Service and Justice
The Community Service and Social Justice program at Jesuit Dallas is one of the most extensive high school service-learning programs in the State of Texas, and a leader among Jesuit schools, nationally. We work with several hundred Catholic outreach organizations, schools, hospitals, special education centers, elderly care facilities, refugee networks, language centers and environmental programs. Our service / immersion educational model is grounded in the rich Catholic Social Teaching tradition. Students are formed as "Men for Others" through their work in local, domestic, and international initiatives.
Jesuit Dallas community service & social justice works to form men of conscience and compassion. Our Catholic and Jesuit identity calls us to welcome the stranger, and to approach different faith traditions and cultures with openness and understanding. Through our work in various outreach organizations and signature ministries such as Jesuit Refugee Service, we have a long, proud tradition of welcoming and accompanying refugees, regardless of their religion, as they begin new lives in the United States. We aim to continue that work, defending and standing in solidarity with all children of God, whether Muslim or Christian.