Jesuit High School's annual Thanksgiving Basket Drive culminates this Sunday, November 18, as Jesuit students will make and deliver a drive-record 200+ abundant Thanksgiving food baskets to local families in need. Read the press release.
Boston College High School announced on November 7 that principal Stephen Hughes will be retiring as principal at the end of the 2018-2019 academic year. Mr. Hughes, a 1973 graduate of BC High, has spent more than four decades at the school as a teacher, coach, athletic director and administrator. Read the full press [...]
Last Friday, the Jesuit Virtual Learning Academy (JVLA)'s Board of Trustees approved a name change for the organization. As of June 2019, they will begin operating as the Arrupe Virtual Learning Institute (AVLI). As those in Jesuit education know, Pedro Arrupe was a person of encounter. His life is emblematic of the AVLI's vision [...]
Georgetown Preparatory School has announced their second annual Ignatian Pilgrimage, in which sophomores and juniors will follow in the footsteps of St. Ignatius along the Camino de Ignacio in Spain. Interested faculty and staff from JSN schools should contact Bill Haardt for information about joining the 2019 Pilgrimage. Learn more.
The United States' Northeast Province has announced the retirement of Meg Florentine, longtime Provincial Assistant for Secondary Education for both the New England and Northeast provinces. Meg will complete her service to the Province effective September 7. Read Provincial John J. Cecero, SJ's letter.
Pope Francis has addressed to the entire People of God, in whose mission we are collaborators, an invitation to share the suffering of many minors and vulnerable persons who are victims of sexual abuse and the abuse of power and conscience by a significant number of clerics and consecrated persons, among whom there are – we recognize [...]
By Craig Coovert When Leo Hindery Jr., Bellarmine Preparatory School Class of '65, was speaking last fall with close friends – among whom was his cherished classmate, Bill Leedom, also Bellarmine Class of '65 – during his and Leedom’s shared 70th birthday party in Scotland, little did he know that his words would prompt a [...]
Loyola Academy President Rev. Patrick E. McGrath, SJ, announced on July 18, 2018, that Charles W. Heintz of Wilmette has been named Loyola Academy’s principal for the 2018–19 school year. Mr. Heintz has been a part of Loyola Academy for more than 20 years, serving as an English teacher, a cross country and basketball [...]
After a four-month search, St. Paul's High School in Winnipeg, MB announced the appointment of Kevin Booth, '78, as the school's next president. With advisory input from stakeholders, faculty, staff, alumni and parents, the school's board followed a search process devised by the Jesuit Schools Network. This process followed over forty other Jesuit schools [...]
Brendan O'Kane has been named the next Director of Ignatian Mission & Identity at Loyola Blakefield in Towson, MD. His appointment comes as a result of a national search that yielded several highly qualified candidates. He follows Ben Horgan, who is stepping down this summer and taking on the role of Formation Director for [...]