Welcome Class of 2028


Welcome Class of 2028
An info page just for our newest Marauders!

Your year is almost here! More information to carry you through summer and on to your first day of school.

We are excited to have you join the Jesuit High School community!  You are about to embark on a four-year journey where we hope that you will explore new opportunities, grow as a young man and embody the “Man for Others” spirit.

We hope the information on this page will answer any questions.  Please check back regularly as more information becomes available!

Parents/Guardians get your basic “Survival Skills” at the event on July 11, 2024 at 6:00pm in the Welcome Center.


Reminder Tuition Payments Will Begin Processing
FACTS will process tuition payments on August 5, 15 or 25

This is a reminder to all parents that FACTS is our third-party tuition management and billing system. We do not accept tuition payments at the school, all tuition payments must go through FACTS. Payments will begin processing in August. FACTS will process tuition payments on the 5th, 15th or 25th of the month depending upon your selection during enrollment. Please login into FACTS and verify the charges and payment method on your account.

FACTS link – Sign in (factsmgt.com)


Mandatory Freshman Orientation
Dress Code Required

Student & parent check-in begins at 8:00 am / Pick-up at 2:00 pm on Thursday, August 15

Parents, please join us for the Parent Welcome! After welcome and announcements, you are invited to remain for a short parent/guardian reception hosted by the Loyola Guild.

The freshmen are accompanied by their Big Brothers throughout Orientation. Their Big Brother accompanies them through the rotations to ensure they get to the correct locations. They enjoy lunch and end the day touring campus. 


What to Bring:

  • Electronic Device fully charged (learn more about the BYOD Program)
  • Backpack to secure device and papers

What to Wear:

  • Please follow Standard Dress Code: JHS-authorized logowear shirt (collared) and dress code pants or shorts

What to Expect:

  • Meet their Big Brother & Homeroom Teacher
  • Take school ID photo
  • Set up technology + ask questions
  • Attend a short teaching Mass (learn etiquette and pace)
  • Learn about important campus resources
  • Lunch with their Big Brother (lunch provided)

The Cove will be open for shopping during the Parent Welcome.


Students will be taking school ID photos. Please report on time, be neatly groomed and wear standard dress code attire.​ (Wear a JHS collared shirt and chino/khaki pants or shorts.)


Freshman Overnight Retreat
Mandatory event for the Class of 2028

Image of the backs of a crowd of freshmen with arms linked in the gym

RSVP link coming soon!

About the Retreat

Incoming Freshman families, save the date! Be on the lookout for an RSVP link that will be coming soon! The Freshmen Overnight Retreat will be August 24-25, 2024! This kick-off to your son’s four years at Jesuit is a highlight of Freshman year. Your son will spend the retreat with his upperclassman Big Brother, who will serve as a guide and mentor for your son as he begins his journey at Jesuit. Our newest marauders will be welcomed into the brotherhood, build camaraderie with their new classmates, and learn about campus life at Jesuit. Because the experience of the Freshman Retreat is so important for new students, participation in the entire retreat is MANDATORY for all Freshmen. 

Event Barry Gym

Back to School Night

No RSVP is necessary. Please carpool if possible. Parking will be available in our main lots off O’Donnell & Fair Oaks. The Cove will be open for shopping.

Please make sure you can access your PowerSchool Parent Portal to see your student’s schedule.  If you are having trouble, please email powerschoolhelp@jesuithighschool.org for assistance.

Go to the campus map


Frosh/Soph Parent Coffee with Counselors
in the Welcome Center

On Friday morning, September 13, from 8:30-9:30am in the WELCOME CENTER we are hosting our Frosh/Soph Parent Coffee with Counselors. This is an informal welcome gathering to say hello, briefly meet your son’s counselor in person and build community with other freshmen and sophomore families. If you feel like you need more than a short introduction, please reach out to your student’s counselor to make an appointment for an extended conversation.

We hope you’ll drop by for a cup of coffee and meet the Counseling Team!

Event Barry Gym

Frosh/Soph Open Dance
Please drop off near Gym



Tickets go on sale several weeks before the event.

Current Freshmen and Sophomores from Jesuit, St. Francis, Christian Brothers, and Cristo Rey are welcome to attend with a ticket. You must bring your current student ID to enter. 

Students must use their official school email to purchase tickets. 


Frosh Water Polo Practice Begins

Please ensure you update your FinalForms sports selection and complete all forms required for your sport. (These will unlock when you make your sport selection for the 2024-2025 year.)

Are you cleared to start workouts?

  • Log into FinalForms 


Every freshman chooses an Arts elective

Select your passion

Whether it’s on stage in our drama productions, in the community as a part of the 12 choral and instrumental ensembles, or in our studio art, film and photography classes, the arts offerings at Jesuit allow our students to develop their God-given talents with their confidence and means of self-expression to be successful in life beyond high school. More than 70% of our students choose to continue pursuing their artistic ambitions, inside and outside of the classroom, beyond the one-year requirement.

When and how do you select your Arts elective?

During the enrollment process, our incoming freshman can rank their preferred electives. If enrollment is completed by the deadline, they’ll get a preliminary schedule during the Welcome Event.

See the Course Catalog for a full description of all the classes.


Big Brothers
Mentor and friend

Big Brothers

When you start your freshman year at Jesuit you are partnered with a senior. During orientation, he will help guide you through everything from lockers to mass. A good mentor can help your transition to your new school by connecting you and helping you navigate.