Equity and Inclusion


Equity & Inclusion
Discernment, Listening, Action

“At the heart of our Ignatian spirituality and tradition of Jesuit education is discernment. At the heart of that discernment is listening. Our listening must lead to concrete action to address the stain of racism in our school, our community, our country, and our world so that we are transformed into the kind of community that God calls us and intends for us to be. Our commitment and action steps are informed by our faith — a faith that is lived not just by doing justice, but by responding to our brothers and sisters with love and hope, in a spirit and call to what unites us and not what drives us apart as we seek to stand in solidarity and peace with one another.”
A Message from the President and Principal

Read the full message


2021 Summit on Human Dignity
Racism, Antiracism, and Jesuit High School

Planning for this year’s Summit on Human Dignity is underway. A leadership team of about 15 students is gathering weekly to help envision and plan an experience for juniors and seniors to deepen their understanding of their own identity, diversity and justice, and action for a more just community. The Summit is scheduled for March 3, 2021. Sophomores and freshmen will participate in programming offered through Wellness at that time. 


Heritage Clubs

Asian Pacific Islander Club 

Faculty Moderator(s): jonathan.isaac@jesuithighschool.org, Heinel@faculty.jhs.net

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

Black Student Union 

Faculty Moderator(s): brownjj@faculty.jhs.net


Staying Connected – Sept 11

Dear Parents, Guardians, and Caregivers, 

My name is Jordan Brown, the Director of Equity and Inclusion at Jesuit High School Sacramento. I began this summer to facilitate an increased emphasis on diversity and anti-racism as part of the school’s journey towards providing all students with a welcoming and safe campus. As a former Jesuit High School student, I am grateful to have the opportunity to educate our community on more anti-racist practices. My experiences of studying abroad, teaching boys and young men of color, facilitating culturally relevant workshops, providing educational technology resources, and leading youth immersions have prepared me to take on this important role.