Welcome Division 9 Key Clubbers!
Key Club International is a service organization sponsored by Kiwanis International.  KEY stands for Kiwanis Educating Youth.  Key Club is one of the many service organizations sponsored by Kiwanis International.  K-Family incorporates K-Kids, Builders Club, Key Club, Circle K, Kiwanis, Kiwanis Jr., and Aktion Club.  People of all ages can become involved in any K-Family organization and learn the values of service.
Members in Key Club International emphasize on building their home, school, and community.  Another emphasis for Key Club International is children.  Key Clubbers focus on being role models and improving the lives of children.
Key Club International is unique from the standpoint that it is a student led organization.  Key Club International is then further subdivided into districts, regions, and divisions.  Division 9 is one of many divisions that comprises District Texas-Oklahoma.
I pledge on my honor to uphold the objects of Key Club International, to build my home, school, and community; to serve my nation and God, and to combat all forces which tend to undermine these institutions.
"Caring...Our Way of Life."
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This site is managed and maitained by Katie Kuhns, 2003-2004 Lt. Governor.
                                 Division 9 is Splitting

Due to the size and the fact that our mighty division is growing, the district has decided to split the division.  As of the 2004-2005 Key Club year, Division 9 will officially be split into Division 9 East and Division 9 West.  The Bryan/College Station area clubs A&M Consolidated, Bryan, and St. Joseph Catholic will be Division 9 West.  The clubs that will comprise Division 9 East are Caney Creek, Concordia Lutheran, Conroe, Covenant Christian, Huntsville, Klein Collins, Lifestyle, Montgomery, Oak Ridge, The Woodlands, and Oak Ridge.  Next year, Division 9 East will respectively gain two more clubs.  The Sam Houston State University Circle-K International is chartering a Key Club at New Waverly High School, and a group of home-schooled students from the Conroe area will be chartering a club too.