As we venerate a lowly child born in a barn in the cold midnight of Bethlehem, let us celebrate all of our students, as we strive to do every day at that place of wonder and mystery called Jesuit High--home to 1,261 "regular kids," each of them a gift from God.
Women's Soccer Coach Steve Fennah Wins National High School Coach of the Year
Students and Alumni Aim to Help Hundreds of Local Families During the Holidays
Senior Renee Kozlowski '19 Earns Runner Up in National Speaking Competition.
As we head into the Christmas season, let us take a moment to hear from two remarkable young people.
Jesuit now collects four new items for free recycling.
The last few weeks at Jesuit High has taken us to new heights—the place where legends are made.
This fall's group of seniors was the largest in JHS history.
Saturday's championship win marks the men's soccer program's 15th state title.
Ranked No. 1 in the nation, the Crusaders (19-0) finished a second consecutive undefeated season with the program's 13th title.
The Jesuit women brought home their sixth program title at this weekend's state volleyball championship tournament.
During a tough fortnight in our nation, our cheerleaders have reminded us that acts of compassion and solidarity can help our spirits soar.
Jesuit's second annual Teach-In will take place on Saturday, Nov. 3.
JHS is in need of parent volunteers to help prepare and serve lunch.
After a service project with her dad, Jesuit junior Abby Riddle '20 was inspired to start a cheerleading program for children with Downs Syndrome.