An exceptional student, athlete, and religious leader, Michael Chambers ’21 is a remarkable example of the hope that Jesuit High School Sacramento has for all its students.
While it has been common for Jesuit High School Sacramento volleyball teams to be atop the Delta League standings, the 2020-2021 squad is on another level. This year’s team features a number of highly skilled athletes, but one player stands out among the rest.
Each year, the Salutatorian Award is given to a Senior who is recognized as an outstanding representative and religious leader of his class. For the Class of 2021, the recipient was Jake Hall ’21.
In May of 1843, the first Japanese immigrated to the United States. 26 years on, in May of 1869, the transcontinental railroad was completed with the help of thousands of Chinese laborers. Thus Congress designated the month of May as Asian Pacific American Heritage Month in commemoration of those events.
Contributing to the brotherhood through his positive energy and his involvement in several activities, DJ Hoang ’21 is hard to miss on the campus of Jesuit High School Sacramento.
In the afternoon of March 12, 2020, pitcher Tonko Susac ’21 had just finished one of the best performances of his young baseball career — pitching six innings and striking out nine hitters to lead Jesuit High School Sacramento over the nation’s No. 1 ranked team, De La Salle High School.
A gifted slugger, a dominant pitcher, and a humble leader, Devon Walczykowski ’21 does it all for Jesuit baseball
With only six players from last season’s team playing this year, the 2021 Jesuit High School Sacramento varsity baseball team was left shorthanded, especially on the pitching side.
After a day of voting and a run-off vote, students have elected the next Student Executive Council for the 2021-2022 school year.
To honor its graduating seniors, Jesuit High School Sacramento will be holding its Baccalaureate Mass and Graduation for the Class of 2021 at Allworth Financial Stadium on May 21 and 22. Both events start at 7:30 pm.
Heading into their second-to-last Delta League series with a .500 winning percentage, the Jesuit High School Sacramento baseball team needed a strong performance against Davis High School.
After tearing his ACL while playing club soccer his freshman year at Jesuit High School Sacramento, Damian Brunton ’21 was at his lowest point — unable to pursue his passion of soccer for an extended period of time.
Despite being short-handed due to multiple injuries, the Jesuit High School Sacramento basketball team kept their undefeated record intact by defeating Sheldon High School 53-46 on Thursday, May 6.
Jesuit High School Sacramento is holding a Senior Gala on Saturday, May 8.
The Senior Gala was created to serve as a replacement for the traditional Senior Ball, an event that could not be held this year due to COVID-19 restrictions.
On Monday, May 3, the Jesuit High School Sacramento basketball team pulled out a 53-48 victory over Granite Bay High School.
While it’s fair to say the health and performance of athletes is prioritized now more than ever, many still don’t fully understand the essential role athletic trainers serve in school athletics.
With hopes of finishing the baseball season with the best record in the Delta League, the Jesuit High School Sacramento Marauders needed a strong performance in their three-game series against the Sheldon High School Huskies.
After defeating Sheldon High School 3-0 on Tuesday, April 27, the Jesuit High School Sacramento varsity soccer team got another win against Sheldon — winning 1-0 on Thursday, April 29.
Directed by David Fincher and starring Gary Oldman, Amanda Seyfried, and Charles Dance, “Mank,” one of Netflix’s newest films, tells the story of the creative process of Herman J. Mankiewicz as he creates the great movie Citizen Kane.
In the annual matchup between two longtime rivals, the Jesuit High School Sacramento varsity basketball team defeated Christian Brothers High School 69-61 on Saturday, April 24.
Upon graduation, students at Jesuit High School Sacramento aim to embody the five principles of the Grad at Grad. One of the values, intellectual competence, is something few students personify as much as Peter Wisner ’21.