For Mrs. Colleen Arrigo, who retired from Jesuit High School Sacramento following the 2020-2021 school year, nurturing the “Men for Others” culture came in many forms.
With more than 40 years in Ignatian education — dating back to his time in college, Mr. Michael Cheney has experienced the impact of Jesuit schools as a student, teacher, department chair, and administrator.
Whether it’s students winning awards at art shows or a performance in the Black Box Theater sparking a new discussion, Jesuit High School Sacramento’s art program is one reason many feel the institution is a life-building experience.
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.
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.
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 their league schedule set to begin soon, the Jesuit High School Sacramento varsity baseball team got a key 7-2 win over St. Mary’s High School on Saturday, April 9.
The Jesuit High School Sacramento varsity baseball team split its first two games of the season — defeating Alpha Charter School 6-5 on March 31 and falling 15-3 to De La Salle High School on April 1.
After getting their first win of the season in an overtime thriller last week, the Jesuit High School Marauders will face their toughest test of the season when they face the De La Salle High School Spartans on Thursday, April 1.
While Jesuit High School Sacramento and Christian Brothers High School decided not to call this year’s matchup the annual “Holy Bowl,” last Friday’s game will still go down as one of the better battles between the two longtime rivals.
A graduate of Christian Brothers High School, Ms. Jamie Ralph never envisioned working for its rival, Jesuit High School Sacramento.
Anybody that follows professional baseball knows that trades are a part of the game. Jesuit High School Sacramento graduate Nick Sogard ’16 recently experienced this firsthand.
After a heartbreaking loss denied them a chance to play in the Section Championship last season, the Jesuit High School Sacramento football team was eager to return and prove themselves in 2020.
Each year, Jesuit High School Sacramento takes a week to look at and explore a current social justice issue. Past topics have included mental health and economic injustice while this year’s event is entitled, “The Road to Brotherhood: Striving to Grow as a Diverse Community.”
Back at Jesuit High School Sacramento for the first time in 50 years after becoming the pastor at St. Ignatius Loyola Parish, Father Tom Lucas S.J. ’70 will be the guest speaker at the school’s 2nd Annual President’s Ignatian Lecture on Feb. 11 at 7:00 p.m.
After concluding the first semester, which saw many students safely return to campus amid the COVID-19 pandemic, Jesuit High School Sacramento is looking to build on this success in the second semester.
Jesuit High School Sacramento prides itself on having a brotherhood that is welcoming to new students and enduring for its graduates.
One of Jesuit High School Sacramento’s longest-standing traditions, dating back to its foundation in 1963, is the annual food drive that supports the Stanford Settlement Operation Cratchit Christmas Food Drive.
Each year, a new group of Jesuit High School Sacramento graduates head off to college. While Jesuit alumni attend a diverse set of colleges, located all across the country, a small school in Moraga, California has long been a popular choice.
Update: The “Swing into Senior Year” event has been postponed. The decision was made after Sacramento County, along with eleven other counties, reverted back to California’s most restrictive purple tier as case rates have recently seen an increase across the state.
When discussing issues brought about by COVID-19, many have focused solely on the educational impact, forgetting the pandemic’s influence on athletics. While it seems right to prioritize learning, those involved in sports have also seen a number of changes.
Seven months after in-person classes were suddenly interrupted by the COVID-19 pandemic, Jesuit High School Sacramento is prepared to make its return to campus with a hybrid class schedule and heightened safety protocols beginning Oct. 20.
As one of the more notable events Jesuit High School Sacramento hosts each year, Open House is an opportunity for the school to showcase what makes attending the institution “a life-building experience.” But, due the pandemic, the annual gathering of potential students will have a much different look.
A graduate of Bellarmine Preparatory High School in Tacoma, Washington, Father Perry Petrich S.J. is no stranger to Ignatian education — studying at four Jesuit universities, and gaining work experience at 10 Jesuit schools.
After a little less than a month of digitally learning, Jesuit High School Sacramento students elected their class leaders on Wednesday, Sept 16.
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, Sept. 9.
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 Donghwan Park ’20.
“You are never going to walk again; you are never going to move your hands.”
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 State University.
Serving the greater Sacramento area, Jesuit High School draws students from more than 90 different zip codes.
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.
After 43 years of working at Jesuit High School Sacramento, the 2019-2020 school year will be the “last dance” for Mr. Ross Evans.
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.
Since attending high school at Marymount International School, a Catholic institution in Rome, Italy, Mrs.Victoria Cerati never lost her “profound respect and love for Catholic education.”
A standout leader, athlete, and student at Jesuit High School Sacramento, Cole Barrett ’20 is hard to miss.
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.
With eight years of professional baseball experience, Jesuit High School Sacramento alumnus Zach Green ’12 hopes to be a member of the San Francisco Giants once or if the baseball season commences.
In a competitive election that lasted three days and had two run-off votes for president, the students of Jesuit High School Sacramento elected a new Executive Council for the 2020-2021 school year.
While Jesuit High School in Sacramento is known for producing great runners, Michael Stember ’96 was extraordinary.
Losing only once this season, the Jesuit High School Sacramento soccer team is ranked No. 2 in the state by Maxpreps.
After winning 8 of its last 11 games, the Jesuit High School Sacramento basketball team is on a roll entering the Division II Sac-Joaquin Section Playoffs as the No. 1 seed.
On Wednesday, Feb. 5, 26 Jesuit High School Sacramento student-athletes signed athletic letters of intent to play at the collegiate level in the Fr. Barry Gymnasium.
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 helpless defender.
In a game featuring the Sac-Joaquin Section’s best two teams, fans should be excited as Jesuit High School Sacramento battles the Sheldon High School Huskies this Saturday, Feb. 1.
In arguably the Sac-Joaquin Section’s most thrilling game this season, the Jesuit High School Marauders pulled off a 60-59 overtime win against the Christian Brothers High School Falcons on Saturday.
The win marks Jesuit’s fifth consecutive victory against its longtime rival and improves the team’s record to 10-3.
Pitted against talented basketball programs from the U.S. and Canada, the Jesuit High School Marauders notched a 3rd place finish at the 46th annual Fr. Barry Christmas Classic last week.
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. 14.
With a chance to defend his title, Jesuit High School runner Matt Strangio ’20 finished first at the Division I CIF State Cross Country Championships on Saturday, Nov. 30.
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.