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Embodying Jesuit’s religious spirit

Embodying Jesuit’s religious spirit

May 21, 2020

If you didn’t already know him from his over-the-intercom examen prayers and his readings at Mass, then let us introduce Grant Houle ’20, the religious coordinator for Jesuit High School in Sacramento.  Grant applied to be religious coordinator af...

Making connections in heart and soul

Making connections in heart and soul

May 21, 2020

Director of Liturgy and Theology Teacher Ms. Charlene Cardenas started teaching at Jesuit High School Sacramento in 2002 when the Class of 2020 were infants or yet to be born. Now, as the Class of 2020 graduates, she prepares to retire. Before joining as...

Fencer Dongwhan Park '20, scores a touch at the Fencing World Championships in Poland. Park placed third in Cadet's Men's Sabre.

To properly say farewell

May 20, 2020

Even with Digital Learning Days changing many aspects of life at Jesuit High School Sacramento, the school is doing its best to keep students connected with their end-of-year events. Donghwan Park ’20, this year’s valedictorian, is a crucial part of the effort...

Owner of Luigi’s Pizza Parlor Mark Delgado '97 and his wife Dara Delgado at Greek Taverna.

Making dough during the pandemic

May 19, 2020

Luigi’s Pizza Parlor, located on Stockton Boulevard, is one of the oldest pizza parlors in Sacramento. After opening in 1953, Luigi’s has had several different owners, with the current owner being Jesuit High School Sacramento alumnus, Mark Delgad...

Willy Park, a man of community and service

Willy Park, a man of community and service

May 19, 2020

It goes without saying that Jesuit High School Sacramento’s campus is impressive, accentuated by manicured sports fields, beautiful grounds, and well-maintained buildings — the resulting aesthetics of Plant Manager and Maintenance Supervisor Mr. ...

Putting the “distance” in “distance-learning”

Putting the “distance” in “distance-learning”

May 18, 2020

Serving the greater Sacramento area, Jesuit High School draws students from more than 90 different zip codes. While many students travel long distances to attend Jesuit, the commutes of students from Yuba City are on a different level. Yuba City...

Deuce Zak '20, the ultimate team player

Deuce Zak ’20, the ultimate team player

May 18, 2020

It’s often said that for a team to reach success, each individual must subordinate their personal desires for the betterment of the team. Deuce Zak ’20 perfectly embodies this saying.  An actively involved student at Jesuit High School Sacramento, D...

Jonathan Fong ’20, the spirit of “Work Hard. Play Hard. Pray Hard.”

Jonathan Fong ’20, the spirit of “Work Hard. Play Hard. Pray Hard.”

May 14, 2020

At Jesuit High School Sacramento, students are taught to model their lives after the Grad-at-Grad principles in the ultimate expression of being a “man for others.” Throughout his time at Jesuit, Jonathan Fong ’20 has done just that — applied ...

Jesuit adapts plans for rest of 2019-2020 school year, an overview of what's to come

Jesuit adapts plans for rest of 2019-2020 school year, an overview of what’s to come

May 13, 2020

With advice from state and local health officials, President Rev. John P. McGarry, S.J. and Principal Mr. Michael Wood ’99 announced Jesuit High School Sacramento would extend online learning through the end of the 2019-2020 academic year due to the ongoin...

Jesuit says goodbye to one of its longest-tenured faculty members

Jesuit says goodbye to one of its longest-tenured faculty members

May 12, 2020

After 43 years of working at Jesuit High School Sacramento, the 2019-2020 school year will be the “last dance” for Mr. Ross Evans.  First hearing of a job opportunity at the school from good friend and former teacher Mr. Gerry Campos, Mr. Evans...

There isn’t much Coach Isaac doesn’t do

There isn’t much Coach Isaac doesn’t do

May 11, 2020

Holding the titles of prefect coordinator, VIP student coordinator, director of Academics Plus, and coach on the football and soccer teams at Jesuit High School Sacramento, there isn’t much Jonathan Isaac doesn’t do. Coach Isaac began working at Jesuit after he...

Through her love of Catholic education, Mrs. Cerati left her mark on Jesuit

Through her love of Catholic education, Mrs. Cerati left her mark on Jesuit

May 8, 2020

Since attending high school at Marymount International School, a Catholic institution in Rome, Italy, Mrs.Victoria Cerati never lost her “profound respect and love for Catholic education.” After arriving in the United States from Italy, Mrs. Cerati bega...