Jesuit High School of Sacramento is a Roman Catholic college preparatory dedicated to forming competent young men into conscientious leaders in compassionate service to others for the greater glory of God. The school’s purpose is to service the young men of the wider Sacramento area, from every ethnic and socio-economic background and a broad spectrum of academic achievement. Enrollment is at capacity and includes a senior class of 248. Traditionally, 98-100% of our graduates go immediately to college, 85% to four-year institutions, approximately 33% to private colleges and universities. Sixty-five percent of the Jesuit professional and certificated staff hold a Master’s Degree or higher. Our student to faculty ratio is 14:1 with a student counselor ratio of 180:1.
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Jesuit High School Sacramento is pleased to report that they have received its formal notice from the Western Catholic Education Association who has granted Jesuit Sacramento’s accreditation through June 30, 2026. This clear six-year accreditation status is a testament to the great work from faculty and staff for their meaningful engagement in the process. Jesuit Sacramento will continue to use our Educational Improvement Plan to inform and guide our work.
Fostering a community of respect, dignity, and inclusion for students of all backgrounds.
The Jesuit High School Office of Equity and Inclusion works to foster a community of respect, dignity, and inclusion for students of all backgrounds. JHS is open to all qualified students from all groups and aims to deepen the educational experience as students of all backgrounds learn to interact effectively with each other.