Renovations in the Chapel of the North American Martyrs began this week to replace the existing windows with new energy efficient windows. The chapel window project is scheduled to be completed this fall.
July 12, 2013
Practice Makes Perfect…
Rising seniors Peter Belleau (center), John Mitton (right), and Charlie Kurtz (left) drill in Traditions Courtyard as part of the school’s Marine Corps Junior Reserved Officer Training Corps (MCJROTC) summer leadership workshop. MCJROTC leaders for the upcoming school year have gathered at Jesuit to hone their skills before commanding the cadets in the fall.
June 21, 2013
Fun in the Sun…
Day campers at Jesuit High School enjoy “Water Day” on Will Clark Field on Friday, June 21. Campers spent the day just being kids—playing with squirt guns, sliding down water slides, and running around and chasing each other on the field to release their pent-up energy.
June 14, 2013
Paul Perez ’79 (wearing black shirt on right) hosted a jambalaya dinner in the Student Commons recently for students and staff from Jesuit High School in Sacramento, California, where service projects are built into the school curriculum. Thirteen students and three faculty members teamed up with the St. Bernard Project to sand dry wall in New Orleans East. It’s the fourth year Perez has hosted a group of volunteer workers at his alma mater.
June 5, 2013
Have Whistle, Will Counsel…
Under the watchful eye of the St. Ignatius statue in Traditions Courtyard, Jesuit Day Camp counselors Earl Johnson and Jack Hebert prepare for another day of fun in the sun. Wednesdays are spent on campus and usually include a movie and popcorn.
May 23, 2013
See You Later…
Sophomores and juniors bid farewell to the 2012-2013 academic year after their last exam on Thursday and welcome the start of their summer break.
May 22, 2013
There’s a Reason for These Smiles…
Pre-freshmen Alex Tran (left) and Nolan Lambert are all smiles as the end of exams and the school year approaches. Thursday will be the last day of scheduled exams.
May 21, 2013
Should I Select “A” or “B”?
Freshman Brandon Wolff poses a question to his teacher Norm Stafford during Tuesday’s English exam.