Blessed Sacrament School, Hollywood, Calif.
We are a Catholic school within the Jesuit tradition. Our newly renovated building is just one outward sign of the commitment the parish and school community have made to the education of students as we enter the 2015-2016 school year.
At Blessed Sacrament School, we actively live out our school philosophy, “We believe in the Jesuit educational tradition of helping children become men and women for others and that these values strengthen the spirit, community, and child.” We do this by providing an academically rich, faith-filled learning environment. We respect, affirm, and value each other. We see each activity, challenge and day as an opportunity to learn about God, others, and ourselves. Through our school program, we encourage all students to develop a true sense of social justice, peace, compassion, and respect for all of God’s creation. As we do this, we maintain high academic and behavioral standards, preparing students for life-long learning, leadership, and service.
Dolores Mission School, Los Angeles, Calif.
Dolores Mission School is a Catholic parish grade school (K-8) committed to serving low-income families in Los Angeles. Together with the family, we strive to educate the whole child, academically, spiritually, physically, and morally, in a nurturing environment.
Our students and their families are part of a larger faith community with a rich cultural identity. As an integral part of a Jesuit parish, our goal is to empower our children to rise out of poverty by becoming educated leaders in their community, “women and men for and with others.
Loyola Academy, Phoenix, Ariz.
Loyola Academy is a 6th-8th grade, private, Jesuit middle school that is a part of Brophy College Preparatory. Loyola Academy is committed to under-served students who would not otherwise have the opportunity to attend such an institution. Drawing upon the Jesuit philosophy of becoming Men for Others, Loyola Academy strives to produce students that are successful in Brophy, college, and beyond, so that they may share their God-given gifts and talents.
Most Holy Trinity School, San Jose, Calif.
Founded in 1965 by the Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur, MHT was established to provide an excellent Catholic education for the families of the Most Holy Trinity Parish and the surrounding area. Today, the Parish is privileged to be served by the Jesuit Community which is very active and supportive of our school.
Catholic schools are known for their academic rigor, and at MHT we align our curriculum with the National Standards for Effective Catholic Elementary Schools, as well as the Common Core State Standards for Mathematics, Language Arts, Science, and Social Studies.
Our Lady’s School, San Diego, Calif.
Our Lady's School is the oldest Catholic elementary school in San Diego. For over 100 years we have provided our students with a loving environment in which they can develop their mind, body and spirit. Throughout the years, the members of our community have created a strong sense of family at our school. We invite you to join our community and become a part of our faith-filled tradition of excellence in Catholic education.
In an effort to nourish both the academic and spiritual needs of our students, Our Lady's School has sought the guidance of the Jesuit Order through the support of Our Lady of Guadalupe parish. We strive to evoke St. Ignatius of Loyola's standards of education by promoting justice, love, service and spirituality in all that we teach and do.
Sacred Heart Nativity Schools, San Jose, Calif.
Sacred Heart Nativity School for Boys and Our Lady of Grace Nativity School for Girls are urban Catholic middle schools that, in partnership with the Society of Jesus, the Diocese of San Jose, and the Parish of Sacred Heart, seek to educate young men and women to succeed in college preparatory high school programs. The schools are dedicated to providing a Catholic education for students of low-income families, with priority given to families of Sacred Heart Parish community. In the Jesuit tradition, Nativity students are encouraged to deepen their relationship with God as they become women and men for others.
Seattle Nativity School, Seattle, Wash.
Seattle Nativity School is an independent, Catholic middle school, serving students in grades 6-8 who qualify for the National School Lunch Program. Our mission is aligned with Catholic identity standards and the Jesuit charism of social justice, pursuing collaboration and companionship with our families and community partners. Admission is not limited to Catholics or Christians. Seattle Nativity School's commitment is to helping under-served students close the widening achievement gap in Central and South Seattle.
St. Aloysius Elementary School, Spokane, Wash.
St. Aloysius Elementary School is an integral part of our Jesuit parish community. Our mission, in partnership with parents, is to develop and harmonize the spiritual, intellectual, emotional, and physical capacities of each child. Our ultimate goal is to graduate students who will be leaders in action, modeled on Christ.
St. Andrew Nativity School, Portland, Ore.
St. Andrew Nativity School is a tuition-free Catholic middle school in the Jesuit tradition committed to serving young people of all faiths from low-income backgrounds. Nativity School cultivates in its students the spiritual, intellectual, and personal strengths that empower them to continue their education toward college and career readiness and become people for others.
St. Francis Xavier School, Phoenix, Ariz.
St. Francis Xavier School sees spiritual formation as integrally connected to the academic, social, emotional, and physical development of the whole child. The excellent educational traditions of St. Francis Xavier School are strongly supported by the families in the community, many of whose roots at the school go back three generations. A stable, dedicated faculty and staff work closely together to develop a cross-curricular and interactive curriculum that meets the needs of students. In collaboration with parents, St. Francis Xavier School challenges students to embark on a life-long journey of discovery of their God-given gifts and to share these gifts in service of God.
St. Ignatius Parish School, Sacramento, Calif.
St. Ignatius Parish School is a Roman Catholic Elementary School that actively strives to teach as Jesus taught. In the tradition of St. Ignatius of Loyola, the educational processes of St. Ignatius School are committed to developing students of faith, action, integrity, thought, and health. Grounded in Ignatian spiritual tradition that integrates the shared faith and values into the life and culture of the community, St. Ignatius Parish School provides a comprehensive Catholic educational experience for all its families.
St. Ignatius School, Portland, Ore.
Located in the heart of southeast Portland, St. Ignatius School is a rich and vibrant PreK-8 Catholic school that blends rigorous academics with a sincere appreciation for the arts and a focus on hands-on service to the Portland community. In the tradition of Mother Marie Rose and St. Ignatius Loyola, we provide a faith-centered Catholic education guiding God's children toward building a just and compassionate world.
St. Joseph School, Seattle, Wash.
Located in the heart of Capitol Hill in Seattle, St. Joseph School has, from our beginning in 1907, provided a Catholic education in the Jesuit tradition, launching students who are open to growth, intellectually competent, loving, religious, and committed to doing justice. Our students are also, perhaps most importantly, really good people who know how to look you in the eye, shake your hand and have a good conversation.
St. Joseph School offers a holistic, progressive, Catholic education that educates our students’ hands, hearts and minds. We build a strong foundation on which a life of learning, serving, and thinking can be built, unleashing the vast potential within each child.