PURPOSE: The Jesuit Academy commitment to students extends well beyond their middle school years. Our Graduate Support Program (GSP) provides graduates with ongoing, scaffolded support through high school, college, and into meaningful employment. With a focus on readiness, awareness, advocacy, and community, the GSP walks with graduates on the journey to manhood, one step at a time.
STAFF SUPPORT: Two full time staff members are dedicated to working with graduates wherever they are - within the walls of Jesuit Academy, on their high school and college campuses, and out in the community. Staff maintain regular contact with graduates through individual meetings, in small and large group settings, and via other targeted outreach. SERVICES AND RESOURCES: The GSP prepares students for success with services and programming in four primary areas: Early College & Career Awareness, High School Transition & Support, Post-Secondary Admission & Completion, and Career Engagement. Services for graduates and families include:
Early College & Career Awareness activities for 4th-6th grade students
Life Skills, College, & Career activities for 7th & 8th grade students
College visits, campus tours, and career days
Coordination of academic support
College Admission support – applications, financial aid, scholarships, etc.
Preparation for college entrance exams (ACT/SAT)
HS Summer employment opportunities
College Internship program
Social events, including the annual Alumni Reunion
"A Jesuit education means everything. It prepared me for obstacles I never thought I would have to face. I was taught what it meant to be a STUDENT-athlete first and I am forever grateful for that. " - Cedrick Jesuit Academy Alumni '14
Graduate Support Staff
Dedrick Bell VP of College & Career Development
402.346.4464 ext. 21 email@example.com
Ashton Beck Coordinator of Student Support
402.346.4464 ext. 23 firstname.lastname@example.org
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Mission Statement: Jesuit Academy is Advancing the Hearts and Minds of Young Men.
Our school is guided by Catholic principles and these basics of Jesuit education: Gospel values, Academic excellence, Self-discipline, Religious diversity and being Men-for-Others.
Jesuit Academy admits students of any race, color, and national or ethnic origin.