well as team events.

Pentathlon progresses into Octathlon and Decathlon in high school and can lead to wonderful scholarship opportunities for Klein ISD students.

This Year's Topic:

The 1960s

We will meet at 4:15 pm-5:15 pm in room 411 every Wednesday starting Sept 26, 2018. Our interest meeting will be Sept 26, 2018 if students want to get more information.

Sponsors: Ms. Abdelhamed, Ms. Blain and Coach Stewart

Coding Club

The Coding Club is a great way to learn about programming with your friends! The club’s goal is to teach students to code and program using a variety of interactive student-friendly interfaces using the Chromebooks. From absolute beginners to advance levels, students will collaborate and discover how to play and create their own programs. Students will attend a district Coding Expo in April where they will display their programs and compete in coding challenges. Space is limited and meetings will be held on Monday’s after school in the library until 5pm starting October 1st.

Coding Coaches are Ms. Redmon and Ms. Wuensche.

Mustang Robotics

Mustangs Robotics participates in the First Tech Challenge program. Students develop STEM skills and practice engineering principles (such as keeping an engineering notebook). Team members are expected to attend all club meetings Thursday’s afterschool, a regional training at San Jacinto Jr. College and 4 team qualifying competitions at Klein Intermediate. Teams that advance will complete in semi-finals and beyond. The competition team is limited to 10-15 7th and 8th graders. The team is formed early in the year, and limited spaces remain.

Coach: Ms. Redmon

Film Club

Film Club is an opportunity for students to explore all aspects of movie making and video production. Students participate in script writing, staging, creating special effects, filming and editing a variety of projects decided on by the club members. The club is for all students. We meet Tuesday mornings at 8:15 a.m. in 244 and during LEAD for students available for optional activities. Sign up in 244 or at the meeting.

Sponsors: Ms. Galloway and Ms. Ingram

Student Council

Student Council is a student leadership organization. Student Council is open to all students at Hildebrandt. The organization will run events like red ribbon week, faculty breakfasts, and we plan dress up days and other spirit activities. Student council also participates in community fundraisers, such as Relay for Life through the American Cancer Society. The goal of our organization is to build student leaders and get students involved in activities at their school and community. We will meet in Room 219 (more information to come on dates!)

Sponsor: Coach Jones

Name That Book Club

Do you like to Read?

Do you like to Compete?

Do you like a Challenge?

Then we have a club for you…. please consider joining the Name That Book Club that will meet in the HILDE Library on Wednesday mornings from 8:15 AM – 9:00 AM and also during LEAD. Students will read from a list of 25 books and discuss them with other students and teachers. Our first kick off meeting will be held in the Hildebrandt Library the month of October. More information to come!

Makerspace Monday

Create… Innovate… Unwind… at MakerSpace Mondays! A variety of technological equipment and arts & crafts supplies are available for use! Come create with us on Mondays at 8:20 AM in the HILDE Library.

Step Club

Want to learn what step team is all about? In this club, we will learn step routines and techniques and learn about etiquette, compassion, professionalism, in an open setting through encouraging dialogue, using open, upbuilding communication. We will also focus

on how to be mutually respectful in the treatment of one another while participating in a stepping/dancing fun-filled environment. The step club will be in 3rd period Lead class. Sign up in Room 308.

Sponsor: Ms. Lewis and Ms. Rivers

Culture 4 Caring

Culture for caring is a student led group that strives to be more inclusive on our campus and in our community. This club will strive to work together with students to create a culture for caring for one student, one friend, one school one community at a time by honoring originality, unity, kindness, culture and equality so that EVERY student feels that they are a part of OUR caring community. We will work on fostering an environment on campus that showcases #purposefulkindness. Meetings will start in October and will meet after school in Room 204. More information to follow!

Sponsors: Mr. Alexander & Mr. Rothfeld

National Junior Honor Society

To be eligible for membership in NJHS, a student must demonstrate outstanding scholarship, character, citizenship, leadership and service. First semester grades must average at least a 90. Conduct grades should always be an"E" or an "S" in all classes. Only one "P" is allowed. Students with conduct grades of "U" will not be eligible. Students who wish to be considered for membership in NJHS must turn in the required Student Information Form in the spring after notification of eligibility. This form along with teacher ratings are used by the Faculty Council to determine if the student will be invited to be inducted. This organization is open to grades 7 and 8 only who are enrolled from the first day of school who meet the grade and conduct requirements. The sponsors will notify students in the Spring Semester if they are eligible. Members operate the school store and serve as needed throughout the school year. Members are required to attended meetings and obtain service hours. See Ms. Wuensche for details.

Soccer Club

Want to join us for some fun to play soccer after school? We will meet every other week on Thursdays until 5:30 starting 9/20. More information to come soon. See Ms. Clark for more info!

Sponsor: Ms. Clark

Speech and Drama Team

Speech and Drama Team is a competitive performance team that attends Speech tournaments at area high schools. Any Hildebrandt student may join the team. We meet on Monday’s, Tuesday’s or Wednesday’s from 4:10 to 5:15 pm in rooms 304 and 305. This is a Fall Semester activity only. For more information see Mrs. White or Mr. Holley in 304 or 305.

Playwriting Club

Playwriting Club is for any student interested in creating short plays that could written during a 3 week Mustang Lead class. We will concentrate on creating plays that could be taken over and presented at our feeder elementary schools. If you are interested see Mrs. White in room 304 to sign up. This will not start until November.

Sponsor: Ms. White

Broadway Musical Fan Club

Broadway Musical Fan Club is for any Hildebrandt student interested in learning about, listening to, and watching Broadway Musicals. We will learn about the history of Broadway, listen to songs from different musicals, and watch scenes from those shows as we search to find some of our favorites.

Sponsor: Ms. White

Reading and Writing Club

Love to read anything – poems, mystery, nonfiction, dystopian fantasy? How about writing – short stories, chapter books, letters, persuasive writing? Then you want to join the Hilde Reading and Writing Club! We meet every other Monday from 4:05 – 5:00 p.m. Please see your ELA teacher for more details.

Destination Imagination

DI is a team based competition that teaches STEM principles through the completion of creative problem solving challenges. There are teams of seven students who meet usually twice a week to work toward a solution of a team challenge as well as practice creative instant challenges. Tryouts will be held within the next two week after school. Informational flyers will be posted around the school as well as announcements made with tryout details. Each team decides the day and times of weekly practice depending on the availability of the coach and the majority of the team. The culminating tournament is usually held on the last Saturday in February.

Coaches: Ms. Ingram, Ms. Lewis, Ms. Machado