Outside of St. Anthony’s Chapel it was a wet and dreary Wednesday morning, but on the inside Fr. Douglas Hypolite, S.J. celebrated Mass, the Feast of St. Robert Bellarmine.
Michael Hageloh ’79 was a top executive at Apple for more than two decades, and Tuesday in St. Anthony’s Chapel he told the Jesuit student body that technology is great but the lasting value of a Jesuit education is learning to convey your ideas through speaking and writing.
For the first time in many years, Jesuit has a class president at each grade level. (Photo: Michael Sandborn ’16, shaking hands with mayor Bob Buckhorn at a May celebration for the baseball team, is the junior class president.)
A late rally by No. 1-ranked Clearwater Central Catholic foiled Jesuit's upset bid Friday night at Corral Memorial Stadium, as CCC scored twice in the waning moments to prevail 41-27. (Photo: Malik Davis '17 rushed for 273 yards and two touchdowns on 35 carries; video link inside.)
Jesuit got pumped up for tonight’s football game against No. 1 ranked Clearwater Central Catholic with an energized pep rally this afternoon in the Tiger Palace.
Jesuit celebrated its 115th birthday Wednesday with a special Convocation featuring two guest speakers and the announcement of a $1 million gift to the school from John Hamilton ’77. (Photo: Guest speakers Joe Sabin ’66 [left] and Lee Pallardy ’69 with Jesuit president Fr. Richard C. Hermes, S.J.; video inside.)
The Jesuit speech and debate team started off the year with an impressive showing Saturday at a Congress Tournament at East Bay High School.
Malik Davis ’17 scored his third touchdown of the game on the first play of the second overtime, lifting Jesuit to a thrilling 27-24 win Friday night at Lakewood Ranch. (Photo gallery inside.)
Austin Sellers ’15 led the 2013 Region champion swimming team to a big win, Cody Benedict ’15 set two school records in bowling, and JV football romped over Jefferson as several Jesuit sports teams opened their seasons victoriously Thursday. (Photo: Sellers set the school record in the 100 breaststroke last fall.)
Stephano Mastro '15 is poised to be the first Division I lacrosse signee from Jesuit High School. (Link to Tampa Tribune story about Mastro inside.)
Jesuit rushed for more than 250 yards and avenged last season’s defeat at Hardee with a 31-17 win Friday to open the 2014 football season. (Photo: Brendon Wamsley '15  and the Jesuit defense tallied three sacks and three interceptions.)
Jesuit celebrated Mass of the Holy Spirit on Friday in St. Anthony's Chapel before embarking on the holiday weekend.
Clark Bulleit ’15 and the Jesuit High School football team open the 2014 season Friday vs. Hardee at 7:30pm. (Photo courtesy of The Tampa Tribune, links to a Tribune story and Jesuit football online broadcast inside.)
Jesuit president Fr. Richard C. Hermes, S.J. is appealing to all Jesuit High School families to contribute to Parents' Annual Giving (PAG); click the “Support Jesuit” button on the left side of this homepage to contribute now! (Photo: Freshman PAG team chairs Sandra and Dan Clark ’89 convey the importance of supporting the PAG drive at the Aug. 18 Freshman Parents Seminar.)
Jesuit High School president Fr. Richard C. Hermes, S.J. celebrated Mass on Sunday with 325 members of the school’s President’s Circle, and honored Lydia and John Oliva '60, at the annual President's Mass & Breakfast at the Renaissance Hotel.
Jesuit students swarmed the cafeteria and commons Thursday morning, signing up en masse for clubs such as the Environmental Club.
Jesuit administrators hosted the first of five grade-level Parent Seminars for the 2014-15 school year Monday night. (Photo: principal Barry Neuburger fielding questions Monday at the first freshman seminar.)
Welcome Week got off to a fun start Monday at Jesuit, as a representative from each class took part in the tricycle race challenge during 4th period lunch. (Bryce Mondor '15, left, and Sean Wickett '16 were all smiles as they awaited the start of their race.)
Jesuit High School celebrated its first Mass of the 2014-15 school year Friday morning, Solemnity of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary.
Dart Hutson ’15 was awarded the prestigious Lance Cpl. Andrew J. Aviles Leadership and Character 2 + 2 Scholarship this summer at the Florida American Legion Boys State in Tallahassee. (Photo: Hutson holding his scholarship certificate outside of St. Anthony's Chapel.)
A mid-morning rain Wednesday couldn’t put a damper on the first full day of the 2014-15 school year at Jesuit High School. (Photo: A peek into Jesuit’s classrooms revealed the new 1:1 iPad Program in full effect.)
The entire student body gathered in the Tiger Palace on Tuesday at the conclusion of Schola Brevis to celebrate the Jesuit baseball team’s 2014 state championship. (Photo: The team’s seniors show off their championship rings (L-R), Nick Bodner, Kasey Radke, Danny Lastra, and Ryan McCullers.)
The Class of 2018 arrived at Jesuit High School on Monday for Freshman Orientation. (Photo: Chad Holtz ’15 helped point the freshmen in the right direction as they departed St. Anthony's Chapel following Convocation.)
For more than a year, all Jesuit teachers have been training on the Apple iPad Air in preparation for Jesuit’s 1:1 Program launch this school year, and on Thursday and Friday they engaged in all day iPad workshops with representatives from EdTechTeacher.org.
Ten Jesuit students spent the last week of July in Matagalpa, Nicaragua, serving the poor and needy in the modest Central American city. (Photo: Fr. Patrick Hough, S.J., right, offers a blessing at a neonatal facility in Matagalpa along with [L-R] Alex Barcenas ’16, Brett Gajewski ’16, and R.C. Consuegra ’15.)
Jesuit football took to the practice field Monday afternoon for the first time this fall, looking to improve on its 8-4, District championship campaign last season. (Photo: Offensive line coach Brian McNulty watches his linemen pound the blocking sled Monday.)
Fifteen Jesuit students and three chaperones spent a week in July helping the poor and needy in a rural north Georgia community. (Photo: Jesuit students in front of a home they repainted.)
Jesuit’s seniors were the first to receive their Apple iPad Air on Monday night, as the school begins its 1:1 iPad Program for the 2014-15 school year. (Photo: Students got right to work configuring their new iPads in the library.)
Jesuit goaltender Sam Coleman ’15 was one of just two Floridians chosen to play with the nation’s top 180 hockey players at the USA Hockey Select 17 National Camp in New York, and he excelled. (Photo: Coleman, lower left, helped his “gray” team capture the camp title.)
For the second straight summer, a dozen members of the Jesuit High School community embarked on an impactful mission trip to South Dakota to operate a vacation bible school for the benefit of Lakota children. (Photo: Connor Brozak '15 with Emily, age 6.)
Jesuit High School has been bustling this summer, with Summer Bridge, Summer Enrichment, and Summer Camps, as well as campus construction that is transforming the school perimeter. (Photo: Josh Curry-Jester '15 [left] and Jesuit English teacher Jen Brown [back right] working with Summer Bridge students.)
Cullen Finley ’17 (left) and Jackson Moffett ’16 capped off a stellar 2013-14 season for the Jesuit speech and debate team by competing last month in the prestigious National Forensic League National Championship in Overland Park, Kansas.
Jesuit has a long tradition of service at the Muscular Dystrophy Association's Summer Camp for kids, and last month 17 Jesuit students and alumni spent the week in Brandon supporting this year's camp. (Photo: Stephen Smiley '15, right, with his camper Benjamin, was one of several current students dedicated to the camp.)
Kennie Taylor ’15 played a vital role in Jesuit’s Class 5A baseball state championship, but that was far from his most important contribution this spring, as was highlighted in a feature segment on Ch. 28 ABC Action News. (See video inside.)
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Sam Coleman ’15 has become a rare athlete – an elite ice hockey player from Florida – and the Jesuit goaltender will have a chance to prove himself against the nation’s best from June 26-July 2 at the USA Hockey Select 17 National Camp in New York.
Alexander Fiore ’16 earned a medal at the National Catholic Forensic League Grand Nationals in Chicago last month, as seven members of the Jesuit speech & debate competed in the national event.
Jesuit has claimed the Tampa Bay Times’ All-Sports Award for 2013-14, despite having about half as many teams – the award aggregates both boys and girls team results – as almost every school eligible. (Photo: Jesuit baseball celebrates after winning the state title on May 22.)
The Jesuit Key Club was named the best Key Club in Florida a state-record 5th time this past school year, and it swept all of the major awards at the Florida District Key Club Convention in late April.
Jesuit not only captured the 2013-14 FHSAA All-Sports Award for boys sports programs in Class 5A, the Tigers were the best in the state in all classifications. (Photo illustration by the Tampa Tribune of Jesuit’s State-qualifying pole vaulters [L-R] Sammi Abboud ’15, Nick Catchur ’14, and Jack Hughes ’15.)
More than 180 Jesuit High School alumni in classes ending in “4” and “9” returned to campus last weekend for the annual Grand Reunion celebration. (Photo: Members of the Class of 2004 at Friday's reception on campus.)
Thursday evening at Ruth Eckerd Hall in Clearwater, Jesuit High School celebrated the commencement of its 115th year, graduating 169 students in the Class of 2014 and honoring the very best with the school's most prestigious awards. (Photos, video inside.)
Tampa Mayor Bob Buckhorn dropped by Faber Hall on Thursday morning to honor the state champion Jesuit baseball team. (Photo: Michael Sandborn ’16 receives his certificate from Buckhorn.)
Jack Taylor ’14 was honored Wednesday at a downtown celebration as the best shot put and discus thrower in Hillsborough County for the second consecutive year.
The state champion Jesuit baseball team basked in the glow Sunday at Tropicana Field, as the Tigers were honored on the field before the Rays vs. Red Sox game.
Jesuit High School baseball claimed its fourth state title, and first since 2000, with a 5-2 win over Green Cove Springs Clay in the Class 5A State Final on Thursday (May 22) in Fort Myers.
Michael Sandborn ’16 did it again Wednesday in Fort Myers in the Class 5A State Semifinal, pitching another complete-game shutout to lift Jesuit to a 3-0 win over Sunlake and into the State Final today against Green Cove Springs Clay.
Three Jesuit coaches – Andy Wood ’92, Joe Curtis and Greg Maurin – were named Coach of the Year in their respective sports by the Tampa Tribune at the Parade of Athletes banquet Monday, and Noah Menendez ’14 was named lacrosse Player of the Year.
Kevin Newman ’15 scored four first-half touchdowns as Jesuit routed Dixie Hollins 55-19 in its spring game Monday in St. Petersburg. (Photos, story inside.)
The Mothers' Club announced its new officers for 2014-15 on May 7 at Palma Ceia Country Club at the annual Mass and Installation. (Photo: New Mothers' Club president Stephanie Sullivan, P '13, '15; photo gallery, new officers, and committee and event chairs inside.)
Earlier this month, Jesuit High School honored its best students on Awards Night in St. Anthony's Chapel. (Photo: Stefan Cevallos ’14, The Editor’s Award 2014 Yearbook winner, with yearbook moderator Ernie Charette ’63.)
Nine Jesuit students received Sacraments of Initiation on Wednesday morning during a special Mass in St. Anthony's Chapel celebrated by Fr. Richard C. Hermes, S.J. (Photo: Gantt Meredith '16 was one of five who were fully initiated into the Roman Catholic Church.)
Jesuit rode the left arm of Michael Sandborn ’16 again Tuesday, and again he delivered, firing a one-hitter in a 1-0 win over Cape Coral to give the Tigers a fifth consecutive berth in the State Tournament. (Stories, video inside.)
The award for Hillsborough County’s outstanding soccer player stayed in the Jesuit family this season, as Michael Conlon ’14 received the award named after Jose Alvarez ’67. (Photo: Alvarez, Conlon, and Jesuit soccer coach Eric Sims ’95.)
The Class of 2014 celebrated Senior Day on Friday, culminating in the Senior-Alumni Luncheon during which Al Lopez Jr. ’59 was honored as Jesuit's Alumnus of the Year at Palma Ceia Golf & Country Club. (Photo: Elsa Lopez, Al Lopez Jr., and Fr. Richard C. Hermes, S.J.; new photos added to the gallery inside.)
The incoming Class of 2018 came to Jesuit on Sunday for the annual Welcome Day, which included Mass with their families in St. Anthony's Chapel and numerous fun activities.
Jesuit defeated Robinson on Tuesday for the fourth time this season, 4-0, and advanced to the Region Final for the fifth straight year. (Photo: Nick Perillo '16 beats the tag on a sacrifice fly by Braxton Rupp '16.)
John Oliva ’60 has been a great benefactor to Jesuit for many years, and he and his wife Lydia recently committed $1 million for the advancement of the school’s Strategic Plan.
The District and Region champion Jesuit track & field team had four athletes earn five medals at the State Meet in Jacksonville this past weekend, led by senior Jack Taylor’s 4th (shot put) and 7th (discus) place finishes.
The 8th annual Men for Others Dinner at Higgins Hall was once again a memorable and impactful event, as more than 500 Jesuit fathers and sons enjoyed a special evening together. (Photo: Jesuit president Fr. Richard C. Hermes, S.J., [left] with keynote speaker Penn Dawson, S.J.; photos, videos inside.)
Lefthanders Kasey Radke ’14 (pictured) and Michael Sandborn ’16 combined to hold Boca Ciega to just four hits as Jesuit scratched out a 3-2 win Wednesday in a Region Quarterfinal game at Hyer Family Park.
The 36th annual Hartnett Memorial Golf Classic at Carrollwood Country Club on Monday was a big success, bringing golf and the Jesuit community together to raise money for a good cause. (Michael Valdes ’81 [left] and Tino Martinez, P ’12.)
The annual Mission Drive, which this year raised proceeds for a Jesuit mission in Paraguay, was a big success, culminating in Friday’s Mission Drive Day festivities. (Photo: Jesuit music began Mission Drive Day with a concert in St. Anthony’s Chapel.)
Jesuit scored five times in the 3rd inning to give starting pitcher Michael Sandborn ’16 all the support he would need in a 6-2 win Thursday over Robinson in the District championship game at Hyer Family Park.
Last year at this time, Martin Reina ’13 was sitting among his Jesuit peers at Convocation. Wednesday, he spoke to his former classmates at Convocation, now as a member of the Honor Guard in the U.S. Coast Guard. (Photo: Reina with campus minister Brian Greenfield.)
Propelled by dominating performances in the field events, including victories in both the shot put and the discus by Jack Taylor ’14, Jesuit easily outdistanced the competition to capture the championship Wednesday at the track & field Region Meet. (Photos inside.)
Coaches, friends, and family packed the President’s Board Room early Wednesday morning in support of nine Jesuit High School seniors who, during a special ceremony, signed a National Letter of Intent to play their sport at the college of their choice. (Photos, video inside.)
Cole Fisher ’15 was recently chosen to join more than 70 elected officials from across the country on the National League of Cities Institute for Youth, Education, and Families Council. (Photo: Fisher with U.S. Representative Kathy Castor of the 14th District of Florida.)
The Jesuit track & field team romped to the District title Thursday, making the school 10-for-10 in District events this school year, while the tennis team captured the Region title. (Photo: Nick Catchur '14 won the District title in the pole vault.)
Clark Bulleit ’15 is elected Jesuit High School's Student Council president for the 2014-15 school year.
A Marilyn Monroe watercolor portrait by Andy Mahoney ’14 captured Best in Show honors Sunday as the Jesuit campus was bursting with artistic displays at the annual Celebration of the Arts. (Photo gallery, video, and juried art show results inside.)
Nick Mosco ’17 claimed a national wrestling championship last weekend in Virginia, defeating all other freshmen in the 220-pound class at the National High School Coaches Association championships. (Mosco, right, warming up at the District Tournament with heavyweight state champion Austin Underwood '14; video of Mosco's national championship match inside.)
Derek Frantz ’14 has accumulated more than 1,200 hours of service while at Jesuit High School, and the Hillsborough County Commission officially recognized his tireless efforts Wednesday by presenting him with a prestigious YEA! Award. (Photo: Frantz with his parents Paula and Luke Frantz, and commissioner Sandra L. Murman [left].)
The Jesuit High School tennis team swept all seven playing positions at the District Tournament on Tuesday and Wednesday, making Jesuit athletics a perfect 9-for-9 in District events this school year. (Photo: Palmer Evans ’15 captured the District title at No. 1 singles.)
Dr. J. Wayne Phillips ’64 brought to life with vivid detail Wednesday the story and the science behind the Shroud of Turin at Convocation in St. Anthony’s Chapel . (Video inside.)
Five Jesuit High School musicians received the highest rating of superior at the State Solo & Ensemble competitions the past two weekends. (Photo: Sebastian Botero ’14, center, shown at the Jesuit Winter Concert, earned a superior rating in singing at state competition.)
Jesuit High School celebrated its 10th all-school Mass of the 2013-14 school year last week, the Solemnity of the Annunciation.
Seven members of the Jesuit High School speech and debate team qualified for the Catholic national forensics championship with strong performances at the Grand Finals district championship last month at King High School. (Photo: Dean Lontoc ’15 and Ryan Bianco ’14 qualified in Extemporaneous Speaking.)
The Jesuit Masque spring production “All in the Timing” began Thursday night and runs through Saturday, with performances at 7:30pm plus a Saturday matinee at 1:00pm.
Jesuit High School celebrated a National Honor Society Induction Mass last month, welcoming 55 members of the Class of 2015 into NHS. (Photo gallery inside.)
Bill Eggert ’77 (left) and Mike Morin ’62 were two of the Jesuit teachers who helped nurture John Kovac ’88 on his path to epic discoveries about our universe. (Photo courtesy of the Tampa Tribune.)
John Kovac ’88 and his team of astronomers at the South Pole have caused shockwaves and celebrations around the global scientific community with the discovery of gravitational waves. (Photo: Kovac, right, and his research team at a recent news conference.)
Jesuit lacrosse is hosting eight other Jesuit schools from around the country Thursday, Friday, and Saturday in the Jesuit Lacrosse Classic (Photo: Jesuit defeated Tampa Catholic last week for its eighth straight win.)
The Jesuit baseball team conquered the Gulf Coast this spring break, netting a pair of shutout wins in Louisiana over Isidore Newman and New Orleans Jesuit, plus a memorable 7-4 defeat of Pensacola Catholic, which had won 43 straight games. (Photo: Ronnie Ramirez ’15, shown pitching in last year’s Region playoffs, hurled six scoreless innings in Tuesday’s shutout over New Orleans Jesuit.)
Friday was the final day for underclassmen to wear ties this school year, and as per tradition the juniors discarded theirs at the final bell and placed them on the statue of St. Anthony. (Photo: Brendon Wamsley ’15.)
Derek Frantz ’14 has been so dedicated to service that he has earned two major local awards recently. (Photo: Frantz with Janine B. Nickerson, Vice President of The Community Roundtable, which awarded Frantz a scholarship.)
Jesuit High School's 11th annual fundraising gala – Gaudiosa 2014: An Evening in the Holy Land – on Saturday night was a record-shattering success, raising more than $700,000. (Photo: Jesuit events coordinator Jane Younger, moments before more than 600 supporters entered the ballroom for dinner, dancing, and giving.)
Jesuit High School welcomed the parents of the Class of 2018 – this fall’s incoming freshmen – to the school with a special presentation from the administration Tuesday night in St. Anthony’s Chapel. (Photo: Jesuit president Fr. Richard C. Hermes, S.J. greets parents after the presentation; video inside.)
Following Ash Wednesday Mass on March 5, Jesuit High School principal Barry Neuburger announced to the underclassmen that the school is launching a 1:1 Program with the Apple iPad Air for the 2014-15 school year. (Photo: Fr. Patrick Hough, S.J. and Jesuit students have had access to more than 100 iPads, but now each student will have his own.)
Renowned national public speaker Jason Evert brought his energetic, entertaining, and passionate presentation on chastity to St. Anthony’s Chapel and the Jesuit student body on Tuesday. (Video, photos inside).
The Lyre, Jesuit High School’s annual literary magazine illustrated by Jesuit students, is taking orders now for the 2014 edition. (Photo: Lyre 2014 editors in the Jesuit art room each holding a past edition of the Lyre, L-R Danny Wilson ’14, Sammy Lazzara ’15, Nathan Mansour ’15, Julian Velez ’14, and Zadkiel Zabala ’15.)
Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi and Matt Durrell, a man she once prosecuted who was sentenced to prison, spoke powerfully to the Jesuit student body Friday morning about the devastating impact of drinking and driving. (Video, photos inside.)
Grant Kurtz ’16, center, shown performing at the Jesuit Winter Music Concert in December, was one of seven Jesuit musicians to receive a rating of superior at the District Solo & Ensemble competition earlier this month and qualify for State competition.
James Spear ’06 has sailed around the world and accumulated a wealth of maritime experience in his young career, and he shared his knowledge and passion for the maritime industry with the Environmental Club and several Jesuit classes last month.
Jesuit High School’s juniors and seniors each engaged in four different presentations from distinguished alumni, parents of students, and other accomplished professionals in 18 different fields Wednesday morning on campus. (Photo: Andrew W. Smith ’04 presented on finance and investments in Faber Hall.)
Jesuit High School president Fr. Richard Hermes, S.J. dedicated Tuesday’s Convocation to Austin Underwood ’14, who captured Jesuit's first individual wrestling state title in 10 years and led the team to its best score ever at the State Tournament this past weekend, as the Tigers finished in second place. (Photo: Underwood with coach Mike Scicchitano '00 and his mother, Lennese Underwood.)
Undefeated Austin Underwood '14 captured the state title in the heavyweight division Saturday, and he led Jesuit to a second-place team finish at the Class 2A State Tournament, the Tigers' best result in two decades.
Dale Recinella was a high-powered Wall Street financier until he found his calling two decades ago ministering to Florida's death row inmates, and he delivered a powerful message recently to the Jesuit High School student body at Convocation. (Video inside.)
Jesuit is sending a whopping nine wrestlers to the State Tournament on Friday and Saturday in Lakeland, including Region champion Nick Mosco ’17 (above, right), and the basketball team begins the Region playoffs tonight (Thursday) against Gibbs in the Tiger Palace. (See Fox Ch. 13 and ABC Ch. 28 video segments on Jesuit wrestling inside, plus a BHSN piece on Christian Whidden '15).
The Policy Debate team of Jackson Moffett ’16 (right) and Cullen Finley '17 has conquered the speech & debate competition the past two weekends, advancing to both state and national events.
Austin Underwood ’14 and Nick Mosco ’17 captured individual Region wrestling titles, and the basketball team won the District championship to highlight a big sports weekend at Jesuit. (Photo: Underwood, left, improved to 31-0 with four pins in four matches Saturday.)
Most Reverend Michael Barber, S.J., the Bishop of Oakland (Calif.), celebrated a votive Mass of St. Peter Faber, S.J. in St. Anthony’s Chapel on Friday, after which he joined a procession to Faber Hall and blessed the recently renovated facility named in honor of St. Peter Faber. (Photo: Mr. Sean Salai, S.J. leads the procession of altar servers, students, priests and Bishop Barber.)
All three Jesuit winter sports are vying for championships this weekend, with basketball hosting the District Final on Friday, soccer traveling to the Region Final on Friday, and wrestling traveling to mighty Brandon for the Region Tournament on Saturday. (Photo: The Blue Tide was in full force for the basketball team’s 57-53 win over Tampa Catholic last Friday.)
Four Jesuit student-athletes – Anthony Bellini ’14, Nick Catchur ’14, Eric Mubang ’14, and Drew Paulsen ’14 – made their college selections official Wednesday morning in a special signing ceremony at the school. (Photo: L-R, athletic director Terry Rupp '84, Bellini, Mubang, Paulsen, Catchur, and school president Fr. Richard C. Hermes, S.J.)
The annual Mother-Son Mass & Breakfast on Sunday at the Hilton Tampa Downtown was the largest ever with more than 620 guests. (Photo: Kathleen Mooney with sons Thomas Mooney ’16 [left] and John Mooney ’14.)
It was another dominant District showing for Jesuit High School on Saturday, as six individual Tiger wrestlers captured the District title and the team won the District crown for the 13th time in 14 years. (Photo: District champions (back row) Jarrett Roop ’17, Nick Mosco ’17, R.C. Consuegra ’15, Brian Buser ’16; (front row) Austin Underwood ’14, Adam Lewis ’16.)
After a frenetic, see-saw second half Friday night in a jam-packed Tiger Palace, Jesuit defeated Tampa Catholic 57-53 in the final game of the regular season, buoyed by a record-setting performance from Christian Whidden ’15 and clutch free throws from Brent Fenlon ’14. (Photo: Whidden strokes one of his school record nine 3-pointers.)
Joseph Trim ’14 was honored with the prestigious Casey Most Valuable Golfer Award, the top honor for prep golfers in Hillsborough County, on Thursday morning in a ceremony downtown. (Photo: Trim, with golf coach Nico Hohman ’07, and parents Alicia and Jeffrey Trim.)
The Jesuit Speech and Debate team dominated the Policy Debate competition at Dixie Hollins High School in St. Petersburg on Saturday (Jan. 25), with the team of Cullen Finley ’17 and Jackson Moffett ’16 (photo above, right) taking first place, and Jack Fahey ’17 and Paul Consalvo ’16 (left) finishing in second.
The Jesuit soccer team defeated Bradenton Southeast 3-0 on Friday (Jan. 24) to claim the District title for the 26th time in the past 28 years, and make Jesuit sports teams 6-for-6 in District titles this school year.
Jesuit’s winter sports teams are about to embark on the state playoffs, starting with soccer, which hosts the District championship game on Friday (Jan. 24) at 7:00pm against Bradenton Southeast. (Photo: Jesuit’s senior soccer players on Senior Night last week.)
More than 40 members of Jesuit High School's Pro-Life Club participated in the 41st annual March for Life on Wednesday. (Photo: The Jesuit group stands in front of the United States Supreme Court.)
More than 40 members of Jesuit High School's Pro-Life Club spent two days in the Washington, D.C. region leading up to the 41st annual March for Life on Wednesday. (Photo: The Jesuit group stands in front of the Florida Monument at Gettysburg National Military Park on Monday.)
Andre Kirwan ’92 is a tireless supporter of the homeless through his No Strings Attached ministry and several other charities, and Thursday night the Tampa Bay Lightning honored Kirwan as a Community Hero. (Photo: Kirwan salutes the cheering crowd as he is acknowledged during the first period.)
Jesuit High School chaplain Fr. Francis Brou, S.J. celebrated the first all-school Mass of the new year on Thursday morning in St. Anthony's Chapel. (Photo gallery inside.)
Jesuit High School wrestling has developed into one of the top programs in the state, winning three tournaments this season and heading to a major national tournament this weekend. (Photo: L-R, Nick Mosco ’17, Adam Lewis ’16 and Austin Underwood ’14, courtesy of the Tampa Tribune.)
Zack Aldridge ’14 has made an extraordinary commitment to directly helping those in need, for which the Tampa Bay Lightning honored him as a “Community Hero” at Thursday’s game. (Photo: Aldridge with Lightning center Valtteri Filppula and owner Jeff Vinik.)
Jesuit High School students are taking brain games to the next level in the Chess and Strategy Games Club.
The Jesuit basketball team completed a regular-season sweep of Robinson with a 55-39 win Tuesday (Jan. 7) in the Tiger Palace, continuing a strong run of play through the holidays. (Photo: Christian Whidden ’15 dribbling upcourt in a 54-52 win Friday over Cardinal Mooney.)
When Pope Francis visited the Gesu in Rome on Friday, among those helping him celebrate the Feast of the Holy Name of Jesus was former Jesuit High School theology and English teacher Eric Ramirez, S.J., who served as Master of Ceremonies for the Pontifical Mass. (Photo: Pope Francis, left, and Mr. Ramirez, right.)
Legendary Jesuit High School football coach Bill Minahan - “Wild Bill” - passed away Dec. 30, and his Memorial Mass was Jan. 4.
Jesuit High School wishes everyone a blessed, safe, joyous, and fulfilling 2014.
Last chance to double your support: Until Monday, Dec. 30, you can take advantage of the Jesuit High School Board of Trustees’ Challenge to match all gifts to the Annual Fund, dollar-for dollar, up to $40,000!
A dozen members of the Jesuit High School service-based club Agmen Christi spent the weekend in Belle Glade assisting those less fortunate, while the Jesuit basketball program also was providing for underprivileged children and families closer to home. (Nick Perillo '16 and Bobby Hearn '15 with a family in Belle Glade.)
Jesuit High School music director Nina Wegmann conducted the school’s Winter Concert earlier this month.
Jesuit High School’s five fall sports teams all won District titles and also excel in the classroom, collectively registering the best academic performance of any school in Florida in Class 5A. (Photo: Jesuit’s golfers had the highest GPA of any boys golf program in the Tampa Bay area.)
The cold snap that coursed through Jesuit High School on Monday morning arrived just in time for exams.
The Jesuit Mothers’ Club celebrated its annual Christmas Mass & Luncheon on Friday in St. Anthony’s Chapel.
The first Jesuit Pope is Time Magazine’s esteemed Person of the Year for 2013.
The Jesuit Bar Association held its Christmas Party on Dec. 5 at the Columbia Museum in Ybor City along with the Academy of the Holy Names Bar Association, and together they collected about 80 children’s gifts for Toys for Tots. (Kevin O’Brien ’81, left, and Ashley Arenas of AHN with two members of the U.S. Marine Corps Reserves who represented the Toys for Tots program.)
Jesuit High School celebrated Mass on Monday morning (Dec. 9) in St. Anthony’s Chapel.
Jesuit High School music director Nina Wegmann will conduct the school’s Winter Concert on Saturday at 7:00pm in the MPR. (Photo: L-to-R, Spencer Whipple ’16, Michael Lee ’16, and Maxim Yodzis ’14 performing at Celebration of the Arts in April.)
It takes a lot to become an Eagle Scout, but that didn’t prevent Tanner Trujillo ’15 from achieving the esteemed scouting rank by his sophomore year at Jesuit.
The forlorn faces after Jesuit football’s 20-9 Region Semifinal loss to Lake Wales couldn't mask a sensational fall sports campaign for Tiger athletics, which included a seven-game winning streak in football and every Jesuit sports team capturing the District title.
The annual Thanksgiving Basket Drive surpassed all expectations Nov. 23 weekend, as Jesuit High School came together to distribute more than 100 Thanksgiving meals for those less fortunate in our community.
Students and staff emerging from Convocation in St. Anthony’s Chapel on Monday (Nov. 25) morning were greeted by staffers of the school newspaper, who were distributing the second edition of The Tiger of the 2013-14 school year.
Jesuit takes a seven-game winning streak into its Class 5A Region Semifinal playoff game Friday against Lake Wales at Corral Memorial Stadium at 7:30pm. (See game previews and a photo gallery inside.)
The Year of Faith concludes this week at Jesuit with a visit Wednesday (Nov. 20) from Fr. Jose Maria Castillo, F.J.H. (formerly Orlando Castillo ’00), and a special Convocation on Friday morning.
The Jesuit High School speech and debate team continued its run of success this fall, garnering two trophies and a certificate in a competition at St. Petersburg High School earlier this month. (Photo: 1st-place winner Ryan Bianco '14 is flanked by Alex Fiore '16 [left] and Kieran Mahoney '16.)
On Nov. 18, 1963, just four days before he was assassinated, president John F. Kennedy visited Tampa – and was greeted by Jesuit High School president Fr. Larion J. Elliot, S.J. (See video of their meeting inside.)
Jesuit defeated Auburndale 29-21 in a Region Quarterfinal football game Friday at Corral Memorial Stadium. (Photo: Ryan Black ’14 celebrates his second touchdown of the game.)
The District champion Jesuit football time rides a 6-game winning streak and last week's victory over Tampa Catholic – 14 straight in the series – into its Class 5A opening round home playoff game tonight against Auburndale. (Photo: Ryan Black '14 runs for another big gain last week vs. Tampa Catholic.)
The Jesuit High School campus was bustling Tuesday night as about 1,000 visitors came to the school for Open House 2013.
Jesuit High School’s drama club, Masque, will perform its fall production, the comedy “Noises Off,” on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday at 7:30pm, plus a matinee at 1:00pm Saturday, in the Multipurpose Room.
Jesuit High School celebrated its first National Letter of Intent signing ceremony of the 2013-14 school year early Wednesday (Nov. 13) in the President’s Board Room, as six Tiger seniors signed to play their sport in college. (Photo: L-R – Noah Menendez, Austin Underwood, Evan Cannan, Ryan McCullers, Ricky Caldevilla, Hunter Van Horn.)
Jesuit High School will open its campus to all prospective families on Tuesday (Nov. 12) at 7:00pm for Open House 2013.
Cross country and swimming capped off outstanding seasons with Top 5 finishes at their respective State Meets on Saturday, with cross country taking 3rd place and swimming placing 5th. (PHOTO: Tim O’Loughlin ’14 leads the way for Jesuit; photo courtesy of the Tampa Tribune.)
Jesuit’s football domination of Tampa Catholic continued Friday (Nov. 8) as the Tigers prevailed 13-9 at Corral Memorial Stadium for their 14th consecutive win in the series.
Senior Night: Tampa Catholic at Jesuit, 7:30pm tonight, Corral Memorial Stadium.
The District and Region champion Jesuit swim team was up early Friday, getting prepared to depart for Stuart, where it will compete in the Class 2A State Meet on Saturday. Cross country also competes in its State Meet on Saturday.
Eight Jesuit students competed against top speech and debate teams from across the nation at the University of Florida on October 25-27.
Jesuit High School remembered its departed at the annual Alumni Memorial Mass and Dedication Ceremony on Sunday (Nov. 3) at St. Anthony’s Chapel and in the adjacent Jesuit Alumni Memorial courtyard. (Photo gallery inside from Gigante Productions, Inc.)
Alumni through the generations returned to Jesuit High School on Friday night for fellowship, food, football (Jesuit 35, Middleton 0) and festivities, including the crowning of 2013 Homecoming Queen Claire Snyder and announcement of Alumnus of the Year Al Lopez, Jr. '59, above. (Photo gallery inside.)
The Jesuit swimming team – and coaches – took a dive in the Long Center pool with the championship trophy after winning a 6th straight Region title on Friday in Clearwater. (Photo: Asst. coach Nathan Stibrich holds the trophy.)
Wednesday night's Pep Rally was followed by Fun Day on Thursday as Jesuit's Homecoming Week hurtled toward Friday's football game and Saturday's dance. (Photo galleries inside.)
The Jesuit golf team’s 4th-place finish at the Class 2A State Tournament this week was its best result at State since 1998. (Photo: Matt Ruel ’16 tees off at the State Tournament in Howey-in-the-Hills.)
Homecoming Week's sartorial splendor reached its midpoint with Dynamic Duo Wednesday, as students dressed as twins or a "dynamic duo." (Photo gallery inside.)
The Jesuit bowling team captured its first-ever District title on Tuesday, giving the school its fourth District championship in four sports thus far this school year. (Photos, more Jesuit sports information inside.)
Jesuit High School inducted eight more members of the Class of 2014 into National Honor Society on Tuesday morning (Oct. 29) in St. Anthony's Chapel.
Jesuit’s Homecoming Week continued Tuesday (Oct. 29) with the second of five dress-down days, “Techno Tuesday.” (Photo galleries from Monday and Tuesday inside.)
Jesuit swimming continued its long run of domination over local competition with its 16th consecutive District title on Saturday. (Photo: The team dives into the pool after the results are announced.)
The cross country team made it 2-for-2 with regard to District titles for Jesuit this fall, winning the Class 2A-10 meet Thursday (Oct. 24) at Taylor Park in Largo.
Led by a swarming defense, the Jesuit football team captured its fourth straight win Friday with a hard-fought 14-10 triumph at Orlando Bishop Moore. (Photos, links, video inside.)
Al Higginbotham was paralyzed from the waist down 18 years ago in a freak accident, and Friday morning (Oct. 18) at Convocation the Hillsborough County Commissioner told the Jesuit student body his story of faith and adversity overcome. (Video link, photos inside.)
The Jesuit Speech and Debate Team won three trophies and a certificate at a National Forensic League tournament Saturday at North Port High School. (Photo: from left, Alex Fiore '16, Kieran Mahoney '16, Shan Bhadelia '15 [holding trophies from a previous event], Christian Pena '15, and Jackson Moffett '16.)
Jesuit High School celebrated its fourth Mass of the school year Tuesday in St. Anthony's Chapel.
The Jesuit golf team captured its eighth consecutive District title Monday at Silverado Golf & Country Club in Zephyrhills, and Matt Ruel ’16 took individual District honors with a 68. (Photo: from left, Kurt Sierra ’15, Alec Murawski ’15, Ethan White '14, Joseph Trim ’14, Matt Ruel ’16.)
Jesuit football claimed its third straight victory, holding off a comeback to defeat Ocala Trinity Catholic 36-34 on Friday night, and the school celebrated The Gonzmart Family with a special halftime ceremony. (Photo: Devyn Freeland ’15 takes an interception return for a touchdown; see links to stories, video and a photo gallery inside.)
The Jesuit High School football team is aiming for its third straight win at 7:30pm Friday (Oct. 11) at Corral Memorial Stadium against Trinity Catholic, and at halftime the school will honor The Gonzmart Family’s extraordinary commitment through the years to Jesuit. (Photo: Quarterback Vincent Testaverde ’14 has guided Jesuit to two straight road wins.)
It was a record-setting Spike & Splash on Wednesday, as the Jesuit swimming team and Academy of the Holy Names swimming and volleyball teams combined to raise $10,761 for the Moffitt Cancer Center.
Jesuit High School hosted a major speech and debate event last month, and the home team captured four awards. (Photo: Jesuit speech and debate moderator Mr. Sean Salai, S.J., third from left, with team members after the event.)
Kevin Newman ’15 scored four first-half touchdowns as the Jesuit football team cruised to a 49-16 win Friday at Spoto in its District opener.
Fresh off a come-from-behind 28-21 win at Newsome last Friday, the Jesuit football team is on the road again at Spoto tonight (Oct. 4) in its first District game of 2013. (Photo: Jesuit players celebrate after defeating Newsome.)
Thank you to all Jesuit High School parents who have answered the call for support to Jesuit's Parents’ Annual Giving Drive to date!
Jesuit parents will be working the phones again Wednesday night (Oct. 2), calling their fellow parents to encourage participation in Parents' Annual Giving. (See photo gallery inside and updated financial bar graph by class.)
Jesuit rallies from 21-7 down on the road against well-regarded Newsome and captures a 28-21 victory Friday night. (Photo: Kevin Newman '15 follows lead blockers Clark Bulleit '15  and Ryan Black '14  during Jesuit's comeback.)
The Jesuit High School newspaper, The Tiger, has seen a revival the past two years, and the first issue of 2013-14 was distributed to homerooms Thursday.
Jesuit High School’s Environmental Club spent Saturday morning cleaning up along the coastline downtown as part of the Coastal Cleanup event, and then captured first place in the Recycle Regatta on the Hillsborough River. (Photo: Jason Reynolds '16 and fellow Jesuit students collect garbage along Garrison Channel.)
Jesuit students have taken several mission trips recently, including during Spring Break to Appalachia and this summer to Nicaragua. (Photo: A group of Jesuit students working in Matagalpa, Nicaragua.)
Jesuit High School kicker and student body president Rhett Waldron '14, and his cabinet, led the school pep rally at Hyer Family Park prior to Friday's football game against Largo at 7:30pm at Corral Memorial Stadium. (Photo gallery inside from last week’s game at Clearwater Central Catholic.)
The grandparents of Jesuit High School visited campus and celebrated Mass on Sunday with their grandsons in St. Anthony’s Chapel. (Photo gallery inside.)
Eric Sims ’95, who as a player led the Jesuit High School soccer team to a state title in 1995, replaces Bob Bauman as head coach. (Photo: Sims receives a Jesuit cap from athletic director Terry Rupp '84 upon his introduction Tuesday in the Faber Conference Room.)
Jesuit High School celebrated Mass on Tuesday morning in St. Anthony's Chapel.
New Jesuit High School lacrosse coach Brian Lemon was introduced to the team earlier this month in the Faber Conference Room.
Six Jesuit High School seniors have earned the prestigious National Merit Semifinalist honors. From left, front row – Michael Henry, Marc Dumois, Peter Johnson, Danny Wilson. Back row – Rhett Shimberg, Jacob Vila.
The Jesuit High School Speech and Debate Team won three awards Saturday, including a first-place trophy for Alexander Fiore ’16.
Jesuit dominated all phases of the game Friday in a 31-7 win over Lakewood Ranch at Corral Memorial Stadium, earning new coach Matt Thompson the first regular season win of his career. (Photo: Trent Wessel '15, left, celebrates his second touchdown of the first half with his teammates.)
The Jesuit High School football team, which lost its regular-season opener 28-10 at Hardee last Friday, plays its first home game tonight (Sept. 6) at 7:30pm against high-powered Lakewood Ranch. (Photo: Ryan Black '14 [No. 33] and Nick Cox '15 [No. 60] leading the blocking for Vincent Testaverde '14 [No. 14] vs. Hardee.)
After 26 seasons, five state titles and 571 wins, legendary Jesuit High School soccer coach Bob Bauman steps down to dedicate himself to running for an elected judicial position. (Photo: Bauman with Peter Johnson '14 after the coach addressed the team on Tuesday afternoon.)
Jesuit High School celebrated Mass of the Holy Spirit in St. Anthony's Chapel on Friday (Aug. 30) before embarking on the holiday weekend.
Director of College Counseling Fernando Rodrigues addresses an audience of more than 150 senior parents Tuesday evening (Aug. 27) at the final Parent Seminar to kick off the 2013-14 school year.
Dr. Elizabeth Lev, the noted Rome-based art historian, professor, author and Vatican Museums expert, gave an engaging presentation on the remarkable works of Caravaggio at Convocation on Tuesday (Aug. 27) – and then lectured for several Jesuit classes.
After waiting out a weather delay Thursday evening (Aug. 22), the Jesuit High School football team outlasted Palm Harbor University 19-14 to capture its preseason game at Corral Memorial Stadium. (Photo: Kevin Newman ’15 and Vincent Jackson ’14 lead the Tigers onto the field.)
The Pro-Life Club was one of more than 30 Jesuit High School clubs bringing in scores of new members Thursday morning (Aug. 22) on Club Sign-Up Day, as part of Welcome Week.
The Key Club capped off an exceptional 2012-13 school year by traveling to Washington, D.C. this summer for the Key Club International Convention – and taking home a major prize. (Photo: Key Club president Nick LaVoy '14 [top] with vice president T.J. Wilson '14, and club board members Zack Aldridge '14 and Kenny Nicholson '16.)
Jesuit has a different fun activity planned each day during Welcome Week, beginning with a whipped cream eating contest and tug-of-war. (Photo: The team of freshmen and seniors won the Period 4 tug-of-war of Tuesday.)
More than 200 members of the Jesuit High School President’s Circle enjoyed the annual President's Mass & Breakfast at the Renaissance Hotel on Sunday (Aug. 18), during which school president Fr. Richard C. Hermes, S.J. announced an historic gift from the Gonzmart family. (Photo: Casey Gonzmart '65 [left] and wife Heidi, and Richard Gonzmart '71 and wife Melanie.)
Jesuit High School celebrated its first Mass of the school year Thursday (Aug. 15), Solemnity of the Assumption.
Wednesday marked Jesuit High School’s first full day of the 2013-14 school year.
The Class of 2017 experienced its first official day as Jesuit High School students Monday (Aug. 12) during Freshman Orientation. (Photo: Mark Alsdorf, Jesuit's Instructional Technology Coordinator, leading a technology training session.)
Workers are feverishly completing summer projects while the faculty and staff are making final preparations as Jesuit High School readies for the arrival of students on Monday. (Photo: Principal Barry Neuburger and Asst. Principal for Discipline Dr. Angelo Pastore walk through campus Friday.)
The Jesuit High School football team and new head coach Matt Thompson took the field for the first day of fall practice Monday at Corral Memorial Stadium. (Photo gallery inside.)
Lucas Schmeling '14 embraces his father Donald Schmeling as 52 Jesuit High School pilgrims returned Tuesday from World Youth Day with Pope Francis in Rio de Janeiro. (See photo gallery inside.)
The 52 Jesuit pilgrims in Brazil for World Youth Day with Pope Francis have had the experience of a lifetime, seeing the Pope up close and celebrating the Papal Mass with about 3 million people on Sunday. (Photo of Pope Francis taken Sun. July 28 by Jesuit student Mark Stine '15.)
The 52 Jesuit "pilgrims" in Brazil for World Youth Day with Pope Francis have had the experience of a lifetime, seeing the Pope up close and celebrating the Papal Mass with about 3 million people on Sunday.
The 52 members of the Jesuit High School group traveling through South America, including 39 students and eight recent alumni, completed a week in Paraguay with a visit to spectacular Iguazu Falls. Up next: World Youth Day in Rio de Janeiro with Pope Francis. (Photo: Drew Obeck '15 gazes over Iguazu Falls near the Brazil-Paraguay-Argentina border.)
En route to World Youth Day in Rio de Janeiro, a 52-person contingent of "pilgrims" from Jesuit High School is taking the road less traveled by first embarking on a week in Paraguay, where Jesuit missionaries settled some 400 years ago. (Photo: A Jesuit student looks down the cloister walk at a decayed Jesuit mission site.)
A dozen members of the Jesuit High School community recently took a mission trip to operate a vacation bible school for the benefit of Lakota children in South Dakota. (See photo gallery inside.)
The Jesuit High School sailing team closed the school year in style, capturing first place at a national regatta in Milwaukee.
In its third year, Jesuit High School’s five-week Summer Bridge program benefits a group of area middle school boys through instruction in mathematics, grammar, reading and critical thinking – and keeps the campus buzzing in the summer.
June 30 is the final day of the $50,000 “Garcia-Jenkins Challenge," which doubles every gift made to the Jesuit High School Annual Fund.
Jesuit High School freshman counselor Eileen Charette (pictured with husband Ernie Charette '63) was named the Kiwanian of the Year by the Kiwanis Club of Tampa.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers icon Derrick Brooks tested his acting chops this week in a commercial for Bright House Sports Network at Jesuit's Corral Memorial Stadium.
Jesuit High School’s Dominic Kynkor ’16 created a certified Apple App for Jesuit’s school website - in his spare time during his freshman year.
Children from the Tampa Bay area descended upon Jesuit High School this week for basketball, football and robotics camps led by Jesuit coaches, teachers and students - and several more weeks of Jesuit camps are coming up.
The “3s” and “8s” enjoyed the annual Grand Reunion at Jesuit High School last weekend, with the Classes of 1988 (25 years) and 1963 (50 years) garnering special recognition.
Jesuit High School recently distributed iPads stocked with leading educational apps to its faculty, and they will be ready for use in the upcoming school year.
Wednesday evening (May 29) at the Straz Center,Jesuit High School celebrated the commencement of its 114th year, graduating 175 students in the Class of 2013 and honoring the very best with the school's most prestigious awards. (Photo by Gigante Productions.)
When Metropolitan Ministries needed assistance last month installing a new playground, Jesuit High School's Tiger Robotics was there to help.
Three months after completing a dominating season with a runaway win in the Class 5A state title game, the honors continue for Jesuit basketball, as the Florida Association of Basketball Coaches names Devin Harris ’13 its Class 5A Player of the Year and Neal Goldman the 5A Coach of the Year. (Photo: Harris guards NBA star Jeremy Lin in a pickup game at Jesuit last month.)
Members of the Jesuit chorus, orchestra and band traveled to New Orleans for four days last month. (Photo: Jesuit music director Nina Wegmann and Fr. Patrick Hough, S.J., with Jesuit students at historic Chalmette Battefield.)
New Jesuit football head coach Matt Thompson guided the Tigers to a 34-21 spring game win Friday (May 24) over Dixie Hollins at Corral Memorial Stadium.
The Jesuit baseball team lost its Class 5A State Semifinal game 2-1 in extra innings to Ponte Vedra on Wednesday (May 22), marking the fourth straight season the Tigers have come agonizingly close to the elusive state title.
The Jesuit baseball team, ranked in the Top 5 nationally by several media outlets, is in a very familiar place - its fourth consecutive Class 5A state semifinal, as the Tigers face Ponte Vedra on Wednesday (May 22) in Fort Myers. (Photo: Ryan McCullers ’14 rounds the bases after blasting a home run in the 5-4 win over Auburndale in the Region Final.)
Nearly 130 Jesuit alumni and friends gathered Monday (May 20) at Westchase Golf Club for the annual scramble golf tournament and raised more than $36,000 for Jesuit students with financial need. (Photo: Jordan Hiller ’08, Marty Hiller, P ’08 and Ken Mitchell.)
The state champion Jesuit High School basketball team has been honored in many ways the past two months, and it culminated Friday (May 17) in a downtown Victory Rally with Mayor Bob Buckhorn, who declared it Jesuit Day in Tampa.
During the final Mass of the school year Friday (May 17) at Jesuit High School, Kevin Carvalho ’14 and Zack Aldridge ’14 received all three sacraments of initiation into the Roman Catholic Church, and Evan Stilley ’13 was formally received into the Roman Catholic Church. (Photo gallery inside.)
Jesuit High School’s Michael Lee ’16 was the lone freshman to qualify for the Rotary District 6980 Speech Contest on May 11 in Brandon. (Photo: Lee, front middle, with the other contestants.)
The Jesuit High School Mothers' Club ushered in its new officers for 2013-14 earlier this month at Palma Ceia Country Club at the annual Mass and Installation. (See photo gallery and new officers inside.)
Jesuit High School celebrated its 17th annual Senior-Alumni Luncheon at Palma Ceia Country Club on Friday, honoring Dr. Stephen Krist '69 as Alumnus of the Year. (Photo: Dr. Krist with Jesuit president Fr. Richard Hermes, S.J.)
NBA star and cultural phenomenon Jeremy Lin spent Tuesday afternoon at Jesuit High School scrimmaging against some seniors from Jesuit's state champion basketball team.
Down to its final strike twice Friday, Jesuit rallies to tie the game, and then Ricky Caldevilla's two-strike, line-drive single wins the Region Final 5-4 over Auburndale, igniting an epic celebration at Hyer Family Park. (Photo gallery, video and stories inside.)
The Jesuit baseball senior class has advanced to the State Tournament each of the past three seasons, and they look to do so again in the Region Final tonight vs. Auburndale at 7:00pm Hyer Family Park. (Photo: Spencer Trayner '13 will be the starting pitcher for the Tigers.)
Jesuit High School hosted its annual Volunteer Appreciation Crawfish Boil last weekend, a special event for all who have volunteered their time, effort and talent to assist Jesuit throughout the school year. (Photo: Stephanie Sullivan, P '13, '15, Alicia Trim, P '13, '14, and Ebba Wilson, P '13.)
On May 2 in St. Anthony's Chapel, Jesuit High School honored dozens of students who distinguished themselves with excellence during the 2012-13 school year at the annual Awards Night.
Jesuit pounded out 16 hits Tuesday, and four Tigers pitchers allowed just one run, in a Region Semifinal win at Dunedin. (Photo: Vincent Miniet '13 had two hits, including one of Jesuit's three home runs.)
Rhett Waldron '14 is elected Student Council president for Jesuit High School for the 2013-14 school year.
Jesuit travels to Dunedin today (May 7) to play a Region Semifinal baseball game at 7:00pm, hoping to take the next step toward a state championship. (Photo: Jordan Parnell '13 will start on the mound at Dunedin.)
Jesuit High School welcomed its incoming Class of 2017 on Sunday, as future classmates and their “brothers” for the next four years and beyond enjoyed a day of fun and fellowship.
Jim Towey, the president of Ave Maria University and former counsel to Mother Teresa and senior advisor to President George W. Bush, spoke April 30 in Convocation at Jesuit High School and encouraged the student body to become true heroes. (Photo: Towey with Jesuit students at a reception afterward.)
An evening downpour necessitated a late start, and Jesuit made it worth the wait, prevailing 3-0 over Lakewood on Thursday in a Class 5A Region Quarerfinal at Hyer Family Park.
*Weather permitting. The nationally ranked Jesuit baseball team embarks on the Region playoffs today (May 2), hosting a quarterfinal game against Lakewood at 7:00pm at Hyer Family Park.
Jesuit High School reveled in Cultural Day on Friday and followed it up with A Taste of Jesuit and Celebration of the Arts on Sunday.
Nick Catchur ’14 wins the state championship in the pole vault, and two other Jesuit athletes reach the medal stand at the Class 2A track & field State Meet on Saturday in Jacksonville. (Click inside for links to video interviews and news stories.)
Sixteen teams in Florida are alive in the FHSAA lacrosse playoffs, and Jesuit, which hosts a Region Semifinal on Friday (April 26), is one of them. Also, the baseball team captured the District title Thursday with a 5-1 win over Robinson. (Photo: Hunter Gray '13)
The wide-ranging musical talents of Austin Nelson ’13 made him one of 100 students nationwide chosen to participate in The White House Music Series on April 9 hosted by Michelle Obama. (Photo: Nelson with GRAMMY Museum executive director Bob Santelli outside the White House.)
The Jesuit High School Key Club was the biggest winner at the state awards event earlier this month. (Photo: Key Club president Cameron Hooper '13 and vice president Nicholas LaVoy '14)
Fr. Patrick Hough, S.J., celebrated the Feast of Our Lady, Queen of the Society of Jesus, on Monday morning (April 22) in St. Anthony’s Chapel at Jesuit High School (photo gallery inside).
All four Jesuit High School spring sports teams - lacrosse, tennis, track & field and baseball - had big days Thursday, plus basketball player J.J. Weir ’13 won an award. (Photo: Nick Catchur '14 broke the school record in the pole vault again with a leap of 15 feet to win the Region, see photo sequence of his vault inside.)
Zack Aldridge ’14 has made service a cornerstone of his life, and Wednesday (April 17) the Hillsborough County Commission formally acknowledged his extraordinary commitment to service. (Commissioner Sandra L. Murman presents Aldridge with a prestigious YEA! Award.)
Eight Jesuit High School student-athletes in six sports made their college commitments official Wednesday morning.
Jesuit is the top seed in today’s District Semifinal vs. No. 4 Tampa Catholic at Jesuit at 7:30pm. (Photo: Jordan Suarez '13 goes on the attack during the Jesuit Lacrosse Classic earlier this month.)
The Jesuit High School track & field team captured its fifth consecutive District title Friday night in dominating fashion.
The Jesuit tennis team swept Robinson in the Region Final on Thursday at Hillsborough Community College, clinching the Tigers' third straight trip to the State Tournament and 17th in head coach Joe Curtis' 19 seasons.
The spring production of the Jesuit Masque opens Thursday (April 11) at 7:30pm and runs through Saturday.
Jesuit High School students Max Chillura ’13, Justin Sosa ’16, Michael Sandborn ’16, Guill Gomez ’15, JJ Niekro ’16, Michael Lee ’16, Alejandro Cartaya ’15 and Drew Obeck ’15 served as ushers at Mass and carried the statue of the Holy Family in the traditional procession after Mass at the 16th annual Festa Italiana this past weekend in Ybor City.
The Jesuit tennis team, fresh off its 22nd District title in the past 23 years, begins Region play Tuesday at 3:00pm at Hillsborough Community College. (Photo: No. 1 singles player Jordan Nasser ’13.)
Jesuit dodges the rain and goes 4-0 in the Jesuit Baseball Easter Tournament to win the title. (Photo: Jordan Parnell '13 delivers the pitch en route to a two-hit shutout, 13-0 win over Knoxville Catholic in the championship game Friday.)
Jesuit lacrosse, like the Jesuit baseball team, is hosting a prestigious Spring Break tournament this week featuring numerous out-of-state teams; the Tigers played Canisius (N.Y.) on Thursday to open the Jesuit Lacrosse Classic, and also play Friday and Saturday. (Photo: Cole Fox '13.)
Jesuit tennis continued its run of dominance in District competition, sweeping all seven events to capture the Class 2A, District 10 title Tuesday at Hillsborough Community College.
... and the Jesuit Baseball Easter Tournament is underway, with four games today (Tue. April 2) including the nightcap at 7:00pm between Jesuit, the nation's No. 1 ranked team, and St. Francis, N.Y. (Photo of Jesuit pitcher John Kilichowski '13 courtesy of the Tampa Bay Times.)
The Jesuit High School tennis team opens District Tournament play today at Hillsborough Community College, while the baseball and lacrosse teams host tournaments this week. (Photo: Jesuit tennis player David Pagliarulo.)
Jesuit celebrated Mass in St. Anthony's Chapel on Wednesday, the final day of school before spring break. (Photo gallery inside.)
Jesuit’s Tiger Robotics competed against 55 other schools at the Bayou Regionals in New Orleans last week. (Photo: Ryan Lowman ‘14, Blake Stone ‘13, Alex Gleason ’13 and Academy of the Holy Names junior Carmen Mendez in New Orleans.)
Unbeaten Jesuit wins 13-1 at Tampa Catholic, and the brackets are set for the Jesuit Easter Tournament next week. (Photo: Daniel Portales '13 had three hits and two runs Saturday, see video inside.)
The unbeaten Tigers, newly anointed the nation's top team by Perfect Game and MaxPreps, play Saturday at Noon at Tampa Catholic. (Photo: Spencer Trayner '13 will start on the mound Saturday.)
Jesuit sailing captured first place at two events this month, and the Tigers are aiming to qualify for Nationals. (Photo: Greiner Hobbs '14 and Joey Russell '15 competing on March 2 in Miami.)
Jesuit High School’s juniors and seniors each engaged in four presentations as more than 30 alumni and professionals in 18 different fields came to Jesuit last week. (Photo: Dr. Shawn Bingham '94 at Career Day.)
The Jesuit High School Key Club, in conjunction with the Kiwanis Club of Tampa, last week made a $15,000-plus donation to New Life Village during the Kiwanis Club meeting at the Tampa Club downtown.
All 10 Jesuit students at the 61st annual Congres French State Competition last week earned awards. (Photo: Freshmen Chris Yatsula, Calvin Scott, Evan Rabenold and Jad Azar, pictured with moderator Ann Phillips, won the Skit competition.)
Jesuit High School came together Thursday morning in St. Anthony's Chapel in Solemn Benediction for the election of Pope Francis. (News and video links inside.)
Jesuit president Fr. Richard Hermes, S.J., will lead a special convocation Thursday morning at the school to celebrate the selection of Pope Francis, the first-ever Jesuit Pope. (Photo: Jesuit students and faculty gathered in the classroom of Fr. Patrick Hough, S.J., to view the announcement; video link inside from FOX 13 News.)
Four Jesuit students recently were honored for their service to the 2012 Mayor's Youth Corps and Mayor’s Youth Leadership Council. (Photo: Jay Benjamin ’14, Eduardo Sotomayor '15, Tampa mayor Bob Buckhorn and Cole Fisher ’15; not pictured is Greg Cox ’14.)
The preliminary totals are in: Jesuit High School's 10th annual Gaudiosa fundraising gala Saturday night was the most successful ever, raising more than $665,000. (Photo: Rosalind and Donald Moffett, P ’16, were among 600 supporters who enjoyed the event.)
“An Evening in Montserrat” is now just hours away: Saturday night at the Hilton Downtown Tampa is Jesuit High School’s 10th annual Gaudiosa fundraising gala. (Click inside for links to the live auction and silent auction items.)
Academy of the Holy Names graduate Angie Ammon delivered a powerful message to the Jesuit High School chapter of SADD - Students Against Destructive Decisions - during last week’s SADD club meeting. (Video link to Ammon’s presentation inside.)
Jesuit High School welcomed the parents of the Class of 2017 to the school on Tuesday, March 5. Click inside for a link to video of presentations from the New Parents Meeting. (Photo: Jesuit president Fr. Richard Hermes, S.J., speaks with a new Jesuit parent.)
Jesuit inducts 68 juniors into the National Honor Society. (Photo: Jesuit president Fr. Richard Hermes, S.J., speaks at the induction Mass.)
Jesuit wins its third basketball state title and first in 29 years with a scintillating second half Saturday, defeating Plantation American Heritage 79-58. (Large photo gallery and news links inside.)
Jesuit saw a double-digit lead dwindle to two points late, but the Tigers escaped with a 46-41 win over Jacksonville Bishop Kenny on Friday (March 1) in a Class 5A State Semifinal at the Lakeland Center. (Photo: Joey Galvis '13 drives for a critical layup late in Friday's win)
Jesuit basketball, seeking its first state title in 29 years, plays Jacksonville Bishop Kenny in a State Semifinal on Friday at 11:30am at the Lakeland Center. (Photo: coach Neal Goldman led the Tigers' practice at the USF Sun Dome this week, in preparation for playing in the 8,000-seat Lakeland Center)
A few days later, after recalculating scores, Jesuit speech and debate team member Ryan Bianco '14 advances to the Catholic Forensic League nationals in Philadelphia. (Photo of Jesuit team members Tyler Ballehr '16, Austin Hernandez '16, Bianco, Alex Fiore '16 and moderator Sean Salai, S.J., after the competition at East Bay High School)
Pope Benedict XVI says farewell, the first pope to resign since the Middle Ages. (Photo of Pope Benedict in St. Peter's Square today [Wednesday, Feb. 27] provided for Jesuit High School by Eric Ramirez, S.J.)
New Jesuit football coach Matt Thompson is one of many on the Jesuit staff who serve through the school's affiliation with Meals on Wheels. (Photo: Diana Tyska and Matt Thompson deliver a meal along their route on Friday, Feb. 22)
Jesuit will provide buses to Lakeland to support the basketball team Friday in its State Semifinal game at the Lakeland Center. (Photo: coach Neal Goldman and Joey Galvis '13 embrace after defeating Lake Wales in the Region Final)
Jesuit advances to the State Tournament with a 97-72 win Saturday over Lake Wales. (Photo: The team gathers around the Region Champions trophy)
Jesuit vs. Lake Wales - the rematch at Tiger Palace - is sold out. (Photo: Coach Neal Goldman leads practice Friday)
Jesuit’s annual Gaudiosa fundraiser is March 9, and the students are doing their part by selling raffle tickets for a chance to win free gas for a year. (Photo: Jonathan Shaw ‘15 turns in his sold tickets Wednesday to Mike Scicchitano, Director of Student Activities)
No. 1-ranked Jesuit defeated No.7 St. Petersburg Gibbs 65-38 on Tuesday, setting up a rematch with Lake Wales in the Region Final. Click below for ticket information. (Photo: Jack Fleming in last week's win over Boca Ciega, photo courtesy of the Tampa Bay Times)
No. 1-ranked Jesuit travels to No. 7 Gibbs on Tuesday night for a Region Semifnal matchup, as just 16 schools remain in the Class 5A state playoffs. (Photo courtesy of Bright House Sports Network)
Ryan Bianco '14 captured 1st place Friday at the annual Carrollwood Rotary Club speech contest. (Photo: Bianco with Paul Sempe '13 after winning a debate tournament in December)
Austin Underwood, Adam Lewis and 5th place Max Gallagly lead Jesuit to a 6th place finish in Class 2A. (Photo: Adam Lewis wrestling in 126-pound title match, courtesy of the Tampa Bay Times)
Nationally ranked Jesuit baseball begins the season Friday at Berkeley Prep and Saturday vs. TC. (Photo courtesy of The Tampa Tribune)
The Tigers advance to the 5A basketball Region Semifinal on Tuesday at St. Petersburg Gibbs. (Photo courtesy of The Tampa Tribune)
Jesuit basketball hosts Boca Ciega tonight in a Region Quarterfinal. (Photo courtesy of Tampa Bay Times)
Jesuit celebrates the first day of Lent with a morning Mass. (Photo: Fr. J. Patrick Hough, S.J., forms a small cross of ashes on a Jesuit student)
The school community reacts to the surprising news (Photo: Fr. Matthew Gamber, S.J., provides insight to local news media)
Jesuit defeats Palm Harbor 5-2 and plays tonight at the Tampa Bay Times Forum.
Jesuit defeats Lennard 81-42, will host Region Semifinal on Thursday. (Photo courtesy of Bright House Sports Network)
Hundreds of Jesuit mothers and sons enjoyed the annual event on Sunday, Feb. 3. (Photos available from Gigante Productions, Inc.)
Tigers rout Middleton, face Lennard for title on Friday.
Jesuit is the No. 4 seed in the Lightning Cup playoffs
The Tigers are ranked No. 4 in the nation by Perfect Game. (Photo courtesy of Perfect Game)
Eight football and one soccer player made their college choice official Wednesday morning
Tigers advance all 14 wrestlers to Region Tournament on Friday in Punta Gorda.
More than a dozen teams, including the Jesuit Tiger-Bots, competed to advance to the State Championship.
Tigers sweep season series with TC. (Photo courtesy of Bright House Sports)
Jesuit advances to the Regional Semifinal on Saturday.
On Saturday the varsity wrestling team finished its regular season with a 25-0 record, including six tournament championships.
More than forty participants from Jesuit Tampa attended the national "March for Life" in Washington, D.C. in protest of the 1973 Supreme Court decision Roe v. Wade.
Tigers finished 5th out of 32 teams at the Tony Ippolito Memorial Tournament.
The Tiger varsity soccer team opened its district tournament play against Middleton at Lennard High School and earned an 8-0 victory.
On "Senior Night" the Tigers defeated Lennard 71-54 to claim the number one district seed.
Jesuit High School announced its summer sports camps that will take place at the school during the months of June, July and August.
Jeff Miraflor (left) and Sebastian Botero (right) were two of the three students representing Jesuit at the All-State Music Conference.
The Gaudiosa Auction Committee is seeking donations for both the live and silent auctions. Remember, no gift is too small or too big!
Jesuit High School had 453 students earn honors during the fall semester of the 2012-13 school year. A total of 115 made the Principals Honor Roll, while 338 earned Honor Roll status.
The Jesuit High School basketball team won its fifth straight game – and it’s third game in four days – with a dominating 86-28 victory over Spoto ...
The Jesuit High School basketball team looks for its fifth straight win – and its third win in the past four days – on Friday night when it battles Spoto High School ...
Each club day during the school year we will be highlighting a Jesuit club that helps to broaden the horizons of our students. Today we highlight Key Club.
The Jesuit High School soccer team will get back to work today when it travels to Montverde, Fla. to take part in the prestigious Montverde Academy ...
The Jesuit High School Alumni Association held its second annual Alumni Fun Run & Mass on Sunday, Jan. 6.
The Jesuit Alumni Association held a Regional Reunion in Washington, D.C. on Thursday, Dec. 27, 2012. The day began with a varsity basketball game ...
Jesuit midfielder Jacob Vila '14 was named to the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) Boys All-American Team ...
Devin Harris '13 (above) helped lead the Jesuit High School basketball team to a 72-61 win over rival Tampa Catholic at the Al Lopez Sports Complex on Friday.
Barry Neuburger (L), Principal of Jesuit, welcomed the newest member of its faculty on Friday. Dr. Scott Barker (R) will teach Latin 1, 2 and 3.
The Jesuit High School basketball team gets back to work on Friday when it faces rival Tampa Catholic at the Al Lopez Sports Complex.
The Christmas breaks has come and gone, 2013 has arrived, and the hustle and bustle at Jesuit High School got back to normal as classes began ...
All alumni and their families are invited to participate in the Second Annual Alumni Fun Run & Mass on Sunday, on Jan. 6.
The administration, staff and faculty of Jesuit High School wish you and your family a very safe and Happy New Year!
The Jesuit High School basketball team took third place at the Father George National Jesuit Classic in North Bethesda, Md.
The Jesuit basketball team (11-1) split its first first two games at the Father George National Jesuit classic, in North Bethesda, Md. ...
This is the last week to take advantage of the Jesuit High School Board of Trustees’ Challenge to match all gifts to the Annual Fund, dollar-for dollar, up to $45,000!
The Jesuit basketball team will take part in the prestigious Father George National Jesuit Classic – at Georgetown Prep in North Bethesda, Md. – from Dec. 27-29.
The 13th Annual Tiger Classic golf tournament was held on Friday, Dec. 21 at Cheval Golf & Country Club in Tampa.
Best wishes for a blessed Christmas season and a very Happy New Year from the administration, staff and faculty of Jesuit High School!
Travis Johnson '13 (above) became the second Jesuit basketball player to reach the 1,000 career point mark this week, doing so in the Tigers' rout of St. Petersburg.
Four members of the Jesuit High School cross country team have been named to the Tampa Bay Times All-Hillsborough County Team ...
Jack Fleming '13 (middle) scored his 1,000 career point on Wednesday while helping Jesuit to a dominating 68-28 win over Northeast High School.
The Jesuit basketball team, which took part recently in its annual Christmas service event (above), will hit the hardwood on Wednesday for the Nike Gulfshore Invitational.
The Thanksgiving break has come and gone, the Christmas break is just a week away, and that leads to one conclusion in the mind of a high school student …
The Jesuit High School Mothers’ Club held its annual Christmas Mass & Luncheon on Friday, Dec. 14.
Ryan Bianco '14 (left) and Paul Sempe '13 (right) won two awards this past Saturday at the Newsome Debate.
Jesuit graduate Andre Kirwan '92, and his "No Strings Attached" ministry, was feature on Friday in the Tampa Tribune.
Four former Jesuit football players have been invited to play in the Hillsborough County All-Star Football Game at Raymond James Stadium on Dec. 15 at 6 p.m.
Jesuit High School alumni from every generation in the greater Chicago area attended the first Regional Reunion in Chicago since the 1980’s on Saturday, Dec. 8 ...
Thompson Marston ’13 (above) was one of nine Jesuit High School swimmers that were named first team All-Hillsborough County by the Tampa Tribune/TBO.com.
Playing for Jesuit High's soccer team since his freshman season, junior forward Eric Mubang ’14 isn't exactly an unknown for the Tigers' explosive offense.
Jesuit baseball coach Richie Warren ’00 was named the Region 3 coach of the year by the National High School Baseball Coaches Association (NHSBCA) ...
Jesuit High School will hold its annual winter concert in the Multipurpose Room on Friday, Dec. 7 at 7 p.m. Admission is free.
Jesuit High School announced on Wednesday that Matthew S. Thompson has accepted the position as the school's new head football coach.
The Jesuit High School Mothers’ Club held its annual Mothers’ Advent Retreat on Tuesday night, with the evening full of faith and friendship.
The Jesuit High School soccer team is off to a fast start through its first 13 games of the season. The Tigers boast an 11-1-1 record ...
The Jesuit wrestling team improved its season record to 13-0 taking the Space Coast Duals championship this past weekend at Space Coast High School.
The Jesuit High School community celebrated the Feast of St. Francis Xavier on Monday with a school Mass in St. Anthony’s Chapel.
The Jesuit Speech and Debate Team won three trophies and a gavel in the National Forensic League District Congress on Saturday, Dec. 1.
The Jesuit basketball team improved to 3-0 with a dominating 59-18 win over Blake on Friday night.
Morgan Lynch '99 (above), President of the Coastal Conservation Association Tampa Chapter, spoke to the Fishing Club on Thursday, about the recreational and commercial fishing industries.
Jesuit High School graduate Dr. J. Wayne Phillips ’64 spoke at his alma mater today, and gave a fascinating presentation on the Shroud of Turin ...
Jesuit High School sophomores enjoyed a day of retreat on Tuesday, Nov. 27 at St. Paul's Catholic Church.
The Jesuit High school cross country team's recently completed season can certainly be considered a success.
The Jesuit High School basketball team improved its record to 2-0 with a 71-60 win over Miami Belen Jesuit.
The Jesuit basketball team looks to improve its record to 2-0 as it welcomes Miami's Belen Jesuit to the Tiger Palace on Saturday, Nov. 24. Tipoff is slated for 7 p.m.
The Jesuit High School community would like to wish everybody a very safe and happy Thanksgiving.
Prep basketball’s opening night at Jesuit wasn’t without its glitches. The shooters were tight, the fouls plenteous and the passes periodically awry at the Tiger Palace.
The Jesuit community gathered in St. Anthony’s Chapel on Tuesday to celebrate a school Mass on the last day of classes before Thanksgiving break. Mass was celebrated by Bishop Robert Lynch.
The Jesuit High School wrestling team had a solid start to its 2012-13 campaign on Saturday, Nov. 17. In fact you can’t start any better.
Jesuit High School’s service to the community doesn’t stop with its students, faculty or staff. Behind the scenes there is a dedicated army of parents involved ...
The Jesuit High School family was out in full force on Sunday as it helped to make Thanksgiving more enjoyable for over 100 Tampa Bay area families.
Jesuit's Tim O'Loughlin '14 (above) finished third, and helped the Tigers to a third place finish at the Florida High School Athletic Association State Meet on Saturday.
Fox 13 visited Jesuit this week to take a closer look as how the Jesuit community is making the Thanksgiving holidays a little brighter for local Tampa Bay families.
The Jesuit Masque hits the stage for the first time this school year when it presents The Curious Savage. The group will hold shows nightly from Nov. 15-17 ...
The Jesuit High School cross country team placed third at their regional finals Nov. 10 to earn a spot in the Florida High School Athletic Association state finals on Nov. 17.
Early Wednesday morning eight Jesuit student-athletes officially solidified their collegiate decisions when they signed ... (Updated with photos and video)
On Saturday, Nov. 3, the Jesuit High School swimming and diving team won its fourth consecutive Class 2A, Region 3 title.
One of the biggest nights of the school year at Jesuit High School is quickly approaching as students, faculty and staff gear up for Open House 2012.
Senior defensive lineman Tony Torres made a game-changing-play, and Jesuit continued its dominance of host Tampa Catholic.
The Jesuit High School student body got fired up for the final football game of the season – against archrival Tampa Catholic – with a raucous pep rally ...
Each club day during the school year we will be highlighting a Jesuit High School club that helps to broaden the horizons of our students.
Although the majority of the student body was not eligible to vote in Tuesday’s election, Jesuit High School held a mock Presidential election ...
This past weekend 33 seniors were led by five senior leaders and seven faculty/staff members on the second of three Kairos Retreats.
On Tuesday, Oct. 29, the Jesuit bowling team placed second in the district tournament and will now advance to the Florida High School Athletic Association state finals ...
Jesuit High School kicked off its annual Thanksgiving Food Drive on Monday, Oct. 29. The event will run until Friday, Nov. 16 with the delivery of the food baskets taking place on Sunday, Nov. 18.
The Jesuit High School cross country team took first place at the district championship, on Thursday, Nov. 1, finishing ahead of local 2-A district rivals Berkeley and Robinson.
The Jesuit swimming team, shown above after winning the City Relays earlier this year, won its 15th straight district title on Oct. 27 and will compete in the region championship on Nov. 3.
Jesuit High School held its annual Solemnity of All Saints Mass on Thursday in St. Anthony's Chapel. The Mass was celebrated by Fr. Patrick Hough, S.J.
On Tuesday morning, five Jesuit High School seniors were inducted into the National Honor Society (NHS).
Jesuit High School held its annual Alumni Memorial Mass and Dedication on Sunday in St. Anthony's Chapel.
Led by a pair of key turnovers late in the second half, Jesuit knocked off Gibbs 21-13 Friday night in its final district game of the year.
Jesuit High School bid a fond farewell to long-time faculty member Richard Peloquin, during a special Convocation on Friday, as he officially retired ...
The Jesuit High School Environmental Club took part in the International Coastal Cleanup and Hillsborough River Cleanup on Oct. 20.
Jesuit High School will hold the second of two academic conference nights on Thursday, Oct. 25 from 6-9 p.m. Meetings are by appointment only.
Jesuit High School honored 16 senior students on Tuesday morning that have been recognized by the National Merit Scholarship Program (NMSP).
The Jesuit High School speech and debate team won two awards in a tournament at North Port High School on Saturday, Oct. 13.
Jesuit High School held its annual Mass for North America Martyrs on Friday morning at St. Anthony’s Chapel. The Celebrant was Fr. Matthew Gamber, S.J.
The Jesuit High School Tiger Lilies enjoyed its annual Fall Friendship Mass & Luncheon on Wednesday.
On Thursday afternoon, Jesuit High School students had the opportunity to get their competitive juices flowing and some “homeroom bragging rights” in the process ...
Jesuit High School sophomores received lapel pins during a brief ceremony, on Wednesday morning, in St. Anthony’s Chapel.
Joseph Trim used a hole-in-one to lift himself to a first place finish, and Jesuit to its fourth straight district title on Monday.
Monday, Oct. 15, marked the return to the fall/winter tie dress code. All freshmen, sophomores and juniors are required to wear collared dress shirts ...
The recognition of Dr. Stephen Krist '69, as the 2013 Alumnus of the Year, was one of the many highlights on Friday night in addition to Jesuit's 24-6 win over Dunedin.
The drum line was rocking and the cheerleaders and dance team were getting the Jesuit High School faithful fired up on Thursday night ...
By tradition, Homecoming Thursday at Jesuit calls for an entire day of relaxed activities ranging from making music in the Student Commons to playing ...
Jesuit High School’s Homecoming week of activities continued on Wednesday with 70s Wednesday where students were allowed to dress in traditional 70s ...
Lucas Trim '13 (left) and Matt Ruel '16 (right) helped guide the Jesuit golf team to a win in its final regular season match of the year securing a 14-0 undefeated mark.
The Roman Empire invaded Jesuit High School on Tuesday for “Toga Tuesday,” the second day of the students' annual Homecoming week of activities.
The Jesuit High School Dads’ Club held the ninth annual Father-Son golf outing – the Tiger Scramble – on Sunday at Temple Terrace Country Club.
Jesuit High School was invaded, on Monday, by a plethora of superheroes as "Marvel Monday" kicked off the students' annual Homecoming week of activities.
On Saturday, the Jesuit cross country team competed in Tallahassee at the Florida State University “Pre-State” meet finishing third at the prestigious event ...
Please for the repose of the soul of Fr. Chris Billac, S.J. who passed away in New Orleans on October 4. He was a graduate of Jesuit High School New Orleans ...
Jesuit could not be stopped by rain, or by Lennard on either side of the ball. The Longhorns had zero total yards until the final play two plays when they broke runs ...
Jesuit's annual gala "Gaudiosa" has been recognized by the Tampa Bay Business Journal (TBBJ) as a “2012 Best in the Biz Readers’ Choice” nominee ...
Homeroom project preparations began on Thursday for Homecoming 2012 which will take place on Oct. 12 when the Jesuit football team faces Dunedin at 7:30 p.m.
The Jesuit High School golf team extended its unbeaten record to 11-0 with a dominating 15-stroke win (168-183) over Cambridge yesterday at Emerald Greens Country Club.
Jesuit High School would like to thank all of its parents that gave so graciously during the Parents’ Annual Giving Drive Call Nights on Monday and Tuesday.
Jesuit parents worked the phones on Monday night during the first night of the Parents’ Annual Giving Drive and will be working just as hard on Tuesday ...
This past weekend nineteen seniors were led by six senior leaders and five faculty members on the first of three Kairos Retreats.
On the evenings of Monday, Oct. 1 and Tuesday, Oct. 2, Tiger parents will make calls appealing to their fellow Jesuit parents to support the Parents' Annual Giving Drive.
On Friday, Sept. 27, the Jesuit High School hockey Team improved its record to 2-0 with an exciting 8-6 win over Newsome at the Brandon Ice Sports Forum.
Tim O'Loughlin '14 (shown above) led the Tigers on Saturday at the Seffner Christian Invitational taking second overall.
Jesuit broke out of its season-long offensive slump, racking up more than 300 yards rushing in a victory over Spoto.
This week's final Convocation speaker was Tyler Hernandez '14 who spoke on his experiences as a camper at the annual Muscular Dystrophy Summer Camp.
The Jesuit High School community celebrated the Feast of St. Vincent de Paul with a school Mass on Thursday in St. Anthony’s Chapel.
Jesuit High School senior Cameron Ruff (center) spoke at Convocation on Wednesday morning about Jesuit's annual summer service trip to Belle Glade, Fla.
Senior Evan Stilley (left) helped Jesuit remain perfect in match play shooting a nine-hole 37 in the Tigers' win over Berkeley Prep on Tuesday.
Evan Stilley '13 (second from the left) was one of nine Jesuit High School students that went on a life changing mission trip to Nicaragua this past summer.
Jesuit High School held its first freshmen retreat of the school year on Sept. 23.
The Jesuit High School hockey team opened its 2012-13 season on Friday night with a dominating 8-1 win over Steinbrenner High School ...
Ralph Vaello '13 (shown above on the right) spoke at Convocation on Monday morning about his experience as a camp counselor at the MDA Summer Camp.
City of Tampa Mayor Bob Buckhorn inspired Jesuit’s students, faculty and staff on Friday morning at the school’s daily morning Convocation in St. Anthony’s Chapel.
Reggie Brown (shown above) helped lead Jesuit to a win on Friday night over Blake. Brown rushed for 97 yards and a touchdown in the 14-0 win.
On Thursday afternoon, Jesuit High School students had the opportunity to get their competitive juices flowing and some “homeroom bragging rights” ...
In what has turned into one of the of the most enjoyable days of the school year, Jesuit High School held the fourth annual Grandparents' Day ...
The Jesuit Mothers’ Club will host the fourth annual Mothers' Club Meet & Greet Social on Tuesday, Sept. 18 at 7 p.m. in the school’s Multi-Purpose Room (MPR).
Three Jesuit High School students have been named semifinalists for the prestigious National Merit Scholarship Program.
The drum line was rocking and the Jesuit students were getting fired up on Friday at the Al Lopez Sports Complex during the first Pep Rally of the school year.
Don't Feed the Artists' goal is to form and develop young artists by engaging them into the world of visual art, by broadening their minds ...
Senior Paul Sempe (shown above) won three first-place awards in congressional debate at King High School on Saturday, Sept. 8.
It’s that time again, so if you enjoyed last year’s event, spread the word. This year will be even better!
The Jesuit High School swimming team dominated its competition on its way to the 2012 City Relays championship.
It was true cross country on Saturday for the Jesuit High School Cross Country Invitational. The challenging multi-surfaced 5K course included sharp turns, two bridges, boggy turf, mounds of thatch, and mucky swales.
Leland Saile '13 found Travis Johnson '13 six times for 155 yards and a touchdown as the Tigers rebounded from last week’s loss to Plant with a convincing victory against Middleton.
The first of eight adorations took place on Friday morning in St. Anthony's Chapel.
The Jesuit Dads’ Club is in full swing with its annual community parking efforts for all events held at Raymond James Stadium.
Mike Scicchitano's idea of “Welcome Week” was a huge hit with students as it helped to ease the tension of the first week of school. Scicchitano (pictured on the left) presents a student with a prize after the Cafeteria Ninja contest.
Freshman Matthew Ruel (right) helped the Tigers to the East Lake Invitational tile while taking individual honors.
The Memorial Mass for Jesuit High School assistant football coach Frank Rose will be celebrated at Jesuit in St. Anthony’s Chapel on Tuesday, Sept. 4 at 7 pm.
The annual Mass of the Holy Spirit, was held on Friday, Aug. 31 in St. Anthony's Chapel.
Jesuit High School and Plant High School will lace up the cleats and hit the field for both schools’ regular season opener on Saturday night ...
The opening days of a new school year are always an exciting time on campus. The school community has warmly welcomed the new students and faculty into the Jesuit family.
Jesuit High School will hold its fifth and final parent seminar tonight, Wednesday, Aug. 29, in the multi-purpose room (MPR).
Jesuit junior Tyler Hernandez and physical education teacher Andy Wood ’92 took a drive down Himes Ave. on Wednesday to be featured on ABC Action News' ...
Jesuit High School will be open for regular business hours and classes on Tuesday, Aug. 28.
Jesuit High School LHP John Kilichowski ’13 has been named to the United States 18U National Team. Kilichowski, along with 19 other players from eight states ...
The Jesuit High School football team kicks off the 2012 football season when it travels to Miami to face Belen Jesuit on Friday, Aug. 24.
Created in the 1960’s and active until the 1980’s, the Generous Order of Needed Services, was reinstituted in 2008 ...
Over 200 of Jesuit High School's top-level supporters gathered Sunday morning to attend Mass prior to the annual President's Mass & Breakfast.
One day after the Jesuit faculty and staff welcomed the Class of 2016 to campus for Freshmen Orientation, the rest of the student body returned ...
The Jesuit High School campus livened up considerably on Thursday as the class of 2016 arrived for Freshmen Orientation.
Jesuit welcomed nine new members (above) to the school's faculty and staff when teachers officially returned on Monday for the 2012-13 school year. The first day of classes is August 20.
The Jesuit High School cross country team officially began its 2012 season with the first day of practice on Monday.
Jesuit graduate Bart Cobb '72 recently attempted to conquer what is widely considered one of the most difficult open water swims in the world ... the English Channel.
The Jesuit High School band is preparing for its first marching season since 1999. This week, 22 band members worked tirelessly ...
Seven members of the Society of Jesus with ties to Jesuit High School, including two alums - Rev. Ernest C. Ferlita, S.J. '45 (left) and Rev. James Lambert, S.J. '52 (right) were honored ...
The Jesuit High School football team kicked off what is hoping to be a banner season this afternoon as the Tigers hit the field ...
UPDATE (Aug. 6, 2012) Some of the students on the mission trio to Nicaragua sent updates and photos from their time in the Central American country.
On Thursday 11 members of the Jesuit High School class of ’74 met at the Columbia Restaurant in Ybor City to share lunch and reminisce about their days on Himes Ave.
Michael Womack '13 (left) and Stefan Cevallos '14 (right) earned the First Place People's Choice Award at the recent Josten's summer planning workshop.
Jesuit High School baseball coach Richie Warren ’00 Was named the Southeast Coach of the Year by the National High School Baseball Coaches Association ...
Jesuit High School’s summer sports camps continue this week with the only session of wrestling camp and the final week of lacrosse camp.
Fr. Hermes (left) and Fr. Brou (right) stand in front of the grotto in Lourdes.
On Friday, another successful Summer Bridge came to a close at Jesuit High School as the program held a graduation ceremony for the 30 boys that took part ...
Jesuit High School students have been working hard this summer helping to get campus ready for the 2012-13 school year.
Jesuit High School head baseball coach Richie Warren '00 kicked off the annual summer camp on Monday at Hyer Family Park.
This summer the Jesuit Robotics Club is joining the Philippine Science High School (PSHS) in outreach activities for sixth grade students ...
Mark Yarnold ’13 a member of Boy Scout Troop 45 and sponsored by Christ the King Catholic Church, recently was presented …
Quint Bodine '13 (left), Tyler Hernandez '14 (center), Ralph Vaello '13 (right) were three of the 30 current and former Jesuit students that took part in the recent MDA Summer Camp.
Two-time Super Bowl champion, and former Tampa Bay Buccaneer, Anthony “Booger” McFarland took time out of his day to visit and speak to ...
Jesuit would like to congratulate its three alums – Tommy Wyher ’07 (left), Vincent Donnelly ’09 (center) and Chris Swanson ’12 (right) – who took part in the recent ...
Former Jesuit baseball standout Sam Dyson '06 got the call on Thursday to fulfill a childhood dream ... to play major league baseball. (Updated with video)
Members of the Jesuit Robotics Club took a few days out of their summer vacations to come into school and work with students taking part in the Summer Bridge.
Former Jesuit standout distance runner Jordan Schilit '09 has been selected to represent the United States at the 19th World Maccabiah Games in Israel in 2013.
The Jesuit High School community would like to wish everyone a very happy and safe Fourth of July. School will be open for business again on Thursday morning.
After many years, the Jesuit High School Residence Chapel is finally getting a much needed facelift.
This is the last week to double your Annual Fund gift with no additional money out of pocket, through June 30th.
Members of the Jesuit High School Class of 2016 got an early start to high school life with the school’s summer enrichment program.
The Jesuit High School summer lacrosse camp is in full swing with nearly 100 campers in attendance ...
Although it's summertime, Jesuit students were recently back in the classroom. This time, however, they found themselves ...
Paula Collazo, director of the Summer Bridge at Jesuit High School this year, talks to the students about the first day of the program.
Jesuit High School wrestling standout Wyatt Roop ’13 has been named a 2012 Academic All-American by the National High School Coaches Association (NHSCA) ...
Recent graduates Dave Egger ’12 (shown above from earlier this year) and Chris Fiore ’12 represented Jesuit's debate team ...
Robert Colón (shown above) was one of 13 graduating seniors who were named to the Principal's Honor Roll for the second semester. Colón was this year's class Valedictorian.
Jesuit High School kicked off its popular summer camp season on Monday with big numbers, not only on the playing fields and courts but in the classroom as well.
Jordan Nasser (bottom) and Jamie Sullivan (top) not only helped to lead the Tigers on the tennis court, but helped them to the FHSAA team academic award as well.
Former Jesuit golf standout Anthony Maccaglia ’11 (pictured above), a freshman at Oglethorpe University, won the individual title at the recent NCAA Division III ...
Summer baseball try-outs for incoming freshmen, scheduled for today and tomorrow, have been postponed and will resume on Monday, June 11 at 5:30 p.m.
Former baseball standouts Lance McCullers, Jr., Joe Hudson and Matt Brazis were all selected in the 2012 Major League Draft that was held this week.
Connor Farley (shown above on the left) was named the recipient of the Charles J. Lashley Memorial Award, the highest honor Jesuit High School confers upon a graduating senior.
Jesuit High School wrapped up its Grand Reunion weekend on Sunday with Mass in St. Anthony’s Chapel and brunch in the school’s cafeteria.
Better than 200 alumni and guests kicked off Jesuit High School’s Grand Reunion weekend in style on Friday night with a festive reception in the school’s cafeteria.
In its 27th year of honoring the nation’s best high school athletes, The Gatorade Company, in collaboration with ESPNHS, today announced Lance McCullers (Photo courtesy/Gatorade, Susan Goldman) ...
On Wednesday night, the Jesuit High School Class of 2012 officially ended their scholastic careers when they walked across the stage at the Straz Center ...
Former Jesuit High School baseball standout Lance McCullers ’12 has been named the Florida Gatorade Player of the Year.
Graduating senior Chris Fiore (shown above earlier this year) won a national semifinalist medal in congressional debate by the Catholic Forensic League.
Lance McCullers, Jr. (left) and Isaac Edwards (right) were recently honored for their accomplishments this season in their respective sports.
Jesuit High School Alum Scott Ley ’83 (second from the left) received the U.S. Marshal Service Valor Award in Washington, D.C. on May 16.
The Jesuit sailing club will close out its extremely successful 2011-12 season this weekend as it travels to Cape Cod, Mass. for the Atlantic Coast Challenge ...
Jesuit High School student Robert Colón’s Gypsy in Black painting is on display at the University of Tampa at their High School Arts Show.
A cleaning frenzy ensued in the halls of Jesuit High School as Monday afternoon's final bell released large swarms of students into the halls to clear out their lockers ...
Jesuit High School held its annual Junior Ring Mass on Saturday, May 19 in St. Anthony's Chapel.
Keeping awards a secret from the recipients isn't always easy for parents and coaches. But it's one that was done pretty well as Jesuit's Brett Durrance ...
The Jesuit High School baseball team saw its 2012 campaign come to an end on Thursday, however it can’t help but look back on an extremely successful season ...
(L-R) Nick Medich, Alex Moore, Chris Conlon, and Evan Young officially solidified their collegiate decisions when they signed commitments on Wednesday.
The Jesuit baseball team will hit the field again on Thursday afternoon when it faces American Heritage High School from Plantation, Fla. in the Florida High School Athletic Association ...
On Monday, over 120 golfers took to the links of beautiful Tampa Palms Country Club in support of Jesuit's 34th annual Fr. Richard Hartnett, S.J., Memorial Golf Classic ...
Jesuit High School welcomed its incoming Class of 2016 recently with a day of fun and fellowship with future classmates that will be their “brothers” for the next four years.
Jesuit welcomed the Class of 2012 as its newest members of the Alumni Association at the 16th annual Senior-Alumni Luncheon on Friday, while also naming Joe Capitano, Sr. '56 (right) Alumnus of the Year.
The Jesuit baseball team will take its show on the road as it travels to Lake Wales High School to face the Highlanders on Friday, May 11 ...
The Jesuit High School music department will hold its final concert of the school year on Wednesday, May 9 at 7 p.m. in the Multipurpose Room (MPR).
Once again, Jesuit took advantage of some Robinson fielding miscues, scoring five unearned runs as the Tigers advanced to the region final ...
A festive crowd of about 150 enjoyed a Cajun feast as Jesuit High School thanked it's volunteers for everything they do during the annual Volunteer Appreciation Day ...
Individuals and groups, like the National Merit Finalists (shown above), were recognized at the annual Jesuit High School Awards Assembly on Thursday night.
Jesuit High School’s annual Volunteer Appreciation Day and Crawfish Boil will take place on Saturday, May 5 from 6-8 p.m. in the Student Commons.
The Jesuit High School lacrosse team saw its season come to an end recently, however it can’t help but look back on an extremely successful season ...
The Jesuit High School baseball team will begin its quest to win a state title when it faces Bradenton Bayshore High School at Paul Straub Field at Hyer Family Park ...
Candidates Will Jennings ’13 (left), Carson Marple ’13 (center) and Gaby Otheguy ’13 (right) took part in the Student Council President debate on Tuesday afternoon.
Jesuit High School held the seventh annual “Men for Others” Dinner hosted by the Dads’ Club in Higgins Hall on Sunday evening.
Max Beermann's first inning home run helped lead Jesuit to a 9-2 win over Robinson and a district title (photo courtesy of Cliff Welch, Baseball America).
The annual Jesuit High School Battle of the Bands will take place on Friday, April 27 at 7 p.m. in the Multipurpose Room (MPR).
Just when it looked like it was going to be a cakewalk for Jesuit High, things got tough. However, the Tigers were able to slip away with a closer-than-it-looked 21-9 victory ...
Jesuit High School held its fourth and final blood drive of the year on Monday, April 23 and posted record numbers in the process.
On April 17 Jesuit High School Director of Campus Ministry Brian Greenfield led a group of his peer ministers east on I-4 to lead a very successful retreat ...
Jesuit dominated Cardinal Mooney, 14-1, on April 18 en route to the District 15 title. The Tigers will now face Estero in the regional quarterfinals on April 24 at 7 p.m.
On April 9, Jesuit High School sophomore Zack Aldridge (left) was presented with the Gold Level President's Volunteer Service Award ...
The Jesuit Masque hits the stage for the second and final time this school year when it presents its spring production of Clue from April 19-21 at 7:30 p.m.
Jacob Beil (left) and Andrew Scarpinato (right) each announced their collegiate choices at an early morning press conference today at Jesuit.
The No. 1 doubles team of Jamie Sullivan '13 (right) and Jordan Nasser '13 (left), are the last two Jesuit Tigers standing and will play in today’s state 2A semifinals.
On Saturday, April 14, Susan and Ron Antinori ’60 welcomed 24 Jesuit High School graduates into their home for the school’s Atlanta Regional Reunion.
The Jesuit High School class of ’85 gathers monthly at a different restaurant in Tampa with a Jesuit connection.
Jesuit High School graduate Richard Gonzmart '71 (far left) threw out the ceremonial first pitch on Friday prior to the Jesuit Easter Tournament championship game.
Jesuit senior Nick Medich continues to enjoy a standout senior season for the Tigers, placing first in the high jump at the prestigious Florida Relays in Gainesville on April 7.
Amidst teacups, flowers and flouncy hats, a gathering of Jesuit moms officially ushered in the spring season, on April 4, with their annual Mothers' Club Tea ...
In keeping with the tradition of Jesuit forming “Men for Others” and giving back to the community, Jesuit will be coordinating a community service-based initiative called ...
The administration, staff and faculty of Jesuit High School wish you a joyous Easter!
Jesuit claims District tennis title
The Jesuit High School robotics team represented the school well and had an outstanding performance at the recent South Florida Regional.
Nearly 200 couples made their way to the prestigious Tampa Club on Saturday night to make memories that will last a lifetime at the annual Junior-Senior Prom.
With the Mission Drive in full swing, two classrooms are taking on each other with a Penny Drive to help the cause.
One of the most enjoyable events on the school calendar took place Wednesday night as Jesuit High School hosted its annual Celebration of the Arts ...
Saturday marks one of the most anticipated dates on the student calendar as Jesuit High School holds its annual Junior-Senior Prom at the Tampa Club ...
The Jesuit High School speech and debate Team finished first in the Florida Sunshine District this season, winning the National Forensic League's ...
Gaudiosa 2012: An Evening in Paris proved to be one of the top three most successful galas since the beginning of the event nine years ago.
The Jesuit High School French Club took their talents to Orlando for the annual French Congray, and performed well at the event held from March 15-17.
The Jesuit High School Mothers’ Club held its second of four bake sales on Wednesday to help raise money for the school’s Mission Drive.
Jesuit High School senior Patrick Alexander (shown above) had the opportunity of a lifetime to work with jazz great Wynton Marsalis during his recent visit ...
Spencer Trayner '13 (shown above) threw a complete game, two hit shutout, en route to an 11-0 win over Robinson High School Tuesday night ...
The Jesuit High School track and field team defeated King High School and Hillsborough High School on Tuesday night, a night where they honored fifteen seniors ...
The Jesuit High School track and field team turned in several outstanding efforts this past weekend at the Disney Showcase in Orlando, Fla.
On Monday morning Jesuit High School celebrated Mass for the Solemnity of St. Joseph. Mass was celebrated by Fr. Douglas Hypolite, S.J.
Jesuit High School and academic excellence go hand-in-hand. Jesuit is looking to extend that excellence even further by taking advantage of new technologies ...
Jesuit baseball coach Richie Warren says his squad isn’t perfect, but after knocking off Jacksonville Bolles 6-1 at home Wednesday night ...
More than 600 Jesuit High School alumni, parents and friends converged on the ballroom at the Hyatt Regency Downtown Tampa in support of Gaudiosa 2012: An Evening in Paris. Elena and Michael Azzarelli '71, P '15 (above) served as this year's event chairs.
Fr. Richard C. Hermes, S.J. (above), announces that the Gaudiosa Chance Raffle goal of $18,000 has been met and that March 26 will be a "Gaudiosa Holiday."
The Jesuit High School tennis team defeated Plant High School for the first time in five years, handing the Panthers a 4-3 loss on March 8.
With the warmer weather upon us, Wednesday, March 7 marked the last day of collared shirts and ties at Jesuit. Students celebrated by "dressing" ...
Just a reminder that the Gaudiosa raffle is quickly coming to a close. Make sure you get your raffle ticket stubs in by March 8.
On Wednesday evening, 58 Jesuit High School juniors were inducted into the National Honor Society (NHS) during a Mass and ceremony in St. Anthony’s Chapel.
The Jesuit hockey team dominated Plant High School last night at the Brandon Ice Sports Forum, defeating the Panthers 5-2.
On Tuesday night, an important meeting for the parents of newly accepted students of the Class of 2016 was held on campus in St. Anthony’s Chapel.
As this past weekend was filled with events taking place, Jesuit High School students had the opportunity to enjoy a “Spirit Day” last Friday, Feb. 24.
The Jesuit High School lacrosse team took the field for the first time as an officially sactioned Florida High School Athletic Association sport and didn't disappoint ...
Until Friday, Shorecrest Christian has not lost a regular season tennis match to another school in four years, however Coach Joe Curtis had his team ready and that streak has now ended.
Brent Taghap, shown above during the coastal cleanup earlier this year, earned the President's Volunteer Service Award for his extensive community service.
Please make plans to join the “Tiger Nation” as lacrosse begins its inaugural season as a sanctioned Florida High School Athletic Association sport.
The Jesuit High School track and field team turned in a dominating performance on Thursday night at Corral Memorial Stadium.
Jesuit's students, faculty, staff and friends Celebrated Ash Wednesday Mass this morning in St. Anthony's Chapel. Ash Wednesday marks the beginning of Lent.
The Jesuit High boys basketball team set its goals simple and attainable this season: Represent themselves well early; continue the Tigers home undefeated streak ...
The Jesuit High School tennis team recorded a come-from-behind victory to hand Berkeley Prep a 4-3 loss.
Dave Egger '12 (shown above) won the annual Carrollwood Rotary Club speech contest, last Friday, earning a cash award and first place for his speech ...
Jack Fleming (above) scored a career-high 29 points to help lead the Tigers to a dominating 85-66 win over Boca Ciega Thursday night.
The Jesuit High School Chamber Orchestra will hold a concert in St. Anthony’s Chapel on Friday, Feb. 17 at 7 p.m.
The recently crowned district champion Jesuit wrestling team will send two athletes to the Florida High School Athletic Association State Championships this weekend.
Just a reminder that every student has received an envelope that contained five raffle tickets. Tickets are only $5 each and we are asking each student ...
On Tuesday Jesuit High School alum David Reina ’81 addressed the student body, faculty and staff at its morning Convocation, and talked about ...
The Jesuit basketball team improved to 25-1 on Saturday night with a dominating performance against Robinson High School to take the District championship.
Devin Harris scored 16 points and Travis Johnson added 14 to lead Jesuit to a 66-45 win over Blake High School on Friday ...
Looking for something to do tonight, well there isn’t any shortage of thrilling events to take in for the Jesuit faithful. The hockey team will get the things going at 6 p.m.
During morning convocation Jesuit's spring sports teams received a special blessing for a rewarding and safe season from Fr. Richard Hermes, S.J.
Jesuit senior Chris Conlon (above) capped off a thrilling night sending the Tigers' soccer team to the state semifinals.
Prior to the Jesuit High School baseball team’s season opener against Land O’ Lakes High School tonight, Tigers pitching standout Lance McCullers, Jr. ...
A total of 34 Jesuit students from the school’s Pro-Life Club, along with three staff members, made it’s fourth annual trip to Washington, D.C. for the March for Life.
A record turnout attended the annual Jesuit High School Mother-Son Breakfast on Sunday at the Hyatt Regency Downtown Tampa.
When Jesuit High boys basketball coach Neal Goldman first heard that a good portion of his student body was going to wear costumes to Friday night's home game ...
Jesuit High School Celebrated the Feast of St. Blaise on Friday during its morning Convocation.
The Jesuit High School basketball team will put its 22-1 record on the line in its final regular season game of the year, on Friday night, when it faces it's crosstown rival.
Early Wednesday morning four Jesuit High School student-athletes officially solidified their collegiate decisions when they signed ...
The Jesuit High School Mothers’ Club is sponsoring the fourth annual Jesuit High School Appreciation Week from Jan. 30 through Feb. 3 ...
The Jesuit High School soccer team won its seventh consecutive District championship on Friday night with a 3-1 victory over Leto High School.
The Jesuit basketball team will honor three seniors – PJ Darby (left), Nick Medich (right), and student trainer Austin Mayor – before its game tonight against Spoto.
Jesuit High School English teacher Aimee Busquet had a once-in-a-lifetime experience Thursday morning when she had the honor of introducing First Lady Michelle Obama ...
This weekend twenty-seven juniors will be led by nine senior leaders and seven faculty members on the Kairos retreat. This retreat was originally developed in 1965 ...
The Jesuit High School soccer team got off to a solid start in the District Tournament at Leto High last night, handing Middleton High School an 8-0 loss in the first round.
The Jesuit High School soccer team will take its first step to accomplishing its goal of winning a state championship tonight when it faces Middleton High School ...
As his fellow students are participating in the annual March for Life in Washington, D.C., Jesuit High School junior – and member of the school’s Pro-Life Club – Jamie Sullivan (above) ...
Chris Swanson ’12 (left) with swimming coach Bill Shaffer (center) and Director of Athletics Terry Rupp '84 (right) after winning the Jessie Helfrich Hicks Award ...
Brent Taghap, shown above playing the violin, and Sebastian Botero were invited to take part in the recent Florida Music Educators Association ...
Please bring your auction donations to the Father Doyle Activities Room before the Gaudiosa meeting, on Wednesday, Jan. 18, from 7:30-9 a.m.
Over 50 members of the Jesuit High School Tiger Lilies received an enjoyable history lesson on Thursday when Jesuit graduate and Tampa legend Richard Gonzmart ’71 ...
Jesuit High School officially recognized its lacrosse program as a member of the Florida High School Athletic Association today at its Convocation ...
The Jesuit High School Robotics Club used its club day on Thursday to get ready for its 2012 campaign.
The Jesuit High School soccer team is gearing up for one of the premier events on its schedule this year as it begins play in the inaugural Montverde Academy ...
Jesuit High School held its inaugural Alumni Fun Run on Sunday, with the event proving to be a huge success.
Jesuit made 29 of 49 field-goal attempts, shooting a blistering 59.1 percent from the field, and beat Robinson, 69-56, in a Class 5A-District 11 game Friday night.
The Jesuit High School Key Club won’t waste any time rolling up its sleeves and getting out into the community to give back.
The Jesuit High School basketball team returns home on Friday, Jan. 6 for the first time during the New Year for a key District matchup against Robinson High School.
Jesuit's sleepy holiday campus will get back to life today when the students return from Christmas break to start the second semester. Happy New Year!
The Jesuit High School wrestling team continued its winning ways over the Christmas break winning the nine-team Manta Ray Holiday Duals ...
The Jesuit High School basketball team closed out a very successful three days at the Father George National Jesuit Christmas Classic with a third place finish ...
This is the last week to take advantage of the Jesuit High School Board of Trustees’ Challenge to match all gifts to the Annual Fund, dollar-for dollar, up to $25,000.
The Jesuit High School basketball team will close out its play in the Father George National Jesuit Christmas Classic on Friday when it faces Loyola Blakefield ...
The Jesuit High School basketball team will face its toughest test of the year when it takes on No. 18 Loyola High School (Los Angeles, Calif.) in the semifinals ...
The Jesuit High School football team is well represented on the St. Petersburg Times/TampaBay.com All-Hillsborough County team released on Dec. 23.
For the second straight night, Jesuit dominated in the first half and cruised to an easy victory.
The Tigers will play for the championship of itheir own holiday tournament - the Jesuit Invitational - tonight after an 82-47 win over Armwood on Tuesday night.
The Thanksgiving break has come and gone, the Christmas break is just a week away, and that leads to one conclusion in the mind of a high school student …
Jesuit High School President Fr. Richard C. Hermes, S.J. dedicated and blessed the newest statue on the Himes Ave. campus, the statue of Our Lady of Grace ...
The Jesuit High School bowling team recorded the top grade point average (GPA) in the state and earned the Florida High School Academic Team Champion Award ...
The Jesuit High School wrestling team is off to a fast start three events into its 2011-12 schedule. The Tigers have entered their Christmas break with a 15-0 record ...
The Jesuit High School Basketball team used its trademark tenacious defense, shut down Spoto 66-22 on Friday night to improve its record to 6-0 on the year.
It’s long been known that the Jesuit experience doesn’t just take place in the classroom academically, it also takes place socially outside where students can enjoy ...
The Jesuit High School soccer team will look for its seventh consecutive win tonight when it travels to Robinson High School for a 7 p.m. match.
Jesuit High School celebrated the Feast of the Immaculate Conception on Thursday with a school Mass said by school chaplain Fr. Francis R. Brou, S.J. ...
During morning convocation Jesuit's winter sports teams received a special blessing for a rewarding and safe season from Fr. Richard Hermes, S.J.
The Jesuit High School basketball team dominated play in both the front- and back-courts and beat Robinson High School, 67-38, in a 5A-District 11 game ...
Jesuit High School seniors Dave Egger and Chris Fiore advanced to the National Forensic League Nationals after their performance ...
Jesuit High School’s Hyer Family Park, the 500-seat baseball stadium that opened last season, was named "National Field of the Year" ...
The Jesuit High School wrestling team dominated its opposition and posted a perfect 6-0 record over the weekend while taking first place in the Space Coast Duals ...
The Jesuit High School basketball team improved to 4-0 on the year with a convincing 69-30 win over Clearwater Catholic at the Tiger Palace on Saturday night.
Jesuit High School will hold its annual winter concert in the Multipurpose Room on Friday, Dec. 2 ...
Jesuit gets back to work tonight, looking to take the next step in achieving its goal of winning a state championship (includes video preview with Coach James Harrell) ...
Jesuit won its thirtd straight game - and it's first District game of the year - on Thursday night handing Blake a 69-37 loss at the Tiger Palace.
The Jesuit High School Mothers’ Club held its annual Mothers’ Advent Retreat “Coming Home for Christmas” on Thursday night, with the evening full of faith and friendship.
The Jesuit High School basketball team made short work of Lakewood Ranch High School in the Tigers’ home opener dominating the visitors 59-22 ...
Jesuit High School President, Fr. Richard C. Hermes, S.J. celebrated Mass at St. Anthony’s Chapel on Tuesday during the first Week of Advent.
Brian Lanoue, seen with head golf coach George LaPenna after finishing as the medalist in the district championship, was named first team All-County by TBO.com.
The Tigers took another step closer to achieving its goal of winning a state championship when it defeated Robinson High School 35-20 on Friday night.
For the second consecutive season the Jesuit High School football team will hit the gridiron during the postseason to face Robinson High School ...
The Jesuit High School family was out in full force on Sunday as it helped to make Thanksgiving more enjoyable for 106 Tampa Bay area families.
The Jesuit High School cross country team closed out its 2011 season finishing eighth in class 2A in the Florida High School Athletic Association championships ...
The Jesuit Masque production of Neil Simon’s Fools closed this past weekend to rave reviews.
The Jesuit High School wrestling team got its 2011-12 regular season off on the right foot winning the Valrico Duals hosted by Bloomingdale High School on Nov. 19.
The Jesuit High School football team improved its record to 10-1 with a dominating 42-14 win over Port Orange Atlantic in a Class 5A, Region 2 first round playoff game ...
The Jesuit High School football team begins the postseason tonight when it hosts Port Orange Atlantic High School in a first round Class 5A Region 2 playoff game.
The last time he stepped foot in St. Anthony’s Chapel, on Jan. 14, 2011 as Br. Jose Maria, formerly known as Orlando Castillo ’00, he addressed Jesuit’s ...
The Jesuit Masque hits the stage for the first time this school year when it presents Neil Simon’s Fools. The group will hold shows nightly from Nov. 17-19 at 7:30 p.m. ...
Facing elimination from the Florida High School Athletic Association state meet for the first time in 17 years, the Jesuit High School cross country team ...
The Jesuit High School soccer team got its season off on the right foot with a 3-0 win over Leto High School on Nov. 11.
The Jesuit High School wrestling team kicked off its 2011-12 season splitting its matches on Saturday at the Preseason Classic.
The Jesuit High School Speech and Debate team took part in an event at the University of South Florida St. Petersburg campus, and is doing so, turned in another solid showing for the Tigers.
The Jesuit football team closed its regular season winning its ninth consecutive game, and its 12th straight over Tampa Catholic, with a 27-10 victory over the Crusaders.
One of the biggest nights of the school year at Jesuit High School is quickly approaching as students, faculty and staff gear up for Open House 2011.
The Jesuit High School football team looks to end its regular season tonight with its ninth consecutive win and its 12th straight triumph vs. rival Tampa Catholic.
Early Wednesday morning eight Jesuit High School student-athletes officially solidified their collegiate decisions when they signed ...
The Jesuit High School swimming and diving team came up big this past weekend winning the Regional championship and a trip to the ...
The Jesuit High School speech and debate team won a first place trophy at the Congressional Debate at the Academy of the Holy Names on Saturday.
Saturday marks one of the most anticipated dates on the student calendar as Jesuit High School holds its annual Homecoming Dance ...
The Jesuit High School junior varsity football team closed out its perfect season with a 20-6 road win over crosstown rival Tampa Catholic on Thursday night.
The Jesuit High School cross country team finished third in the District meet on Thursday at Al Lopez Park securing a spot to the 2A Regional Meet ...
The Jesuit High School cross country team will look to secure the schools fourth District title of the fall when the Tigers run at Al Lopez Park on Thursday at 4:30 p.m.
The Jesuit High School junior varsity football team has been nothing short of spectacular this season in dominating the opposition.
The 2011-12 Jesuit High School first semester exam schedule is now available.
Dave Egger ’12 (shown above from an earlier debate) was one of three on the speech and debate team to raise their ranking at the Blue Key National Tournament.
Jesuit High School held its annual Solemnity of All Saints Mass on Tuesday in St. Anthony's Chapel. The Mass was celebrated by Fr. Douglas Hypolite, S.J.
Jesuit High School held its annual Alumni Memorial Mass on Sunday in St. Anthony's Chapel.
The Jesuit High School swimming team claimed the school’s third District crown of the fall sports season on Oct. 29 at the Academe of the Holy Names pool.
The overcast and rainy conditions didn’t dampen the spirit of the Jesuit High School faithful who braved the elements and watched the Tigers win ...
By tradition, Homecoming Thursday at Jesuit calls for an entire day of relaxed activities ranging from making music in the Student Commons to playing in fun-filled sports ...
The Jesuit High School golf team keeps rolling right along on a path that will hopefully lead them to a state championship.
On Tuesday morning, eight Jesuit High School seniors were inducted into the National Honor Society (NHS).
Jesuit High School’s Homecoming 2011 kicks off this week with a host of activities for the student body that lead up to Jesuit’s alumni coming back ...
For the second time this week Jesuit High School has laid claim to a District championship.
The Jesuit High School Tiger Lilies enjoyed its annual Fall Friendship Mass & Luncheon on Thursday.
Jesuit High School held its annual Mass for North America Martyrs on Wednesday morning at St. Anthony’s Chapel.
Monday, Oct. 17, marked the return to the fall/winter tie dress code. All freshmen, sophomores and juniors are required to wear collared dress shirts with ties ...
The Jesuit High School bowling team won its match on Monday defeating Brooks DeBartolo High School 3-2. The win improves the Tigers record 9-3 on the year.
The Jesuit High School golf team dominated the opposition on Monday en route to its third straight District Championship at Cheval Country Club.
The Jesuit High School football team notched its sixth straight win on Friday night when it defeated Dunedin 48-21. The victory improved the Tigers to 6-1 on the year.
Thursday’s mid-morning cloudy skies and rain could not dampen the spirits of Jesuit High School staff members Nick Suszynski ’98 and Dorothy Hinde (above) ...
On Saturday, the Jesuit High School Speech and Debate Team won two trophies and a gavel in the Bayboro Invitational at the University of South Florida's ...
Jesuit High School will hold the second of its two academic conference nights on Thursday, Oct. 13.
Kevin Newman (above) scored multiple touchdowns for the second straight week, and has recorded five in his past two games.
The Jesuit High School bowling team won its second consecutive match on Thursday with a 4-1 triumph over Bayshore Christian.
Jesuit High School held another successful, and fun, club meeting day on Thursday as nearly 40 of the school’s clubs and organizations got together prior ...
The Jesuit High School golf team keeps rolling right along as the Tigers defeated Cambridge Christian in a nine-hole match on Thursday 185-194 at Emerald Greens.
The Jesuit golf team improved to 9-1 with wins over King High School and Tampa Catholic at the Temple Terrace Golf Club on Tuesday.
The Jesuit High School bowling team had a big afternoon on Tuesday with a 3-2 win over Shorecrest Christian.
The Jesuit High School cross country team hit the road again for the first time since Sept. 20 as it took part in the Land O’ Lakes Invitational ...
On the evenings of Tuesday, October 4th and Wednesday, October 5th, Tiger parents will make calls appealing to their fellow Jesuit parents to support ...
Chet Ghioto turned in his best round of the season in helping the Tigers to a second place finish at the Vinoy Invitational ...
The Jesuit High School football team puts its undefeated 3-0 district record on the line on Friday when it faces Spoto High School at 7:30 p.m. ...
Freshman Kevin Newman (above) had a big night for Jesuit scoring three touchdowns and rushing for 79 yards in the Tigers' 38-22 win over Spoto Friday night.
The Jesuit High School golf team continues its hot play defeating Tampa Catholic on Sept. 29, in a makeup match originally scheduled for Sept. 22 at Cheval Country Club.
The Jesuit High School Mothers’ Club hosted its third annual Evening Social on Wednesday night and welcomed a large crowd ...
The Jesuit High School golf team improved its record to 6-1 with a convincing win over Tampa Prep on Tuesday at Cheval Country Club.
Jesuit High School held the first of four Father-Son Retreats this past weekend with the two-day event proving to be a big success.
2011-12 Mothers' Club President Joy Leto P '12 welcomes all Jesuit High School mother's to the third annual Evening Social in the school's Multi-Purpose Room ...
The Jesuit High School football team won its third straight game and improved its record in district play to 3-0 with a dominating win 35-0 win over Blake ...
More than 60 fathers of current and past Jesuit High School students gathered in the school cafeteria on Wednesday night for the annual Dads’ Club Meet & Greet ...
Jesuit High School prides itself in having its students, faculty and staff involved and making a difference in the community, and that mission was evident this past weekend ...
The Jesuit High School golf team shot an 18-hole score of 310 en route to winning the Outback Tournament held at Eastlake Woodlands on Monday afternoon.
The 2011 Jesuit High School Yearbook is available and ready for pick up by students that ordered them. Yearbooks will be distributed on Monday and Tuesday.
In what has turned into one of the of the most enjoyable days of the school year, Jesuit High School held it's third annual Grandparents' Day on Sunday, Sept. 18 ...
The Jesuit High School golf team improved to 4-1 on Thursday with wins over Hillsborough High School and Cambridge School at Cheval Country Club.
The Jesuit High School Dads’ Club is in full swing with its annual community parking efforts for all events held at Raymond James Stadium.
The Jesuit High School football team got a big district win Friday night defeating Robinson 21-7. The victory was the Tigers’ second consecutive ...
Six Jesuit High School students have been named semifinalists for the prestigious National Merit Scholarship Program (NMSP).
Jesuit High School’s commitment to service was on display today as it, along with Florida Blood Services (FBS), held the first of four blood drives ...
The Jesuit High School golf team continued its winning ways on Monday shooting a nine-hole 165 to defeat rival Tampa Catholic by two strokes at Rocky Point Gold Course.
The Jesuit High School cross country team got out of the gate fast in its first meet of the season winning the open varsity division of the Déjà Vu Invitational ...
The Jesuit High School football team scored 16 second half points to pull away from Middleton High School en route to its first win of the year, a dominating 25-6 win ...
Jesuit High School has long been recognized – and has an outstanding reputation – for developing its students academically, but the school doesn’t only strive ...
The Jesuit High School swimming team had another solid outing on Tuesday defeating crosstown rival Tampa Catholic 139-36 and Alonso High School 134-39 ...
For the second straight year the Jesuit High School golf team won the East Lake Invitational Tournament held at Wentworth Country Club.
On Tuesday, Aug. 9 a traveling party of 35 Jesuit High School students, faculty and recent alumni boarded a plane in Tampa ...
It’s not very often in high school football that a team has two marquee games on its schedule, but the Jesuit High School football team has just that ...
The annual Mass of the Holy Spirit, to be held on Friday, Sept. 2 in St. Anthony's Chapel, is an opportunity for Jesuit High School to gather in prayer ...
The Jesuit High School swimming team came up with a big win on Thursday night against one of the top teams in Hillsborough County, defeating Newsome ...
Jesuit High School will hold its annual Parent Orientation on Thursday, Sept. 1 beginning at 7 p.m. in St. Anthony’s Chapel.
Jesuit High School will hold the fifth and final parent seminar on Tuesday, Aug. 30 in the multi-purpose room (MPR).
The Jesuit High School football team used a solid offensive attack, both on the ground and through the air; however it was a big interception ...
The Jesuit High School football team kicks off its 2011 season on Friday when it faces Belen Jesuit at Corral Memorial Stadium. Kick off is slated for 7:30 p.m.
The Jesuit Alumni Basketball League – or “The JABL” as it’s known by its loyal participants – finished its 19th season recently with Team McManamey ...
One day after the Jesuit High School faculty and staff welcomed the Class of 2015 and transfer students to campus for New Student Orientation ...
The Jesuit High School campus livened up considerably on Thursday as more than 200 freshmen and transfer students arrived for New Student Orientation.
The Jesuit High School cross country program kicked off its season as it welcomed back its past runners for its 2011 Alumni Day on Aug. 13 ...
Jesuit High School welcomed back its faculty officially on Monday, including eight new members of the faculty/staff.
The Pilgrims from Jesuit that are on the trip to Spain for World Youth Day have seen several historic sites (such as the chapel above) on their trip already.
Jesuit High School's Lance McCullers, Jr. (standing third from the right) earned one of his biggest honors of his young baseball career on Saturday ...
The Jesuit High School Counseling Center received a much needed face lift this past summer to make the student counseling experience ...
Jesuit High School baseball standout Lance McCullers, Jr. has been named one of eight players as a finalist for the prestigious Jackie Robinson Award.
On Tuesday morning 35 Jesuit High School students, faculty and recent alumni departed on a journey that can only be described as inspirational ...
With the end of the “Shoot & Save Specialty Soccer Camp” on Thursday, the Jesuit High School athletics department closed out another extremely successful
Members of the Jesuit Alumni Association enjoy a great evening on Wednesday night at Tropicana Field with the Tampa Bay Rays and announcer Todd Kalas.
Campers at this week's "Shoot & Save Specialty Camp" are getting expert instruction from former NASL and English Football League playing great Kevin Keelan.
The Jesuit High School Class of ’91 gathered for its 20th reunion recently with a fun-filled family weekend at the Sandpearl Resort ...
Jesuit High School will be upgrading Corral Memorial Stadium thanks to a generous gift of $150,000 from Clark & Martino, PA. The gift will fund .,.
The summer break is quickly coming to a close and that means that preparations are in full swing for the upcoming 2011-12 school year.
The annual Jesuit High School used book sale proved to be another tremendous success on Wednesday.
The annual Jesuit High School mail out took place on Monday coordinated by the Mothers’ Club, with as many ...
The annual Jesuit High School used book sale will kick off on Wednesday, July 27 from 8:30 a.m.-3 p.m. in the school cafeteria.
A host of future Tigers are hitting the mats this week at the annual Jesuit High School Summer Wrestling Camp.
Jesuit High School’s stretch of successful summer sports camps continued on Monday with the soccer camp kicking off the first of two sessions.
The 2011 Jesuit Summer Bridge came to a close today and in doing so closed the books on what was a huge success ...
Jesuit High School head baseball coach Richie Warren '00 kicked off the annual summer baseball camp ...
The Jesuit High School Dads’ Club is getting things in order for what promises to be an exciting 2011-12 academic year.
Jesuit High School has long fostered a reputation as being one of the premier academic high schools in the state of Florida, but that reputation ...
Jesuit High School head lacrosse coach John Matzke began the second and final week of his summer camps ...
Jesuit High School tennis standout Jordan Nasser ’13 was named to the All-Hillsborough County team by the Tampa Tribune ...
Jesuit High School soccer standout Tyler Hartlage ’11 was named the recipient of the 27th annual Jose Alvarez Award given to the top male soccer player in Hillsborough County.
Led by Jesuit High School’s Head Football Coach, James Harrell, students in grades 6th-8th participate in summer Football Camp.
Hunter Clonts has been named to the St. Pete Times’ Hillsborough County All-Academic Team.
Students learn the fundamentals of drawing the human form.
Wyatt Roop was named to the National High School Coaches Association’s All-Academic Team.
Future Tiger generations participate in Jesuit’s Summer Athletic Camps.
Senior Brent Taghap recently performed at Our Lady of Perpetual Help for the homeless of Ybor City.
Jesuit won the 2011 FHSAA Floyd E. Lay Sunshine Cup All-Sports Award, after placing first among Class 4-A boys programs.
Nearly 40 students in grades 6th - 8th start the Summer Bridge Program on campus.
Two former Jesuit High School Scholastics and teachers were ordained to the Jesuit priesthood on Saturday, June 4th.
Of the 151 members of the Class of 2011, 100% were accepted by 145 colleges and universities.
The Jesuit Tigers baseball team came up short 4-1 to Archbishop McCarthy at the Class 4-A State Title game.
The Jesuit Tigers defeated Hernando 8-2 at Digital Domain Park in Port St. Lucie.
Students began exams Friday, May 20th and will finish on Monday & Tuesday of this week.
A cleaning frenzy ensued in the halls of Jesuit as Wednesday afternoon's final bell released large swarms of students into the halls to clear out their lockers.
Jesuit High School recently invited the students of the Class of 2015 to campus for “Welcome Day”.
On Friday, Jesuit celebrated the Feast of Our Lady of Fatima with the crowning of the Blessed Mary Virgin statue in St. Anthony’s Chapel.
On Saturday, May 14th, Jesuit hosted the annual “Volunteer Appreciation Day”
On Wednesday, Bob Morrison ’71, spoke to the student body in St. Anthony’s Chapel on the life-long process of becoming a “Man for Others.”
This past Saturday, the Class of 2012 had their class rings blessed at the annual Junior Ring Mass held in St. Anthony’s Chapel.
Sal Urso ’44 was recognized as the 2011 Alumnus of the Year at the recent 15th annual Senior-Alumni Luncheon.
The annual Awards Night was held in St. Anthony’s Chapel on Wednesday evening.
The Jesuit Tigers baseball team faced Osceola Tuesday night on the road, and claimed a 3-0 victory.
On Friday, April 29th, Jesuit High School celebrated Cultural Day ---
In celebration for Fr. Brou’s 50th anniversary as a priest, a special reception was held in
The Tiger track team won the region three championship last Thursday night in Titusville. The Tigers racked up fifty nine points in an extremely competitive meet in which the top three teams were separated by a mere ten points.
Jesuit High School is pleased to announce that Brian Greenfield will assume the role of Director of Campus Ministry for the 2011-2012 school year.
Ten Jesuit High School French students recently traveled to Orlando to attend the annual, Congres de la Culture Francaise en Floride, and compete in various categories.
Former University of Florida Head Football Coach, and two-time National Champion, Urban Meyer, was the keynote speaker at the recent “Men for Others” Dinner hosted by the Jesuit Dads’ Club this past Sunday evening.
Jesuit celebrated the Class of 2011 at Friday's baseball game against Spoto.
The Jesuit Masque Club performed Edgar Allan Poe's, "Masque of the Red Death", adapted by Mr. Austin Freeman '02 and Mr. Kevin Ball '03.
On April 6th, Jesuit celebrated the annual, Festival of the Arts, highlighting the students’ achievements in the areas of music, drama, and visual arts. The event included the “Taste of Jesuit” which featured sample food portions from many of our Jesuit family members.
Jesuit Lacrosse beat Pineview 12-6 to advance to the State championship to be held next weekend in Boca Raton. The next game will be the State Semi-finals on Friday, April 15 at 8:00 pm against Estero.
Congratulations to Jesuit's tennis team for capturing the District Championship -- the Tigers' 16th District title in the last 17 years! Jesuit will host the Regional competition on Tuesday, April 12th at Hunter's Green....
Tiger baseball has been on a hot streak, winning 13 of their last 14 games including a 4-0 win over Steinbrenner on Tuesday (BayNews9 recap video)...
An annual tradition sponsored by our Jesuit Dads' Club, the Father/Son Special Olympics Service Day was another fulfilling day...
Jesuit's Environmental Club entered two boats named "Faith" and "Debbie" in the Hillsborough County Recycle Regatta last weekend...
A beautiful new crucifix and set of processional candle torchéres were introduced at the student Mass during a special blessing...
Our Drumline took a walk on the wild side leading a procession of over 1,200 supporters of "Walk MS" at Lowry Park Zoo...
Our Robotics Team participated in the Charleston Regional Competition, March 24-26...
Jesuit was honored for its Thanksgiving Food Drive at the Metropolitan Ministries Volunteer Awards Ceremony on March 12th...
Jesuit's lacrosse team traveled to Houston to compete in the National Jesuit Lacrosse Classic...
On March 7th, 144 golfers took to the links in support of the 33rd annual Fr. Hartnett, S.J., Memorial Golf Classic...
Jesuit's track and field team traveled to Orlando to compete on Saturday at the Disney Wide World of Sports Complex...
"Remember man that thou art dust and unto dust thou shalt return"...
During a candlelight evening ceremony, 35 new members of the National Honor Society were inducted...
Jesuit welcomed nearly 600 students and grandparents to campus for Grandparents' Day...
Reps from 14 Jesuit colleges and universities were on hand during the Jesuit Excellence Tour (JET)...
Jesuit's "Hyer Family Park" opened on Saturday night amidst a sell-out crowd and a thrilling 4-3 victory over TC!...
Fr. Richard Hermes, S.J., announced Mr. Barry J. Neuburger as the school's new principal, effective in June...
Jesuit's Lacrosse team has returned this season in tip-top form, and is currently ranked as the No. 2 team in the state...
The students of Ms. Rosalie Brennan's sophomore English class memorized pieces from classic literature....
Key Club is registering players for its Putt-Putt fundraiser on Sat., Feb. 26 at Grand Prix Raceway. Register now!...
Congratulations to senior Anthony Cimino who earned a third place medal at the state wrestling meet...
The varsity basketball team defeated Braden River High 35-22 in the regional quarterfinal...
Jesuit wrestlers finished third at the regional tournament, with four Tigers qualifying for state competition...
Jesuit's Pro-Life Club made its third pilgrimage to our nation's capitol to participate in the annual "March for Life"...
Seniors from Jesuit's Spring spring sports teams assembled in front of the altar for a special blessing by Fr. Hermes...
Nearly 600 students and their mothers attended the Mother/Son Mass and Breakfast...
Five Jesuit student-athletes and the local media gathered for National Signing Day...
Tonight, our Varsity and JV basketball teams close out their regular season schedules with an exciting rematch against arch rival TC. (Post season play begins next week.) Friday night's action begins at 6 p.m. with the JV team, followed by the Varsity game at 7:30 p.m. at Tampa Catholic. Tickets are SOLD OUT!...
Each day this week our Mothers' Club is providing daily treats as part of their annual Faculty and Staff Appreciation Week....
Congratulations to our Tiger Soccer team for capturing the team's sixth consecutive district championship!...
Prior to the start of Friday night's 58-53 victory over Hudson, the varsity basketball team recognized the squad's senior players...
The National Soccer Coaches Association of America named senior Tyler Hartlage to its All-American Team...
The Florida Blood Services was on campus on Friday from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. to accept blood donations...
Student art work will be featured at Jesuit's Grandparents Day event on Feb. 27 and at...
Junior Chris Swanson received the "Jessie Helfrich Hicks Award for Outstanding Swimmer" from the County School Board...
Jesuit brought home a second-place trophy from the annual Palmetto High School Duals...
The 15-2 Tigers maintained a commanding game-long lead over TC during Friday night's rivalry match...
Br. Jose Maria, formerly known as Orlando Castillo '00, who was featured in the film, "The Calling," was on hand after the on-campus screening of the film Sunday night..
A Memorial Mass was held in St. Anthony's Chapel on Thursday, Jan. 13th at 7 p.m. Jesuit mourns the loss of Fr. Michael Kennelly, S.J. An integral part of Jesuit's history, Fr. Kennelly established the Himes Avenue campus, relocating the school from its downtown location in 1956....
Jesuit's varsity soccer team celebrated a 7-0 win over TC on Saturday...
Jesuit's Robotics Club will meet in Jesuit's cafeteria on Saturday, Jan. 8th at 9:30 a.m. for the 2011 national robotics competition kick-off televised by the NASA channel...
A make-up entrance exam was administered on Saturday, January 8th for students who were unable to attend the December test....
Jesuit's tranquil holiday campus snapped back to life when the students returned from Christmas break on Monday, January 3rd....
Tiger basketball won the Consolation Championship game 55-40 over Jesuit New Orleans, finishing third at the National Jesuit Christmas Classic in Maryland....
Best wishes for a blessed and happy new year from the administration, staff and faculty of Jesuit High School!
Thank you to our parents who have contributed to Jesuit's 2010-2011 Annual Fund. We encourage those parents who have not yet contributed to please consider a donation now. Your donation helps make it possible for boys from financially struggling families to attend Jesuit...
"The Word of God became man; we have seen his glory." (John 1:14)
Best wishes for a blessed Christmas from the administration, staff and faculty of Jesuit High School!
This bleak photo provides a cold blast from the past freezing in time a rare dusting of snow on Jesuit's 1977 campus...
The campus is adorned with trees, lights and rooftop angels in celebration of the Christmas season...
Jesuit's varsity and JV wrestling teams have earned a strong start to their season with a couple of tournament wins...
"Bach, Piazolla, Beatles and More" provided a wide range of styles for students to display their musical talents during Friday evening's Winter Concert...
Chess Club members gathered Thursday morning to squeeze in a few games before the day's classes began...
On Dec. 1st, Jesuit's winter sports teams received a special blessing...
Varsity soccer brought home the gold from the Sarasota High School Thanksgiving Invitational...
Jesuit's students stockpiled food donations in their homerooms in support of Jesuit's annual Thanksgiving Food Drive...
Congrats to our Tigers for their 24-13 victory over Wauchula Hardee....
With the kick-off of the 2010-2011 season last week, Jesuit soccer has gotten off to a strong start...
Jesuit's Key Club officers received the inaugural "Youth Supporter of the Year" award Tuesday night at the Help Brings Hope for Haiti sponsor tribute..
More than 600 Jesuit High School alumni and parents converged on the ballroom at the Hyatt Regency Downtown in support of Gaudiosa: "An Evening in Rome"...
Congrats to our Jesuit Tigers who completed their regular season with a 10-0 record after defeating arch rival in a dramatic come-from-behind 28-18 victory...
Jesuit's Drumline was invited to the Channel 13 television studio to tape a performance that aired earlier in the month...
Gaudiosa is Sold Out for Saturday night! Be sure to check out some of the Gaudiosa items featured online in the Auction Photo Gallery....
For the second straight year, our Tiger swim team has won the Regional Championship!...
Florida Blood Services was on campus from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. to accept blood donations...
Congratulations to the Jesuit Masque on its outstanding performance this weekend of the Woody Allen comedy, "Don't Drink the Water"...
Congratulations to head football coach James Harrell, who was voted Hillsborough County's 2A "Coach of the Year"...
Congratulations to our football and swimming teams on their district crowns!...