Class of 2018, if you leave Jesuit as faith-filled leaders, believing that Jesus and his Spirit are with you on your journey, we will have succeeded in our mission, as we send you off on YOUR great mission.
Principal Paul Hogan regularly shares his insights and observations.
Drama teacher Elaine Kloser recently offered this stirring address to the JHS Chapter of the National Honor Society.
What are we to think when lightning strikes not once, not even twice, but SEVEN times in the course of one spring season?
As we move through the homestretch of what has been a school year filled with blessings, gratitude glows all around us.
In a grace-filled moment, hundreds of Jesuit High students walked out of class and into the sun for a shining yet somber ceremony of remembrance during break in Hayes Plaza.
On Ash Wednesday, as the Jesuit community celebrated Mass with Archbishop John Vlazny, evil again struck at the heart of an American high school in Parkland, Florida.