College can be challenging. One reason young men choose to spend the most important years of their lives at Jesuit is to prepare themselves for this next level. From what is taught to how it is taught, everything at Jesuit is geared to preparing each person for a successful college experience and for a successful life in the 21st century.

Jesuit is proud to be part of a 460-year Catholic and Ignatian tradition of educating young men and women to be in service for and with others.

Jesuit’s curriculum and courses are structured to develop disciplined habits, to stimulate critical thinking, and to develop the skills necessary for the expression of that thinking. The school strives to instill five characteristics in its students. The goal is to educate our young men to be open to growth, intellectually competent, religious, loving, and committed to doing justice. As described in the “Profile of the Jesuit Graduate at Graduation,” these principles guide our curriculum development and teaching.

Learn about our academic departments and curriculum.