Based on the latest hurricane forecast and guidance from local authorities, Jesuit High School’s campus will be closed from Tuesday, September 27 through Thursday, September 29. There will be no school activities these days. On Tuesday, classes will be conducted via asynchronous eLearning through Canvas. Assignments will be posted to course Canvas pages. Students who are able to access Canvas should check in with each class to keep up with content and work. Students who are unable to log on to Canvas due to hardship or circumstances caused by the storm will not be penalized. Tuesday afternoon, based on the projected trajectory of the storm and its effects, the school will provide subsequent communication regarding eLearning expectations for Wednesday and Thursday. Jesuit will continue to provide updates to parents via email, as well posts to the school website (www.jesuittampa.org), and social media (Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram).
Jesuit High School
In 1899 in downtown Tampa, what would become Jesuit High School was founded as Sacred Heart College by the Jesuit priests of Sacred Heart Church.
There are more than 50 Jesuit high schools in the United States, continuing the remarkable Jesuit educational tradition that values the richness and variety of human experience. Jesuit High School is dedicated to helping all students discover the deeper meaning and purpose in their lives while also finding their individual places in the larger society. With an unwavering commitment to service and social justice, Jesuit High School is educating "Men for Others" who develop their gifts and achieve at the highest level.