How to Get Involved

Parent Activities & Volunteer Opportunities

We strongly encourage parents to get involved. Your commitment and participation is invaluable to the Jesuit High School experience and plays a vital role in the continued success of the school. Jesuit students and families, alumni, and friends have a long tradition of contributing time and talent for the benefit of others. There are many opportunities to volunteer, and there are many events of which you can attend with other members of the school community.

Below is a brief description of the social events and volunteer activities that make up the Jesuit community calendar.

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Celebration Auction & Gala

Volunteers are needed for the auction, food, decorations, sponsorship and ticket/registration committees. Sign up to volunteer.

Open House

Show your Blue Jay Spirit as we welcome prospective students and parents to Jesuit. Volunteers are also needed prior to the event to assemble welcome bags. Sign up to volunteer.

Jesuit Mothers’ Luncheon and Alma Mater Award

Join current Jesuit High School mothers and mothers of Jesuit alumni for this luncheon which will be held on Jesuit’s campus.  This will be a wonderful opportunity to meet with mothers of your son and celebrate with the recipients of the Alma Mater Awards. The Alma Mater Award recognizes mothers of Jesuit alumni whose extraordinary contributions of time and talent have greatly benefited the school. Volunteers are needed to assist the committee with decorating and setting up the event. Sign up to volunteer

Back to Banks Blue Jay Bazaar

The Blue Jay Bazaar is an annual event where students, parents, alumni, and friends gather to enjoy food, games, and fellowship. Whether it’s the great food and music, the performances by the Jesuit students, the auction booths, or one of the many games for Blue Jays of all ages, Carrollton and Banks is the place to be. We need your help to make the Bazaar a success.  Sign up to volunteer.

Jesuit Golf Classic

Blue Jays gather each spring and tee up for a relaxing round of golf. Help is needed for registration and hole observers. Sign up to volunteer.


Mothers’ Rosary Group

JMR_4745The Mothers’ Prayer Group meets weekly on Wednesdays at 8:15 a.m. (9:00 a.m. when there is a late take-in day) in the Holy Name of Jesus Chapel at Jesuit. Mothers, grandmothers, and friends of Jesuit meet to pray for the needs and intentions of the school. Mothers’ Masses are held once each month at 9:00 a.m. following the Rosary. Interested mothers should email Jill Stoner at

Refreshments Committee

The Refreshment Committee serves refreshments at the Mini-Schedules, National Honor Society Induction Reception, Open House, Grandparents’ Mass Reception, and Welcome Day Reception. Parents can sign up to work one or all of the events. Sign up to volunteer.

Student Dance Chaperones

Parent Chaperones are needed to complement the faculty and staff chaperones at the Back to School Dance and the Homecoming Dance. Parents must sign up in advance to chaperone and you will be contacted by a Student Council Moderator with more details. Sign up to volunteer.

Teachers’ Luncheons

Parent volunteers are needed to prepare an appetizer, salad, entrée or dessert for the Teachers’ Luncheons which are held in October, March, and May. Food can be dropped off or parent volunteers are welcome to help set-up and serve. Sign up to volunteer.


Evening of Lenten Reflection

Parents of current students and parents of alumni are invited to an evening of reflection, prayer, and discussion as an opportunity to grow in their spiritual lives. The evening includes Mass, a presentation, and reception.

Fathers’ Bible Study

Fathers of Jesuit students meet throughout the year in a group that provides resources that focus on ministry to men. The Fathers’ Bible Study group aims to help fellow Catholics know how to walk with others on their journey.

Town Hall Meetings

Each semester, a Town Hall Meeting is held. This meeting is open to all parents, but participation of the parents of juniors and seniors is strongly encouraged. The format of the meeting is of presentations and parent discussion. The meetings reflect timely topics affecting youth, and therefore change each year.