Welcome! Since 1942, Jesuit Dallas has been equipping young men to become leaders who demonstrate knowledge joined with virtue. We admit students without regard for race, creed, religion, national origin, or ability to pay - resulting in an economically, ethnically, and racially diverse student body and community. We encourage you to learn more about our history and unique approach to education and would love for you to visit so that we may show you what makes Jesuit Dallas so special!
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Candidates for admission to Jesuit Dallas are considered solely on the merits of their academic ability and character; the need for financial aid has no bearing on admission. Many students in the Jesuit Dallas community benefit from both need-based and merit-based financial aid.
Jesuit Dallas believes that a single sex environment allows for effective implementation of teaching strategies geared for adolescent males, lessens social pressures, and results in a meaningful and life-long brotherhood.
The Higher Achievement Program is an academic enrichment camp serving high aspiring middle school students residing in communities where summer camps may not be readily available and/or affordably priced. The program provides students with foundational skills in science, math, social studies, and English.
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Through Jesuit I have met my closest friends; guys who have motivated me to become the best version of myself, helped cultivate my talents, and look out for me in a way that can only be described as family.Mark Trottier '24