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Founded in Dallas in 1942, Jesuit College Preparatory School of Dallas is a Catholic, private, independent, all-boys high school. Following the 500 year-old Jesuit tradition of St. Ignatius of Loyola, Jesuit Dallas strives to form young men into leaders who are open to growth, intellectually competent, committed to working for justice, religious, loving, and physically fit.

Admission to Jesuit Dallas is open to qualified young men of all faiths and denominations, without regard to race or national origin. Prospective students are chosen by an admissions committee on the basis of past school performance, academic and personal recommendations, a competitive entrance examination, a personal interview, and demonstrated promise of future development. Additional consideration is given to members of the Roman Catholic Church, sons and brothers of Jesuit Dallas alumni, brothers of current students, and students of ethnic, socioeconomic, and geographic diversity.

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Quick Facts:

President: Mr. Michael A. Earsing
Principal: Mr. Thomas E. Garrison
Enrollment: ~1,100 boys from 155 different middle schools
Motto: Men for Others
Mascot: Rangers
Colors: Blue and Gold
Average class size: 19
Student-to-teacher ratio: 9:1
Faculty breakdown: 33 Female 78 Male
Extracurricular activities: 80+
Sports: 20 different sports fielding 54 different teams
Religious identity: 79% Catholic, 19% other Christian, 2% non-Christian
Ethnic identity: 3% African-American, 7% Asian American, 69% Caucasian, 17% Hispanic, 4% Multiracial, >1% Native American
 2015-2016 Financial Assistance: $1,908,500.

Tim Host
Director of Admissions
972-387-8700 x415