Welcome Letter

Since its inception almost 475 years ago, Jesuit education was intended to give a vision of and preparation for one’s total life. 

So it is not surprising that it is the oldest, largest, and most respected educational network in the world. St. John’s Jesuit High School & Academy is proud and honored to be a Jesuit school.

As with all Jesuit schools around the world, our mission at St. John’s Jesuit is to help a young man prepare for his total life.

Our graduates must meet the Profile of the Graduate of a Jesuit High School at Graduation to be Open to Growth, Intellectually Competent, Loving, Religious, and Committed to Doing Justice.

Principal speaking to students

So, what does Jesuit education mean for a young man?

  • An opportunity to be a part of something bigger. Jesuit-educated colleagues throughout the world will become his network.

  • Positive Peer Pressure. Jesuit education develops the abilities in all students to achieve their greatest potential.

  • Participation in Christian Service opportunities locally, nationally, and internationally so young men develop a compassion for others.

  • A reinforcement of the Christian values you teach at home on a daily basis.

  • A cultural and societal experience beyond his neighborhood school that broadens his horizons and prepares him for high school, college, and the world.



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