University of Detroit Jesuit High School - Detroit Catholic Schools

University of Detroit Jesuit High School

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Since 1877, U of D Jesuit has provided a rigorous, college preparatory education to young men from across southeast Michigan in the Catholic, Jesuit tradition. U of D Jesuit continues to enroll ambitious young men and encourages them to reach their full potential and strive for more, known as the Magis. A Jesuit education focuses on the development of each student academically, physically, spiritually and emotionally to be intellectually competent, religious, loving, open to growth, and committed to justice in becoming “Men for Others.”

• 2024 High School Enrollment: 620 (All-Male)
• Financial Aid Offered: Yes
• Financial Aid Deadline: November 1, then rolling
• Scholarships Offered: Yes
• Scholarship Deadline: Conclusion of scheduled HSPT dates
• Admission Requirements: Application; Teacher Recommendation(s); 7th/8th Grade Report Cards; Standardized Test Scores; HSPT Test; Optional School Visit/Interview
• Application Deadline: December 31, then rolling

Pat Donnelly - Director of Enrollment Management and Marketing
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• 313-927-2309

Blair Ramsey ‘09 - Director of Admissions and Retention Coordinator
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• 313-927-2329

Atif Lodhi - Director of Admissions and Marketing and Summer Enrichment Coordinator
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• (313) 927-2307

As a Catholic school in the Jesuit tradition, U of D Jesuit’s mission is to form “Men for Others” for the Greater Glory of God and live out the Gospel message through faith and service. Students are required to take Theology each semester and live out our shared faith through optional daily Mass, monthly all-school Masses, daily prayer, and community service. Retreats and reflections are offered at each grade level, culminating in our Kairos retreat senior year. Community service is a hallmark for U of D Jesuit, as we partner with organizations, such as Focus: HOPE and Gleaners Food Bank throughout the year. Our service program is highlighted by our Senior Service program which has been a staple at U of D Jesuit since 1971. Our seniors spend 14 Wednesdays throughout the school year volunteering at soup kitchens, food pantries, schools, or medical facilities for an entire day and living out our mission. We aim to form young men who will be intellectually competent, religious, loving, open to growth, and committed to doing justice.

U of D Jesuit offers 14 AP and a number of honors classes, as well as dual enrollment opportunities to allow students to challenge themselves at a high level, beginning in 7th grade. Students can further challenge themselves by taking classes through the Arrupe Virtual Learning Institute (AVLI) which connects students to a network of Jesuit educators around the world. Our Arrupe Learning Center provides support to all students with learning challenges. Peer and faculty office hours are also available for those students who seek additional help.

U of D Jesuit offers baseball, basketball, bowling, cross country, Esports, football, golf, hockey, lacrosse, skiing, soccer, strength training, swimming, tennis, track & field, wrestling, and intramural sports.

Our mantra at U of D Jesuit is that nobody should be a 2:45 PM man. We encourage all of our students to get involved in one or more of the 40+ co-curricular offerings we have at the school, spanning from academic & professional development opportunities, arts & creativity, cultural awareness, environmental & sustainability, faith & spirituality, news & media, recreation & hobbies, and social & advocacy groups. More information can be found on our website.

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