From mascotting for Jesuit’s Galley Crew to being on the
prosecution team in Mock Trial, Ryder Spradlin ’22 has
accumulated valuable life experience from his engagement in the
many opportunities that Jesuit High School Sacramento has
Among Jesuit High School Sacramento’s clubs and after school
activities stands the Dungeoneer’s Club. In the Dungeoneer’s
Club, Jesuit’s “Dungeon and Dragons” adventurers play the
interactive game with their peers.
The mainstream video game developing studio, Psyonix, just
released a new mobile spin off of their poster game, “Rocket
League.” “Rocket League Sideswipe” has been available on IOS and
Android for Psyonix’s North American audience since Dec. 2, 2021,
and players are loving it.
“Squid Game,” the South Korean hit Netflix series was released
Sept. 17, 2021. “Squid Game”is about a small group of wealthy
elites kidnapping and coercing the poor in South Korea, who are
in grave debt, to compete in life-and-death versions of popular
children’s games. “Squid Game” dystopian themes
incorporate many of the contemporary real world problems that the
world faces today.
Jesuit High School Sacramento students took a trip to Washington
D.C. for the annual Ignatian Family Teach-in for Justice that
took place at the Washington Hilton Hotel throughout the weekend
of Nov. 6.
The group of nine students made the 2,500 mile trip with the
objective of increasing their understanding of justice while also
perpetuating it. While on the trip, the students visited
historical museums, took part in a night protest, and spent time
at the National Mall.
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
Jesuit High School Sacramento is hosting their 50th annual high
school reunion within the upcoming Alumni Weekend which will take
place on Sept. 24 to 26 on campus. Jesuit is welcoming the
classes of 1970-1971, 1980-1981, 1990-1991, 2000-2001, and
2010-2011 to the celebration.
The weekend is filled with six events which all aim to aid the
alums in regrounding their roots here at Jesuit, including the
50th Annual Lunch Tour and the 50th Reunion dinner.