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THE JESUIT DALLAS STUDENT VOICE AND STUDENT NEWSPAPER SINCE 1942

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This past Friday, May 10th, 2013, the student body congregated for the last time this year to celebrate an important milestone in a Jesuit student’s career- Senior Convocation. A way to honor and recognize the class of 2013 before the next step in their academic journey, convocation commemorates those seniors who have striven to achieve the ideal graduate at graduation and excelled...
Marking the last time the seniors would congregate with the rest of the student body, the Senior Convocation, held on May 11, 2012, commemorated individual seniors for their dedication to academics, leadership, and community service during their last school-year at Jesuit.   Beginning with the academic and extracurricular achievements, junior counselor Mr. Paul McDaniel gave out the awards for a variety...
The Jesuit community gathers three times every May for the annual class convocations. Often referred to as the “hardest” and “most important” part of high school, junior year culminates in the largest and most extensive convocation ceremony, with more awards, scholarships and recognition than both the freshman/sophomore and senior convocation.  The junior convocation comprises a wide variety of awards...
An event that takes places toward the end of the academic school year, convocation is designed to recognize students who have excelled in particular subjects, displayed a great passion for learning in a particular subject, demonstrated consistent service and leadership, or simply exemplified what it means to be a Jesuit student.  The ceremony certainly recognizes students where recognition is...

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