Dances, Rallies and Spirit Weeks

Event Barry Gym

Spring Frosh/Soph Open Dance
Please drop off near Gym


*Purchase details to come

Current Freshmen and Sophomores from Jesuit, St. Francis, Christian Brothers, and Cristo Rey are welcome to attend with a ticket. You must bring your current student ID to enter. 

Students must use their official school email to purchase tickets. 

TIP: Print out your confirmation email with your QR code or add your ticket to your Apple wallet. Wifi can be slow with so many students trying to access it. Have your student ID out and ready for check-in.

Event Barry Gym

Mother Son Dance “Mom Prom: Twinkle in Time”
Tickets on sale now!

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Join the Loyola Guild for a memorable night!

All mothers or mother figures are invited to join their sons in a “Mom Prom: Twinkle in Time” night of fun!

Come dressed in your twinkly best (formal attire) for a night of dancing and fun with your son.  There will be light snacks and desserts for all, and a no-host bar for the moms only. 

“Mom” can be any mother figure—a grandmother, aunt, or dear friend. 


Junior Prom
Dress Attire Required

Join your fellow juniors on April 27, 2024, 7:00 – 10:30 pm for prom

This event is for Jesuit Sacramento juniors. Students may come as individuals or bring one guest. Only Jesuit students may purchase tickets.  Your ticket includes dinner, which will be served at 7:30 PM. All dates (if they attend a school other than St. Francis, Christian Brothers, or Cristo Rey) must have a Guest Pass.  Junior Prom Guest Pass

Del Paso Country Club
3333 Marconi Avenue
Sacramento, CA 95821


Jesuit High School hosts three rallies each school year. All three are dedicated towards building community and school pride. The Executive Council is in charge of planning rallies.

As with all Jesuit High School events, Jesuit students are expected to represent themselves in manner consistent with the teachings of the school.


Dances & Formal Events
Dress code, dance rules & behavior for open and formal dances

Throughout the year, Jesuit may host formal events, open dances and formal dances. Students are expected to act respectfully at all times including dancing in a style and fashion that is consistent with the expectations of Jesuit High School.

For all formal events & dances, students must purchase a ticket in advance and have a current student body card.

Please refer to your current Parent Student Handbook for further information regarding dance policies.