Talented runner and student, Braden King ’22 has made an impact
on the Jesuit High School Sacramento community on the track and
in the classroom.
Roanin Krieger ’22 graduates from Jesuit High School having
accomplished much during his four years, including being the team
captain of the rugby team and a noteable a “Man for Others” in
Golf is a staple of the Jesuit athletic community, and with this
year’s season teed up, the team is ready to drive, with their
first competition being the De La Salle tournament at Diablo
Country Club today, March 7.
James Irwin ’22, is an impressive community focused
student-leader at Jesuit High School Sacramento whose
all-inclusive drive helps others seek to be the best version of
J.P. Leatherby ’22 has had an enormous impact on the Jesuit High
School Sacramento community as he has embodied the principles
required to be a Man for Others.
Charlie Diaz ’22 is a well rounded student, a hard worker, and an
accomplished individual. Along with being the CEO for Jesuit
Robotics, Charlie is a finalist for the National Merit
Scholarship Program, and has had his AP Research project
published in the Journal of Student Research.
Cameron Dunbar ’22, the Student Executive Council President of
Jesuit High School Sacramento, is always trying to make sure he
is setting a solid example for the rest of the student body.
Being a part of multiple sports and the Black Student Union,
Cameron has been involved in the Jesuit community and stepped up
as Student President.
For the past four years, Adam Sherif ’22, a senior at Jesuit High
School Sacramento and the president of Jesuit’s Key Club, has
been making a meaningful impact in the Jesuit community and in
the greater Sacramento area.
This year marked the founding of Jesuit’s Photography Club. The
Photography Club is a place for Jesuit students who are
interested in photography to take interesting photos and compete
in competitions. It is also a place for budding photographers to
sharpen their skills with the help of a community of other Jesuit
“Scream” was released on Jan. 14, 2022 and was directed by Matt
Bettelini-Oplin and Tyler Gillet. The film stars Jenna Ortega,
Mellissa Barea, Dylan Minnete, Neve Campbell as Sidney Prescott,
Courtney Cox as Gale Weathers, and David Arquette as Dewy
After nearly 10 years, former student Mr. Andrew Burrows ’11 has
returned to the Jesuit High School Sacramento campus to pursue
his teaching career in Lalemant Hall. He arrived at Jesuit last
year and currently teaches English 2 and English 3 and is the
moderator of the Sports Talk club, as well. He also taught
Spanish last year.
From Jan. 14 to Jan. 21, the Jesuit High School Sacramento
varsity basketball team played four games. They went 1-3 during
this stretch changing their record from 6-7 to 7-10.
The Jesuit High School Sacramento swimming season is about to
begin on March 2, 2022. The swimming team has gone two years
without the opportunity to compete at a high level due to
COVID-19, and they’re hoping to make a big splash this
From Feb. 2 to Feb. 11, Jesuit High School Sacramento’s varsity basketball team played five games. They went 3-2 over this span to close out the regular season with a record of 13-13.
The variety of clubs at Jesuit High School Sacramento allows for
a rich development of a students personal interests and likings.
The newly established J-Talks Club brings a new take on how to do
this, by incorporating the popular TED Talks-style of
presentation and allowing students to talk about their
The manga “JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure” has recently released its
sixth part “JoJo Stone Ocean” on Netflix. JoJo’s anime adaptation
is being handled by David Productions, an anime production
company which has been in charge of the adaptation since
“Spider-Man: No Way Home” is the long awaited sequel to
“Spider-Man: Homecoming” and “Spider-Man: Far From Home,” and was
released in the United States on Dec. 17, 2021. The film was
directed by Jon Watts, and stars Tom Holland, Zendaya Maree
Stoermer Coleman, Jacob Batalon, Benedict Cumberbatch, Marisa
Tomei, Willem Dafoe, Alfred Molina, Thomas Church, Rhys Ifan,
Jamie Foxx, and J.K. Simmons.
Jesuit High School Sacramento strives to build a successful and
faithful foundation for each and every student throughout their
four years on campus. After being prepared for rigorous courses
and experiencing all the co-curricular activities and social
events that Jesuit offers, there comes the time for every student
to leave campus and do incredible things as a Jesuit alumnus.
The Father Son Mass is an upcoming event at Jesuit High School
Sacramento that will be held on Feb. 6 at 10 a.m. in the Phelan
Chapel of the North American Martyrs. Following the mass, there
will be a reception with coffee and donuts hosted by the Loyola
Jesuit High School Sacramento’s Black Box Theater creates
incredible productions every year that never fail to captivate
and entertain their audiences. In the fall, Jesuit held their
highly anticipated play, “What?!?! A Game Show,” which was
designed as an interactive world trivia game with many jokes and
a light-hearted script.