Admissions

Overview

Admissions

Thank you for your interest in Jesuit High School, Sacramento! 

Hey, future Marauders— it is time to apply! And we welcome all middle school students to check us out and get to know us too. Many of our events are open to 5th, 6th, 7th and 8th graders.

Step 1 — Get to Know Us!

  • Register below on the “Inquiry Form” to be the first to know of events, videos, and information. Check out these videos of recent events including our reimagined Open House: Future Marauder Weekend
  • Continue the exploration with Info Nights coming up and recordings of great topics already held.
  • Help us keep in touch, fill out an Inquiry Form

    Inquiry Form

    The unique circumstances brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic have made us rethink our traditional admissions events this year. Filling out an inquiry form is the best way to stay informed about Admissions programming and event changes. We look forward to providing you with great opportunities to learn more about Jesuit High School!  

  • Consider signing up for one of our Summer Programs. Summer camps let you hang out on the campus and meet current students working as counselors, coaches and teachers. 
  • Also, don’t forget to check the calendar for other events such as Athletic special events, student club workshops, and more! 

Step 2 — Apply

Online Admissions System

  • If you are interested in our school as an incoming Freshmen or transfer check out our Admissions Process
  • If you are interested in learning about or applying for financial help to pay tuition, check out our Tuition Assistance program. 

Step 3 — Video Interview & Writing Sample (Essay)

  • Your application isn’t complete until you have
    • Created and submitted your video interview
    • Written and submitted your writing sample/essay
Overview

Get to Know Us

What is it like to be a Marauder? Watch videos to answer questions on everything from how to apply to more about the Jesuit experience (from both current students and alumni!) 

Overview

Jesuit’s Tuition Assistance Program
Everything You Need to Know about Financial Aid

Jesuit’s Tuition Assistance Program

Tuition assistance is available to students with a demonstrated financial need and has no bearing on admission. We base tuition aid awards on need, not on merit. We do not offer academic or athletic scholarships. Through the generosity of our benefactors, we have an established scholarship endowment fund which provides tuition assistance in the form of direct family grants. Jesuit’s tuition assistance program is an annual program and families must reapply each year. Please note that tuition assistance is restricted to tuition charges only and cannot be applied to fees or other costs.

Overview

Placement Tests
HSPT and Challenge Exams

The High School Placement Test (HSPT) is a standardized test used by all Catholic Schools. Historically this has been one of the first steps for the applicant. However, for the 2021 Admissions Season, the HSPT will now take place after acceptance as a tool to assist with course placement rather than as part of the admissions process.

2021 HSPT will be in-person on the Jesuit Sacramento campus. Students will choose one test session.

Overview

Open House, re-imagined for 2020
#FutureMarauder Weekend was a blast!

Open House, re-imagined for 2020

A whole weekend of fun events to help you learn more about Jesuit’s school culture, academics, and athletics.

Events

ON-CAMPUS – Take a Journey Through Jesuit,  Saturday, Oct 17

Immerse yourself from the safety of your car and see all that Jesuit Sacramento has to offer: amazing athletics, outstanding academics, clubs for every passion, music, art, faith & service, and friendships. There were prizes, games, and a glimpse into our school culture.

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Contact Admissions
Let’s Connect #FutureMarauder!

Fill out our inquiry form to receive the latest information from Jesuit Admissions, notifications of upcoming Jesuit events and so much more! Learn why Jesuit High School continues to be an excellent choice for educating young men in the greater Sacramento area. 

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