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.
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percent of the student body uses one or more of the A+ Learning Center services throughout the school year
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Students per school year Participated in a Domestic or International Mission Trip
AP COURSE OFFERINGS
consecutive years TRAC All-Sports Champion
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Families with boys and girls in various grade levels can now register for summer camps! Full details including dates, ages, skill level, and online payment are here. Week of June 7: Archery, Titan Basketball, Lego Robotics, Master Chef I, Spanish Enrichment, Total...
Two years ago today, a major electrical fire damaged the centuries-old Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris, France. Many of the cathedral’s priceless artifacts were rescued during the blaze when bystanders formed a human chain to retrieve art and religious artifacts. ...
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