I was born and raised in Montana and entered the Jesuits in 2004 after finishing my B.A. In History. I was a novice in Portland, OR and took first vows in 2006. Then I was sent to the University of Toronto to study philosophy and I also earned a M.S.ed at Canisius College is Buffalo, NY. Next, in 2009, I was sent to Bellarmine Prep. in Tacoma, WA where I taught history and coached golf. In 2012 I was approved for theology and went to Boston College where earned degrees in theology and educational administration.
An East Sacramento native, Earl Andrews graduated in 1980 from the University of Chicago with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Public Affairs (Economics, Political Science, and Sociology). His undergraduate thesis, “Lending Policies of Banking Institutions in Illinois Toward Solar and Renewable Energy Homes,” initiated his first career in marketing planning and research in the energy and communication utility industries.
Originally from Ohio, he relocated to Sacramento with his wife Jennifer and became a part of the Jesuit family in August of 2000. He graduated from Plano Senior High School in Plano, Texas in 1988. He then went on to the University of Notre Dame where he earned his bachelor’s degree in American Studies in 1993. As a scholarship athlete, Mr. Hall was a member of the last National Championship team at Notre Dame. After a very successful career at Notre Dame, Mr. Hall joined the Green Bay Packers as a free agent for the 1993 pre-season.
A Sacramento native, Rod graduated from Hiram Johnson High School in 1984, and graduated from the University of California, Berkeley in 1989. While at Cal, Rod was a three time All-American in the high hurdles. Rod competed professionally in track and field from 1989-1997, going to the U.S. Olympic Trials in 1988, 1992, and 1996. Rod began teaching and coaching in 1997 working at Sheldon High School (Elk Grove) and St, Mary’s High School (Berkeley) before coming to Jesuit in 2002. Rod currently teaches U.S. History and Global Studies.
Born in Cleveland, Ohio, Tom graduated from Jesuit Prep, Dallas, and Loyola University, Los Angeles. After completing a credential the following year, he accepted a position at St. Paul’s High School in Whittier. Between 1976-81 he juggled a variety of duties, teaching Social Studies, moderating Student Activities and finished the stint as Boy’s Dean of Discipline and head golf coach.
Paul Rose began teaching at Jesuit in the fall of 1979. He has taught every social science class at Jesuit over the years. Currently, Paul teaches Advanced Placement United States History (Junior year class) and Psychology (a Social Science elective). Paul Rose over the past five years has traveled extensively across the United States to many historical sites including Gettysburg, Independence Hall, Yorktown, and Williamsburg to name a few.
Michael Solander is a graduate of Jesuit High School, class of 1992. This is his 13th year back at Jesuit and is enjoying teaching in the classroom and on the pool deck. Michael teaches freshman Global Studies and junior United States History. Along with his teaching, Michael is also the head coach of Jesuit Swimming. Over the past 13 years, the Marauders have won 5 CIF section titles in the pool and will be gunning for their 21st overall section championships this season.