Wednesday, September 23, 2020

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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,...
When you're a timid freshman entering the halls of Jesuit, it seems that you have 'four long years' to make the most of your Jesuit experience. And, in accord with this, most seniors leave their indelible mark on the 28. Though the Junior Convocation is coveted as the one with the most scholarship money with it, Senior Convocation serves as...
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...
Junior Convocation marks one of the most memorable events in every student's tenure at Jesuit, initiating the long-awaited transition from junior to senior. A transition marked by late-night studying and hours of tedious homework, Junior Convocation celebrates the accomplishments of the year and commemorates students for their work in the Jesuit community. This year, Junior Convocation took place on Thursday,...
Photography by Joe Howard   The Freshman/Sophomore Convocation is an event that occurs at the end of every school year. The convocation is intended to identify those students who have shined in particular subjects/extracurriculars, showed constant service and great leadership, or simply displayed the attributes of the Jesuit Student. The Convocation attempts to award the students who deserve recognition. Shortly before the Freshman/Sophomore Convocation, I spoke...
For many freshmen, Senior Convocation is just another dreary event with Mr. McDaniel or Mr. Garrison listing off the names of people they’ve probably never met, but, as students progress in their Jesuit career, they begin to grasp the significance of this event. On the morning of Friday, May 8th, the Class of 2015 finally experienced this significance firsthand. After all...
At the end of every Junior year, there comes a highly anticipated ceremony; The Junior Convocation. The Jesuit community gathers together as a whole to celebrate the achievements of outstanding Juniors who challenged themselves inside and out of the classroom. The ceremony also recognizes the transition between Junior year and Senior year, a transition into leadership. The annual Junior Convocation was...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z7HWw7vVW5A&feature=youtu.be Senior year. The year you're always looking forward to. Your brain thinks, "If I can just survive junior year, then I'll be fine because I can enjoy senior year." Applications turned in by first semester. Your life is changing, and you want to cram some last-minute memories before you go to college. One thing that seniors get to enjoy...

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