School dances are a long standing tradition at Jesuit High School. Traditionally sponsored by the Student Council, they serve to promote healthy and personal interaction outside of the classroom with one’s peers. They can also help teach the young men and women who attend the role authentic friendships play in the integral development of each person.
For details about the 2021 Homecoming Dance, please view this file from Jesuit Matt Orillion, Jesuit’s student activities director.
The dress code and comportment guidelines are meant to encourage a culture at Jesuit’s dances that complements the mission and philosophy of Jesuit High School. Jesuit students and their dates are expected to act in a manner that is consistent with guidelines set forth in the school Bulletin.
Dances are open only to Jesuit High School students and girls from area high schools (as dates for semi-formal and formal dances, or independent for open-invite dances).
Students should arrive in time for lock-in (one hour after dance officially starts). Once at the dance, students and their dates may not leave until the official end of the dance.