Student Life

A Jesuit student encounters many opportunities for growth and formation through his involvement in campus and community events, his participation in grade-level activities, and his commitment to the education of the whole person. By encouraging active student participation in the learning process, we build a student community from a foundation of mutual trust and mission.
Our faculty and staff are committed to forming young men who are well-rounded academically, emotionally, spiritually and socially. We strive to meet the multi-faceted interests and talents of our community and invite students and families to embrace the rich traditions of our school. 
Welcome to Jesuit student life!

Mark Knize
Assistant Principal of Student Life

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Because of the effort to build community, attendance is a crucial part of the Jesuit education. Absences occur, but it is vital that the student and his parents work to ensure that they happen as infrequently as possible. When absences occur, the attendance desk (972) 387-8700 x325 must be called or emailed prior to 8 a.m.

Although a parent has reported a student’s absence by telephone or email, on the day of his return to school and before he attends any classes, a student who has been absent should report to the attendance office with a note signed by his parent or guardian (email alone is not sufficient) stating the reason for his absence. Each day of absence should be acknowledged in the note.