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Faces of Mental Health

Faces of Mental Health

February 1, 2019

Many teachers, speakers, and students both in and outside of the Jesuit community will be helping with this year’s social justice summit, which is focused on mental health and wellness. One of the teachers involved with the social justice summit is M...

Jesuit students donate blood for a good cause

Jesuit students donate blood for a good cause

January 31, 2019

The morning of Tuesday, Jan. 15, Jesuit High School students lined up in the Little Theater to give blood for this year’s annual Blood Drive. The event was an overall success with 85 students and faculty registered to donate. During the winter m...

Rocking around the Christmas Tree Lane

Rocking around the Christmas Tree Lane

December 13, 2018

Although Jesuit High School students regularly hear about Christmas Tree Lane (CTL), many have no idea what CTL is and why Jesuit puts on the show every year. CTL is a major fundraiser event hosted annually by Jesuit. The fundraiser was the Loyola Guild...

Strawn’s Return to Jesuit

Strawn’s Return to Jesuit

December 11, 2018

This year, Mr. Peter Strawn ’04 returned to the Jesuit High School family as an AP Computer Science Principles, AP Computer Science A, and Algebra 1 teacher. After graduating from Jesuit in 2004, Mr. Strawn attended the University of San Diego t...

Same mission but new position

Same mission but new position

December 11, 2018

Take the sidewalk on the east side of the campus, overlooking the baseball fields, and once you get to Goupil Hall, you’ll find a door on the side of the building. The door opens into the office for someone who works at Jesuit High School but not f...

Voting for the first time

Voting for the first time

December 6, 2018

Last month, our country held midterm elections. Most citizens had the opportunity to vote on important issues and decide who would be representing them on the state and national level. Since a majority of Jesuit High School students have not reached...

Food drive: we can do better.

Food drive: we can do better.

December 4, 2018

Jesuit High School is currently halfway done with its annual Food Drive, “Operation Cratchit,” which it hosts from Nov. 26 to Dec 7. All proceeds go to Stanford Settlement, a charity that provides food to low-income families. Participating is a gr...

Restructured Freshman Service

Restructured Freshman Service

November 29, 2018

Jesuit High School freshmen have always been able to choose when and where they do their service hours, and for many former freshmen, it was a stressful task. To help relieve this anxiety the Christian Service Department changed the way freshmen do t...

Man for all jobs

Man for all jobs

November 13, 2018

Educators tend to wear a diverse set of hats. But few have had more experience in different aspects of campus life than Assistant Dean of Students Mr. Keegan Smith. Before working at Jesuit High School, Mr. Smith had worked at multiple schools in the...

Unapologetically joyous

Unapologetically joyous

November 8, 2018

Before my immersion, I viewed my scheduled week at Camp ReCreation as a way to finish up my Christian Service requirements; however, the week turned out to be a transformative experience that redefined how I saw the disabled community. Since 1983, Camp...

Opinion: Why the new dress code?

Opinion: Why the new dress code?

November 6, 2018

We have a new dress code here at Jesuit High School. While many have been saying that the changes are relatively drastic, realistically they’re not. We have gone from having to wear a collared shirt to a Jesuit collared shirt, and the pants policy is ...

Who is the elephant man?

Who is the elephant man?

November 2, 2018

Yesterday (Nov. 1) Jesuit High School’s adaptation of the play “The Elephant Man” premiered in our very own Black Box Theatre. The play deviates from other performances Jesuit has produced in the past. Jesuit Drama Artistic Director Ed Trafton ...