St. John’s Jesuit
St. John’s Jesuit
St. John’s Jesuit develops Christian leaders. As a Catholic school in the Jesuit tradition, we inspire each student to achieve his greatest potential in a diverse, Christ-centered atmosphere distinguished by academic success and service as a Man for Others.
Jesuit Tradition Sets St. John’s Apart
Jesuit schools are steeped in tradition and philosophy that runs five-centuries deep. An education at SJJ encourages an open mind, fosters intellectual competence, models love for humankind by placing others before the self, teaches a commitment to justice by speaking up for those who are silenced, and instills religion as a foundation for a successful life. With a 12:1 student-faculty ratio, students benefit from the individualized care in an all-boys learning environment. Titans learn to ask the difficult questions, to seek faith and justice through service, and to think critically about the world around them.
Percent of Titan families who received tuition assistance
percent of the student body uses one or more of the A+ Learning Center services throughout the school year
In College Scholarships Earned by the Class of 2020
Students per school year Participated in a Domestic or International Mission Trip
AP COURSE OFFERINGS
consecutive years TRAC All-Sports Champion
allocated in Financial Aid
Community Service Hours
A new elective offering has been added to the curriculum for 2021-2022 school year. Storytelling in Literature and Film is a fine arts course that allows students to look at how and why popular stories are told and their connection to our past, present, and future. It...
If someone asked you to give them another word for 'God', you could use the word 'Presence', for that is what God is. When Moses asked Yahweh his name, Yahweh replied, 'I am who am' and this means 'I am present'. God is really saying, 'I shall be there for you.' God...
APRIL 14 – 15
Magis Society Capstone Presentations
APRIL 15 | 6:30 PM
Academy New Student Registration Night
Senior Awards Ceremony in the Chapel of St. John Berchmans