Tuesday, December 22, 2020

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Profiles of Members of the Jesuit Community

Diego Elizondo, a student leader in our Ignatian Service Corps, has devoted his summer to facilitating our new AIDS Services Supper Club Program. For example, his leadership in online orientations with students, meal kit assembly and communications with student meal teams have taught students to serve with empathy while bringing dignity and healing to the residence at Hillcrest House,...
Carson has embraced his role as a leader at Jesuit. He is a senior service site ambassador working at Chance’s Pie Shop, freshman big brother, freshman retreat leader, and member of the Spanish Honor Society. Carson, who volunteered to help with new teacher orientation and is very active in scouting, he spent the past two weekends volunteering to help...
Carter Williams was named Ranger of the Week after a great start to his senior year in which he has excelled as a leader on the yearbook staff while helping the cross country team to a third-place finish in its first race of the 2020 season. Among the top of the class academically and a natural leader of his peers,...
A classmate identified Carl as the “embodiment of a Ranger of the Week.” Jesuit named senior Carl Wilson with their weekly honor for his exceptional work in the classroom, dedication to his teammates, and commitment to service. Carl currently serves as an Executive Big Brother and will be leading Senior Retreat. An honor roll student who “does a great job...
On the first day back of second semester in 2011, Mr. Max von Schlehenried arrived to take over from a teacher who left after first semester. Even though he taught physics, Mr. von Schlehenried has another profession which he has been practicing his whole life: musical compositions. While practicing piano when he was 12 years old, Mr. von Schlehenried found an interest...

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