My son graduated from Jesuit in 1994. The school taught him discipline and how to excel. The ROTC program taught him the meaning of teamwork. Academically there is no finer school in the south. He earned his PhD in Biochemistry from University of Texas which was made possible by his time spent at Jesuit.
Living here is New Orleans, there are few schools I would send my son to. This is an excellent High School for boys. the athletics and academics are well worth the cost of admission. From what I hear, the alumni are very active and supportive in the community.
As a graduate from 2010, Jesuit High School is one the best schools in America. It gave me the tools and resources to not only be successful, but to strive for greatness. Jesuit will always be a big part of my life.
two members of my team attended this school. they are exceptional individuals who are very educated and motivated. they swear that it was the teachings from this school that made them who they are today.
Easily the best school In Louisiana and one of the best schools in the country. It's simple actually, if you want your son to have the opportunity to be involved with others and get the best education possible and high testing scores on the ACT and SAT, send your son go Jesuit. The average ACT score is a 29 which is outrageously higher than any other school in LA and it had 43 national merit semifinalists. That is doubled from the next highest school. Easily the best school Louisiana.