Health and Immunization
Health forms are completed by each student entering the Freshman class and transfer students. The form lists the student's history of immunizations and current physical condition. This form is kept on file at Jesuit for a period of ten (10) years after graduation. Texas state law requires that all students attending school must have current immunizations. Incomplete forms will be returned to the student. A report is generated each month to determine which students are not in compliance with the immunization requirements. Letters are then sent to the parent notifying them of the time they have to update a student's immunization record. Students who do not have Health foms on file by the end of the first day of school or do not return proof of immunizations by due dates will be asked to remain out of school until the verification of immunization is received. All students must turn in the original form mailed in their acceptance packet. For further information regarding Texas state immunization requirements, please refer to: Texas Department of Immunizations Division
Medical Release Forms
Medical Release forms are sent to each student entering the Freshman class and Transfer students. Should a student require medical treatment while in the care of a Jesuit faculty or staff member, the form is readily available to verify the parents' permission to seek treatment. The form lists the student's last tetanus shot, physician's name and physician's address. The form must be signed by the parent and notarized. This form is kept on file at Jesuit until the student graduates. The form allows the student to participate in off-campus activities. Forms are due to the Records office with registration. Students who do not have Medical Release forms on file by the end of the first day of school will be asked to remain out of school until the completed document is received. All students must turn in the original pink document mailed to them in their acceptance packet.