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.
On Saturday, Oct. 28, the Jesuit High School Sacramento varsity
football team beat the Davis High School Blue Devils 41-15. This
win gave Jesuit a record of 8-1 and brought their winning streak
The team continued to command the field, particularly quarterback
Trenton Dewar ’23, who threw for 147 yards. Another standout
performance was running back and linebacker Tatum Pappas ’23 who
rushed 92 yards, recorded five tackles, and scored a touchdown.
By the end of the first half, the Marauders amassed a 35-0
On Saturday, September 25th, 2021, Jesuit High School
Sacramento’s annual Homecoming Dance took place at Haggin Oaks
Golf Complex. With last year’s homecoming being canceled due to
COVID-19 related reasons, this homecoming was more important than
Lots of change had to occur in order to allow Jesuit’s Homecoming
Dance to take place. One of the largest changes was the change in
venue for the dance.
On Saturday, Sept. 25, the Jesuit High School Sacramento
Marauders had a tremendous 45-0 victory over Inderkum High School
in their Homecoming football game.
The Marauders started off hot with a 12 yard TD pass just five
minutes into the first quarter by quarterback Trenton Dewar ’23
to running back Kai Santos ’22, to go up 7-0. With five minutes
to go in the second quarter, cornerback Jackson Hagopian ’22 made
the game 14-0, with a massive 62-yard pick six.
With the return of in-person school this year, some normalities
have been changed, but for Jesuit High School Sacramento,
tradition has not been forgotten.
Spirit Week, the week before Homecoming, has always been a school
favorite with many activities and competitions creating a week of
fun. With the return of fully in-person school, the student
council is making sure to bring back an action packed week.
Making an easier transition to high school for freshmen has
always been a top priority for Jesuit High School Sacramento. But
with the pandemic limiting in-person interaction, and after
having complete online learning until Oct. 20, this year’s
freshmen class hasn’t had a typical introduction to the Jesuit
To conclude each semester, Jesuit High School Sacramento has its
“finals week” — typically one of the more stressful times of the
school year for both students and teachers. But due to the
pandemic, the school made some modifications to finals for the
With final exams over and the first semester of the 2020-2021
school year in the books, members of the Jesuit High School
Sacramento community are enjoying their Christmas Break. But
while the holidays are usually a time to come together, things
are sure to be different this year considering that four of
California’s five regions are under a stay-at-home order.
Luigi’s Pizza Parlor, located on Stockton Boulevard, is one of
the oldest pizza parlors in Sacramento. After opening in 1953,
Luigi’s has had several different owners, with the current owner
being Jesuit High School Sacramento alumnus, Mark Delgado ’97.
Rowing is one of the oldest collegiate sports and has been a part
of almost every Olympic Games. The first American regatta, or
rowing race, took place in 1762 and now crew athletes compete in
races held all over the country.
Each year, Jesuit High School hosts several Shadow Days that
allow potential Jesuit students to “shadow” a current student for
a day. Prospective students get a glimpse of what life is like on
campus and in the classrooms during a typical school day.
Isaac Serwanga ’08 is a motivational speaker, author, educational
consultant, and advocate for the personal and professional
development of high school and college-age students. He has
spoken throughout the country to high school, college, and
corporate audiences on topics such as personal branding,
networking, and motivation.