Alumni Ryan Thibodaux ’92, Peter Kernion ’90 (Jesuit’s assistant principal for student affairs), and Anthony Williams ’92 helped usher hundreds of prospective Blue Jays and their families into the auditorium for Jesuit's annual Open House on Wednesday (November 7).
Families gathered in the auditorium where they were treated
to live music performed by the Blue Jay Jazz Band.
Seniors Earl Johnson and Brandon Butera tell guests about their experiences as Blue Jays. Guests listen to brief presentations by the president, principal, students, and parents.
Juniors Euard Spinu and Patrick Ryan answer questions about Jesuit's mission to develop students as Men of Faith and Men for Others.
Senior Grant Gonzalez, MCJROTC Battalion commander (left) and senior Jacob Doyle, MCJROTC Executive Officer lead a small group through the Chapel of North American Martyrs.
Senior William Escobar leads a group on the third floor balcony
just outside the state-of-the-art science labs.
Prospective Blue Jays enjoy Mr. Robert Wahl's physics experiment.
Senior Gavin Matherne discusses the curriculum and other aspects of student life at Jesuit.
Senior Antonio Scelfo ushers his tour group through the second floor
hallway near the Resource Center.
Mr. Jack Culicchia speaks to these prospective families about the techonology Jesuit
students use to receive and turn in assignments. The system is called JAYSON, which
stands for Jesuit Access to Your Student Online Network.
Senior Jack Culotta shows prospective families the Resource Center and lets them read
through copies of the student newspaper, The Blue Jay.
Spanish teacher Ms. Nilda Rivera greets prospective students and tells
them about the modern foreign language courses offered at Jesuit.
Junior Stanley Dai brings prospective families through the Hall of Honors, where they can view
class composites of Jesuit graduates going back all the way to the Class of 1927.
Faculty in the Mathematics Department greet families as they
make their way through the Student Commons.
Freshman Joshua West talks about Blue Jay student life with a prospective parent.
Social studies teacher Mr. Scott Thompson greets a prospective Blue Jay in the Student Commons.
Once a Blue Jay, always a Blue Jay! Earl Wilken ’39 (left) and Eugene Montgomery ’49
decided to come back to visit their alma mater on Open House night after seeing
a commercial for it on television.