Magazine - Alumni News
Jesuit High School Sacramento returned to in-person on-campus instruction on October 12, 2020.
COVID-19 pandemic presents a unique set of challenges for recent Jesuit graduate
Valedictorian has path changed at Stanford
With a large number of colleges opting to go online for the first semester amid concerns over the COVID-19 pandemic, many of Jesuit High School Sacramento’s most recent graduates will begin college the same way they ended high school, digitally.
But while learning online seems to be the main feat most newly graduated students will be forced to conquer, the challenges of some Marauders go beyond the classroom. One of those students is Donghwan Park ’20.
New Alumni Coaches for Mock Trial and Speech & Debate
Lending their expertise and supporting our clubs
Many thanks to Robert Fleming ’07 and Alex Bonilla ’19 for their commitment to our students at Jesuit Sacramento. Bonilla, a former JHS Speech & Debate Team Captain, is now a sophomore and member of the Speech and Debate Society at Cornell University and will be serving as Head Coach of Jesuit’s team this year. All current students will be receiving an email with more information on the team’s interest meeting. The first local competition is slated for September 21.
It really starts with the Keck family. Brian Keck, the Master Distiller at J.J. Pfister, opened up shop in 2015 with his family and his two best friends by his side.
Isaac Serwanga ’08 is a motivational speaker, author, educational consultant, and advocate for the personal and professional development of high school and college-age students. He has spoken throughout the country to high school, college, and corporate audiences on topics such as personal branding, networking, and motivation.
There’s a common thread in the life of Greg Huckabee ’68, and it’s a lesson that he learned while studying at Jesuit High School: life is about service to others — not consumption, but contribution.
Ben Ownbey ’01 had an incredible experience at Jesuit High School, and he’ll be the first person to tell you that. He comes from a Catholic family, so being able to expand his faith with a Catholic education was positive. He loved his time on
In 1963, the Sacramento community realized the dream of a Jesuit education for its sons when Jesuit High School first opened its doors to 90 freshmen.
I came to Jesuit with one main goal — to play basketball. I wanted to play in high school, college and professionally. It was a dream I’d had since I was 10 years old. So, if you would have told me then