A hallmark of a Jesuit High School education is the creation and support of co-curricular programs that extend learning beyond the classroom. Athletic and artistic expression encourages the formation of well-rounded young men who desire to “find God in all things.”
These teams, clubs and organizations create opportunities for our students to develop their talent and abilities so that they may better integrate what they learn in the classroom with what they experience as teammates and friends.
The renovation of the Jesuit Stadium and Loyola Field will include an all-weather field surface, an all-weather, nine-lane track, as well as track and field venues, which meet California Interscholastic Federation standards for sanctioned competition and safety.
The new installation will widen the current field footprint to create a regulation field suitable for soccer, lacrosse and rugby and the creation of a new, all-weather surface for practice and play by Freshman teams as well as the Junior Marauders.
Libraries today play a critical role in the ecology of teaching and learning.They connect people with important information and bring students together through research and study.While the success of a library was once judged by the size of its book collection, technology today is transforming libraries into laboratories for learning and expanding the capacity for innovation.Electronic databases can easily be accessed through handheld and digital technology and connect students to cutting edge research from around the world.
The gift of an endowed scholarship provides Jesuit High School with a permanent asset from which students can receive support. For 50 years, Jesuit High School has shaped our Sacramento community by educating “Men for Others.” We want to ensure that every family who desires a Jesuit education for their son can afford to send their son to Jesuit High School.