Jesuit Sacramento to Continue Advancing Mission of All-Boys Education
Strategic Planning Update on Enrollment Study

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A large part of Jesuit High School of Sacramento’s robust and deliberate strategic planning process has been the enrollment study. Jesuit Sacramento announces today that the enrollment study is complete and that the Board of Trustees has decided that the school will remain an all-boys school, continuing to advance its original Mission dedicated to “forming competent young men into conscientious leaders in compassionate service to others for the greater glory of God.”

Board Chair James Donahue ’75 shared, “After reviewing summaries of listening sessions, research, and committee data, the Board decided that it was in the best interest of the Jesuit High School community, as well as the Sacramento Catholic high school community overall, that Jesuit remains committed to its existing all-boys Catholic educational model. We are proud to share this with the community.” 

The ongoing multi-year strategic planning process will produce a Comprehensive Strategic Plan to keep Jesuit focused on its mission while setting a positive direction for the future. The enrollment study considered a wide range of alternatives, including single-gender and co-educational models.

“Jesuit High School of Sacramento will always maintain its high standard of excellence in the education and formation of students. We are deeply committed to our tradition of guiding students to become Men for Others, who seek to know, to love, and to serve God and other people in their lives. Jesuit provides a foundation for life and faith through which our students develop enduring habits of critical thinking, social responsibility, personal and spiritual growth.” said Jesuit Sacramento President, Rev. John P. McGarry S.J.

Jesuit Sacramento’s strategic planning process will continue through the 2022-23 academic year and include the development of a Master Facilities Plan and other supporting organizational structures to round out a new five-year plan for the future. This process ensures that the school can continue to meet its mission while adapting to the community’s needs.