Parent Education

The Counseling Department collaborates with Parents in Partnership (PIP) to provide educational forums for our parent community via presentations by JHS faculty and administration, as well as from experts in their respective fields. The mission of PIP aligns with the Profile of the Jesuit Graduate and aims to support parents as they walk with their students on the four year high school journey through Jesuit High School.

In addition to PIP, Jesuit’s counselors host a series of Freshman Parent Workshops designed to address one of the most common questions asked by our new families: How do I best support my student through high school?  The workshops are a terrific opportunity to meet your student’s counselor and provide a forum for parent dialogue and community-building.


Parents in Partnership Presentations

Strategies to Reduce Teen Anxiety | November 2017

Diagnoses of clinical anxiety among US adolescents have been climbing, particularly in the past five years. Kevin Ashworth, Clinical Director of the Northwest Anxiety Institute presents strategies for helping to reduce anxiety and teach students to lean into their lives. He was recently quoted in this widely-circulated New York Times Magazine article.

Freshman Parent Workshop Presentations