Jesuit High School Sacramento provides many resources to support
Jesuit students’ mental health and well-being. One such resource
is the Wellness Center, located next to the King Library.
“Tetris” is a biographical thriller about the history of the
videogame by the same name. It was released on March 15,
2023 and was directed by Jon S. Baird and written by Noah
Every day, Timothy Monroe ’23 puts his full effort into
everything he does. Whether he’s being a leader, a student, or a
friend, Timothy is always working to cultivate his skills and
those of others.
Jesuit High School Sacramento has a long tradition of forming the
leaders of the future, which is, in fact, one of the stated goals
of a Jesuit education.
Junior varsity basketball Coach, Algebra 1, and AP Statistics teacher Mr. Eddie Ralph has been coaching at Jesuit High School Sacramento for three years, but this is his first year as a teacher on campus.
On Friday, Aug. 19, the Jesuit High School Sacramento community celebrated the Mass of the Holy Spirit. This mass is not just an annual tradition for our school, but Jesuit high schools and universities all over the world start the new year in the same way.
For the season of Lent, Jesuit High School Sacramento hosted a
week-by-week Lenten Service Drive. Starting March 11 and ending
on April 8, 2022, the Office of Service and Justice collected
specific items in order to fulfill a need in the local Sacramento
Every year students at Jesuit High School Sacramento elect new
representatives to the Executive Student Council. On March 22,
2022, Students listened to each candidate’s speeches and voted,
eventually deciding the members of Jesuit’s new student
“The Planets” is a seven-movement orchestral suite by Gustav
Holst, which was composed in 1916 and first performed in Sept.
1918. My favorite rendition is the recording by the Berlin
Philharmonic, Rundfunkchor Berlin, and Sir Simon Rattle, which
was released in 2006.
On Wednesday, March 2, 2022, the Jesuit High School Sacramento
community celebrated Ash Wednesday in the gym; it marked the
first all-school mass for the first time in two years.
The Jesuit High School Sacramento swimming season is about to
begin on March 2, 2022. The swimming team has gone two years
without the opportunity to compete at a high level due to
COVID-19, and they’re hoping to make a big splash this
“Spider-Man: No Way Home” is the long awaited sequel to
“Spider-Man: Homecoming” and “Spider-Man: Far From Home,” and was
released in the United States on Dec. 17, 2021. The film was
directed by Jon Watts, and stars Tom Holland, Zendaya Maree
Stoermer Coleman, Jacob Batalon, Benedict Cumberbatch, Marisa
Tomei, Willem Dafoe, Alfred Molina, Thomas Church, Rhys Ifan,
Jamie Foxx, and J.K. Simmons.
The Father Son Mass is an upcoming event at Jesuit High School
Sacramento that will be held on Feb. 6 at 10 a.m. in the Phelan
Chapel of the North American Martyrs. Following the mass, there
will be a reception with coffee and donuts hosted by the Loyola
On Nov. 13, the Jesuit High School Sacramento marauder band had
their long-awaited field show at their home football field. The
band played the song “Glory Days” from the 2004 Pixar film “The
Incredibles.” A multitude of people attended the event, which the
student-led band had been practicing for months.
“Spider-Man No Way Home,” the long-awaited sequel to “Spider-Man Far From Home,” is directed by Jon Watts and will be released on Dec. 17, 2021. Some actors confirmed to be in the movie include Tom Holland, Zendaya Maree Stoermer Coleman, Benedict Cumberbatch, Jamie Foxx, Alfred Molina, J.K. Simmons, and Willem Dafoe.
The dramatic comedy “Ted Lasso” aired its first episode on the streaming service Apple TV+ on Aug. 14, 2020, and the last episode of its 2nd season aired Oct. 8, 2021. The show was developed by Jason Sudeikis, Bill Lawrence, Brendan Hunt, and Joe Kelly.
In the show, an American Division II college football coach, Ted Lasso played by Jason Sudeikis, is hired to coach for a Premier League soccer team in Britain by its new owner Rebecca Welton, played by Hannah Waddingham. Ted’s coaching abilities are underestimated by both the team and the country but he perseveres because of his undying optimism.
With many different clubs offered at Jesuit High School Sacramento, it is easy to find a club that suits everyone. However, you will find few clubs among them as impactful as the Jesuit Key Club, a student-led group focused on service, building character, and leadership.
The morning of Oct. 31, Jesuit High School Sacramento hosted their annual Mother-Son Mass in the Father Barry Gymnasium.
According to Father Aaron Engebretson S.J. the mass was primarily about bringing mothers and sons together through prayer.
Oct. 19, marked the celebration of the Feast of the North American Martyrs. These patron saints of Jesuit High School Sacramento serve an important role in our community, to Jesuits, and to Catholics everywhere.
The group consists of eight saints: Saint René Goupil, Saint Isaac Jogues, Saint Jean de Lalande, Saint Antoine Daniel, Saint Jean de Brébeuf, Saint Noël Chabanel, Saint Charles Garnier, and Saint Gabriel Lalemant. These saints were all French Jesuits who died on a mission to North America in the 1600s.
Jesuit High School Sacramento’s varsity cross country team won the first league meet of the season at Cherry Island on Sept. 29. Jesuit’s varsity team ran three miles for their race, beating Davis Senior High School by 17 points and finishing with an average time of 15:26.6.
Nearly every year, Jesuit High School Sacramento hosts an intramural basketball tournament where students from all grade levels compete. With the return of in-person school, this annual event returned as well.
The event was set up by the Students Activities Office in collaboration with Student Council and took place during Community periods starting on Aug. 31 and ending on Sept. 23.
In their second game of the season, Jesuit High School Sacramento’s varsity football team notched a win against Granite Bay High School with the final score of 28-14 on Friday, Sept. 3rd.
Jesuit handed GBHS their first loss, after starting the season undefeated (2-0). A key performance by Jesuit quarterback Preston Vukovich ’22 had a lot to do with Jesuit’s much-needed victory. He threw for 88 yards on a 63 percent completion rate, in addition to throwing two touchdown passes.