The Jesuit High School Sacramento Marauders’ 2022 football season was very successful. The Marauders finished with 9 wins and 3 losses on the season, with a point differential of 370-185.
33 years ago today, in 1989, six Jesuit priests along with their housekeeper and her daughter were murdered in their residence at the University of Central America in San Salvador, El Salvador. The priests were targeted for their unwavering faith and for speaking out against the injustices and extreme cruelty that the Salvadorian people were suffering.
On Nov. 5, the Jesuit High School Sacramento varsity football
team beat the Joseph A. Gregori High School Jaguars 38-10.
Valorant is a team-based first person combat video game developed by Riot Games. Since its initial release in June 2020, it has grown to be hugely popular among the gaming community so much so that students – along with the help of mathematics teacher Mr. Justin Tsai – have created a Valorant club at Jesuit High School Sacramento.
Mr. Richard Hanson began working at Jesuit High School Sacramento this year as a statistics and computer science teacher. He taught at Amador Valley High School for 29 years before coming to Jesuit.
Mr. Hanson appreciates the kindness of the faculty, staff, and students that has helped him adjust to teaching at Jesuit.
The Jesuit High School Sacramento varsity football team defeated the Davis Senior High School Blue Devils in a 35-0 blowout.
The team had a very strong win and look to continue their success in the 2022 CIF Sac-Joaquin Section Football Playoffs, with their first game on Saturday, Nov. 5 against Joseph A. Gregori High School.
On Friday, Oct. 21, the Jesuit High School Sacramento varsity football team suited up for the Delta League Championship game against Elk Grove High School. The game was for the delta league championship with EGHS coming out on top by a score of 34-21.
On Sunday Oct. 16, Jesuit High School Sacramento invited prospective students and families to visit Jesuit’s campus for Open House, an introductory and exploratory presentation of the school and its brotherhood.
Located in the city of Tucson, Arizona, the University of Arizona
is a top choice for many Jesuit High School Sacramento students.
It offers many unique opportunities for students. From Tucson’s
unique culture and beautiful areas to the campus’s unique
The 2022-2023 school year at Jesuit High School Sacramento offers multiple shadow days for up-and-coming ninth graders. The first Shadow Day will take place on Monday, October 24. These shadow days offer future students a chance to visit and experience what Jesuit has to offer.
Director of Admissions, Mr. Matthew Ramos ’05 is excited to share the unique opportunity of experiencing a day at Jesuit.
On Friday Oct. 14, the Jesuit High School Sacramento football team defeated the Cosumnes Oaks High School Wolfpack 28-7. The game was a great show of strength, and a great boon for confidence as Jesuit looks towards Friday, Oct. 21, when they take on Elk Grove High School in the Delta League Championship.
On Saturday, Oct. 8, the varsity football team of Jesuit High School Sacramento won a home game against Franklin High School. The final score was 62-7, which boosts Jesuit’s overall record to 6-1 while also maintaining an undefeated record in the Delta League (3-0).
Wednesday Oct. 12 is National Test Day.
Starting on Friday Oct. 7, Jesuit High School Sacramento is hosting a weekend-long event known as the Alumni Reunion Weekend.
On Saturday, Oct. 1, Jesuit High School Sacramento’s varsity football team played a non-league game against Clayton Valley High School. Jesuit lost 35-21.
This fall, Jesuit High School Sacramento’s Black Box Theater will perform the upcoming play “Final Letters,” a company-created performance that illustrates historical letters from victims of the Holocaust in Nazi Germany.
Jesuit High School Sacramento’s Freshman Retreat is an event that every Jesuit freshman attends to make their transition to high school smoother while inspiring a sense of brotherhood among their class.
On Sept. 23, Jesuit High School Sacramento’s varsity football team won 49-0 in an away game against Pleasant Grove High School. The win was a great showcase of skill for many players on Jesuit’s team.
The counselors at Jesuit High School Sacramento dedicate an immense amount of time preparing students for the next chapter of their lives: college.
On Saturday, Jesuit High School Sacramento varsity football team defeated the Sheldon High School Huskies at home 35 to 21. It was a back and forth game, but in the end, Jesuit was able to pull out a hard earned win against a tough opponent.