Skip To Main Content

Sophomore Dylan Stump recently organized a group of students from Jesuit to volunteer in Burning Hope’s third annual Walk Strong event. Designed to raise funds for Chronic Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) research, Dylan helped facilitate the set up and tear down of the event, led a contingent of participants in the walk, and helped Walk Strong surpass its fundraising goals. 

“Dylan’s leadership on the Northaven Trail for Walk Strong was inspiring,” an administrator described. “He’s an excellent student who pushes himself academically, but he also has a servant heart and has done a tremendous job helping to raise awareness and resources to fund research and treatment options for people suffering from CRPS.” 

A member of the Jesuit Dallas Track & Field program, where he was identified by a coach as a “great teammate,” Dylan participates in the entrepreneurship club, coding club, and investment club, and did a wonderful job assisting the admissions department in his role as a campus ambassador where, among other responsibilities, he oversaw the registration and check-in for new applicants at the ISEE test in January.

“Dylan is a diligent and conscientious student in the classroom,” said one of his teachers. “He is kind and friendly towards teachers and classmates and takes accountability for his own learning. He models a tremendous example for his classmates.”

Congratulations to Ranger of the Week, Dylan Stump ’26.