For the last four years, Dylan Tsoi ’23 has been a hard working,
compassionate individual. In addition to being an academically
successful student, Dylan has excelled at playing tennis and
being a “Man for Others” on and off the court.
On Saturday, Jan. 28, Jesuit High School Sacramento invited
Jesuit and St. Francis High School students to attend Movie
Night, where “Top Gun: Maverick” was shown, with plenty of
snacks, and time to hang out with friends.
Psychological thriller film “Don’t Worry Darling” hit theaters on
Sept. 23, 2022. The movie was directed by Olivia Wilde and
written by Katie Silberman, and features a star-studded cast
including Florence Pugh, Harry Styles, Chris Pine, and Gemma
On Friday, Nov. 4, Jesuit Drama held the Opening Night Gala and
Performance of the fall play “Final Letters,” a company-created
production based off of the Yad Vashem Archive’s “Final Letters.”
This solemn yet educational production presents emotional letters
written by Jewish victims of the Holocaust while under Nazi
Mr. Richard Hanson began working at Jesuit High School Sacramento this year as a statistics and computer science teacher. He taught at Amador Valley High School for 29 years before coming to Jesuit.
Mr. Hanson appreciates the kindness of the faculty, staff, and students that has helped him adjust to teaching at Jesuit.
Starting on Friday Oct. 7, Jesuit High School Sacramento is hosting a weekend-long event known as the Alumni Reunion Weekend.
This fall, Jesuit High School Sacramento’s Black Box Theater will perform the upcoming play “Final Letters,” a company-created performance that illustrates historical letters from victims of the Holocaust in Nazi Germany.
The counselors at Jesuit High School Sacramento dedicate an immense amount of time preparing students for the next chapter of their lives: college.
On Feb. 18, 2022, the intense sci-fi thriller “Severance” aired its first episode on Apple TV+. The show’s season finale was released on April 8, and was created, written, and produced by Dan Erikson and directed by Ben Stiller and Aoife McArdle.
On Thursday, March 31, Jesuit High School Sacramento held their
exciting annual Spring Orchestra Concert. Hosted by Orchestra
Teacher Mr. Paolo Reyes, this production highlighted student
performances from the Beginner Strings, String Orchestra, and
Symphony Orchestra groups.
Since Jesuit’s founding in 1963, Jogues Hall, Jesuit’s first
classroom building, still stands tall.
The Netflix limited series “Inventing Anna,” created by Shonda
Rhimes, was released on Feb. 11, 2022. The show stars Julia
Garner, Anna Chlumsky, Laverne Cox, Katie Lowes, Alexis Floyd,
The class of 2023 had their freshman year cut short by COVID-19
pandemic as well as many having their sophomore year fully
digitalized. Now, juniors at Jesuit High School Sacramento are
finishing their first full year on campus, enthusiastic to kick
off their more normal and surely memorable high school
This year provided millions of people with new songs and special albums that deserve to be recognized. This coming Sunday, April 3, is the 64th Annual Grammy Awards, a night that celebrates the music industry and all the art that singers and musicians have created in the past year.
On Oct. 1, 2021, Netflix released the 27th Annual Critics Choice
Nominee series “Maid.” This emotional series is based off of the
true story memoir, “Maid: Hard Work, Low Pay, and a Mother’s Will
to Survive” by Stephanie Land in 2019. The show features Margaret
Qualley, Nick Robinson, Andie MacDowell, Raymond Ablack, Rylea
Nevaeh Whittet, Anika Noni Rose, and more.
Jesuit High School Sacramento strives to build a successful and
faithful foundation for each and every student throughout their
four years on campus. After being prepared for rigorous courses
and experiencing all the co-curricular activities and social
events that Jesuit offers, there comes the time for every student
to leave campus and do incredible things as a Jesuit alumnus.
Jesuit High School Sacramento’s Black Box Theater creates
incredible productions every year that never fail to captivate
and entertain their audiences. In the fall, Jesuit held their
highly anticipated play, “What?!?! A Game Show,” which was
designed as an interactive world trivia game with many jokes and
a light-hearted script.
One of Netflix’s Original limited series, “The Queen’s Gambit,”
was first released on Netflix on Oct. 23, 2020. This captivating
show directed by Scott Frank and starring Anya Taylor-Joy has won
11 Grammys and is critically acclaimed among many.
“You,” the intense thriller and drama series available on
Netflix, released its long-awaited third season on Oct. 15, 2021.
This captivating show that first released on Sept. 9, 2018, has
grown immensely in popularity and is a big hit among many
teenagers and adults.
On June 2, 2020 “Valorant,” a competitive addition to PC gaming, hit the market.
“Valorant,” released by Riot Games, is a first-person shooter multiplayer game that currently involves 16 different playable agents and seven unique maps each with their own unique features. Valorant, also known as “Valo,” is constantly releasing brand new exciting content, including new agents and maps that continue to draw current players closer to the game while simultaneously bringing new players to the fanbase.
Ms. Windi Mitchell is not new to the faculty at Jesuit High School Sacramento, she previously worked at Jesuit in 2017-2019 before returning to Jesuit for the 2021-22 school year. Ms. Mitchell has a lengthy history of working with Jesuit institutions as a coordinator for Service and Justice, a theology teacher, and a Jesuit volunteer.
An intense storm brought power outages, flooding, and the cancellation of classes on Monday, Oct. 25 at Jesuit High School Sacramento. Through a lot of hard work and dedication from Jesuit’s Technology Office and our Buildings and Ground crews, the school was able to invite students back to campus the next day.
Many staff members, one being Plant Manager Paul Speers, played a major role in stopping the floods and finding a way to turn the power back on. He explains what happened when the issue started and what they did to fix it.
After being unable to fully come back to campus during the 2019-2020 school year due to COVID-19, students at Jesuit High School Sacramento returned this year to fully in-person activities with an eager desire to come together and grow the relationships they have formed in the Jesuit community.
As students adjust to in-person learning and activities this school year, one of the most important aspects Jesuit has been focusing on is building community and coming together to form new relationships.