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Service Immersion Mission Trips

Each year, Jesuit High School students take several service immersion trips near and far. These missions typically are for 7-10 days during the summer but can occur during other breaks from school.

For many years, student contingents representing Jesuit have served those less fortunate in South Dakota; in several locales in Appalachia (trips to north Georgia, southern Virginia, and South Carolina); and in Central America and Colombia (pictured below). In addition, members of the service club Agmen Christi have travelled to rural Belle Glade many times annually to assist the community there, and for decades Jesuit students and alumni participated in the Muscular Dystrophy Association's Summer Camp for kids each year.

Whether locally, throughout Florida, across the country, or abroad, Jesuit students are committed to serving those less fortunate. After many service immersion mission trips were cancelled during the summer of 2020 and 2021 due to COVID-19, they returned in full force in the summers of 2022 and 2023. The Fall 2022 edition of Perspectives has several stories about summer 2022 mission trips.

In the summer of 2024, Jesuit students are making mission trips to Jasper, Ga., South Dakota, and Guatemala, along with the Leadership/Wilderness Retreat to Wyoming, a two-week European Pilgrimage, and the National Eucharistic Congress in Indianapolis. View below a photo slideshow from the summer 2024 Jasper, Ga. mission trip.

2024 Jasper Mission Trip