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General Brooks: a life dedicated to service

General Brooks: a life dedicated to service

November 21, 2014

  The motto "Man for Others" is often shown through seemingly unattainable examples such as the saints or Jesus. While many students understand the message, the reality of the situation seems impossible. This changed on Nov. 19 when General Vincent...

A Unique Perspective on School in the U.S.

A Unique Perspective on School in the U.S.

November 20, 2014

Adapting to a new school is not always easy to do, but can you imagine adapting to an entirely new country? That is exactly what senior Jong Ho Lee had to do last year when he came to study at Jesuit High School  from his homeland of South Korea. Jong...

La Raza's contribution to those in need

La Raza’s contribution to those in need

November 6, 2014

La Raza is a Hispanic-American culture club at Jesuit High School that contributes to the homeless and less fortunate. The club represents the Hispanic American culture here at Jesuit and is open to the entire student body. Not only does La Raza represent...

In and Out of the Spotlight

In and Out of the Spotlight

October 30, 2014

Senior Anthony Fernandez has been a model of the arts and entertainment program at Jesuit High School and its resident "jack of all trades.” "My favorite experience here so far was actually my freshman year when I first started.  I really thought...

Where practice can take you

Where practice can take you

October 23, 2014

Freshman Tyler Smith is not an average trumpet player. A little more than a month at Jesuit High School, and he is already a player in two of Jesuit’s highest level wind ensembles. Tyler’s story begins at Mariemont Elementary School. Tyler’s...

Life long passion

Life long passion

October 21, 2014

The first year of teaching Jesuit High School choir, last year, was a new experience for Mr. Rex Rallanka '96, Director of Chamber Choir, but he is looking forward to what the the future holds. Participating in choirs in high school and then majoring...

A monument to our identity

A monument to our identity

September 18, 2014

Jesuit High School is constantly growing. Last year’s iPad initiative and this year’s schedule alteration illustrate how the school is constantly trying to tether its curriculum and Jesuit influence to help its students expand their knowledge and...

3 years in the making

3 years in the making

September 10, 2014

After three years in the making, varsity quarterback Cole Brownholtz '15 steps onto the scene, ready for the upcoming season. Football has become second nature for Cole, and the build up has been quite the journey. "Coming in freshman year I started...

The journey to improve

The journey to improve

September 9, 2014

In 2012, Jesuit High School had the opportunity to hire a new head coach for the Varsity Football team.  After much debate and deliberation, the Jesuit Athletic Department decided to bring in Coach Marlon Blanton to carry the future of the football team. During...

Josh Barnes: student to mentor

Josh Barnes: student to mentor

September 9, 2014

Born in Sacramento in 1991, Mr. Josh Barnes '10, Jesuit’s new designated prefect, has gone to Catholic schools all his life. "I've always been big on the Jesuit education mentality," remarks Barnes, a new teacher at Jesuit High School. Mr. Barnes believes...

Freshman retreat: a 26-year tradition

Freshman retreat: a 26-year tradition

September 9, 2014

Jesuit’s 26th annual  Freshman Overnight is a time where friendships will blossom, games will be played, and everyone will get closer to their fellow Marauders and God. “Freshman Overnight retreat is the prime [retreat] for building brotherhood,”...