Student Health and Wellness Development
Student Health and Wellness Development is designed to help students whose behaviors seem to indicate family, academic, emotional, or social problems that, left unchecked, could lead to negative consequences such as substance abuse.
Jesuit has instituted this school-based program that has as its principal goals: substance abuse education, the prevention of substance abuse, intervention in situations where substance abuse occurs but school disciplinary policy has not been compromised, and follow-up support for students who are at some point in the recovery process.
Student Health and Wellness Development aims to address the needs of high-risk students and to offer the student and his family resources. More details on the Student Health and Wellness Development may be found in the Bulletin.