Jesuit High School offers studio art classes to its students, emphasizing exploration, growth and self expression. An annual exhibition showcases artworks by talented students who draw and paint using various mediums including charcoal, oil and pastels. A number of Jesuit students have exhibited their works locally, while others have received prizes from art competitions.
I entered Jesuit thinking that I was going to play rugby and soccer all four years, and have a simple, pleasurable experience. It wasn’t until I was signing up for classes before my freshman year that I even thought about choir. The class was called Men’s Chorus, I signed up, and it was a spontaneous decision that I will never regret. I had never had any experience in choir before, but it became my favorite class and Ms. Heine became my favorite teacher. At the freshman year Christmas concert I had a solo.