College Guidance


College Guidance

Counselors guide students through the college admissions process beginning freshman year and walk alongside them until they graduate senior year. Counselors work with students to build their knowledge of the college search, finding their fit, how to create the college list, planning for testing, financial aid and scholarships. Future planning is individualized to meet the needs of a student where he is and achieve his goals. The Sacramento Private and Parochial Schools College Fair, Jesuit Excellence Tour, College Information Night, and Paying for College Financial Aid events are hosted each fall. In addition, over 100 college admission representatives visit campus each fall to meet with interested students from all grade levels.

Parent/guardian access point to helpful information shared through your student’s Counseling & College Planning Google Classroom. This includes Enrichment programs, dates that college representatives will be on campus, scholarship links, and more.


AP & College Info Night Webinar Recording

AP & College Info Night Webinar Recording

Did you miss the webinar for sophomore and junior parent/guardians? Recordings and slides are now available for a limited time.

Recorded on Jan 9, 2023. Reviewed the college application process from beginning to end along with the individualized college counseling program provided by Jesuit High School. Topics covered include college search, Naviance Student tools and data, college testing, an explanation of the various application types and platforms, paying for college, and more. 


Quick College Admissions Stats

College Placements and Scholarships

  • 99%  of Jesuit students attend college, university, or military academy
  • $69.1 million in scholarships offered to Jesuit High School graduates since 2013

ACT Score

  • 25.8 Jesuit Average
  • 22.8 CA Average
  • 21.0 National Average

SAT Score

  • 1240 Jesuit Average
  • 1055 CA Average
  • 1060 National Average

Jesuit High School Standardized Testing Accommodations Submission Policy (PSAT/SAT/ACT)

Getting ready for SAT/ACT accommodations

Any student needing college admissions testing accommodations needs full educational testing to prove the need for the accommodations. This educational testing includes both cognitive and achievement assessments. An example of a common accommodation is extended-time testing. Additionally, students need to be using the accommodations regularly in school and they need to have an Academic Support Plan in place through the Academic Support Center.