Our Board of Trustees, in coordination with our Jesuit Leadership Team and our Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, has identified five key Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Strategic Initiatives for 2020-21 and Beyond.
Diversity, Equity & Inclusion
Jesuit High School is committed to having a student body and faculty that represents and celebrates diversity and inclusion. We promote and encourage critical thinking, dialogue, understanding, and awareness. Jesuit embraces and is inclusive of ethnic, cultural, socio-economic, sexual orientation, religious and other diversity. Such diversity broadens our student and faculty educational experiences.
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Jesuit Community Conversations are a series of open forums designed to foster dialogue and spark awareness about issues that affect our school community, region, and world.
We unconditionally, unequivocally, and proudly state that BLACK LIVES MATTER. Period.
Each of our parent groups provides a unique and intentional space for parents to come together and share their unique experiences being part of the Jesuit community.
- Education & Advocacy
- How To Be An Advocate
- Jesuit Conference Advocacy Office
- 21-Day Ignatian Racial Equity Challenge
- Universal Apostolic Preferences
- DEI Events Calendar
Melissa Lowery, Director of DEI
Brenda Cruz Jaimes, MSW, LSSW Associate Director of DEI
Understanding racism, white supremacy, and inequity requires both learning and unlearning. Here is a list of helpful resources to engage in the process.
Our Jesuit community, along with our nation, honors and celebrates June 19 as Juneteenth!
We must serve as allies and mentors to students who have experienced racism, religious intolerance, homophobia or other forms of bigotry.
The Unity Team invites you to stand with our most vulnerable in these times, and we thank you for supporting youth on the margins.
Before moving to digital learning, students came together to explore and celebrate the diversity of the Jesuit community during Multicultural Week.
The pop-up exhibition travels around the world to share the story of Anne's life and generate more awareness for students, parents, and educators about the Holocaust and human rights.
Throughout the month of February, students have been discovering new role models through the Black History Month Photo Challenge.
Freshmen World History classes participated in Jesuit's fourth annual "Walk a Mile in My Shoes" simulation.
Asian Student Union (ASU)
Black Student Union (BSU)
Latino Student Union (LSU)
Social Justice Union (SJU)
Diversity & Liberation Club (DLC)
Diversity & Inclusion Student Council (DISC)
Gender Sexuality Alliance (GSA)
Junior States of America (JSA)
Young Men of Color (YMC)
Student clubs meet 1-2 times per month
September 15th to October 15th - Hispanic Heritage Month
October 12th - Indigenous Peoples' Day
October - Filipino American History Month
November - Native American Heritage Month
February - Black History Month
March - Women's History Month
May - Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month