Good Neighbor Program


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 among your neighbors, too.


Fall 2023 Stadium Lighting Update

Jesuit High School is continuing through the County of Sacramento planning process for a Use Permit Amendment to install permanent state-of-the-art lights in Marauder Stadium.

Event Library

Good Neighbor Meeting
in the school's King Library

Neighbors, please join us for a Good Neighbor’s Meeting. This meeting will be held in person on the Jesuit campus. 

To find the King Library please enter off of 1200 Jacob Lane. The building will be in and to your right.



Good Neighbor Minutes & Agendas


New! Agendas will be posted approximately a week prior to each meeting. Meetings are held quarterly and posted on our school website calendar and the Good Neighbor section.

November 2023


August 2023


February 2023


October 2022

POSTED HERE October 2022 Agenda

August 2022




Please click on the year to see the pdf of the minutes for each meeting. The meeting date is indicated in parenthesis.


Aug 2023 Minutes (8/23)

Feb 2023 Minutes (2/9)


Oct 2022 Minutes (10/11)

Aug 2022 Minutes (8/16)

Winter 2022 Minutes (2/15)


Spring 2021 Minutes (4/27)

Spring 2021 Minutes (5/4)


*No meetings held in 2020 due to COVID


Spring 2019 Minutes

Fall 2019 Minutes

News James Donahue ’75

President Search Update

The Presidential Search Committee has been convening regularly over the past six weeks, moving through the search process thoughtfully and diligently to find the best President for Jesuit High School. 

In mid-Feburary, the Committee met with various constituent groups during listening sessions and reviewed the results of the confidential online survey at the end of the month to capture input on the ideal candidate for our next President. Applications for the position of President closed on February 28, 2023.


Alert for Monday, Jan 9, 2023 at 12:30 pm
Classes will resume Tuesday at 8:20am

Jesuit High School’s current plan is to reopen campus for school Tuesday, January 10, 2023. 

The power is on, and all systems are working. The grounds have been cleared of debris. We will proceed with a four-day week schedule, starting with Period 1 at 8:20am on Tuesday.

Students — for complete information, check your email for the Week Ahead message and updated Bell Schedule from Ms. Ruano.


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, Jesuit Athletics finally has 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.


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.


Dance on Saturday, August 21
Minimal impact on parking, noise expected

Jesuit’s annual back-to-school dance, that was originally to be held in the Barry Gym, has been shifted outdoors because of the recently published public health COVID safety guidelines provided to all schools by the county and state.

Dear Neighbors,

We want to make you aware that there will be a Freshman/Sophomore Dance Saturday, August 21, 2021, from 7:00 – 10:00 p.m.


Athletic Events on March 20
May notice an increase in traffic and cars in area

Please be aware that there will be several events occurring from 11:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., on Saturday, March 20, that may impact traffic in the area. Although we are limiting attendance at these events, you may see more cars than typical in the area. We have reminded all visiting schools and teams to be respectful of our neighbors, and we will strategically place signs as a further reminder to park only in designated areas.

We appreciate your patience as we slowly begin the process of returning to a regular athletic competition schedule.


Update on Speaker Relocation
July 8, 2019

Keeping our neighbors informed.

Following feedback and discussions with several of the adjacent neighbors, the outdoor stadium speakers originally placed permitted for placement on the scoreboard are being relocated.  Jesuit followed the County of Sacramento planning regulations and has completed the request for an amendment and relocation of speakers.