The Jesuit Education Network

Jesuit schools are steeped with in tradition and philosophy that runs five-centuries deep. St. Ignatius of Loyola, founder of the Society of Jesus believed a Jesuit education helps develop each student in an environment that fosters the care and growth of the whole person – cura personalis.  The Jesuit curriculum is designed to challenge the abilities of each student while engaging his interests. 

St. John’s Jesuit develops young men through growth in knowledge and in spiritual and moral values that will prepare them for a life of high achievement, community service and personal fulfillment. And a Jesuit education is more than St. John’s Jesuit.  The Jesuit network ha 28 colleges all ranked in the upper segment of each school’s respective classification in U.S. News and World Report.  Additionally,  St. John’s Jesuit is part of a network of 63 high schools in the U.S. and over 185 institutions of higher learning worldwide in 73 countries that all share ideas and programs.  Jesuit education is the oldest and largest academic system in the world.

Opportunities extend beyond northwest Ohio as graduates become part of the worldwide Jesuit tradition.  The International Jesuit Alumni Association includes more than 10 million graduates. This Jesuit network opens doors for alumni in education, religion, social and business. This unique network insures that wherever a graduate is – his home town or anywhere in the world – he will meet and work with fellow Jesuit school graduates. All are educated in the tradition of the Jesuit Graduate at Graduation tradition to be Open to Growth, Intellectually Competent, Religious, Loving and Committed to Doing Justice.

Global Jesuit Education Map

A St. John’s Jesuit Education

  • Unique scholarship opportunities available at top colleges and universities. Graduates of Jesuit high schools who apply to Jesuit colleges and universities often have exclusive scholarships and admission advantages.

  • College admission officials – public and private, recognize the caliber of a Jesuit education.

  • A Jesuit education develops the academic abilities of all students in an environment where they are encouraged to achieve their greatest potential.

  • Our Christian Service Program provides opportunities locally, nationally and internationally to help students develop compassion for others, truly becoming a man for others.

  • A three-pronged approach develops your son’s spirituality and consciousness through theology classes, Christian service and campus ministry.  These three formational areas deepen spirituality and lead young men towards developing a Christ-like compassion.

  • An important part of high school life is making friends and getting to know more people. Our students represent over 75 different elementary and junior high schools throughout northwest Ohio. This environment and diversity provide an experience that broadens your son’s horizons and better prepares him for college and life.

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