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The best way to learn about Jesuit is to be at Jesuit

Jesuit Magazine Summer 2019

For Matthew Ramos ’05, Director of Admissions, it had been 14 years since Jesuit was last a part of his daily routine. His positive experiences as a student at Jesuit impacted his decision to return as a member of the staff. Ramos acknowledged that many things have changed on the Jesuit campus, but a lot has stayed the same. There are new buildings to navigate, new fields to admire, new classrooms for learning, and new faces to meet, but all remain rooted in brotherhood, spiritual growth, “life” preparedness, and excellence in learning. The trees may be a bit taller, but the tradition of forming competent young men into the conscientious leaders of tomorrow remains alive and stronger than ever. Welcoming the Class of 2023 was as much a lesson in quick-learning for Ramos, coming onboard in the midst of the admission season, as it was a time to reminisce about the place he holds so dear in his heart. “Jesuit is a special place — a community — where young men learn, compete, and pray on a campus that continues to grow and evolve.” Ramos shared, “The next step in our growth is a newly renovated gym…with air conditioning!”

“From Freshman Overnight to school-wide Mass to a hard-fought battle on the hardwood, the Barry Gym is a beacon of community gathering here on campus, and we — all 10,000 alumni — are eager to see its transformation come to fruition and be the place for countless more stories to be written by our newest class of students.” 

Jesuit is more than just a school — something I am reminded of every day on the job and in life. It is a brotherhood and a family.” 
—Matthew Ramos, ’05

The admissions team, which also includes Jon Rotz ’92 and Debbie Case, looks forward to the 2019-2020 school year, and are excited to welcome our future Marauders to campus. They pride themselves on making Jesuit as accessible to prospective families as possible. Whether they attend Open House, Shadow Days, a Neighborhood Dinner or a private campus tour, Ramos and his admissions team know the best way to learn about the Jesuit tradition is to physically be on campus, ask questions, and experience Jesuit High School firsthand.