Counselor Mrs. Laurie Brant joined Jesuit High School Sacramento this year after working for Apollo High School in San Jose for nine years. As a counselor, she will assist students in their preparation for college.
Mrs. Brant became a counselor to make sure every student has a reliable figure to support them.
This year, Jesuit High School Sacramento rewelcomes Wellness Counselor Ms. Abigail “Abby” Hollandsworth as a full-time mental health clinician in the Wellness Center. Having worked part time at Jesuit last year as a Marriage and Family Therapy Trainee, Ms. Hollandsworth has already been making her mark in our community.
Last week during National Suicide Prevention Week 2023, Jesuit paid special attention to mental well-being and the impact that mental health has on one’s life.
On Monday, Sept. 18, 2023, Jesuit High School Sacramento will hold its annual Club Day, a time when students can learn all about Jesuit’s various clubs.
Administrative Assistant for the Office of Service and Justice and Campus Ministry Ms. Tina Bernardi has been a part of the Jesuit High School Sacramento community for many years now, despite only joining as an employee this summer. Her experience with the Jesuit community has helped her excel at her job right away.
On Sept. 9, 2023, Jesuit High School Sacramento’s football team defeated Christian Brothers High School 41-8 at Hughes Stadium in the 52nd annual Holy Bowl.
On Sept. 9, 2023, Jesuit High School Sacramento’s football team defeated Christian Brothers High School 41-8 in the 52nd Holy Bowl.
The 52nd annual Holy Bowl kicks off this Saturday, Sept. 9, 2023 at 7 p.m. at Hughes Stadium.
On Sept. 7, 2023, Jesuit High School Sacramento will host the Service and Justice Agency Fair, giving students the opportunity to discover where they can serve.
The Jesuit Marauders started off their season with a 16-point win on Friday night against the Bishop Manogue Miners.
For the first time since the COVID-19 pandemic, Jesuit High School Sacramento will host its Freshman Overnight retreat on August 26-27.
As the new school year begins, the Jesuit High School Sacramento football team prepares for their upcoming season. The team has been hard at work, practicing since late June.
In her 27 years at Jesuit High School Sacramento, Ms. Kathy Van
Liefde has served as a math teacher and, in her current capacity,
as a guidance counselor. In all her responsibilities, she has
maintained a positive attitude and a focus on her students’
Colin Marks ’23, one of the best volleyball players in the
country, has helped propel the Jesuit High School Sacramento
volleyball team to new competitive heights over his four years in
the program, culminating in the team securing the Division 1
Section title last weekend.
Throughout his time at Jesuit High School Sacramento, Jayden
Weathersbee ’23 has distinguished himself as a strong and capable
athlete and leader on Jesuit’s wrestling team, rising to captain
for one of Jesuit’s historically best wrestling teams. The sport,
however, wasn’t initially on his radar when he joined the Jesuit
Landon Darling ’25, a sophomore at Jesuit High School Sacramento,
has recently decided to pursue his interest in Rodeo, a unique
and competitive sport that involves intensive training and
rigorous work with horses.
Varsity baseball at Jesuit High School Sacramento has been
amongst the most competitive programs in the Northern California
area, with many players signing with top collegiate programs and
eventually finding their way into Major League Baseball. Because
of this competitive history, when a freshman makes the Varsity
squad, it’s noticed.
On Saturday, May 20th, at the Memorial Auditorium, Jesuit High
School Sacramento’s class of 2023 will gather for their
graduation. Two seniors, Charles Sander ’23 and William Gillick
’23, received the distinct honor to speak on behalf of their
classmates, serving as the Valedictorian and Salutatorian of the
2023 senior class.
The month of May marks the beginning of Mental Health Awareness
Month, a time that sheds light on the importance of mental health
and encourages people who might be struggling to reach out for
support. This year, Jesuit High School Sacramento is working hard
to spread awareness and help their students.
Taking care of mental health and prioritizing well-being can help
students cope with stress, achieve more academically, and just
live happier and healthier lives.