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A ceremony that marks the end of a difficult year of study, the Junior Convocation is a time when the school comes together as a group to recognize the hard work and dedication of the entire junior class. With the seniors no longer on campus, the Convocation also signifies the transition into senior year for juniors who have grown...
Work it! You can do this! Just one! More! Milliliter of Polydimethylsiloxane? I’ll bet you thought I was gonna say one more rep…. Rising seniors Sean Holden, Kota Ueshima, and Reed Zimmermann got some serious mental workouts in this summer as research interns at UT Southwestern.   These three students participated in the highly competitive STARS research program. Upon acceptance, each student was...
Does the engineering flowchart fascinate you? Do you like to play with WD-40 or build different projects that utilize the principles of math and science? If so, the Jesuit Engineering Society wants you to join now. On April 9th, the Jesuit Engineering Society (JES) hosted a research booth at the Environmental Education Initiative (EEI) at Fair Park in Dallas with hopes...
This past September, nine Jesuit seniors—Michael Artigues, Will Brown, Ben Carver, Cole Fincher, Ivan Gan, Aidan Johnston, Matt Tulli, Jason Uy, and Oliver Valenti—were honored as semi-finalists in the National Merit Scholarship Program, one of the most prestigious high school awards in the nation. The award, given by the National Merit Scholarship Corporation (NMSC), has been given to high-achieving...
3 am.  Sweat dripping down his face, a hard-working Junior labors away at another physics problem set.  Eyes dilated, face winced, he looks with existential dread at the unread pages of the Iliad.  Quiz? Test? Essay? Homework?  For many, sacrificing sleep is simply the price one pays for academic success.  Surely there had to be a better way? Meet Will...
Although there are many strawberries, blackberries, blueberries, and raspberries, there is one berry that presides among all of them; Ian Berry! Mr. Ian Berry ’07 was born at Presbyterian Hospital and grew up in the Lake Highlands area. Until sixth grade he attended The Highlander School, a small school off Plano road. After graduating, he moved on to another small school called The...
On Wednesday and Thursday of the past week, February, 23 - 24, 2011, students from Mrs. Mary Beth Farrell’s and Dr. Michael Degen’s Junior AP Literature classes participated in a unique reflection activity about their required reading material, A Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens. This synthesis activity is known as a News Conference, where about half of the...
Félicitations Sophomores Alejandro Hippolito and Andrew Arraj! The 10th place winners of the National French Contest Gino Piamonte Killing zombies in a video game that uses the French language and studying quizlet cards may not sound like the most effective means of studying , but Sophomores Alejandro Hippolito and Andrew Arraj managed to do so as they won 10th place in the...

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