Magis Service Recognition
2021-2022 School Year


Fr. Peter Hans Kolvenbach, SJ, former Superior General of the Society of Jesus (“The Jesuits”) said:

“Students, in the course of their formation, must let the gritty reality of this world into their lives, so they can learn to feel it, think about it critically, respond to its suffering and engage it constructively. They should learn to perceive, think, judge, choose and act for the rights of others, especially the disadvantaged and the oppressed. . . .[T]he measure of Jesuit [schools] is not what our students do but who they become and the adult Christian responsibility they will exercise in future towards their neighbor and their world. For now, the activities they engage in, even with much good effect, are for their formation. This does not make the [school] a training camp for social activists. Rather, the students need close involvement with the poor and the marginal now, in order to learn about reality and become adults of solidarity in the future.”

The Office of Service and Justice at Jesuit High School recognizes and affirms the good work of the following students, each of whom completed more than twice the amount of service required for his grade level. 

Magis is a Latin word meaning “more” or “greater.” In the world of Ignatian spirituality, the notion of the magis is connected to going deeper in response to experiences of God’s love in our lives. All students can pursue the magis simply through their minimum service requirement.

We recognize here those students who, through the external marker of completing more than twice what is required of them in service, have indicated a deep commitment to and love for their vulnerable neighbors in the Sacramento region and elsewhere. 


  • Brady Blum 
  • Bennett Bullard
  • Brandon Curry
  • Raphael Edralin
  • Jayden Gerik Canio
  • Robson Fuentes
  • Zachary McDonald
  • Amaury McKinney
  • Jack Orcutt
  • Tyson Orr
  • William Pannier
  • Evan Slama
  • Kai Switlick
  • Rishi Vasanthan
  • Preston Weninger
  • Ali Zaidi


  • Alexander Brown
  • James Collier
  • John Ford
  • Thomas Fox
  • Luke Herbelin
  • Andrew Raphael Maulino
  • Colin McGhee
  • Christopher Mealey
  • Tyler Pham
  • Camren Taylor


  • Nick Bruce
  • Kenny Castro
  • John Paul Chapman
  • Ben Condrin
  • Mason Drake
  • Jared Elder
  • Mason Fat
  • Paolo Golde
  • Ryan Lee
  • Evan Lopez
  • Jayson Mai
  • Micah Nagel
  • Cormac O’Flaherty
  • Gabryel Palamiano
  • Joseph Pyle
  • Ian Rexroad
  • Noah Sanchez
  • Charles Sander
  • Daniel Sokoler
  • Julian Stassi
  • Jacob Swanson
  • Miles Yee


  • Hayden Carroll
  • Tommy Contreras
  • Alonso Lee
  • Matthew Mellas
  • Adam Sherif
  • Angelo Trajeco

*Please Note: Award Certificates will be mailed in the coming weeks – if you do not see your name on this list, and believe it is in error, please reach out to Ms. Brabec in the Office of Service & Justice (