Please join us in congratulating our #RangeroftheWeek.
We began this year with the pledge to maintain a continuity of community despite physical distancing and remote learning.
During the month of November, the Jesuits remember our deceased alumni, benefactors, and friends through the celebration of Masses and prayers. Please share with us in this special All Souls Remembrance by sending us the names of your loved ones who have died.
Sign-ups for Jesuit's annual Adopt-a-Family program are live! We need volunteers to help shop for gifts, and to provide donations, gift cards, and gift bags for 100 families in need. In efforts to ensure the safety of our community, we regret that we will not have Mass or a wrapping party this year.
Friday's football season-opener against Flower Mound Marcus will be broadcast live on CW33.com and the CW33 app. If you miss the game, you can watch the replay on Saturday at 7 p.m. on the CW33 network.
Besides being a symbolic nod to our Jesuit brotherhood, one common Jesuit experience that every alumnus since 1942 has shared is the wearing of a tie at Jesuit. Many of us had never worn a tie before we started at Jesuit, but we quickly became experts in the tying of one and could be challenged to do it perfectly while running to a class with books under one arm and a book bag on our backs! What a skill!
You spoke and we listened! We are happy to unveil our new newsletter, designed and written especially for alumni and their families. If you would like to continue receiving the Jesuit Now, which is targeted to current parents and students, please fill out this form..
Through The Tie we will continue to communicate ways to get involved and inform you of upcoming community and alumni events. Thanks for all you do to support your alma mater. Together we can do amazing things!
Are you curious with what student life is like at Jesuit since COVID-19? Learn more about the current student experience though our 2020-21 School Year FAQ portal.
This letter is primarily to inform you that Jesuit will continue in the hybrid learning model through Friday, Oct. 2.