Since being constructed in the ’60s, Jesuit High School
Sacramento’s Father Barry Gymnasium has hosted countless school
masses, fundraisers, athletic competitions, and a number of
different gatherings throughout the years.
In an effort to bring the community together while still
observing COVID-19 guidelines, Jesuit High School Sacramento
invited students, parents, faculty, and staff to watch “Men in
Black” at West Wind Sacramento 6 Drive-In Theater on Wednesday,
Having a strong and supportive community is at the heart of
Jesuit education. The COVID-19 pandemic, however, has made
in-person community building difficult, requiring Jesuit
High School Sacramento to be creative.
With a large number of colleges opting to go online for the first
semester amid concerns over the COVID-19 pandemic, many of Jesuit
High School Sacramento’s most recent graduates will begin college
the same way they ended high school, digitally.
But while learning online seems to be the main feat most newly
graduated students will be forced to conquer, the challenges of
some Marauders go beyond the classroom. One of those students is
“You are never going to walk again; you are never going to move
On May 6, 2017, a doctor from the Santa Clara Valley Medical
Center uttered these words to Robert Paylor ’15, then a sophomore
on the UC Berkeley rugby team. Paylor had sustained a spinal cord
injury in the Varsity Cup Championship match against Arkansas
With advice from state and local health officials, President Rev.
John P. McGarry, S.J. and Principal Mr. Michael Wood ’99
announced Jesuit High School Sacramento would extend online
learning through the end of the 2019-2020 academic year due to
the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. Students and parents received
the news in an email on April 9.
Holding the titles of prefect coordinator, VIP student
coordinator, director of Academics Plus, and coach on the
football and soccer teams at Jesuit High School Sacramento, there
isn’t much Jonathan Isaac doesn’t do.
With six graduates currently in professional baseball, Jesuit
High School Sacramento has a reputation for producing some of the
area’s best baseball talent. That number could grow even larger
this summer when Major League Baseball holds its annual
First-Year Player Draft.
ELK GROVE — When a member of the Sheldon High School basketball
team steals the ball from an opponent, it usually results in one
outcome: a highlight-reel dunk on the other end, sometimes over a
With a chance to compete against basketball programs from
multiple states and countries, the Jesuit High School Marauders
will host the 46th annual Fr. Barry Christmas
Classic Thursday, Dec. 12 through Saturday, Dec.
In the final game of the regular season, the Jesuit High School
Marauders won the Delta League Championship with a 5-4 win over
the Davis Senior High School Blue Devils at American River
College on Tuesday.