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“The ideal of Jesuit education calls for a life of intellect, a life of integrity, and a life of justice and loving service to our fellow men and women.” Fr. Kolvenbach, SJ (1928 - 2016)
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Jesuit High School isn’t your typical school. It’s a place that will challenge and stretch you to become a better version of yourself academically, spiritually, socially and physically. It’s a vibrant and caring community that will impact you for a lifetime.

Jesuit graduates are ready to become tomorrow’s leaders who are “Men and Women for Others” in their communities and in the world. We can’t wait for you to begin your Jesuit journey!

Erin DeKlotz
Director of Admissions

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Class of 2021

Senior Reflections


“My Jesuit education has developed my sense of compassion and cultivated me into an aware and impassioned leader. I hope that, as a young citizen of the world and a future professional, I can utilize these skills to better engage with my community and tangibly contribute to a more equitable and loving society.”

“Through my [service] experience, I have developed a sense of compassion and understanding of social changes that allows all people to attain social justice. Jesuit has tailored me into an individual who is ready to live in a global society as a person for and with others.”

“The love and support that my Encounter brothers showed me have truly changed my life. They have taught me to be accepting and to not be afraid of vulnerability.”

“After my Encounter, I found the famous Jesuit community. I found a place where I was supported by my peers and appreciated for who I was, rather than who I thought I should be.”


“The past four years as a Jesuit student athlete have ingrained traits such as respect and work ethic into my daily life. The foundation that I was able to build through these experiences is invaluable, and has prepared me well for the next chapter of my educational and athletic career.”

“Robotics not only introduced me to my passion for programming, but it also allowed me to recognize the importance of seeking discomfort as a way to push my boundaries and grow as a person.”

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