Our Catholic Identity
At Jesuit, our roots in the Catholic faith inform everything we do.
Our young men are challenged to become aware of God’s presence
in their lives and to connect with their faith in a personal way.
Saint Ignatius preached that we can find God in all things. All of our
students participate in theology classes, annual retreats, monthly
Masses, and reflections to help them discover and be shaped by
God in their lives, to be men of great faith and purpose.
Men for Others
The mission of developing “Men for Others” is at the spiritual core
of our students’ four years at Jesuit. We ask each student to dedicate
his interests, talents, and time to engage the community in the
service of others.
The Community Service program, a required part of our curriculum,
asks our students to bring their time and talents to those in need,
immersing themselves in the Tampa Bay community and beyond.
What begins as a curricular requirement of 150
service hours — over four years —
becomes a true passion for helping
those in need. Our students learn
first hand that lasting change begins
with them — that they have
the ability to inspire hope, provide
need, and leave an active and
positive impact on the lives of
those who need it the most.
Jesuit students completed
44,068 hours of community
service during the 2017-18
Annual Freshman Retreat
Annual Muscular Dystrophy Camp
Each year, Jesuit students
have 28 spiritual retreats and
10 service immersion trips
to choose from.
Annual Special Olympics Event Annual Alumni Memorial Mass