In the summer of 2024, the inaugural class of Cristo Rey Jesuit Seattle, 100 freshmen or more, will walk through the doors of their new high school.
In 1548, 10 members of the recently founded Society of Jesus opened the first Jesuit school in Messina in Sicily. More than 450 years later, the Society continues in its mission of educating men and women for others.
Founded in 1887 by Jesuit priests, S.J.C. is one of the oldest, largest and most diverse educational institutions in Belize, with nearly 2,000 students and over 125 faculty, administrators and staff.
Founded in 1830 and rooted in its Jesuit, Catholic heritage, Spring Hill College forms students to become responsible leaders in learning, faith, justice and service. Consistently named a College of Distinction, Spring Hill houses the State of Alabama’s #1 Nursing program. The College is the oldest in the State of Alabama, the oldest Catholic college …
Bill McCormick, SJ, reflects on the mission of the Jesuit university and explores the future of Jesuit higher education.