Jesuit High School Sacramento continues to follow CDC, CDPH, and Sacramento County public health guidelines. As of July 30, 2021 masks must be worn when indoors by county mandate.
Jesuit also received an update on June 15, 2021, on face coverings in the school setting from Sacramento County and the California Department of Public Health.
To summarize, the following is in effect:
Parents and Friends,
The excitement for the start of the 2021-22 school year is growing, and our planning for the opening of school is nearly finalized. I am pleased to report that our staffing is fully complete. With several new faculty and support staff joining us next month, the physical campus is getting its final touches for our full return. The enhancements to our many programs are being finalized. As we have stated before, we are confident that Jesuit High School will emerge from the experience of the last 17 months stronger than before.
Dear Parents, Students, Faculty, and Staff:
We hope this finds all of you enjoying your summer! As today has been highly anticipated to hear details on how our state reopening will proceed, we want to provide you with a quick look at how this will affect schools. Here is a brief overview from our Safe Return Task Force:
Sacramento, CA – U.S. Secretary of Education Dr. Miguel Cardona announced this week that Jesuit High School of Sacramento senior Donovan Jasper is a 2021 U.S. Presidential Scholar.
SACRAMENTO, CA: Summer programming at Jesuit Sacramento is getting underway—registration is now open for high school classes – youth sports, special interest camps, and Academics Plus, the long-standing “Marauder experience” program for boys, opens later in February. While there are plenty of programs and camps that always makes Summer at Jesuit a great thing to add to your calendar, this year will bring some fresh, new camps both in-person on the 56-acre campus and also online.
It isn’t just these class offerings that are new; Summer at Jesuit also has a new director, Greg Harcos. Harcos is a Jesuit Sacramento alumnus, class of 1989, and brings an abundant, diverse experience in many areas from athletics to academics, leadership to motivation.
Learn more about the new Summer Director in this preview of an upcoming article from our winter edition of Jesuit Magazine…
Sacramento, CA – Jesuit High School Sacramento announced that Joseph ’89 and Abigail Baratta have pledged a $1 million gift to the school’s Tuition Assistance Endowment. This gift, the largest donation to the school’s current administration and one of the largest ever to the Tuition Assistance Endowment Fund, will provide direct student grants to help make a Jesuit education more accessible for more families in the Sacramento area.
There are many advantages of single-gender schools, both academically and spiritually. Schools for boys compose learning environments specifically for young men, and design classes structured for their unique learning style. Within the United States alone there are 31 single Jesuit high schools for boys with a goal to educate leaders who strive to build a better world.
Advanced Placement (or AP) classes are college level courses for high school students. The benefits of AP classes are integral to a student’s success in college. Students who take AP classes will be better prepared to tackle college-level curriculum and can earn credit for introductory college courses during high school. As a college preparatory institution, Jesuit High School of Sacramento encourages all students to take advanced placement courses.
Parents and Friends,
Jesuit High School Sacramento returned to in-person on-campus instruction on October 12, 2020.