Jesuit High School Tampa
Forming young men in the Tampa Bay area since 1899
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Posted 11/09/2017 06:59PM


Jesuit High School opened its campus Tuesday (Nov. 7) for Open House 2017, welcoming prospective students in the Class of 2022 and their families for a wonderful evening.

Upwards of 1,000 visitors walked Jesuit's beautiful 40-acre campus, and met the students, faculty, and staff of the institution that has been forming young men in the Tampa Bay area since 1899.

The evening began at 7:00pm in the Jesuit Gymnasium. School president Fr. Richard C. Hermes, S.J. and principal Barry Neuburger addressed the gathering, as did students Jason Kwo '21, and Charles Clark '18. (Click on their names to view video of their presentations.)

Then the prospective future Tigers – Open House is designed for students presently in 8th grade and their families – were divided into tour groups, each group led by Jesuit students, with 15 stops along each tour. 

The groups explored the campus and experienced Jesuit from a student's perspective, taking in the array of academic and extracurricular opportunities, from the arts, athletics, and vast club offerings to staples of the curriculum such as engineering, math, theology, social studies, science, English, and foreign language.

Please contact Admissions Director Steve Matesich '91 at smatesich@jesuittampa.org or 813-877-5344, ext. 715 with any questions. Click here to view the 2017-18 Jesuit Admissions Viewbook. Click here to go to the Admissions Process page of the Jesuit website.

View a photo slideshow below from Open House 2017:

 

At Jesuit, we are responding in a dynamic way to the changing needs of education in the 21st century.
It is an exciting era, with the constant infusion of new technology and the increasing emphasis on student engagement in the learning process.
In 2014 Jesuit claimed the FHSAA's highest honor among all Class 5A schools in academics (Academic Team Champion) and athletics (All-Sports Award).
Each and every gift makes a difference to the students of Jesuit High School as they strive to become "Men for Others."
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