Welcome to The Plank! The Jesuit High School student newspaper will function as an information hub for all members of the Jesuit community. Future, current, and former Jesuit students will now be able to easily access information about what is going on around Jesuit’s campus and how students are getting involved in their community. The Plank’s home will be online and will feature a monthly print edition. Thank you for visiting and we are excited for another great Plank year.
To most, it seemed like the 2019 Jesuit High School water polo season got off to a slow start.
With a chance to defend his title, Jesuit High School runner Matt Strangio ’20 finished first at the Division I CIF State Cross Country Championships on Saturday, Nov. 30.
With winter sports officially beginning in December, Jesuit High School’s wrestling team is ready to hit the mat.
This year’s wrestling team is young, with only one returning senior, but that won’t stop the Marauders from competing for the top spot in league dual matches.
Each year, Jesuit High School hosts several Shadow Days that allow potential Jesuit students to “shadow” a current student for a day. Prospective students get a glimpse of what life is like on campus and in the classrooms during a typical school day.
Amongst being a world traveller and skilled mathematician, Mr. Nicholas Llanos has come to Jesuit High School to bring his active yet relaxed teaching style to the school.
After teaching Integrated Math at Grant High School, Mr. Llanos became dissatisfied with the personal interaction with the district, causing him to look for opportunities elsewhere.
November Signing Day
Jesuit High School Athletic's Ceremony for the first day of the NCAA signing period. Six seniors accepted scholarships to various colleges/universities.
Joe Watanabe ’21, Photo Journalist
Additional photos and videos will be posted.
When a loss could have ended their season, the Jesuit High School Marauders defeated the Pleasant Grove High School Eagles 42-21 last Saturday in the final game of the regular season.
With a name as sleek as he is, Mr. Peter Ferrari is the new teacher cruising into the English department at Jesuit High School this year.
In the final game of the regular season, the Jesuit High School Marauders won the Delta League Championship with a 5-4 win over the Davis Senior High School Blue Devils at American River College on Tuesday.
After defeating Sheldon High School 47-13, the Jesuit High School Marauders look to take their momentum into their next game against the Pleasant Grove High School Eagles this Saturday, Nov. 2.
With a keen awareness for topical events, Jesuit High School Drama presents “In the Matter of Scott Daniel Warren, or Scenes and Fragments about a Play in the Desert,” a company-written play that explores and grapples with the realities and morality of immigration.
Every fall, prospective students are invited to Jesuit High School’s Open House. Last Sunday, more than 400 families visited Jesuit for its annual event.
Prospective students and their families can visit the Jesuit High School campus for an interactive and educational experience during Open House this Sunday, Oct 20., at 12:00 p.m.
Eight years after graduating from Jesuit High School, alumnus Mr. Jedd Vergara ’11 is returning to campus as Jesuit’s newest physics teacher.
Each year, Jesuit High School Drama puts on two shows in the Black Box Theater — a fall play and a spring musical. Production for each of these shows requires hours of dedication from actors and technicians to create polished and memorable performances.