Jesuit demands a lot from you; the more ambitious you are, the more challenging. Very few high schools in the country create a community that understands the power of networking like Jesuit High (i.e. JHS Career Day every spring is a phenomenal event for students to network with alum like myself).
My teachers at Jesuit have always been supportive and helped me learn, even when I’m absent for tournaments abroad.”
While at Jesuit, I was part of the Student Council, I was president from 2012 to 2013, [I was] also involved in liturgy workshop and a couple other different on-campus programs. After Jesuit I went off to the University of Oregon.”
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It is safe to say that I did not come to Jesuit expecting to be as involved in music as I was. I had been playing the guitar and trumpet for years, but I was much more interested in being a soccer player at Jesuit. But I ended up being more involved in music at Jesuit than I thought was possible. I was the drum major for the JHS Marauder Band, a trumpet player in the Symphonic Band, the guitarist for the Jazz Band, the guitarist and a singer for Liturgy Workshop, and formed a “Musician’s Club” on campus. I was able to carve my own path and that ended up being the arts!
All of my greatest memories while I was a student have to do with the basketball program. Everything from the practices, games, and road trips … I was really close with those guys. My parents lived really close to Jesuit, so a lot of my teammates would come over after practice to eat and play videogames. Those guys were my brothers. Jesuit really allowed me to build tight relationships with these guys, where I would have never met them had I gone to the local public school.
My experience at Jesuit impacted me more than I could have ever thought possible as a young man entering high school. I learned just as much about who I was as a person and what it truly means to be a ‘Man for Others’ as I did in the classroom. I loved the idea of educating the whole person so much that I studied at a Jesuit university, where I furthered my growth as a man. The lessons I learned while at Jesuit High School still stick with me each and every day, and I have no doubt that I am a better individual because of that exposure to faith and education.
Summer is here! Please note that school office hours will be:
8:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. Monday – Friday, June 1 – August 4.
Welcome, Class of 2027! As part of our Jesuit family, you will now get regular communications from the school with reminders, news, and upcoming events. During the year, the Update comes out weekly (usually Thursday evening); during the summer, we switch to once a month.
Here are a few quick checklist items as we begin summer:
The Spring Good Neighbor Meeting is canceled.
Neighbors are welcome to email directly with any questions, compliments, or concerns.
We will gather next at the start of our 2023-2024 school year. Jesuit’s new president – Mr. Chris Alling - looks forward to meeting you then.
In our continuing effort to maintain a safe and healthy learning environment for all students, Jesuit High School conducted a routine safety sweep of campus on the morning of Tuesday, April 18th.
Jesuit High School of Sacramento Water Polo Head Coach Zac Koerner shared this week that he is stepping down. He has led the Marauders for the last eight years. Koerner will continue to work in his sport at American River College as the head coach of the water polo program.