Our Campus Buildings


Event & Athletics Parking
Where to park for on-campus events

Visitors for JHS events:

Google Maps – 4660 Fair Oaks Blvd / O’Donnell Drive Entrance, Carmichael

  • Athletic Director
  • Athletic (teams and visitors)
  • Performing Arts
  • Phelan Chapel / Weddings

Parking Information

  • Student, Faculty and Staff vehicles must display a valid Jesuit parking permit while parked in a campus parking area.
  • Visitor parking is available in Lots B and D. All visitors must check in at the Dean’s Office.
  • Handicap parking is available in Lots C, E and D.

Athletics Parking Information

  • Hanson McClain Advisors Stadium – Football, Track & Field, Lacrosse: Use Lots A, B and E
  • Varsity Baseball Field: Use Lots B and E
  • Lower Level Baseball Field: Use Lots B and E


Virtual Parking Map

Lot A

  • Athletics
  • Student (Permit Only)

Lot B

  • Athletics
  • Black Box Theater
  • Student (Permit Only)
  • Visitor Parking
  • EV Charging Station

Lot C

  • Faculty/Staff/Coaches (Permit Only)
  • Handicap Parking Available

Lot D

  • Faculty/Staff (Permit Only)
  • Main Office
  • Visitor Parking
  • Handicap Parking Available

Lot E

  • Athletics 
  • Handicap Parking Available

Allworth Financial Stadium

Welcome to Jesuit Stadium! 


Please park along American River Drive, in the lot or in the lot off O’Donnell (off Fair Oaks)

Ticket Booth/Gates

On campus side, near the gym.


Visitor side is closest to American River Drive.

Home is side closest to Fair Oaks Blvd/Campus.

4739 American River Dr, Sacramento, California

Jeffrey ’80 and Elizabeth Phelan Chapel of the North American Martyrs

Hodgetts + Fung Design & Architecture

Designed as an iconic structure to greet students on their daily arrival, The Phelan Chapel is meant to be a welcoming presence when approached from the main campus. The strong yet simple geometry, enduring materials, and soaring ceilings have been chosen to provide a spiritual anchor for the Jesuit High School Campus and to provide a symbolic progression from dynamic campus life to a more contemplative sacred space.