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University of Detroit Jesuit is the oldest continuously operating high school in Detroit. Founded in 1877, it has educated young men to be – “Men for Others” – through academic excellence, faith, character formation, and community service for almost 150 years. It remains Metro Detroit’s most ethnically, geographically, and culturally diverse schools with students coming from 80 cities and 107 different zip codes. 

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Main Campus

The school has been an anchor to the neighborhood on South Cambridge Avenue and 7 Mile Road in Detroit for nearly 100 years.

The decision for the school to stay in the city of Detroit was a decision to support and to create a school that would serve the residents of the city. The footprint has grown since 1931 with the additions of the Academy, a science and technology center, gymnasium and more, the main campus is the hub of the academics, faith and ministry, athletics, and performing arts. 

8400 South Cambridge
Detroit, MI 48221

PH: (313) 862-5400
FAX: (313) 862-3299

The 12.5-acre complex nicknamed The PARC (Performance, Athletics, Recreation, Community Campus) includes three fields on Joe Louis Park, and the 34,000 sq. ft. Johnson Recreation Center. It provides large spaces for athletics, retreats, after school programs, clubs, academic support programs, and community youth tutoring initiatives.

8550 Chippewa Avenue
Detroit, MI 48221

PH: (313) 626-2583

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