Student Activities and Campus Life
Student activities are a vital and necessary component of the curriculum at Jesuit High School. Club participation is just one of the ways our students can form and foster relationships with peers who share similar interests, create a positive impact on the school and greater community, promote physical and social development, provide opportunities for leadership, and further develop their interests and talents.
Wednesday Student Support Days kick off on January 13
Whether you come to campus Wednesday mornings for academic support or choose to wait until the afternoon, all students are welcome to come for the first of many weekly Student Activities sponsored Wednesday afternoon spirit events. All Spirit Activity attendees must check-in outside the gym lobby and be prepared with school ID, mask, and device/phone to display screening status.
Jesuit High School has a wide variety of academic, heritage, service, and special interest clubs
For Every Interest
Students want more out of high school than classrooms, whiteboards, and report cards. So, a vital part of our campus life is our Clubs and Activities Programs. Our goal is that students acquire knowledge about themselves through working with others and in cooperation with students of different interests, backgrounds, and personalities. The level of engagement or club organization changes from year to year based on interest. Jesuit offers many clubs to choose from, but if you don’t see the right one for you, we encourage you to start a new one!
We look forward to watching our Class of 2024 walk across the stage at the historic and beautiful Sacramento Memorial Auditorium. Periodically throughout your senior year, we will send a quick reminder about events specific to your journey. Some are time-sensitive – even in this first month of school – while others are just “save the dates” for now, and more information will continue to be shared as we get closer to the event.