FAQ

How are students selected for admission?

  • Students’ grades, placement test score and evaluations from current teachers are reviewed by a committee for acceptance. St. John's Jesuit does not discriminate based on race, creed, national or ethnic origin.

My son is a good student, but struggles with tests-is SJJ a good fit?

  • Yes!  SJJ has the finest support network in the area.  The A+ Learning Center is open throughout the day from 7:30 to 4:15 and provides the boys with the support needed to learn the proper study techniques that they will carry over to college.  There is a large staff dedicated to the A+ Learning Center and walk-in are welcomed. 

What separates SJJ from other Schools?

  • St. John’s Jesuit is a Jesuit institution, which is the longest continuous form of education in the world and one of the largest!
  • There are 3730 Jesuit educational institutions throughout the world, caring for just of 2.5 million students.
  • A Jesuit education focuses on the following:
    • Open to Grow (encouraging an open mind)
    • Intellectual Competence (reaching your full potential as a student)
    • Religious (religion is the foundation of a successful life)
    • Loving (Men for Others-think of others before you think of yourself)
    • Committed to Justice (be the voice of those who do not have one)
  • SJJ students traditionally earn more Academic Scholarship for college than any other school in the area.

Is there a deadline for financial assistance?

Are athletic scholarships available?

  • There are no scholarships given for athletic ability.

Are there any programs for minority students?

  • The 2020 scholarship program is a comprehensive, highly personalized opportunity targeting academically talented and economically and culturally disadvantaged youth. Toledo 2020 targets the bright and the disadvantaged youth. The program prepares students, known as Jesuit Scholars, for success in a rigorous, college-preparatory curriculum. The goals beyond high school graduation will be achievement in college, and, by the year 2020, leadership in the community.

Is SJJ accredited?

  • St. John's is accredited by: The North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Jesuit Secondary Education Association, Ohio Department of Education.
  • SJJ is one of only seven State of Ohio charters as a college-preparatory school
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