Jayson’s Wild Photo

This quintet of pre-freshmen in the Student Commons (from left) James Mason, Jeremy Poissenot, Ryan Guillot, Blair Loupe, and Evan Alphonso take a break from their homework to smile for the Wild Photographer Wednesday afternoon.

Take Five…

Creating their own stage, seniors Gui Kirsch on saxophone and Patrick Doell on trumpet practice a few tunes in Traditions Courtyard during lunchtime on Tuesday, September 3.

Taking Stage …

One of the joys of being president of Jesuit High School is meeting new Blue Jays.  On any given morning, at lunch, and after school, Fr. Raymond Fitzgerald, S.J. can usually be found in the Traditions Courtyard, where in the shade of the oaks, he meets and greets Blue Jays coming and going. After the Mass of the Holy Spirit, students were dismissed for the Labor Day holiday weekend. These four pre-freshmen chatted with Father while waiting for their ride home. From left 
are Will Landrieu, Chris Freibert, Jacob Bordelon, and Brett Power.

Oaks and Folks…

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Al final del día…

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A “Lesson” Well Received…

Pre-freshmen (from left) Andrew Hemelt, Benton Moore, Caleb Rogers, and Seth Rocha work on word problems at the board in Mr. Weiss’ math class.

In Other Words…

Junior Miles Beech stands in the shade of an oak on Banks Street while patiently waiting for a ride to his home in Metairie.

Miles to Go…

Using a Sympodium, Blue Jays in Ms. Yvonne Leger’s fifth period math class learn about functions.

What’s the Problem?