President Earsing responds to the letter from the Diocese of Dallas and the painful breach of trust by the Church.
On Dec. 15, the Jesuit community will come together once again to provide gifts for over 100 underserved families through our annual Adopt-a-Family program. This event is driven entirely by volunteers through donations and gifts in kind. Opportunities still available include helping shop and wrap for gifts, providing donations and purchasing gift cards. Would you like to help?
Purchase a ticket for your one-of-a-kind, delicious burger from the Hamburger Man! He will be on campus for the pregame tailgate on Friday, Oct. 25 and will be serving hamburgers from 5:30 - 7 p.m. Sale ends Tuesday, Oct. 22. Please note that no tickets will be sold at the event. All sales are final and no refunds can be made.
Are you ready?! Country meets classic rock in the next installment of Jesuit's unforgettable Homecoming Concert celebration. This year's performance will be co-headlined by a break-out country star Rolling Stone has declared "a live legacy in the making," and a legendary pop/rock super-group that has charted 27 songs ...
Come visit with students and faculty, and learn about what makes Jesuit Dallas an unparalleled experience at Catholic Schools Preview Night. For more information or to learn more about Jesuit Dallas, contact Director of Admissions, Tim Host.
Join us on campus for Alumni & Family Day on Sat., Oct. 26 from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. Featuring a kids' zone with games, face decorating, bounce houses, annual alumni flag football and rugby. If you are interested in entering the BBQ Cook-Off or would like more information about this FREE community day of fun, please contact Sean McMullen.
The National Merit Scholarship Corporation (NMSC) has announced that six students from the Jesuit Dallas Class of 2020 have been named as Semifinalists in the 65th annual National Merit Scholarship Program.
Alumni & Family Day is one of the most exciting events of Homecoming Week, and it has become the place where the master barbecuers in our community have gathered for the most mouth-watering contest of the year. Last year, 17 teams vied for top honors, and we're hoping to outdo ourselves in 2019. Space is limited, but if you are interested in being part of the competition, please contact Sean McMullen '96, and we'll see you on Saturday, Oct. 26!
Join us for our 10th-year celebration! We are looking forward to a wonderful day on the golf course, Monday, Oct. 14 and hope you can be part of the fun. This spirited Jesuit tradition does not happen without your help.
Applications are now open online for the Washington D.C. Ignatian Conference, The El Paso Border Initiative, Los Angeles Poverty Immersion, Mexico Fall Social Justice Exchange, and the spring Waco Poverty Simulation. Students should be logged into their Google account before accessing the application. Apply early - applications close Sept. 25.