Jesuit Magazine is published twice a year to bring you features on alumni, faculty, students, current topics and Jesuit Sacramento’s mission in action.
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Staying Connected in These Unprecedented Times
Jesuit's Principal and President Reflect on the Last Few Months
Our school is based on connections—to teachings, to each other, to our bigger community.
In response to the COVID-19 outbreak, Jesuit High School Sacramento transitioned to remote learning on Monday, March 16. The school, which already had students utilizing a robust online
For the safety of students and their families in light of the Coronavirus, Jesuit High School Sacramento implemented the Digital Learning Days Protocol on March 13. Since then, students have received online education, an experience that has shifted the dynamic of learning.
Jesuit Sacramento is more than a school, it is a community. That means caring for our students AND their parents. Our administration team has been calling our families to let them know we are thinking of them and making sure they’re doing well. The calls also had an unexpected result for our Dean…
Student Religious Coordinator Grant Houle ’20 took the lead in transforming the on-campus Morning Prayer and Daily Examen when Jesuit Sacramento moved to distance learning.
The President’s Report serves as Jesuit High School’s Annual report and was compiled by the Office of Advancement to be used only for the information of Jesuit High School’s alumni, parents, and friends. The President’s Report lists all new gifts and commitments to Jesuit for the fiscal year from July 1 to June 30. (For example, the President’s Report mailed in 2019 will reflect gifts from July 1, 2018, through June 30, 2019.)