Skip To Main Content

Stay Connected

STAY CONNECTED

Landing-intro

It is virtually impossible to quantify all the ways in which the untiring dedication of our students, parents, alumni, faculty, and staff has shaped our beloved school. There are numerous ways to stay connected at Jesuit, from volunteering in parent organizational groups and at School events; publications such as Jesuit Today and The Roundup; serving as a docent for the Jesuit Dallas Museum; and showing your pride by gearing up at The Ranger Connection. 

Resource


Landing image buttons

Upcoming Events

Summer at Jesuit!

Pre-K - High School
Join us for an unforgettable summer! Opportunities for boys and girls ranging from pre-kindergarten to high school are available between June 3 – Aug. 3 (individual dates and details vary).

Attend a Game

Throughout the year, we engage with local, national, and international partners to create formative experiences that compel our students to carefully consider the intersections of faith and justice and engage in meaningful encounters with those experiencing marginalization.

Tour Our Museum

The Museum welcomes the public to tour our permanent collection and to view special exhibitions. The Jesuit Dallas Museum is nationally accredited by the American Alliance of Museums (AAM), the highest national standard of recognition possible for a museum. Our trained docents guide visitors for an engaging look at some of the 600 pieces in the collection.

Our Community

$20 M

Dollars raised through the Celebration Auction

100

Families served each year through Adopt-a-Family

#6

The MAGIS Golf Classic ranks among the best charity tournaments in Texas

2,000+

Annual attendees at the JWA Christmas Bazaar

40

Jesuit Dallas Museum volunteer docents

788

Active members in the Jesuit Women’s Auxiliary

328

Endowments established to support students, faculty, and programs

5,234

Live video stream views during 2022-23

Jesuit is not just a great school. It’s a place that becomes your second home. Your friends are your brothers, and your teachers and counselors – who care so much about each student – become an important part of your life.Hogan Civello '25