Welcome to the the Alumni page…a new opportunity to connect alumni with one another and with your alma mater. Our hope is that this page, in conjunction with our entire online presence, overall communication efforts and alumni events, will help you stay engaged with Jesuit High School.
Within our Alumni corner of the web, we will be posting articles about our alums from outside news sources, details on upcoming events, the latest news on what’s happening on campus and much more. We’ll also provide plenty of information on our reunions and groups of photos from alumni events.
As this site continues to grow and develop, your feedback will allow us to upgrade our pages so that this site continues to be an effective and efficient tool for our alumni. Our goal is to provide you with the information and the opportunity that is most important to you. Please let us know how we can meet your needs and wishes within this new website.
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We know … we know—he was selected ahead of Dan Marino in the 1983 Draft. But the greatest quarterback in New York Jets history (not named Namath) had a rifle for an arm, oodles of confidence and a couple of Pro Bowl appearances. Plus, he’s got one helluva Herschel Walker story.
Courtesy of Lynn Peithman Stock, Silicon Valley Business Journal
Jesuit High School set the foundation forMatt Cain’s drive for success early on. The school’s mission for students to be “A Man for Others” challenged him to a lifelong learner and leader in service to others.
In 2009 cofounded Hathway, an agency with 2014 revenue of $6 million that helps brands develop mobile applications and campaigns. Agency has nearly 50 employees and offices in San Luis Obispo, CA, and Tokyo. Clients include Behr Paint, Applied Materials and Transamerica. Hathway ranked No. 601 on the 2014 Inc 5000 in recognition of 791% revenue growth over a three-year period. Dundon is a member of the Cal Poly Industrial Technology Advisory Board.
The grounds of Jesuit High School have changed dramatically over the past few years, with renovations and upgrades to all aspects of our facility. View this student video to see what’s next for our great campus.
Join us as we celebrate the 58th annual Loyola Guild tradition, Christmas Tree Lane, on Monday, December 1st and Tuesday, December 2nd. Come and enjoy our themed show, Joy to the World, and shop in our famous Lane for all of your holiday needs. Tickets are selling quickly so please act now!
Of all the images you might have of how a major league pitcher spends his November, this probably is not the first one that comes to mind: J.P. Howell squeezing himself into a kid-sized rocking chair, turning the pages of a colorful storybook, smiling before a room full of children he has never met.
HAYWARD, Calif. — The Pioneer men’s basketball coaching staff now features three former standout point guards. Head coach Gus Argenal has announced that Jay Flores has joined Cal State East Bay as an assistant coach for the 2013-14 season. Flores, who played collegiately for conference rival Chico State, was the California Collegiate Athletic Conference (CCAA) Most Valuable Player as a senior in 2011-12.
FORT SHAFTER, HAWAII — A four-star general took command of the Army in Asia and the Pacific for the first time in nearly four decades Tuesday as the military’s national security focus shifts to the region.
Gen. Vincent Brooks, 55, succeeded Lt. Gen. Francis Wiercinski, a three-star general who retired after leading U.S. Army Pacific for the past two years.
Throughout our history, Jesuit alumni have traditionally contributed to the Annual Fund at a 5% participation rate. Previously, we have leaned on our relative youth as an institution to justify our modest numbers. Today, we must turn the page on our organizational adolescence. It is time to ring in a new era and begin participating at a higher level.
“We are really excited to let you know about a great opportunity for our Jesuit community. The Jesuit Gridiron Club is a group of alums, parents and friends who want to support Jesuit High School Sacramento and, in particular, Jesuit Football. We will get together at games, tailgate at the Holy Bowl, and support the team in a variety of different ways. For those of us who took a lot from our experience with J-High football, and for those who continue to support the team from the bleachers, this is a great way to get involved.
Please keep the family and friends of Tom Donato, former Jesuit Spanish teacher, football and baseball coach, and Summer School teacher, in your prayers as they mourn the death of Tom. Tom is survived by his wife, Terri, and his son, Allen ‘02. Tom was a valued member of the Jesuit High School community for over 35 years and touched the lives of many students during his tenure.
SAN FRANCISCO — Acting Army Chief of Engineers Maj. Gen. Merdith “Bo” Temple promoted South Pacific Division Commander Col. Michael C. Wehr to the rank of Brigadier General, March 15, 2012 in a ceremony at the San Francisco War Memorial Veterans Building.
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Jesuit has begun the year with three victories in the book against Nor Cal # 18 Dublin, perennial Sacramento area power Franklin of Elk Grove, and Bishop Manogue of Nevada. This year’s version of the Jesuit Marauders basketball Varsity Team is hoping to accomplish big things with such a strong core returning and many new additions from last year’s lower levels. Returning Seniors starters include All City Second team Parker Uu, as well as all league Brian Glodowski, Bryce Pressley, and four year starting point guard Akachi Okugo.
This is right around the time of the year when Dudley Adair’s side business starts to get busy.
The Carmichael native and his wife, who moved from Carmichael to Lincoln about four years ago, are weight loss coaches with Take Shape for Life, a company whose “coaches” sell meal replacements and provide weight loss plans and advice.
“We talk to people starting now with the holiday season upon us,” Adair said. “People seem more willing to listen at this time of the year than any other.”
Just as our academic success hinges upon the diligence of our students and teachers, so too, our students and teachers depend upon the alliance of alumni, parents – current & past, and friends who continue to support the school and our mission with their generosity.
To meet our needs, we invite all of our supporters to consider a gift to the Jesuit Annual Fund.
The current fiscal year runs from July 1, 2011 until June 30, 2012. Please consider making a gift to the Jesuit Annual Fund this year. Every gift ~ no matter what size ~ makes a difference in the lives of our students every day.
On a beautiful, sunny Sunday morning, Kyle Lackner and Katherine Abdolhosseini ran to victory at the 11th annual Lake Natoma Four Bridges Half Marathon in Folsom.
Lackner, a 21-year-old Folsom resident, who graduated from Jesuit High in 2008 and currently runs cross country at Sac State, finished the 13.1-mile race before anyone else in 1 hour, 17 minutes and 33 seconds.
“It’s a good course and it’s good to win, but I’m not really pleased with my time,” Lackner said. “I was hoping to run under 1:10.”
The Alumni Office of Jesuit High School is seeking young alums in the Sacramento area to work as Alumni Relations & Development interns for a 2, 5 or 7 month period. Please take a moment to look over the position’s description, requirements and benefits laid out below.
Ken O’Brien wasn’t just on the Carson Palmer bandwagon – he was steering it.
O’Brien, the former Jesuit High School [class of 1978] and UC Davis quarterback who had two Pro Bowl seasons with the New York Jets, worked out Palmer in recent months to keep the “retired” quarterback’s joints from rusting.
After learning of Palmer’s acquisition by the Raiders, O’Brien beamed and said he backed Raiders coach Hue Jackson’s claim that Oakland had pulled off “the greatest trade in football.”
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Who knew you could toss spinach into a fruit smoothie and have no one be the wiser?
Eric Olsen, for one. Olsen, vice president of finance and risk at Ray Stone Inc., volunteered himself and the company’s management team to take turns riding a stationary bike outfitted with a blender to produce smoothies for winners of a company fitness contest.
The smoothies were based on a recipe supplied by Partnership for a Healthy California, which also supplied the bicycle.
But as the inspiring story unfolded over the recent college football season, fans from all over the nation came to the Capital One Mascot Challenge in support of the University of Nevada-Reno furry fellow.
Wolfie — who in real life is Davis product Ian Holmes — went from roof-kill in the dugout of the Reno Aces to king of the hill.