A Strake Jesuit student encounters many opportunities for growth and formation through his involvement in campus and community events, his participation in house and grade-level activities, and his commitment to education as an endeavor for the whole person—not only for the intellect or the classroom. By encouraging active student participation in the life of the school, we build an authentic community.
"Catholic schools must be seen as 'meeting places for those who wish to express Christian values in education.' The Catholic school, far more than any other, must be a community whose aim is the transmission of values for living. Its work is seen as promoting a faith-relationship with Christ in Whom all values find fulfillment. But faith is principally assimilated through contact with people whose daily life bears witness to it. Christian faith, in fact, is born and grows inside a community. The community aspect of the Catholic school is necessary because of the nature of the faith and not simply because of the nature of man and the nature of the educational process which is common to every school.
The Sacred Congregation for Education
The Catholic School
Our faculty and staff are committed to forming a young men who are well-rounded academically, emotionally, spiritually and socially. We strive to meet the multi-faceted interests and talents of our community and invite students and families to embrace the rich traditions of our school.