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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...

Beyond the finish line

Beyond the finish line

May 15, 2019

A Division I committed athlete for cross country and track & field as well as the current president of the Black Student Union, Gabe Lovely ’19 has sprinted past where most students would stop, and he’s not stopping any time soon. Gabe decided ...

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...

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...

Carrying on the legacy

Carrying on the legacy

May 15, 2019

Stanford University is a dream for many, but a reality for few. Only five percent of applicants are accepted, and among those few is  Marco Lee ’16. Marco is the current Junior class president at Stanford and is studying product design with the go...

Isaac Serwanga ’08, speaks at Alumni Career Day in spring 2018.

Answering the Call

May 15, 2019

Isaac Serwanga ’08 is a motivational speaker, author, educational consultant, and advocate for the personal and professional development of high school and college-age students. He has spoken throughout the country to high school, college, and corpo...

Fired up to serve others

Fired up to serve others

May 13, 2019

James Avila-Ellington ’13 describes his time at Jesuit High School as being very helpful in shaping him into a man for others and preparing him to be a firefighter. After graduating from Jesuit, Mr. Avila-Ellington went on to double major in both busin...

Dance Policy Steps Forward

Dance Policy Steps Forward

April 17, 2019

Jesuit High School is a community that has always aimed at being welcoming to all students.   With this goal in mind, the All Love Alliance (ALA) requested a one-word change to the Jesuit dance policy. Before this year, the Jesuit dance policy ...

Jesuit Mock Trial finishes in strong second

Jesuit Mock Trial finishes in strong second

March 7, 2019

Sports teams are the usual recipient of Jesuit High School’s afternoon salutational announcements. In these last few weeks, however, we have heard a great deal about our mock trial team, who placed second in the county tournament. Mock trial comp...

Finding the man you were made to be

Finding the man you were made to be

February 21, 2019

The Jesuit High School sophomore retreat is a time for second-year students to take a break and reflect on themselves. The retreat is a step on the journey of becoming a man for others. The retreat program guides students into making the right ...

Looking to build off of last year’s success

Looking to build off of last year’s success

February 11, 2019

The Jesuit High School Speech and Debate team is one of the school’s most competitive and successful programs. This year, the returning Marauders look to build off last year’s success, and the new underclassman are looking to prove themselves by ...