Jesuit High School is a Catholic, college-preparatory school in the Jesuit tradition. It serves students of all religious faiths.
Jesuit education fosters the harmonious development of the adolescent's gifts: spiritual, religious, intellectual, physical, emotional, and aesthetic. Jesuit High School hopes to accomplish this development by demonstrating a personal concern for individuals, a special concern for the poor, an articulate wisdom, enthusiasm, and a sense of community. In so doing, the school hopes to graduate leaders who are committed to serve God and their fellow men and women. Our hope is that our students develop a profound sense of justice founded in love, i.e., leaders who are "men and women for others."
Adopted by the Board of Trustees - January 20, 2005
Profile of the Jesuit Graduate
Inspired by the four-century tradition of St. Ignatius, the school strives to instill five characteristics in its students: The goal is to educate students to be open to growth, intellectually competent, religious, loving, and committed to doing justice. As articulated by the faculty in the "Profile of the Jesuit Graduate," these precepts guide curriculum development and teaching at Jesuit High School.
Age Quod Agis - "Do Well Whatever You Do"