Loyola Guild is a nonprofit organization founded in 1957 to build community and support Jesuit High School. It’s a great way to make new friends and become involved in the Jesuit High School community.
Meetings and events are open to all members and prospective members. Bring a friend!
Grad Night 2019 is just around the corner! This year it will take place at Golfland Sunsplash in Roseville on May 25 at 10 PM. We need volunteers in many areas, but our immediate need are volunteers for the following positions:
* Raffle Leads – These volunteers will be responsible for soliciting donated raffle prizes for grad night and running the raffle on May 25 during the event.
* Families to sponsor the following different food stations:
Mark your calendars, make your holiday shopping list and join Loyola Guild alums (and friends) for a fun day in San Francisco on December 4th. Your $45 includes a fun bus ride, champagne and coffee on the way, and wine and snacks on the return following a great day of shopping in the city.
Welcome to your son’s Senior year at Jesuit High School! It’s going to be an action-packed year, and, as your senior class representative, my goal is to keep you up-to-date with the important details you won’t want to miss. I’m also available as a resource for any questions you may have, so feel free to reach out to me at any time.
One thing we want to make sure is on your radar, is Christmas Tree Lane! It’s always a highlight of the holidays, and the seniors play a special part in this event each year. Here are the details…
Looking ahead, the new year ushers in the work of finding a new slate of candidates for the elected board and candidates for Advisory Board and Special Committee Chair positions. Several of our long-time board members would like to be able to relinquish their duties and start mentoring their replacements.
For example, we are looking for members to the chair the following:
Looking ahead, the New Year ushers in the work of finding a new slate of candidates for the elected board and candidates for Advisory Board and Special Committee Chair positions. Several of our long time board members would like to be able to relinquish their duties and start mentoring their replacements.
The Mother Son Dance is Saturday, April 21st with dancing to begin at 8pm. This night is all about moms spending a fun evening with their sons. It is the usual traditional dance, with dodgeball games as an optional side activity. There will be shaved ice treats along with snacks and drinks.
Have you made your son’s reservation yet? This cruise will be a one-of-a-kind adventure and an opportunity for the senior class to celebrate together one last time! Don’t let your son miss out on this long- standing Jesuit tradition. The cruise itself will be interesting; there will be great food, and engaging entertainment.
Attention all mothers! The Mother Son Dance is Saturday, April 21st with dancing to begin at 8pm. This night is all about moms spending a fun evening with their sons. It is the usual traditional dance, with dodgeball games as an optional side activity. There will be shaved ice treats along with snacks and drinks.
The Loyola Guild is pleased to announce that Grad Night 2018 will be a four-hour “Marauder Cruise” aboard a yacht (the evening of May 26th into Sunday, May 27th). The yacht departs from Alameda, CA, and will circumnavigate the San Francisco Bay. Seniors will be transported by bus to and from Alameda (departing from and returning to Jesuit High School).
The Grad Committee for Jesuit’s Safe and Sober Grad Night is gearing up for a fun-filled, top secret celebration that your graduate will not want to miss!
It is our vision to have all the graduates experience this “last hurrah” together and revel in their accomplishments! While a lot of the planning is set for a big reveal on the night itself, there is some information that will help in the planning of the weekend for your graduate.
This beautiful liturgy is for current Jesuit students, and their dads, stepdads and grandfathers.
Mass will be held in the Jeffrey ‘80 and Elizabeth Phelan Chapel of the North American Martyrs beginning at 9:30 am.
Photographers will be available in the Band room of the Harris Center both before and after the Mass (there is a fee). A complimentary reception with coffee and light refreshments will be provided in the Harris Center following Mass.
As always there are lots of activities going on as we roll into second semester. Our boys will be going on a day long retreat in February. There are several different dates they may be assigned. Please check the calendar. Of course, this time of year brings several holidays. Additionally, there are many sporting events on the schedule as well as the Spring Musical performance for all to attend.
Dates to note:
January 15th: School holiday
February 4th: Father Son Mass & Reception, 9:30 am
Please help us! We are collecting information from Jesuit High School families, friends, and supporters to help us plan this year’s Christmas Tree Lane event. Would you please take our five-minute survey to share your thoughts about the event with us? Your feedback is important! Your responses are confidential.
Loyola Guild is pleased to announce its 61st annual Christmas Tree Lane event, “Tidings of Joy.” It will be held on Sunday, November 26, and Monday, November 27, 2017, at the DoubleTree by Hilton Sacramento (Arden Way). We will have three shows, in a different order this year to provide options for attendance:
Welcome to Jesuit High School! My name is Andrea Studer and I have the honor of representing our freshman class this year in the Loyola Guild. My son, David, is a freshman; and my son, Mark, is a sophomore this coming school year. I hope your son’s transition to high school is going smoothly and that you have been able to make plans to attend Mandatory Freshman Orientation, the Back to School Bash Welcome Celebration, and Freshman Overnight Retreat.
Loyola Guild is a dynamic group of women working together for the betterment of the Jesuit High School community since 1957. We are “Mothers for Others.” We are the driving force behind numerous events that create fun and friendship for our boys, parents, alumni and faculty. These events have become a tradition at our school and in our community and both help raise funds for Jesuit’s Scholarship Endowment and provide support to our student body.