We have worked to provide a streamlined approach in directing you to online merchants from whom you may purchase your course materials. Rather than shopping around online at multiple merchant sites one by one, this link allows you to obtain the same results with just a few simple clicks. It eliminates the need to copy and paste multiple ISBNs over and over again into individual merchant sites in order to find the best deal.
All of our ebooks can now be accessed by any device operating system (windows, iOS, or Mac) via the internet.
PLEASE NOTE: When you are working on the textbooks page, please do not use the “back” button on your browser. This creates an error where the system does not perform as expected and you will see the same books you just looked at. If you need to go back, there is a “Go Back” button on the page (under the Jesuit Logo Shield) that will take you to the correct location. This is a known problem with the developer and they are working on a solution.
Please note: Algebra 1, Geometry and Algebra 2 books are not yet available. Please return to this page after August 1st to order your ebook.
For all current policies regarding the textbooks please refer the section on Textbooks/Ebooks in your Student Parent Handbook and any direct communications from the school.
Returning students please log into your PowerSchool account to access your student schedules for the 2021-2022 academic year. Reminder: the mobile version of PowerSchool will not allow you to see your schedule, please make sure you are using the desktop version.
Remember, students are responsible for completing summer reading assignments before the first day of instruction. Summer reading is posted by year level on the website. Please use the search keyword “Summer Reading” to locate the assignments or use the bundled content link below.
This quick “at-a-glance” calendar includes major school holidays and traditions that our school year is built around. Our more detailed calendar will publish on our website later this summer. As we move forward together we want you to have these important dates for your planning.
All calendared school events and activities, along with the daily bell schedule
Please refer frequently to the online calendar on the Jesuit High School website for the most up-to-date information on upcoming events and the daily bell schedule.
Online calendar: View Full Calendar
Dress Code & Personal Appearance Policy
Includes examples and dress policies for standard, casual and dress attire
- Please see our Face Coverings Policy for the most current guidance on when and how to wear masks.
- Students must wear a collared JHS-authorized logowear shirt to school each day.
- Only JHS-authorized sweatshirts, windbreakers, zip-ups, and other outerwear may be worn to school.
Free tutoring for students, by students! CSF is a group of really academically talented students with sound experience in every subject.
Parking permits for the 2021-2022 school year will be available for purchase in mid-August. Permits will be $25 and should be purchased online and picked up in the Dean’s Office.
Limited availability, order online & pickup
If you are experiencing a mental health emergency call 911 or go to your nearest emergency room.
24hr National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-8255
National Crisis Text Line: Text HOME to 741741
(a caring professional will text you back immediately)
It is our expectation that students will not switch from on-campus learning to distance learning (or vice versa) during the course of the day without a parent notifying the Dean’s Office. Any student who needs to leave campus early or arrive on campus late for any reason should have a parent/guardian leave a message for the Dean’s Office through the attendance line. This communication is critical for the Dean’s Office to maintain accurate attendance records for all students that are present on campus.
Formerly called Staying Connected, this update provides parents, students, faculty, and staff valuable information about happenings at Jesuit High School Sacramento.
We also invite our greater Jesuit Sacramento community to read this newsletter to find out what is happening at 1200 Jacob Lane and to keep in touch with your Marauders.
Taken from the updated Faculty Handbook (Appendix E-7 Principles of Constructive Dialogue)
To guide our conversations, all members of our community will commit to following the 7 Principles of Constructive Dialogue. These Principles will provide the framework for respectful conversations so we may all learn and grow from each other’s insights and perspectives.
Presume good intentions
If someone says something you disagree with or which you don’t understand, assume that the person has good intent. Ask questions and seek first to clarify, not to disregard the comment. St. Ignatius of Loyola reminds us that we should be “more ready to put a good interpretation on another’s statement than to condemn it as false.”
Use “I” statements
Your experience is true for you, but it may not be universal. Speak about your experiences and things that are true for you. Use statements that begin with “I think that…,” “I feel….,” or “It seems to me….” Avoid statements that begin with “You know how you…..,” “We all believe….,” or “Everyone knows…..”
Understand that the speaker’s experience is valid for
Although an individual’s experience may be different than yours, that doesn’t make it any less
As you head into finals week next week remember that while it is important to strive for your best on your exams, your health and well-being is even more important. As the posters around campus highlight from the Impact Distracted Driving campaign: Instincts Matter. Instincts matter when you are driving, and instincts matter in our everyday experiences with ourselves and others. Pause, assess, and if necessary Speak Up.
Social media and online presence is a critical piece of Jesuit High School’s overall communications outreach to internal and external audiences.
For information on the use or creation of all Jesuit High School related social media or online platform accounts please read the Marketing and Communications Team for further assistance.and contact the
Congratulations to Peter Wisner, ’21, for being named a semi-finalist in the 2021 National Merit Scholarship Program!
The following members of the Class of 2021 were recognized as National Merit Commended Students:
- Evan M. Bird
- Daniel S. Burky
- Santiago C. Chang
- Andrew W. Condrin
- Donovan J. Jasper
- Zachary Leslie
- Andrew T. Loehr
- William T. Segale
- Alfred Yu
Additional congratulations to the members of the Class of 2021 who have received a commendation as part of the National Hispanic Recognition Program:
- Christopher K. Raboy
- Isaias Iniguez-Sandoval
- Carlos M. Contreras IV
- Joseph N. Watanabe
- George D. Sicner
- Santiago C. Chang
The National Merit Scholarship competition seeks to recognize students for their outstanding performance on the PSAT as juniors (taken in October 2019), as well as sustained high achievement in the classroom.
Students can access all Service and Justice resources in their grade-level Service and Justice Google Classroom Page. Resources available there include:
- Service Directory
- One-time service events and instructions on how to sign up
- Service and Justice Agreement to be signed by all students and parents
- Service and Justice Program Goals and Policies
- Service Site Proposal Form
These guidelines suggest best practices regarding the publication of commentary on social media by students.
For the purposes of these guidelines, social media means any facility for online publication and commentary, including but not limited to: websites, blogs, wikis, social networking sites such as Google+, Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, Flickr, and YouTube.
The 2021-2022 Student-Parent Handbook is now available in FinalForms and also on this website.
Please Note: Both students and parents will need to log in to FinalForms and independently acknowledge receipt and acceptance of the contents no later than Friday, August 6th.
Help students establish meaningful post-secondary goals and connect those goals with their coursework and college planning activities.
Here are some common letters of recommendation questions that we get from students during the college application cycle. This is the same information that we communicated to students and parents in our college information nights, college advising meetings, and during collaboration periods. We thought it may be useful to have this information in a cohesive and easily accessible document for your reference.