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A devotion to service

A devotion to service

June 24, 2015

Captain Shane Barnes graduated from Jesuit High School in 2007 and, sensing a call to service, was compelled to pursue a career in the United States Armed Forces. Capt. Barnes started his journey at Gonzaga University in Spokane, Washington with a ...

A ful-Philling Jesuit career

A ful-Philling Jesuit career

June 24, 2015

When Mr. James Phillips, mathematics teacher, arrived at Jesuit High School 11 years ago, he had already worked for many years at Intel Corporation, Aerojet, and Sierra College.  He quickly became a student favorite, with his jovial presence in the classr...

A culmination of experience

A culmination of experience

June 24, 2015

For some Jesuit High School alumni, service is more than just a passion, it is a career. Mr. Alex Nelson ‘05 has been a part of Camp ReCreation ever since his friends recommended that he volunteer during his junior year at Jesuit. “For me, service...

Springing into new opportunities

Springing into new opportunities

June 24, 2015

After students leave Jesuit High School, things that were once important begin to fade from memory: locker combinations, email passwords, the conjugation of certain tricky verbs. However, the motto of “Man for Others” becomes so ingrained into the identity...

A Marauder returns to lead

A Marauder returns to lead

June 24, 2015

At the beginning of the 2015-2016 school year, Jesuit High School will be welcoming its newest principal, Mr. Michael Wood ‘99, as he begins his tenure taking over the position from Mrs. Lorraine Paul. Mr. Wood is currently serving as the Dean of Men at Loyola H...

Soaring high in his service

Soaring high in his service

June 24, 2015

Those looking to live a life of military experience may want to start out early. Jesuit High School student Daniel Konieczny ‘15 is one of the first students in Northern California to be admitted to the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland. Th...

Early mornings paying off

Early mornings paying off

June 24, 2015

Cadet Jacob Pachter ‘13 is one of a select few students who takes the opportunity that the Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (ROTC) offers. ROTC transforms college students into leaders of our country’s military, taking an honorable person like Cadet Pachter wh...

Living the dream: Anthony Simon’s ‘15 hard work pays off

Living the dream: Anthony Simon’s ‘15 hard work pays off

June 23, 2015

Since he was 5-years-old, senior Anthony Simon grew up with a dream.  That dream was to play basketball at Jesuit High School. Anthony was cut from the basketball team on three separate occasions.  Each time, he vowed to return and survive the cut n...

The dream behind the theme

The dream behind the theme

June 23, 2015

Founded in 1963, Jesuit High School has continuously fostered an identity of two key components: the spirit of a Marauder and a “Man for Others.” Jesuit students accept these tenets as part of their daily life, but few students know how Jesuit’s i...

42 years of service

42 years of service

May 20, 2015

  On Saturday, May 23, we will say goodbye to more than just the members of the class of 2015. Mrs. Lorraine Paul, who has worked at Jesuit for the last four years and has been the principal for two, will be retiring at the end of the 2014-...

The best and brightest

The best and brightest

May 14, 2015

This year Jesuit High School has picked two of its brightest and most hard working students, Greg Devine, and Adam McGrew, to be the Valedictorian and Salutatorian for the Senior Class of 2015. Both have work very hard throughout their Jesuit careers...

Jesuit differs from its public counterparts

Jesuit differs from its public counterparts

May 11, 2015

While Jesuit High School and public schools share some similarities, Jesuit is a completely different experience. Students come to Jesuit for a variety of reasons, but certain aspects of the school draw students from all around the Sacramento area. Chris...