Throughout the year a variety of events are held for alumni to get involved, re-connect, and celebrate with the Jesuit High School of today.
On the last Sunday of March, the Jesuit family fills the campus for lots of fun, food, refreshments, and entertainment for the Blue Jay Bazaar.
The Jesuit Golf Classic held each spring is about much more than playing golf. It’s about having fun and experiencing Blue Jay Spirit while enjoying a day on the links. Alumni golfers compete for the coveted class cup.
This January event allows alumni to connect with today’s Jays in a very specific way—by offering practical advice on a variety of careers at their alma mater on Career Day.
Alumni join current parents for Celebration, a annual gala event featuring an auction, great food and refreshments, and entertainment.
Alumni reside around the world. Chapter reunions provide for connecting and networking in cities outside the New Orleans area.
The lifeline of alumni connection is the class reunion. Every five years classes come together to celebrate being a Blue Jay.
On the seniors’ final school day, alumni welcome the soon-to-be graduates into the Alumni Association at the popular Commencement Luncheon, a ballroom event.
Every fall alumni gather at their Alma Mater to celebrate being a Blue Jay in the homecoming weekend’s Alumni Mass & Jazz Reception. During Mass the Alumnus of the Year and the Golden Anniversary Classes of 50, 25, and 10 years are honored.
Jesuit vs. Holy Cross has been designed as a Great American Rivalry, The fifth oldest continuously played rivalry in the nation is an occasion for celebration. Both schools join together for a huge pre-game party featuring food, refreshments, entertainment, and even a parade.
While the students are providing Thanksgiving meals for needy families, so too are the alumni as they return to their alma mater to purchase, package, and deliver food items in this annual event.