On any given day at Jesuit High School Sacramento, about 20 to 40
students are absent. But due to the sudden resurgence of COVID-19
through the Omicron strain of the virus, over 100 students were
absent each day from Jan. 3-7.
At Jesuit High School Sacramento, the Junior Overnight Retreats
finished as of Nov.10. This retreat is an essential experience at
Jesuit that gives the junior class an opportunity to take a break
from day-to-day life in order to reflect on their lives by
focusing on their relationship with God and others.
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.
After tearing his ACL while playing club soccer his freshman year
at Jesuit High School Sacramento, Damian Brunton ’21 was at his
lowest point — unable to pursue his passion of soccer for an
extended period of time.
Last year’s Jesuit High School Sacramento Varsity Baseball team
was special. They began the 2019-2020 season 3-0, including a win
over the nation’s best team in De La Salle High School, before
all sports were cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Allowing students to reflect on the past, think about the future,
and discover the person God is calling them to be, student
retreats are part of what makes Jesuit High School Sacramento
a life-building experience.
2020 has often been referred to as one of the most difficult
years in modern history. As the Jesuit High School Sacramento
community starts the new year, they reflect back on 2020 and
share their hopes for a better year in 2021.