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Freshman Experience

Freshman Experience

From the very beginning, Jesuit works to make sure new students feel comfortable and become involved. Freshmen counselors meet individually with students to determine how best to make their transition to Jesuit as easy as possible. In addition, all Freshmen have a Senior Big Brother who helps guide and mentors their Little Brothers.

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Spiritual Growth

Spiritual Growth

Growth through Faith and Service

Providing our students with the opportunity to serve others is a defining characteristic of a Jesuit education. Theology courses, peer-led retreats, and service opportunities enable our students to understand how they can make a difference in the world by using their talents and faith and become Men for Others.

All of the religious activities at Jesuit are designed to respect each person’s religious tradition.

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College Preparation

Academic Support

The Academic Support Center at Jesuit High School offers help and support to students with learning differences and/or ADHD with academic subjects, grade monitoring, develop academic and executive functioning skills, and work independently.

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Athletic Excellence

36 Programs, Go Big Red!

Through participation in athletics at a Jesuit high school, students will mature physically, emotionally, socially and spiritually. They will learn to take responsibility for personal growth by developing loyalty, pride, integrity and commitment.

Jesuit Athletics is designed to affirm and promote the Ignatian values and engage student-athletes fully in mind, body and spirit. Go Marauders!

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Serving Others

Serving Others

Men for Others

We offer a four-year, structured program, coordinated with the Theology Department, that guides students into direct service with our neighbors who experience acute need or some form of marginalization.

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Tuition Assistance

Tuition Assistance

Tuition assistance is available to students with a demonstrated financial need and has no bearing on admission. In 2017, over a quarter of the student body received part of $1 million available for tuition assistance.