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Every day, Jesuit students creatively find some way or another to dedicate their service to different communities, pledging service ranging from missions trips to education. Recently, sophomore Michael Boyson decided that he would use his musical talents to provide young children with a wonderful Christmas. As a violin player, Boyson hoped to accomplish this goal by playing in the New...

Bed Start

Do you waste your Saturday mornings sleeping in until 12 pm? Are you tired of logging into your x2vol account and seeing all the service hours you are missing? Do you need help finding new service activities? Do you enjoy donating and delivering furniture to people in need? Do you have some friends in desperate need of service hours?...
Upon entering Jesuit College Preparatory, seeing the Hall of Honors walls adorned with composites from the inaugural class of 1943 to the most recent class of 2011, listening to academic banter from the clusters of blazer-and-oxford clad students, feeling the intensity of one of the most competitive academic environments in all of Texas, one’s first impression is not of...
You can always tell who is the youngest of three boys because of the confidence and passion that comes with being the third son. You are paved a path by your brothers, and in addition, you take on the reputation, good and bad, that they left you. Charles Wensinger ’14, the third son in his family, stated, “An advantage of...
Video production by Jesuit Stage and Film Video produced by Aaron Stonecipher '14, Editor-in-Chief of The Roundup   https://vimeo.com/87204478    
When one envisions the top academic institutions or universities in the United States, schools such as Harvard, MIT, and Stanford often stand as the cream of the crop, the best of the best. However, three institutions stand at, or even above, the most distinguished Ivy League schools, academies that only accept the most dedicated, innovative, intellectual, and well-rounded young...
“The most profound thing about the Ignatian day is most likely just better understanding the process of addiction and how it works.” “Presented with the destruction that addiction can cause, it gives you a whole lot of perspective on the whole issue.” On February 28th, the student body of Jesuit completed this year’s 3rd I-day, which was about the physical, emotional, and...

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Jesuit College Preparatory School of Dallas offers young men an excellent, Catholic education in the classical Jesuit tradition with the purpose of forming a community of men with high moral principles and service to others.

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