Five brothers, one school.
The Maulino family has five brothers who have attended Jesuit High School Sacramento. Two of them, Chris ’08 and Nathan ’18, are alums, while Gabe ’21, Jacob ’22, and Andrew ’24 are still enjoying what the school has to offer.
In 1963, Jesuit High School Sacramento’s mascot was chosen to be the Marauders when the school was founded. This fall the significance and meaning of that mascot was explored by various perspectives within the Jesuit Community — each member asked a variation of “In 2020, what does it mean to you to be a Marauder?” In this edition, teachers reflect on the different ways 2020 has challenged being a Marauder.
Mid-Week Support Wednesdays, a multi-purpose day that gives the Jesuit Community a break from screens
At the start of the second quarter at Jesuit High School Sacramento, a schedule change was made. The new addition was Mid-Week Support Wednesdays, a day off from classes breaking up the school week to provide students a break from the hard work they have been doing and to take time to recuperate.
One of Jesuit High School Sacramento’s longest-standing traditions, dating back to its foundation in 1963, is the annual food drive that supports the Stanford Settlement Operation Cratchit Christmas Food Drive.
Jesuit High School Sacramento’s mascot was chosen to be the Marauders when the school was founded in 1963. This fall the significance and meaning of that mascot was explored by various perspectives within the Jesuit Community — each member asked a variation of “In 2020, what does it mean to you to be a Marauder?” This second edition explores the insights of Jesuit’s administrators and program directors.
Each year, a new group of Jesuit High School Sacramento graduates head off to college. While Jesuit alumni attend a diverse set of colleges, located all across the country, a small school in Moraga, California has long been a popular choice.
Established in 1963, Jesuit High School Sacramento’s mascot was chosen to be the Marauders. This fall the significance and meaning of that mascot was explored by various perspectives within the Jesuit Community — each member asked a variation of “In 2020, what does it mean to you to be a Marauder?” Over the next two weeks, the responses will be released in a series of articles — this first one visits the perspectives of Jesuit’s coaches.
Our motto, “Men for Others,” symbolizes brotherhood and community — the responsibility of asking not what you can do for yourself, but what you can do for others. While serving others is certainly an integral component for any community, we also must follow our calling to stand in solidarity as an act of justice, peace, and understanding — to be with one another. So, why not change our motto to “Men for and with Others?”
Following a 2019-2020 school year which saw a number of staff and faculty members retire, Jesuit High School Sacramento was in need of new additions to fill vacant positions. One of the many new hires Jesuit made this summer was Mr. Kyle Trivits, who joined the English Department.
Update: The “Swing into Senior Year” event has been postponed. The decision was made after Sacramento County, along with eleven other counties, reverted back to California’s most restrictive purple tier as case rates have recently seen an increase across the state.
“Among Us” came out more than two years ago, but has only now become a mainstream sensation. First released on June 15, 2018, the game has peaked this year with 438,524 concurrent players solely on the video game service, Steam.
COVID-19 has brought many changes to our daily lives. Everything from attending school to getting groceries has a much different look due to the pandemic. Another aspect that has changed is our ability to worship.
Jesuit High School Sacramento returned to in-person on-campus instruction on October 12, 2020.
While the main focus of the 2020 election is seemingly on the two presidential candidates, President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden, the job of a voter goes beyond just selecting the next president of the United States.
Over the years, Jesuit High School Sacramento has produced a great deal of baseball talent. One of the school’s more recent baseball grads, Darren Baker ’17, is an infielder at UC Berkeley with aspirations of playing in the Major Leagues.
Ahead of the long-awaited return to campus, the Jesuit High School Sacramento Community spent Oct. 12-16 in a transitional orientation where all returning members participated in the biggest story of the week: the COVID-19 test.
“Tenet” is an action-packed yet thought-provoking film directed by Christopher Nolan, which stars John David Washington, Robert Pattison, and Elizabeth Debicki. This mind-bending action thriller follows a secret agent (Washington) and his trusted friend Neil (Pattinson) as they try to prevent Sator (Kenneth Branagh) from starting World War III.
The following is a part of a series of articles written around women’s voices on campus at Jesuit High School Sacramento. This is the first in the series. This is about the 19th Amendment, its nuances and implications, and what its history means to women today.
With the 2020 presidential election just a week away, the American people will choose between President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden to occupy the Oval Office for the next four years.
Coming off of a successful Sept. in which he won two tournaments on the European Tour — a feat that earned him Golfer of the Month — John Catlin ’09 has been on a roll lately.