Student Life A Jesuit education extends well beyond the formal classroom setting. All students are encouraged to enjoy and express
themselves in a number of our extra-curricular groups and clubs. These groups are centered around comaraderie and
shared interests, but they also offer an opportunity for students to discover, craft, and utilize their talents while fostering
personal initiative and leadership skills.
There is a rich and dynamic student life unfolding on Himes Avenue, with abundant opportunities for Jesuit students
to grow as leaders and as “Men for Others.” There are more than 30 clubs and activities that reflect the diversity of
student interests and student life on campus. On any given day, you will find numerous groups meeting, planning,
and organizing – artists, actors, engineers, athletes, technology buffs, statisticians, pro-lifers, environmentalists,
community servants, debaters, Latinists, altar servers, writers, editors, photographers, and many more – students
exploring their interests, honing their talents, and becoming leaders engaged in the world, young men with growing
self-confidence, learning to put their talents at the service of God and others.
Jesuit’s Recycling Club has
recycled about 74.4 tons,
saving about 1,267 trees and
247 cubic yards of landfill
space since 2011.
Agmen Christi • Altar Servers • Anime • Audio Visual • Big Brothers • Blue Tide • Bocce
Business • Chess • Competitive Gaming • Crew • Don’t Feed the Artists • Environmental
G.O.O.N.S • Hockey • Key Club • La Gente • Latin • Lyre Literary Magazine • Masque
Mu Alpha Theta • National Honors Society • National Forensics League • Paintball
Peer Ministry • Philosophy • Photography • Pro-Life • Rho Kappa • Robotics • SADD
Sailing • Strategy Board Game • Student Government • The Tiger Newspaper
The Tiger Yearbook • Ultimate Frisbee • Volleyball