The Community Period is intended to provide dedicated but flexible time for programming that will help us rebuild strong community and relationships (e.g. office hours, peer tutoring, club meetings, student-led activities, athletic team meetings, quiet study/homework time in Library, and other programming).
Black Student Union Meeting (KL101)
The BSU is a student-based organization focused on the cultural, social, and academic needs of students from African descent attending Jesuit. We welcome all to come listen and learn.
Entrepreneurs Club (GR205)
This club interest meeting is for all new and returning members. All are welcome!
Peer Tutoring (GP206)
Each Tuesday there is peer tutoring available in all subject areas sponsored by our very own highly skilled CSF tutors.
Ping Pong Tournament (Outside Gym near Senior Quad)
All students are welcome to sign up for the tournament taking place throughout the month of February. Sign-ups are required for the PING PONG TOURNAMENT and the first games are on Feb. 1.
Dive Meeting (Pool Amphitheater) – NOW DURING LUNCH
This informational meeting has been moved to lunch hour.
FBI Presentation – Online Safety & Responsibility (Gym)
This is a mandatory Community period for Juniors and Seniors. This FBI special agent-led presentation will help students consider their online actions and digital footprint, and assist them in making better decisions on social media platforms. Students will report to Homeroom at the start of Community Period for attendance before going to the gym. The FBI special agent giving the talk will return to campus to give an evening parent presentation later in the quarter. He has been a Special Agent with the Federal Bureau of Investigation for over 16 years. After investigating White Collar Crime in the Los Angeles Division, he transferred to Sacramento where he has investigated Violent Crimes Against Children cases for over 10 years. Our Special Agent guest speaker has gained valuable information about online safety through these investigations which he passes on to the public through presentations at schools and other public events.
All calendared school events and activities, along with the daily bell schedule
Please refer frequently to the online calendar on the Jesuit High School website for the most up-to-date information on upcoming events and the daily bell schedule.
Online calendar: View Full Calendar
School Schedule FAQ
Frequently asked questions about the new schedule, Collaboration, Community and Flex periods
About the Schedule
Why is there a new schedule this year?
During the 2019-2020 school year, Jesuit was already undergoing a bell schedule review process, as is healthy practice for a school to do every 5-10 years. Like so many other things, this process was interrupted by the school’s shift to Distance Learning in spring of 2020. During the pandemic, we have had to shift and rethink our schedule numerous times.
This quick “at-a-glance” calendar includes major school holidays and traditions that our school year is built around. Our more detailed calendar will publish on our website later this summer. As we move forward together we want you to have these important dates for your planning.