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Senior Leo Mejorado, who is a leader in the MAGIS mentorship program, helped welcome over 60 students from Jesuit’s Higher Achievement Program last Friday evening to Ranger Stadium, as dozens of future Jesuit hopefuls were able to share in the brotherhood of our student community. 

“Welcoming, inviting, and generous with his time and attention towards these young middle schoolers who seek positive male role models in their lives, Leo shows that they are seen, known, and loved, truly exemplifying what it means to be loving in the Profile of the Graduate,” shared a nominating member of the faculty. An administrator added, “Leo set an amazing example for our young visitors. His work in the MAGIS program has been inspiring, and it was heartwarming to watch so many of those boys gravitate to Leo, who was so caring and attentive, making each of our guests feel welcomed.”

Leo is part of the Jesuit Multicultural Society and is a four-year member of the swimming & diving team. For his senior service, he has been a perpetual presence at the Holocaust and Human Rights Museum of Dallas, where the directors of the museum have commended Leo for his dedication and enthusiasm in educating others about human rights and our responsibility to be inclusive. 

“Leo always seems to go above and beyond,” offered a member of the service and justice team. “He will be a leader in our upcoming immersion program in Monterrey, Mexico, and is always reaching out to see how he can support our service initiatives. Leo believes in Jesuit and loves to be a part of building the community!”

Congratulations to Ranger of the Week, Leo Mejorado ’23.