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New to Jesuit seniors in the fall of the 2017 school year are the three new Catholic Social Teaching courses: Environmental Justice, Peace and Conflict, and Economic Justice. Each class offers different topics on current issues. Mr. Parker, who teaches Catholic Social Teaching: Peace and Conflict explains why Jesuit started these new theology courses; “Environment, Economics and Conflict are at...
Silent hallways, free of bustling high schoolers. Classrooms arranged neatly into perfectly parallel rows and columns of desks. Students forced into assigned seat numbers. The only noise coming is one of racing pencils and groaning children fed up with despair. An ominous scene of the future. Or.... Jesuit Dallas is taking the PSAT. The PSAT, which does not stand for...
High schoolers performing cutting edge research… WHAT?!? It might sound crazy, but that’s just what rising seniors Peter Hundley, Jackson Petroll, Connor Thomas, and Nicholas Wilson did over the summer. UT Southwestern’s STARS program brought over 50 metroplex high schoolers together for an eight week paid research program. “Rising Seniors apply to the program during their Junior year,” began Mrs. Boyle. “The...
Photos by Carl Quist '19 and William Roberts '19 Every year, the Junior Convocation is a place where the junior class gets a platform to receive their hard-worked achievements. Since many students claim the junior year of high school to be the hardest and most important, this Convocation a way students can demonstrate their hard-work to their fellow classmates, teachers,...
On May 12, 2017, the glistening eyes of the of the freshmen, sophomores, and juniors watched the Seniors march into the Terry Center as the entire student body of 2017 gathered for the last time. After the Seniors marched in, Mr. Garrison stepped on stage and called the congregation to worship, thus inaugurating the Senior Convocation of 2017. The...
The roaring engines fired up to full potential. The Airbus quickly gains speed as it zooms across the runway, gradually lifting its front wheel from the tarmac. The plane finally lifts off and disappears into the bright blue sky as it heads towards Italy. The Jesuit students watched as their Italian friends returned home. Four months later, on March 11,...
"Hey! Can I borrow your drill (or hot glue gun, or a couple zipties/screws)?" "Are you gonna use this , or do you need it?" "When does this period end?" *bell rings* Amid these commonplace inquisitions, the whirring of drills, cutting of wood, or the occasional (constant) dropping of a hammer, the annual physics Rube Goldberg projects are heard being constructed (God...

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