Jesuit High School offers studio art classes to its students, emphasizing exploration, growth and self expression. An annual exhibition showcases artworks by talented students who draw and paint using various mediums including charcoal, oil and pastels. A number of Jesuit students have exhibited their works locally, while others have received prizes from art competitions.
Initially, Choir was just another class that I could earn an easy A. During my Freshman year, I stood in the back and just participated. I think the real turning point in my involvement in Jesuit’s Choir was my Sophomore year, when I decided to take on a solo in Concert Choir’s Spring concert. My main concern was my nerves, specifically stage fright. I was never someone who wanted to stand out because I feared failure and thought would feel completely embarrassed.