JESUIT EDUCATED. What does it mean to be Jesuit educated? A Jesuit education combines the pursuit of knowledge with a dedication to faith in God and love of mankind, and a commitment to social justice and serving others. To be Jesuit educated is to embrace the concept of magis — to always strive to serve more, learn more and to love more deeply. Pope Francis, a Jesuit, exhorts us to move out of our comfort zones and toward the frontiers of an interconnected world full of great need.


Resources

For more information on the Jesuits and what it means
to be a Jesuit school, click the links below.
    • Guatemala Immersion 2020

    • El Salvador Immersion 2019