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Jeremy Caniglia, an art teacher at Creighton Preparatory School, instructs Michael Bope on a painting of Pedro Arrupe, S.J.
FaithJesuit School Spotlight
Ricardo da Silva, S.J.
“The arts are crucial to Jesuit education. Our arts programs are a home for students at Creighton Prep, but they also inspire the expansion of heart and imagination—elements that are indispensable to Ignatian practice.”
Image of multicolored shapes against a red background
FaithJesuit School Spotlight
Christopher J. Devron, S.J.
Catholic social teaching can provide a stronger framework for antiracism programs.
Special needs student Peter Marvin, a freshman, completes an assignment with the assistance of Landon Lewis, a senior and one of his peer mentors, at DeSmet Jesuit High School in St. Louis on Sept. 6, 2023
FaithJesuit School Spotlight
Tom Tracy
At De Smet, students with disabilities attend four classes with their peers, including physical education/health, theology, art and music.
MagazineJesuit School Spotlight
Michael O’Brien
After a review of his full legacy and life story, BC High has renamed one of its main buildings, originally dedicated to John McElroy, S.J., to reaffirm its commitment to being an antiracist institution.
Students from Fordham Prep and other Viva House volunteers join Brendan Walsh, at left in dark blue shirt, and his wife Willa Bickham, standing below, on the steps of Viva House in Baltimore, Md., in March 2023.
FaithJesuit School Spotlight
Michael G. Considine
In 1960, three young men graduated from Fordham Preparatory School and set out on paths that would painfully clash as the Vietnam War unfolded. 
A stressed student with her head in her hands sitting in front of a laptop computer
FaithJesuit School Spotlight
Ryan Di Corpo
Life-threatening mental health concerns affecting U.S. teens have reached a crisis point, complicated by a laundry list of social issues.