Branding Tools and Services


Branding Tools and Services
Jesuit Marketing and Communications

Jesuit Marketing and Communications seeks: to increase awareness, connectivity, and engagement; to inspire pride and loyalty; to tell meaningful and memorable stories; to maximize visibility and relationships; to communicate with clarity and integrity, and to shape strategies that amplify Jesuit’s strengths and elevate its reputation.

Below are just a few of the tools to assist our faculty, staff, students, and alumni as well as intake portals to request services from our department.

Helpful tools/guidance for


All designs must be approved by the Jesuit Marketing and Communications (JHS MarCom) department before producing any new item, including shirts, uniforms, and items for sale such as bags or hats. Please use Creative Request form or the Use Permission form. You should not design or work directly with any group representing Jesuit unless given permission to do so. MarCom will provide print-ready files (such as eps) as well as basic guidance on use.

Club / Teams

We are here for you! Please talk to us about creating shirts, posters, tickets and more! Remember, you must have approval to open a new social media account! The process is easy — send in a Creative Request or have your coach/moderator reach out to a member of the MarCom staff to start. 

Parents, Alumni and Other Organizations

Want to create a cake for your grad? Need a logo for an alumni social? Adding our logo on an event banner? We’ll make sure you have the right logo for the job! Please use the Creative Request form or the Use Permission form and let us know a bit more about your project so we can assist you.


Visual Identity and Branding Guide
Please contact Jesuit Marketing for current brand assets

This resource serves as a tool for not only presenting but also protecting the Jesuit Sacramento identity, as well as keeping it consistent across all of its various applications. From signs to letterhead, from apparel to collateral, this guide will help to uphold the image of the school as expressed in the centuries-old tradition of Jesuit education: the promotion of justice, pursuit of truth, dedication to service and the commitment to ethics and the common good.