Jesuit College Preparatory School of Dallas (Jesuit Dallas) is located on a 34-acre campus in North Dallas. The School's focus on formation of the whole person results in young men who seek the fullest development of their God-given talents and puts their faith in action. The more than 11,000 graduates — Men for Others — serve as community leaders throughout the globe. As described by President Mike Earsing, "Our students are not just called to be the best in the world; they are called to be the
best for the world."
President Earsing responds to the letter from the Diocese of Dallas and the painful breach of trust by the Church.
Rising seniors, purchase your 2019-20 parking pass today! Class of 2020 parking passes will be available for purchase until May 3 and Class of 2021 parking passes will be available starting on May 6.
Poker with the Cowboys is now set for Wed., May 22 at Shinsei Restaurant. Featuring celebrity Cowboy legends Emmitt Smith, Daryl Johnston, and Darren Woodson, $1250 gets you a spot at the table for this unforgettable experience. Only 24 seats are available for this one-of-a-kind event.
The Jesuit Dallas Museum invites you to celebrate ArtQuest 2019 on Thurs., May 2, 2019 at The Museum of Biblical Arts at 7500 Park Lane, Dallas, from 6-9 p.m. This evening marks the annual highlight for one of the most unique art museums in the country. See you there!
Join the Jesuit community at Globe Life Park April 30, 2019 for a Texas Rangers baseball game and cheer on Jesuit alumnus and current Pittsburgh Pirates first baseman Josh Bell '11. We have reserved 150 tickets in 2 sections for you to choose from. Deadline to purchase tickets is April 28.
Immaculée Ilibagiza is the author of a New York Times best-selling book, Left to Tell: Discovering God Amidst the Rwandan Genocide. Ilibagiza is a survivor of the 1994 Rwandan Genocide that took the lives of her parents and two brothers. Hear her story on May 10 from 7:30 - 9 p.m. in the Terry Center.
This will take place on Sun., May 19, 2019 with Mass at 9 a.m. at the Terry Center, followed by breakfast at the Grand Ballroom of The Westin Dallas Park Central. All members of the Class of 2019 and their parents are encouraged to participate in this meaningful event. Please make your reservations before May 10.
The Jesuit Alumni Association invites alumni, parents, parents of grads, friends and dates to our annual Brew Review, Sat., April 27 from 2–5 p.m. in Xavier Mall outside of the cafeteria. Free registration due to the generosity of a donor. You must be 21 or older. For questions contact Sean McMullen '96.
Wednesday, May 8, seniors will participate in a special on-campus presentation in the Terry Center. Seniors who are currently 18 years of age will be given the opportunity to be a potential donor. Parents, alumni, and members of the community who are ages 18-44 are also invited to join Be the Match
Tickets are on sale for the 21st annual Blue & Gold Banquet celebrating the Jesuit Dallas Sports Hall of Fame scheduled for Saturday, May 4. Purchase your tickets here.
Jesuit Dallas Museum
Every day, the Jesuit Dallas Museum’s collection of world-class art enriches the educational experience of our students and the broader community.
The Jesuit Dallas Alumni Association offers a number of events, services, and programs for alumni throughout the year. See what’s going on and learn how you can stay connected.
The Ranger Connection is the official spirit store of Jesuit Dallas. Visit our on-campus storefront or shop online to show off your Jesuit pride!
The Profile of the Graduate touches every aspect of life at Jesuit Dallas. At graduation, the Jesuit student has come to embody the ideal described in the Profile.
Prayer is the key way an individual develops their relationship with God and we invite you to pray with us each morning.
The student voice and newspaper serving Jesuit Dallas since 1942.
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Communications provides information and resources about Jesuit Dallas to staff, media, family and friends.
Among the School’s official publications are the community magazine, Jesuit Today, and the Jesuit Now weekly newsletter.
Archives promotes the discovery, collection, and preservation of historical records and materials relating to the history of Jesuit Dallas.
In addition to highlight and program-specific content, Jesuit operates two broadcast channels for live and on-demand event coverage.