Department Directory

Overview

Department Directory

Please note during our Digital Learning Days – for questions/concerns about a specific course, first contact the teacher directly. If the issue is unresolved, then contact the Academic Department Chair. If the issue remains unresolved, contact the AP for Academics.

Academic Department Chairs 

Academic Leadership

Student Support

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Advancement Office

Maureen B. Longyear – Vice President for Advancement
Julia Clark – Director of Annual Giving
Kim Kalmbach – Director of Auction and Events
Kyle Tooley ’13 – Director of Alumni Relations
Rev. Edwin B. Harris, S.J. – Alumni Chaplain
Alyssa Benjamin – Advancement Administrative Associate
Megan Chaney – Advancement Administrative Associate

Overview

Athletics

Henry “Hank” Weinberger  – Director of Athletics
Ross Evans – Assistant AD
Robin Cummings – Administrative Assistant

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Christian Service

For questions regarding Freshman or Sophomore Service or the Period 3 Christian Service Course, contact Andrew Shahamiri. 

For questions regarding Junior Service or Independent Study (Seniors), contact Gabriella Carroll. 

For questions regarding Immersions and Camps, the Social Justice Summit, and all other Christian Service programs, contact Sara Brabec.

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Counseling Services

Virtual Office Hours

The Counseling Department is here to support students and families during this transitional learning time. Beginning Monday, March 30, we will host virtual office hours for students through Zoom.  Given the fluid schedule and differing needs of students’ time, each counselor will hold two sessions each week. If any student has a conflict with his counselor’s posted time, send the counselor an email and he/she will coordinate a time to connect.  Zoom links will be posted in the Counseling Google Classrooms. 

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Dean’s Office

Jesuit High School is committed to helping young men achieve their potential academically, athletically, socially and spiritually. In order to achieve this goal, Jesuit believes a disciplined and structured atmosphere is necessary. The purpose of discipline, then, is to maintain an environment where students can achieve their potential in an honest and caring manner. Our goal is that these students grow to become “Men for Others.”