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In a calendar sent out to prospective students last spring, Carleton College in Northfield, Minnesota proposed an idea they called “the College Fair Game” that involved receiving points for completing certain tasks. For example, “greeting at least three college reps with a firm handshake and ‘Hi, my name is…’” awards you +300 points while “mumbling a vague request like...
Link to the Homecoming DJ's song request site: http://www.radioparties.djintelligence.com/request/request.asp?ID=jesuitA Night at the OscarsOctober 23, 2010 8-Midnight Doors close @ 9pm / Lock-in until 11pm INFOMART 1950 N Stemmons Fwy, Dallas, TX 75207 Online tickets: $25 / Door $30 Online sales: https://www.jesuitcp.org/SSLPage.aspx?pid=1333
When a high school student, especially a guy, thinks: field trip to museums, the plethora of associations usually do not include, “exhilarating” or “chill,” but that’s how Ryan Blum and the Honors English Seminar class described their trip to the Museum of Modern Art, The Kimbell Museum, and The Amon Carter Museum, all in Fort Worth.  The Modern Art Museum...
  “New Teacher Orientation” is one reason why the faculty and the teacher-student relationships at Jesuit are so great.  According to Mrs. Elise Stewart (Director of Faculty Development), who made this program what it is today, the New Teacher Orientation “is a mentorship program where veteran teachers are assigned to new teachers to prepare them for their journey towards becoming Ignatian...
On a wet and rainy Saturday morning, a group of 41 small group leaders comprised of juniors and seniors began setting up for the Freshman Retreat, the first milestone of the class of 2014’s journey through Jesuit. The Freshman Retreat is the first of many retreats in a student’s Jesuit career. It is also one of the most important....
 The debate team of seniors Ryan Gorman and Sullivan McCormick earned fifth place honors this past weekend at the Grapevine Invitational.  Almost eighty teams from eight states competed in the tournament including teams from Oklahoma, Arkansas, Louisiana, New Hampshire, California, Utah, and Nevada.Gorman and McCormick finished the preliminary rounds with a 4-1 record with wins over teams from The Law...
“The Alumni Service Corps (ASC) is a volunteer opportunity available to Jesuit College Prep graduates to devote a year of their lives in service and thanksgiving for their Jesuit education. It is a unique opportunity for participants to give back to their alma mater during a year between college and a career or graduate school. There are a number...

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