Jesuit High School has a wide variety of academic, heritage, service, and special interest clubs

For Every Interest

Students want more out of high school than classrooms, whiteboards, and report cards. So, a vital part of our campus life is our Clubs and Activities Programs. Our goal is that students acquire knowledge about themselves through working with others and in cooperation with students of different interests, backgrounds, and personalities. Jesuit offers many clubs to choose from, but if you don’t see the right one for you, we encourage you to start a new one!


Jesuit Car Show
Our Jesuit Car Club is Reviving this Fun, Historic Event

Once a day-long, very popular event, the Jesuit Car Show will return during October 4th’s Community Period. Cars are parked around the Harris Center – Senior Quad area. All cars were welcome in this Open Car Show if you are part of the Jesuit family—students, faculty, and alumni! Entry is free.

Bonus! Several car dealers are planning to be at this event

Register your car


Heritage Clubs

Asian Pacific Islander Club 

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Description: Asian Pacific Islander Club is a club to represent all students of Asian and Islander ethnicities

Black Student Union 

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Description: The Black Student Union’s focus is to build awareness, education, and a new level of consciousness around being Black in today’s society. We aim to teach others about black culture while engaging in activities focused around the Black experience.  In the past we have held retreats at Sac State, traveled abroad to Tanzania, went on a fishing trip, participated in the HBCU fair and attended Black career day.

French Club 

Faculty Moderator(s):

Description: French Club is open to all JHS students (even if you don’t study French).  We foster and promote the French language and francophone cultures.  We raise funds and awareness for our philanthropy, Partners in Health-Haiti. 

Jewish Student Union

Faculty Moderator(s):

Description: The Jewish Student Union is a club for Jewish students and anyone interested in learning about Jewish culture. The club focuses on holidays, food, music, and sports as well as service and fellowship.

Latinos Unidos 

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Description: The newly branded Latinos Unidos Club (formerly La Raza Club) promotes Latino culture and identity on the Jesuit High School campus and beyond through social and cultural events, fundraising opportunities, and involvement with other Latino communities.


Academic Teams/Clubs

California Scholarship Federation (CSF) 

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Description: For students academically talented and capable of being a man for others by tutoring students in need of some help.

Cybersecurity Team 

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Description: Cybersecurity Team consists of students who are interested in cybersecurity and want to use technology to secure the Internet and investigate digital forensics.


Service Clubs

Key Club

Faculty Moderator(s):

Description: Key Club is an international, student-led organization that provides its members with opportunities to provide service, build character and develop leadership. In partnership with their local Kiwanis club, high school students are making a positive impact as they serve others in their schools and communities.

Kino Teens Club 

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Special Interest Clubs

All Love Alliance 

Description: The All Love Alliance (ALA) will serve to promote an understanding and acceptance of each individual student at Jesuit High as a unique person created in the image of God, an acceptance which includes an open dialogue about being gay, bisexual, trans, or questioning at Jesuit. All students will benefit from membership in the ALA club. The Catechism of the Catholic Church reaffirms the Church’s call to treat members of the LGBTQIA+ community with respect, compassion, and sensitivity, which the ALA aims to advocate for at Jesuit.

Art of Being a Gentleman 

Description: We review the essential things that every aspiring young Gentleman should know.

Broadcast Club

Description: Audio and Video club that manages tech for school events

Business Investments Club

Description: Jesuit High School’s Business Investments Club promotes business and financial  awareness among students. Our activities evolve around improving business and financial knowledge through simulated stock investing.

Post Judi Brown

California Scholarship Federation

Moderator: Judi Brown


CSF Applications California Scholarship Federation (CSF) is an honors organization that recognizes students who have demonstrated outstanding academic achievement. Fall Semester applications for new and returning members are now available in the front office and in GP206. Membership has academic qualifications – see the application for details. A grade report must be submitted with the application. Applications are due on or before Friday, August 26 and may be submitted to the Front Office or GP206. Email any questions to Mrs. Brown at