What makes a Jesuit education different from other schools? Watch this 2-minute video to learn more from our students and faculty. You'll find out why the Jesuit experience is more than an education.
Congratulations to our seniors who were honored at the annual Senior Honors Program on Friday, May 7. If you missed the livestream, you can view the awards on the Honors webpage and watch the recording by clicking on the button below.
“Grad at Grad” is a unique term developed by the Jesuits in 1980 to represent the five key characteristics of a Graduate at Graduation from a Jesuit high school. All Jesuit high schools instill the Grad at Grad characteristics as pillars to the Jesuit mission. What are these characteristics? Click the button below to learn more.
“Our prime educational objective is to form ‘Men for Others’ for the greater honor and glory of God”
Pedro Arrupe, S.J.
Our commitment to service and justice cannot be matched. Community service and outreach have played an integral role in our students’ education.
“The diversity at U of D Jesuit, in addition to its high standard of education, is what sets it apart.”
David Bindon '15
"We take the values we learned at U of D Jesuit and apply them to the real world and everyone around us. I wouldn't be the person I am today without U of D.”
Elijah Collins '18