The Latin word MAGIS is used in Jesuit Education to indicate “more” – the literal translation of the word. U of D Jesuit adopted the word MAGIS as the name of its academic support opportunity available to all high school students to help them reach their full academic potential.
MAGIS is a productive and controlled academic environment that runs three times a day (see schedule below). Students in grades 9-12 may attend as many sessions as they wish. Teachers, Tutors, and Mentors are available to students during every session.
The Director of MAGIS sends weekly email updates to parents. These updates keep the parents informed of weekly attendance, what the students worked on in MAGIS, and how often they received help from a tutor.
MAGIS runs in six cycles throughout the academic year corresponding to the six marking periods (see schedule below). In order to start strong, students are encouraged to begin MAGIS at the beginning of the year. Students at just about every grade point participate in and benefit from MAGIS – MAGIS Works.
You may enroll at any time.
MAGIS Times and Locations
Mornings: 7 - 7:45 a.m. Arrupe Center
Formation Period: Media Center
After School: 3:05 - 3:50 p.m. Media Center
Who Attends MAGIS?
MAGIS is available to any interested U of D Jesuit High School student. MAGIS is compulsory for high school students (grades 9-12) who meet the following criteria at a marking period:
- Any student on academic probation below a non-cumulative or cumulative GPA of 1.5
- Any student who is deemed ineligible below a non-cumulative or cumulative GPA of 1.7
- Any student below a non-cumulative or cumulative GPA of 2.0
- Any student with two or more failing grades
Students identified as needing MAGIS services will be automatically enrolled into a compulsory four-week period tied to progress reports and report cards.
Mrs. Dawn Schulte, Academic Support Department Chair - Dawn.Schulte@uofdjesuit.org