Important Admissions Dates
It’s not too late to apply for fall! Spring Applications
are still being accepted. Please visit our Admissions page for complete
Intellectual competency is one of the five pillars of Jesuit’s
“Grad at Grad” profile. We are
here to support your academic goals and aspirations in an
environment that is engaging and challenging. Take
advantage of the rigorous academic curriculum and available
support options. Please refer to the items below for more
- Summer Reading Assignments – Available after June 1.
- Textbook List – Available after July 1
materials - Coming soon!
Watch for the summer date (usually July) when we will hold
a Parent Survival Skills 101 in the Welcome Center for the
Class of 2027 and transfer parents. Come get all your
questions answered regarding BYOD, purchasing textbooks,
ordering lunch, parking permits, and much, much more.
We are always available to speak to you individually.
FACTS (tuition and fees) – Please contact Jessica
Billigmeier at Jessica.Billigmeier@jesuithighschool.org
or call 916-480-2116.
FinalForms – Please contact Meghan Blees at Meghan.Blees@jesuithighschool.org
or call 916-480-2122.
Tuition and Fees
We are so excited for you to begin your journey at Jesuit High
School and we understand that there is a lot to learn coming into
a new school. Know that we are here to help in this journey
and can’t wait for you to experience all the wonderful activities
that we have to offer. Below are some resources to help
guide the daily experience at our school.
“Questions are a sign of strength, not a sign of weakness at
Jesuit High School. All of our faculty and staff are here
to help you on your journey, so don’t hesitate to reach out and
ask for support.”
Dr. Michael Wood
Athletics offers a fun and exciting way to make new friends and
get involved at Jesuit. Come join a legacy of
excellence! If your student is interested in
participating in a sport, please indicate his sports interest
when registering in FinalForms. Coaches will
contact students on this interest list with important dates and
All Freshman are required to submit a physical to be on campus
and to be eligible to participate in Jesuit’s athletic
programs. Physicals must be renewed each year to
participate in athletics. Please note that physicals
expire 365 days from evaluation.
Visit the Athletics page for information
about teams, coaches contact, news, and more!
- Fall sports – cross country, football, water polo
Football and cross country start optional conditioning
work-outs in mid-June.
- Winter sports – basketball, soccer, wrestling
- Spring sports - baseball, golf, lacrosse, rugby,
swim/dive, tennis, track and field, volleyball
“Jesuit Athletics is a great way to get engaged with the school
community and develop yourself as an athlete and leader on
campus. Every student that joins a Jesuit athletic program is
joining a program that has a long history of
athletic excellence and success in the Sacramento
region. You will join thousands of Marauders that have
competed at a high level, including collegiate, professional,
Hank Weinberger, Athletic Director
Technology is an important way for our students to stay connected
on campus. Students will use Google Classroom and PowerSchool
(both set-up during Orientation) to have access to their
teachers, fellow students, and assignments. Your Jesuit email
address is your direct line to school updates, activities,
teacher/school communications, and more. A bit of advice to
every Freshman… don’t forget to check your email!
Jesuit’s Bring Your Own Device program (BYOD) allows students the
ability to stay connected with a device of their choosing.
To learn more, reference the links below:
Bring all your tech and BYOD questions to our upcoming
information sessions: Welcome Night on April 28th and Parent
Survival Skills 101 on July 14th.
To promote the spirit of volunteering and service, all
families are asked to commit to 25 hours of service for Jesuit
High School’s various fundraising, athletic & partner events.
Volunteering is a great way to meet new families in the community
and participate in your son’s experience. Learn more.
Another great way for parents to get involved is through our
parent organizations. Check out the Boosters Club and Loyola Guild websites for more information!
It is through the generosity of our families and benefactors that
Jesuit High School is able to bridge the gap between tuition and
the full cost of a Jesuit High School education. Our goal
for the Annual Fund is 100% parent
participation from our current families, and we appreciate your
Please keep an eye on the calendar for our Freshman/Transfer
Parent Welcome Event in the fall (multiple dates).
Attendance is required.