Starfleet-Houses » Spock: It is hard to imagine a Vulcan character placing outside of Ravenclaw due to their emphasis on logic and knowledge. Indeed, Spock is a little more emotional than most Vulcans due to his being half-human; this makes him an eccentric among Vulcans and humans alike. Sharp wit, the intelligence of a computer, and a certain degree of unusualness places Spock in Ravenclaw House.
Starfleet-Houses » Captain Benjamin Sisko: Sisko is an unusual Captain in many ways - he is the only one to command a fixed space station, to have a close family near him, and to be portrayed in the thick of wat for the majority of the Deep Space Nine series. Sisko is a clever strategist and philosopher; he weighs his decisions carefully, especially the potentially dangerous ones - and never breaks a rule without first careful consideration. He enjoys casual relaxation and meditation in addition to being a family man who strives to educate his son best as possible. It is Sisko’s ability to make fast strategic decisions and carefully weigh consequences as well as wisely choose friends that places him in Ravenclaw House.
Hmmmm, I would have first thought Gryffindor, but this actually does make sense…
Starfleet-Houses » Seven of Nine: A former Borg learning to be human again, Seven of Nine is inquisitve, enjoys learning, is a perfectionist, extremely intelligent, and explores the human life that she was robbed of early on. She enjoys exploring her social life and attempting to make more profound bonds, though she is deeply logical and appears to be distant to most. She is sorted into Ravenclaw House.