Following their tour of the main school building, visitors were brought through the Gym,
otherwise known as “The Birdcage.” Visitors caught a glimpse of the
basketball and cheerleading teams’ practices.
The tours continued throughout the Roussel Building, including in the Wrestling room,
where visitors were able to see the team practice.
The final stop of the Roussel Building tour was at the reception and co-curricular fair.
Here seniors Patrick Denenea (left) and Antonio Scelfo (right) talk to a prospective Blue Jay
and his family about the Pro-Life Club. Many Blue Jays took on multiple roles during Open House.
Antonio Scelfo arrived at the Pro-Life table just minutes before this photo
was taken, having finished his duties as a tour guide.
Senior Scout Serpas takes a different approach and tries
to guide visitors to his table with a guitar riff.
Foosball Club members Christopher Abadie (freshman) and Jacob Acosta (pre-freshman)
challenge a prospective Blue Jay to a quick game.
Zach Huck describes how much fun it is to join the Frisbee Golf team to a prospective Blue Jay.
Christopher Wilson talks to a prospective Blue Jay about Jesuit student life.
At Open House, guests could hop a limousine bus for a fast ride over to John Ryan Stadium.
Robert Pajares of the Class of '83 (second from left) and his son Nathan were greeted by a host
committee of Blue Jays that included none other than John Ryan himself, whose name adorns
the multi-sport facility. Joining Ryan '70 (pictured between father and son) were Jesuit baseball
alums, from left, Anthony Scelfo '05, Johnny Giavotella '05, and Luke Voiron '11. Scelfo played
minor league baseball for three years. Giavotella currently plays second base
for the Kansas City Royals. Voiron was a member of the Jesuit-based
Retif Oil team which won the 2012 American Legion World Series.