JHS Plank

Lights! Sound! Rain!

Lights! Sound! Rain!

May 15, 2019

Vibrant colors flash on a pitch black stage as thunder booms in the background. While the music crescendos, the entire cast of the play gathers downstage, forming a line facing the audience. Thunder claps again as the lights go white, letting the audience...

Toasters, Robots, and Whimsy

Toasters, Robots, and Whimsy

May 15, 2019

When he first joined the Black Box, Josh Clark ’19 was a rather shy freshman with a knack for building and experimenting. Josh, unlike Scott Tooley ‘18 [see page 8], left little impact during his first show. “I remember joining because it was somethi...

Artwork worth a name

Artwork worth a name

May 15, 2019

In the quad outside the library, one can often see towers of stones stacked one on top of the other. Some rocks are stacked at unnatural angles, seemingly defying gravity. They’re a striking part of campus that impresses anyone who takes a moment to lo...

Farewell to Mr. Lorenc

Farewell to Mr. Lorenc

May 15, 2019

Mr. Michael Lorenc ’73 has made a home for himself at Jesuit High School for over the last three decades. Unfortunately for Jesuit students, he will be leaving us this year, retiring at the conclusion of the school year. Mr. Lorenc attended Jesuit from 1969 until 1...

Farewell for Mr. Campos

Farewell for Mr. Campos

May 15, 2019

Since 1976, Mr. Gerry Campos has been a familiar face at Jesuit High School, but after 43 years, he has decided to pass the baton to the next generation of teachers. Mr. Campos has taught nearly every Spanish class offered at Jesuit. He has also b...

Leading with confidence

Leading with confidence

May 15, 2019

Stephan Reynolds ’16 starts every morning at 6 a.m., lifting in the weight room at Lewis University with his track & field teammates. Such dedication has become a common refrain in Stephan’s story.   Finishing his junior year at Lewis Universit...

Legacy not to miss

Legacy not to miss

May 15, 2019

Since 1963, Jesuit High School has produced a collection of tremendous athletes who have dominated their sports at the collegiate and professional levels. Cornerback Isaiah Rutherford ’19 has a chance to add to this impressive legacy as he heads to the Unive...

Mark of a manager

Mark of a manager

May 15, 2019

The impact an athlete has on his team is evident from what he does in a game and practice, but many forget the influence of those who work behind the scenes. Eric McLaughlin ’15, who was a team manager for the Jesuit High School basketball, baseball...

Shared brotherhood

Shared brotherhood

May 15, 2019

One of the many ways the brotherhood at Jesuit High School manifests is in the relationships shared by teammates. And, although Isaiah Bailey ’15 and his brother Kendric Bailey ’19 never played on the same team, they can share in the brotherhood of...

Life on and off the pitch

Life on and off the pitch

May 15, 2019

With eight national championships, Jesuit High School’s rugby team is one of the most reputable sports programs on campus. Mr. Kort Schubert ’97 is one of the first trailblazers of Jesuit rugby. During his time at Jesuit, Mr. Schubert was involved in rugby, f...

Man Behind the Team

Man Behind the Team

May 15, 2019

Every student knows about Jesuit High School’s sports and their outstanding players, but rarely do we hear about what happens behind the scenes. For the last three seasons, Tommy Phillips ’19 was a manager for the Jesuit basketball team, working b...

Fullback moves forward

Fullback moves forward

May 15, 2019

Rugby grabbed Max Schumacher’s ’19 attention at a young age, and although he played many other sports, there was something special about rugby that made the sport his favorite. “I first started playing rugby in third grade, which is really young for ...