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On the morning of Saturday, March 24 while most high school students were still sleeping or watching the morning edition of SportsCenter, a certain Jesuit team was participating in a UIL district meet at Conrad High School against notable rival opponents such as Lake Highlands and Richardson Berkner; however, this competition wasn’t on a field, or in a gym,...
Jesuit’s UIL Math team, lead by senior Brendan O’Brien, looks to establish a winning tradition in the competitive arena of high school math competitions. Because only the top three district contestants continue to the regional meet, UIL Math will need anyone who can contribute to the team’s success. At the district meet in February, contestants can try their luck...
On Saturday March 26, 2011, Jesuit went to Richardson High School to compete in the UIL academic competitions.  This year we competed in seven events against roughly 40 different public schools, which included several magnet schools in Dallas. These events were Ready Writing, Spelling and Vocabulary, Current Issues and Events, Calculator Applications, Number Sense, Mathematics, and Prose Interpretation. In the...
At this point, most of us have heard of the University Interscholastic League academic competitions that Jesuit will be participating in. Are you interested in competing in one of the prestigious University Interscholastic League (UIL) academic competitions or even just wondering what they are? Well, every school in Jesuit Dallas’ district 9-5A will compete on Saturday, March 26, 2011, at Richardson High School...

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