Good Neighbor Program

Overview

Good Neighbor Program

Focus on Good Neighbor Relations

Jesuit High School has been a proud member of the Carmichael community since its founding in 1963. Established at a time when the surrounding areas were pasture lands and fields, Jesuit is now at the center of a thriving residential neighborhood.  In line with our Ignatian tradition, Jesuit continues to be a good neighbor to those who live near us, and this website is an extension of those efforts.

As part of Jesuit’s continued focus on good neighbor relations, the Good Neighbor Program was founded to provide open dialogue with our immediate residential community. The Good Neighbor Program can help with problems you might have with our school community, such as parking, litter, or street congestion. As part of our Good Neighbor Program, we also want you to enjoy all that Jesuit has to offer. We invite you to attend a sporting event, play, Mass or one of our many social events. Please check out our school calendar to see what Jesuit High School has to offer, and learn more.

We hope you will help us spread the word about this web page www.jesuithighschool.org/goodneighbor among your neighbors, too.

Event Barry Gym

Good Neighbor Meeting

Neighbors, please join us on campus in the Welcome Center. Please enter through the main gym lobby to access the Welcome Center. 

 

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Turf Update
Loyola Field Warranty Replacement Underway

After not having use of home turf for the end of the winter soccer season and all of the spring season, we finally have some great news on the warranty replacement – work is beginning this week. AstroTurf will be on-site starting demolition of the top layer and other work over the next 4-5 weeks to complete the project, which will see a new surface and graphic field design.

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Jesuit Stadium Lighting Permitting Process Begins
Dark-Sky Certified Lights to Provide Safe Environment for Players and Spectators

To protect players and spectators and make the best use of school facilities, Jesuit High School has applied to the County of Sacramento seeking approval for a Use Permit Amendment to install state-of-the-art lights in the stadium. The need for lighting has become increasingly evident due to the extreme late summer and fall heat, particularly for football, causing stadium conditions that present significant health risks for players, event participants, and spectators.

The proposed lighting technology eliminates light trespass and has been reviewed and certified by the International Dark-Sky Association to respect neighboring residents. Moreover, with an emphasis on moving our home football games to Friday nights, away from competing weekend daytime campus activities, will relieve traffic and reduce parking intrusion into the surrounding neighborhoods.