In the classrooms of Garnier Hall, Ms. Emma Doerfler can be found
teaching English to freshmen and sophomores. She has been a
teacher at Jesuit High School Sacramento for two years now,
instructing English 1 and English 2, and has also been involved
with the Cross Country team.
After not having a cross country season last year due to the
COVID-19 pandemic, the Jesuit High School Sacramento varsity
cross country team was finally able to compete this year. The
team had a successful season finishing first in the Delta League,
first in the Division I Section Championship, and fifth at the
Division I State Championship.
“No Time to Die” was released in theatres on Oct. 8th 2021, and
is the 25th and final film of Daniel Craig’s rendition of James
Bond. The film is directed by Cary Joji Fukunaga, and stars
Daniel Craig, Ana De Armas, Rami Malek, Lea Seydoux, and many
“Squid Game,” the South Korean hit Netflix series was released
Sept. 17, 2021. “Squid Game”is about a small group of wealthy
elites kidnapping and coercing the poor in South Korea, who are
in grave debt, to compete in life-and-death versions of popular
children’s games. “Squid Game” dystopian themes
incorporate many of the contemporary real world problems that the
world faces today.
Established in 2018 and designed around bringing people and ideas
together to create local entrepreneurial ventures, the Jesuit
High School Sacramento Entrepreneur’s Club offers a multitude of
tools and resources so that students may access the world of
“The Artful Escape” is a new indie game on the market that
tackles the ideas of finding identity and the creative process in
a new and exciting way. Although the game had its fair share of
troubles in trying to get off the ground, it was finally released
on Sept. 9, 2021.
The 2021-22 Jesuit High School Sacramento Marauders water polo season was a memorable comeback season after a 2020 season that was heavily impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Review: “Spider-Man No Way Home” looks to be a promising and ambitious film despite only a few details revealed
“Spider-Man No Way Home,” the long-awaited sequel to “Spider-Man Far From Home,” is directed by Jon Watts and will be released on Dec. 17, 2021. Some actors confirmed to be in the movie include Tom Holland, Zendaya Maree Stoermer Coleman, Benedict Cumberbatch, Jamie Foxx, Alfred Molina, J.K. Simmons, and Willem Dafoe.
Jesuit High School Sacramento students took a trip to Washington D.C. for the annual Ignatian Family Teach-in for Justice that took place at the Washington Hilton Hotel throughout the weekend of Nov. 6.
The group of nine students made the 2,500 mile trip with the objective of increasing their understanding of justice while also perpetuating it. While on the trip, the students visited historical museums, took part in a night protest, and spent time at the National Mall.
“UFC 4” was released on Aug. 14 of 2020 and was developed by Electronic Arts Inc. and published under the company’s sports division, EA Sports. “UFC 4” is the fourth installment in the series following up “UFC 3,” which was released on Dec. 1, 2017.
The game follows the classic sports game template with a “Career Mode,” a “Play Now” mode and an “Online” mode. Even though the game doesn’t add to the classic format of sports games, it doesn’t stop the existing game modes from being fun.
On Saturday, Nov. 20 the Jesuit High School Sacramento varsity football team faced Folsom High School in the Sac-Joaquin Section Semifinals. Jesuit came short of FHS by one point in a 21-22 loss marking their first loss in eleven games and the end of their season.
The dramatic comedy “Ted Lasso” aired its first episode on the streaming service Apple TV+ on Aug. 14, 2020, and the last episode of its 2nd season aired Oct. 8, 2021. The show was developed by Jason Sudeikis, Bill Lawrence, Brendan Hunt, and Joe Kelly.
In the show, an American Division II college football coach, Ted Lasso played by Jason Sudeikis, is hired to coach for a Premier League soccer team in Britain by its new owner Rebecca Welton, played by Hannah Waddingham. Ted’s coaching abilities are underestimated by both the team and the country but he perseveres because of his undying optimism.
At Jesuit High School Sacramento, the Junior Overnight Retreats finished as of Nov.10. This retreat is an essential experience at Jesuit that gives the junior class an opportunity to take a break from day-to-day life in order to reflect on their lives by focusing on their relationship with God and others.
On June 2, 2020 “Valorant,” a competitive addition to PC gaming, hit the market.
“Valorant,” released by Riot Games, is a first-person shooter multiplayer game that currently involves 16 different playable agents and seven unique maps each with their own unique features. Valorant, also known as “Valo,” is constantly releasing brand new exciting content, including new agents and maps that continue to draw current players closer to the game while simultaneously bringing new players to the fanbase.
Ms. Windi Mitchell is not new to the faculty at Jesuit High School Sacramento, she previously worked at Jesuit in 2017-2019 before returning to Jesuit for the 2021-22 school year. Ms. Mitchell has a lengthy history of working with Jesuit institutions as a coordinator for Service and Justice, a theology teacher, and a Jesuit volunteer.
Jesuit football prepares to face Folsom in rematch for opportunity to reach the Sac-Joaquin Section Championship
On Saturday, Nov. 20, the Jesuit High School Sacramento varsity football team will play the Folsom High School Bulldogs in the Sac-Joaquin Section semifinals on Jesuit’s home field. Jesuit enters the game as the second seed in the playoffs while FHS are the third seed.
Jesuit key club provides service opportunities with a real impact on the community to Jesuit Students
With many different clubs offered at Jesuit High School Sacramento, it is easy to find a club that suits everyone. However, you will find few clubs among them as impactful as the Jesuit Key Club, a student-led group focused on service, building character, and leadership.
On Saturday, Nov. 13, the Jesuit High School Sacramento varsity football team faced Del Oro High School in the Sac-Joaquin Section Semifinals. Jesuit won 40-6, furthering their playoff hopes and earning their 11th straight win.
Making the transition from middle school to high school has always been an integral part of a student’s growth. Jesuit High School Sacramento goes to great lengths to make this transition for freshmen as easy as possible.
Coming off of a year that saw a global pandemic limit campus and community life, Dean LaRoddric Theodule is looking to improve and reinvigorate the campus, starting with the freshmen. Dean Theodule explains how the Freshman Retreat was an integral part of the freshmen’s development at Jesuit.
The Veterans Appreciation Club is one of the several new clubs this year at Jesuit High School Sacramento.
The club was founded by William Ruggles ’22 to focus attention on veterans in our community and to donate needed goods to local military hospitals. William was inspired to start a club focused on giving back to veterans because of his own family’s military history, which goes back several generations.