Letters from the President

President's Letter

An Easter blessing for joy and comfort
And, the beautiful sound of our Chamber Choir

An Easter blessing for joy and comfort

Blessings of hope, peace, joy and comfort to all of you on this Easter morning!

Though our campus is closed for the remainder of the academic year, our school continues online in a very vibrant and engaging way.  

I am heartened on this feast of Easter by the generosity and unwavering support of our entire Jesuit community.

Just as our Lenten journey coincided with our coronavirus journey, so too must our Easter celebration urge us on to new life and new hope that we will rise from this current health emergency in our country.

President's Letter

The Season of Lent
We invite you to "Learn, Pray and Grow."

“Now is the acceptable time, now is the day of salvation.” 2 Corinthians, 6:2

During the season of Lent, we are invited by the Church to pray, fast and give alms. In so doing, we are challenged to deepen our faith commitment. Jesuit High School is pleased to provide opportunities to “Learn, Pray and Grow” during Lent.

We begin this Wednesday, February 26, with Ash Wednesday services in the Chapel of the North American Martyrs:

President's Letter

Deepen & Strengthen Your Faith
An Invitation to Three Educational Events

Dear Parents, Alumni, Alumni Parents, Benefactors, and Friends of Jesuit High School:

Have you ever wanted to hear the presentations from guest speakers on campus who engage with our students? Or wondered what programming is included in our Religious Core for students?

To answer those questions, we are now expanding our spiritual outreach to you—parents, alumni, alumni parents, benefactors, local parishioners, and other friends of Jesuit High School. Think of it as “spiritual adult continuing education.”

President's Letter

A Thanksgiving Blessing to You and Yours

Dear Parents, Alumni, Alumni Parents, Benefactors, and Friends of Jesuit High School:

As we approach Thanksgiving, I am reminded of this Thanksgiving Prayer by W.E.B. Dubois.  It is his take on Psalm 100: