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JSEA initiates programs and provides services that enable its member schools to sustain their Ignatian vision and Jesuit mission of educational excellence in the formation of young men and women of competence, conscience and compassion.
Georgetown Preparatory School, connected with the University when it started, was the first Jesuit secondary school in the U.S.
Brophy College Preparatory (Phoenix) 1928
Bellarmine College Preparatory (San Jose) 1851
Cristo Rey High School (Jesuits one of three sponsoring religious congregations)
Loyola High School (Los Angeles) 1865
Jesuit High School (Sacramento) 1963
St. Ignatius College Preparatory (San Francisco) 1855
Verbum Dei High School (Los Angeles) 1962
Xavier College Preparatory (Palm Desert) 2006
Arrupe Jesuit High School (Denver) 2003
Regis Jesuit High School (Aurora) 1877
Fairfield College Preparatory School (Fairfield) 1942
District of Columbia
Gonzaga College High School (Washington, DC) 1821
Belen Jesuit Preparatory School (Miami) 1854
Jesuit High School of Tampa 1899
Loyola Academy (Wilmette) 1909
St. Ignatius College Preparatory School (Chicago) 1870
Cristo Rey Jesuit High School (Chicago) 1996
Brebeuf Jesuit Preparatory School (Indianapolis) 1962
Jesuit High School (New Orleans) 1847
Cheverus High School (Portland) 1917
Cristo Rey Jesuit High School (Baltimore) 2007
Georgetown Preparatory School (North Bethesda) 1789
Loyola Blakefield (Towson) 1852
Boston College High School (Boston) 1863
Loyola High School (Detroit) 1993
University of Detroit Jesuit High School and Academy (Detroit) 1877
Cristo Rey Jesuit High School (Minneapolis) 2007
De Smet Jesuit High School (Creve Coeur) 1967
Rockhurst High School (Kansas City) 1914
St. Louis University High School (St. Louis) 1818
Creighton Preparatory School (Omaha) 1878
St. Peter’s Preparatory School (Jersey City) 1872
Canisius High School (Buffalo) 1870
Cristo Rey New York High School (New York City) 2004
Fordham Preparatory School (New York City) 1841
Loyola School (New York City) 1900
McQuaid Jesuit High School (Rochester) 1954
Regis High School (New York City) 1914
Xavier High School (New York City) 1847
St. Ignatius High School, Cleveland (Cleveland) 1886
St. John’s Jesuit High School and Academy (Toledo) 1965
St. Martin de Porres High School (Cleveland) 2004
St. Xavier High School (Cincinnati) 1831
Walsh Jesuit High School (Cuyahoga Falls) 1965
Jesuit High School (Portland) 1956
Saint Joseph’s Preparatory School (Philadelphia) 1851
Scranton Preparatory School (Scranton) 1944
Colegio San Ignacio de Loyola (San Juan)1952
Red Cloud High School (Pine Ridge) 1937
Strake Jesuit College Preparatory (Houston)1960
Jesuit College Preparatory School a.k.a. Jesuit Dallas (Dallas) 1942
Bellarmine Preparatory School (Tacoma, Washington) 1928
Gonzaga Preparatory School (Spokane, Washington) 1887
Seattle Preparatory School 1891
Marquette University High School (Milwaukee) 1857
Improving SAT scores using practical strategies from Jesuit, Benedictine, and Medical Mission Sisters spirituality
By Dr. Patricia Sisca Pace
Some People who attended a Jesuit High School
Two-term Governor of California and Mayor of Oakland,
St. Ignatius College Prep in San Francisco, 1955.
Former U.S. Secretary of Education,
Gonzaga College High, Washington D.C., 1961
Former Senior White House Advisor who served Nixon, Ford, and Reagan,
Gonzaga College High, Washington, DC 1956.
Baseball player with the San Franciso Giants and Texas Rangers,
Jesuit High School in New Orleans.
CEO of Sherwin Williams, Walsh Jesuit High, 1974.
Singer and actor, Gonzaga High School.
John, James, and Leon Gorman
Owners of L.L. Bean, Ceverus High School, 1949,’50,’52.
Attorney General and Senator, Georgetown Prep (DC).
TV, movie actor and comedian of Saturday Night Live,
Loyola Academy, Wilmette.
Actor: Batman Forever, Fried Green Tomatoes, Circle of Friends, and Scent of a Woman, Loyola Academy, Wilmette, 1988.
Head coach of Penn State University, Brooklyn Prep (recently closed).
NBC News Senior VP and moderator of “Meet the Press”,
Canisius High, Buffalo, 1968.
Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court, Xavier High School New York, 1953.
Former major league baseball player for the Houston Astros and radio announcer for the New York Mets, Jesuit High School, New Orleans.
Movie Actor, Marquette High School, Milwaukee.
TV and movie actor, starred as Norm in Cheers,
Campion Jesuit High, 1966.