Even with Digital Learning Days changing many aspects of life at
Jesuit High School Sacramento, the school is doing its best to
keep students connected with their end-of-year events. Donghwan
Park ’20, this year’s valedictorian, is a crucial part of the
effort to have graduation remain a memorable celebration for the
Class of 2020.
With advice from state and local health officials, President Rev.
John P. McGarry, S.J. and Principal Mr. Michael Wood ’99
announced Jesuit High School Sacramento would extend online
learning through the end of the 2019-2020 academic year due to
the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. Students and parents received
the news in an email on April 9.
Holding the titles of prefect coordinator, VIP student
coordinator, director of Academics Plus, and coach on the
football and soccer teams at Jesuit High School Sacramento, there
isn’t much Jonathan Isaac doesn’t do.
With six graduates currently in professional baseball, Jesuit
High School Sacramento has a reputation for producing some of the
area’s best baseball talent. That number could grow even larger
this summer when Major League Baseball holds its annual
First-Year Player Draft.
In a semifinal clash between the No. 5 seeded Saint Mary’s High
School Rams and the No. 1 seeded Jesuit High School Sacramento
Marauders, the top seed was knocked out of the Division II
Sac-Joaquin Section Playoffs with a 42-48 loss on Tuesday, Feb.
The end of winter and the beginning of spring is possibly the
busiest time for the Athletic Department at Jesuit High School
Sacramento. As winter sports are entering the playoff season,the
nine spring sports are all starting up, including the lacrosse
team, one of the most competitive sports in the area.
Jesuit High School Sacramento showed why it’s the No. 1 seed in
II Sac-Joaquin Section Playoffs when the Marauders
handily beat the Ponderosa High School Bruins in the second round
of playoffs on Friday, Feb. 21.
Rowing is one of the oldest collegiate sports and has been a part
of almost every Olympic Games. The first American regatta, or
rowing race, took place in 1762 and now crew athletes compete in
races held all over the country.
ELK GROVE — When a member of the Sheldon High School basketball
team steals the ball from an opponent, it usually results in one
outcome: a highlight-reel dunk on the other end, sometimes over a