What virus mitigation protocols will be in place to keep my
Jesuit has been a leader in the safe return to school since fall
2020. Following an approved Safe Return Plan, under the
guidelines set forth by the California Department of Public
Health (CDPH) and County of Sacramento, Jesuit maintains
stringent virus mitigation to return to the classroom in a manner
that is both safe for students, as well as faculty and
staff. The goal for summer programs is to continue our
safety protocols while achieving as much normalcy as possible.
Jesuit will continue to be nimble and flexible, responding to any
and all modifications in order to adhere to COVID guidelines.
Jesuit will also maintain fluid communication with participants
to keep everyone updated on adjustments and modifications.
Jesuit will continue to follow virus mitigation and safety
protocols throughout the summer. Measures that will be taken
include: daily symptom checks, mandate masks be worn on campus,
facilitate space to maintain six feet of physical distance,
ensure ventilated classrooms, offer outdoor dining and non-class
time space, as well as respond professionally and promptly to any
cases that arise. Your student’s safety is paramount to
Jesuit faculty and staff and we will be working continuously to
do what is necessary to keep everyone safe and healthy. Click
here to review Jesuit High School’s Safe Return Plan.
During the school year, Jesuit students were screened for
COVID-19 at regular intervals in order to learn in-person on
campus. Will Jesuit continue its rapid-antigen screening program
for in-person activities during the summer?
No. At this point we anticipate students being able to attend
classes and summer programs on campus in a safe manner by
implementing physical distancing, sanitation, mask-wearing and
We’re excited about having our son/daughter participate in a camp
on campus! What happens if Sacramento County is placed in a “Stay
at Home Order”?
If a camp or class cannot be transitioned to an online format,
the camp or class will be cancelled. In this scenario, families
will be contacted via email. Students who are registered for a
camp or class that has not begun will be offered a full refund.
Students who are registered for a camp or class that is
in-progress will be offered a pro-rated refund. The refund would
be calculated based on the number of days of participation prior
to the start of the “Stay at Home Order.”
With all of the “protocols” in place, is my son/daughter going to
have any fun at camp?
Of Course! Protocols will need to be followed and check-in and
out may be a bit more laborious than normal, but once the camp
starts we plan to be as normal and fun as possible. Our camps are
led by our highly qualified coaching staff and teachers, and
assisted by our current athletes and students, who can make
anything fun, as well as provide a strong example of what it
means to be a Jesuit student.
Are parents allowed to stay and watch a sports camp?
No. Currently Jesuit High School is trying to minimize
exposures. As we get closer to the start of camp, if we are able
to modify this arrangement, families will be updated.
Are temperature screenings a mandatory requirement before
Yes, temperature checks will be a daily occurrence. They will
also be a determining factor as to whether or not your child will
be able to participate on any given day. Jesuit will continue to
follow virus mitigation and safety protocols throughout the
summer. Measures that will be taken include: daily symptom
checks, including temperature checks, mandate masks be worn on
campus, facilitate space to maintain six feet of physical
distance, ensure ventilated classrooms, offer outdoor dining and
non-class time space, as well as respond professionally and
promptly to any cases that arise. Your student’s safety is
paramount to Jesuit faculty and staff and we will be working
continuously to do what is necessary to keep everyone safe and
healthy. Click here to review Jesuit
High School’s Safe Return Plan.
My student needs to miss one day of camp—can my camp fee be
No. Camp fees cannot be pro-rated. Please let the coach oe camp
leader know about the absence on the first day of camp.
What is the cancellation policy?
Prior to the start of camp – 100% refundable
After camp begins – refunds are given at the discretion of the
Director of Summer Programs.
Please send us an email at email@example.com
if there are unusual circumstances to be considered. We’re happy
How do I register for camp?
Please visit our Summer registration
How do I know if there is still room in a camp?
Please visit our registration site at www.summeratjesuit.com. If a
camp appears as an option for registration, then there is still
room available. If a camp shows that it is closed and taking a
waiting list, then the camp has reached capacity. Sports Camps
and Academy Camps have a one-time fee which should be paid by
credit card at the time of registration.
What if I purchased a certificate at my elementary school’s
auction? How do I use the certificate?
There was a letter attached to the certificate that includes a
coupon code. Visit our registration site and when prompted on the
payment page, enter the coupon code.
What if I have already registered and I want to make changes to
the camps that my student is registered for? Can I make changes
No. If you need to change or cancel a camp, please send us an
email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We’ll contact you.
Is financial aid available?
Unfortunately, financial aid is not available for Sports Camps
and Academy Camps. Financial aid is available for Academics Plus.
Please complete the application online on our registration
My student is participating in a camp in the morning and a camp
in the afternoon. Can they stay on campus between camps? Is there
The student is welcome to stay on campus but there is no adult
supervision between camps. Students will need to make their own
way to the next activity.
Is the library open over the summer? Can my student stay after
class to study or wait for a ride?
The library is not open over the summer. Students are welcome to
stay on campus but there is no indoor area open and no adult
supervision. The campus is open and students are welcome to take
advantage of our beautiful campus including picnic tables and
I have questions that are not answered here. I would prefer to
speak to someone over the phone.
For the fastest response, please send us an
email. Phone inquiries/messages can be left at
(916) 482-6060, option 3, option 2. You will receive a return
call within 24-48 hours. Calls are routinely returned after
school lets out in the afternoon. Thank you for your patience