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Named by the senior class as most likely to own a Fortune 500 company and also most likely to become president, Clark Durham ’12 has always displayed his leadership and management skills at Jesuit. While some may see him as rigid and exacting, others see him as determined and hard-working. And it was his determination and effort that earned him...
Hype, electric, lit. The associative capacity of the English language only begins to scratch the surface of the intensity that was Jesuit's 2019 Prom. The Jesuit and Ursuline Junior/Senior Prom took place last Saturday, April 13 at the Dallas Trade Mart Grand Pavilion. Students were required to arrive no later than 7:00 pm and leave no sooner than 10:30 pm,...
If you went to the football game last Friday, you might have noticed an interesting face in the student section. What was peculiar was that it was a face without a body, nicknamed the Dion Scion (Dye-on Sigh-on). Created by Senior Rudder Allison, the Dion Sign was a popular addition to the student section, bringing good fun and laughter to...
"I called him My Superman. And during his life, he personified the attributes of the Man of Steel."  Ruth Edmond, devoted wife of 53 years Jesuit's first black graduate Charles Edmond '58 passed into the embrace of God on April 12, 2018.  Battling Parkinsons Disease, he was 77.  He is survived by his wife Ruth, son Charles, daughter Jonna, and...
This last Wednesday, April 20, Jesuit lost arguably one of its most influential people in Gary Pasqua ’55. Coach Pasqua was a coach and athletic director for a number of years, and Jesuit’s very own football field bears his name. Pasqua was known for the incredible contributions he brought to Jesuit not only as a football coach, but also as an...
This Summer, nine members of our faculty and staff are walking a route in Spain with sites related to the life of St. Ignatius. The following post by Mr. Matt Duross ’05 is the seventh in a series of their reflections. Saint Ignatius suffered a traumatic leg injury in Pamplona when a cannonball struck his leg during a battle. I can't imagine the...
As another fantastic year at Jesuit ends, and the seniors go off to college, the school must sadly say goodbye to one of its most impactful teachers, Mrs. Kathy Bean. Mrs. Bean fundamentally created the current statistics program at Jesuit, but she has also left her mark outside of the classroom through her exemplary involvement in community service. Fully committing...
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...

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