Since the first Jesuit High School Auction was held in 1968, the world has changed significantly. Communication has been revolutionized by technology and the internet, the economy is global, and people have become more environmentally conscious.
Jesuit High School has changed, too. The student body has increased in number and diversity. Male and female students play on state-of-the-art fields and perform in high-tech theaters. They communicate wirelessly throughout the campus, perform thousands of hours of Christian service, and worship by the hundreds each Friday.
One thing that has not changed in all these years is Jesuit High School's incomparable mission to graduate academically competent students dedicated to serving others. Another is the generosity of the school community in ensuring this success.
The Auction remains Jesuit's largest annual fundraiser. Our success is built on our shared belief in the Jesuit mission and that an education grounded in Ignation principles changes not only the students it impacts, but also those whom the students come in contact.
Thank you to all our sponsors, donors, advertisers and volunteers who have helped us reach our goals year after year. This great continuum of generosity has contributed to changing lives then, now, and into the future.
In keeping Jesuit accessible, affordable, and diverse, Molly and Matt Bordonaro, along with Randi and Pat Reiten, are serving as this year's event chairs. Celebrating its 50th anniversary, the JHS Auction is this Saturday, May 5, 2018 where we will radiate love with an amazing Fiesta del Sol. Please join us to honor the many reasons why we love Jesuit and to support the school's mission to form "men and women for others." Learn more about the first-ever Jesuit Auction Gala held in 1968.