Walsh Jesuit Graduate, Ryan Feltner is drafted by the Toronto Blue Jays

Ryan Feltner drafted by Toronto Blue Jays
Ohio Gatorade Player of the Year / NEOBCA Division I Player of the Year goes in 25th round
Walsh Jesuit Baseball senior Co-Captain Ryan Feltner, who was recently named the 2015 Ohio Gatorade Player of the Year, was drafted by the Toronto Blue Jays in the 25th round of the Major League Baseball Draft. He was the 752nd player chosen. The talented Senior Ohio State University recruit and Division I NEOBCA Player of the Year helped lead the Warriors’ to the 2015 District Championship, the 2015 North Coast League Championship, a final state ranking of #3, and the Program’s ninth national ranking. Feltner becomes the 9th Walsh Jesuit Baseball player to be drafted in the past 17 years, and the first since 2010 when three Walsh Jesuit Baseball players were drafted on the same day (Johnny Fasola, Greg Greve, Tyler Skulina).

Women's Tennis Try-Outs Date Set for August 3rd

Women’s Tennis Try-Outs begin Monday, August 3rd from 8:30-12:00 Noon at Walsh Jesuit HS
Questions:  Contact Head Coach Rocco Cona at 330-730-3233

Walsh Jesuit High School Seniors Take Top Place With College Scholarship Awards! Another great reason to be a Warrior!

2015graduation 3Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, June 30, 2015— Walsh Jesuit High School seniors were offered the highest merit-based scholarships among 27 area high schools. A snapshot of 2015 graduating classes around Northeast Ohio was featured in a June Crain’s Cleveland Business publication.Over 75% of the 2015 Walsh Jesuit High School senior class received merit based scholarships, totaling $28.9 million.

The top ten schools with highest scholarships offered, listed in Crain’s Cleveland Business were:

·       Walsh Jesuit High School - $28.9 million

·       St. Ignatius High School -$27 million

·       Hathaway Brown School - $19 million

·       Magnificat High School - $18.9 million

·       Saint Joseph Academy - $17.7 million

·       St. Edwards High School - $17.5 million

·       Archbishop Hoban High School - $17 million

·       Padua Franciscan High School - $16.2 million

·       Notre Dame-Cathedral Latin School - $13.5 million

·       Gilmour Academy - $10.5 million

2015 Pathways Hospice-WJ Legends Golf Outing scheduled for Saturday, August 8th.

2015 Pathways Hospice - WJ Legends Golf Outing!

Saturday, August 8th
Roses Run Country Club – Stow, OH

Cost: $110 per golfer
Golf Package Includes: Continental Breakfast, 18 holes of golf, golf cart, beverages, lunch at turn, and dinner following the round.

**Register online or print the attached registration form and mail it, along with a check, to Walsh Jesuit High School- Attention Jason Ruegg, 4550 Wyoga Lake Road  Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio 44224

Click here to download a registration form.

“Golfers For Others”  Interested in Sponsorship Information? Click here.

WJ Enrichment Camp is a big success!

WJ Enrichment Camp is 11429929 10153062598773823 801260113511923044 oa big success!

A fun and enriching summer opportunity for junior high school students who take a series of mini-academic classes in science, humanities, and the arts to experience Walsh Jesuit’s award winning academic college prep program.

This year, we had 32 campers from 15 different middle schools!

Fifth Annual Andrea Rose Teodosio 5K scheduled for Saturday, July 11 at Lock 3

Click here to register!

Lace up your running shoes and run for a cause at the Andrea Rose Teodosio Memorial 5K run, one-mile run/walk and Kids' Fun Run.  The 5th annual race will take place on Saturday, July 11, 2015, at 8 a.m. at Lock 3 Park in Akron. 
Registration is $25 until race day, and then it's $30.  Register by July 2 to receive a free tech shirt.  "Angel" registrations are $100 and include a foundation towel. The Kids' Fun Run is free. This flat, scenic run through downtown Akron and into the Towpath Trail is perfect for all ages! Join us for the after-party at Baxter's with food provided by Grub!  Wear your red race shirt on race day for great photo ops! Bring a non-perishable food item for the Akron-Canton Regional Foodbank to be entered in a raffle for a VIP Akron Rubber Ducks package!
Hope to see you there! 

WJ Athletics - Informational Meeting for Incoming Students and Families

WHEN: Tuesday, August 4, 2015  - 6:00 pm-8:00 pm
WHERE: Walsh Jesuit HS Dome

Greetings Freshman Students and Families –

Welcome to Walsh Jesuit HS!  We are pleased to welcome you to our community.  You are invited to attend an informational meeting for all freshman students and parents who anticipate trying out for or participating in a sport this coming school year. 

We will be discussing expectations, team rules, athletic department policies, requirements for playing a sport at WJ, eligibility, and a variety of other topics.  

Enjoy the rest of your summer.  Hope to see you on August 4th.


Thanks –

Barb Salata, Athletic Director
330-929-4205 x. 118

Walsh Jesuit Welcomes the Class of 2019

Freshmen 2015

Welcome Class of 2019! 

Welcome to Walsh Jesuit High School!  We are excited to have you join the Walsh Jesuit High School community! You are about to embark on a four-year journey where we hope that you will explore new opportunities, grow as young men and women and develop into living as a “Man or Woman for Others.” The information on this page will assist you in answering any questions. Check back often throughout the year for information specifically for the Class of 2019.


As a parent of one of our students, you are a vital part of our community. You have chosen to entrust your son or daughter to a school that educates its students to become future leaders and strives to create graduates who are truly "men and women for others."  Walsh Jesuit High School caters to the mind, body, and soul, in the tradition of cura personalis – the care of the whole person. 
Your partnership with us in the growth of your son or daughter is a key element in our endeavor to fulfill our mission to form leaders of competence, conscience and compassion who seek to do all things ad majorem Dei gloriam – for the greater glory of God. 

As you peruse our website, please consider carefully how you as parents can join us in our 50-year old tradition of creating “men and women for others.” Welcome to the Walsh Jesuit High School family!


Campus Life

Tuition and Tuition Assistance



Obituary for Fr. Tom Ryan

May we keep Fr. Ryan, his family and the Jesuit community in our prayers.

FrTomRyan 6.24.2015Fr. Thomas M. Ryan, S.J. suffered a heart attack and died on June 20, 2015, at Colombiere Center in Clarkston, Michigan. He was 74 years old. He is survived by his sister, Mrs. Patricia Wallace, of Alachua, Florida.

Tom was born on August 27, 1940 in Toledo, Ohio. He entered the Detroit Province of the Society of Jesus on September 1, 1958. at Milford, Ohio. He was ordained on June 12, 1971 at Colombiere Center in Clarkston, Michigan, and took final vows on February 2, 1979 at Walsh Jesuit High School in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio.

Tom attended Gesu grade school and parish in Toledo, Ohio. As a Jesuit, he earned a Bachelor's Degree in Classics (1964) and a Master's Degree in Philosophy (1965) from Loyola University Chicago. He earned a Licentiate in Philosophy from West Baden College in Indiana (1965). Tom earned a Bachelor Degree of Sacred Theology from Bellarmine School of Theology in North Aurora, IL (1971). He also earned a Master of Divinity from Loyola University Chicago (1972).

Tom spent most of his life teaching in high schools. During Regency Tom helped open Walsh Jesuit High School in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, by teaching English and Speech there (1965-1968). After ordination, he returned to Walsh Jesuit where he taught Theology (1971-1980) and was a student counselor (1971-1977). He also was a director of Marriage Encounters in the Cleveland Diocese (1978-1980). Tom taught Theology and English at St. John's Jesuit High School in Toledo (1980-1985) before returning to Walsh Jesuit where he taught Theology and was a student counselor (1986-1997). Tom moved to Detroit where he taught Theology at the University of Detroit Jesuit High School (1997-2006). Tom then spent two years teaching Religious Studies at Regis University (2006-2008).

In 2008, Tom decided to leave teaching to focus on directing retreats full-time. He directed retreats at Manresa Jesuit Retreat House (2009-2010) and Jesuit Spiritual Center at Milford (2010-2014). Tom moved to Colombiere Center in 2014 where he performed community service such as driving Jesuits to appointments and visiting community members in the hospital.


Sunday, June 28, 2015

3:00 - 7:00 p.m.

Prayer Service 7:00 p.m.

Colombiere Center

9075 Big Lake Road

Clarkston, MI 48346-1015



Monday, June 29, 2015

10:45 a.m.

Colombiere Center

9075 Big Lake Road

Clarkston, MI 48346-1015


Burial Service:

Immediately following the funeral

Summer TRIP Info

Please click on the links below for Summer TRIP Info and ordering.

TRIP Registration

Summer TRIP Schedule

Summer TRIP Order Form

TRIP Account Registration

Sophomore Literature and History Tour Info

Salem, Concord, Plymouth, Boston, and more

The most fun and education we can cram into fall break, Thurs. Oct. 29-Sun. Nov.1, 2015.

Education comes alive!

Check out the itinerary on moodle.walshjesuit.org (English Dept. Fall Break to Salem)to see how we visit Plymouth Plantation, The Mayflower II, the Salem Witch Museum, Marblehead, Lexington, Concord, the Old Manse, Louisa May Alcott’s home, the Old North Church, Quincy Market, and so much more without missing a day of school. Set your caps!

Transportation is by chaperoned motor coach.

Total cost is $415.

Limit: 80 students (first come)                                   

   First deposit ($200) – by Thurs. Aug. 27 (secures spot with permission form)

   Final payment ($215) – due Thurs. Sept. 10

   Late fee for final payment will be $25.

Questions? Contact Mrs. Bok: bokd@walshjesuit.org

Support WJHS AND attend the 2015 Bridgestone Invitational! August 5th - 9th, 2015

Support Walsh Jesuit High School AND attend the 2015 Bridgestone Invitational!

(August 5th – 9th 2015)

Purchase your 2015 Bridgestone Invitational ticket/s through the Tickets Fore Charity program and 100% of your ticket sales goes to charity! A portion of the net proceeds will benefit Walsh Jesuit High School (when you apply Walsh Jesuit’s unique offer code) and the remaining net proceeds benefit The Northern Ohio Golf Charities.

Tickets fore Charity Prices:

Wednesday Grounds Tickets........................$25

Thursday & Friday Grounds Tickets.............$40

Saturday & Sunday Grounds Tickets............$45

Good Any One Day Grounds Tickets.............$49

Weekly Grounds Tickets...............................$120

How to Purchase Tickets:

ONLINE: To purchase tickets online, click on the link below and enter Walsh Jesuit’s case sensitive “offer code” when asked. Walsh Jesuit’s unique offer code (case sensitive) = LOFT15

Click here to order tickets online

BULK ORDERS: If you are interested in making a bulk order (20+ tickets), please complete the bulk order form (provided below) and email it to pgatourtickets@pgatourhq.comor via fax at (904) 543-2380.

Click here to download a bulk order form

Thank you for your support and please spread the word!! As Walsh Jesuit’s ticket sales revenue increases, so does the percentage of net sales benefitting Walsh Jesuit High School! See below for breakdown.

The 2015 TICKETS Fore CHARITY payout breakdown will be disbursed according to the percentage of ticket sales revenue each charity organization generates. The funds will be distributed as follows:
·        Organizations who sell above $6,000+ receive 75% of the net proceeds
·        Organizations who sell $2,000 - $5,999 receive 65% of the net proceeds
·        Organizations who sell less than $2,000 will receive 50% of the net proceeds

Seniors create outstanding video promoting Walsh Jesuit!

Congratulations to Walsh Jesuit Seniors, Juliana Reminder, Zack Htun, Nicki Mlakar, and Max Pivonka who completed their senior experience at Hitchcock Fleming and Associates, (HFA), an ad agency in Akron. They chose to create a promotion video for Walsh Jesuit and the reasons why students should choose Walsh Jesuit over other area high schools.

One is the short version, the other is a longer version.  Enjoy!




CHICAGO (May 28, 2015) — In its 30th year of honoring the nation’s best high school athletes, The Gatorade Company, in collaboration with USA TODAY High School Sports, today announced Ryan Feltner of Walsh Jesuit High School as its 2014-15 Gatorade Ohio Baseball Player of the Year. Feltner is the second Gatorade Ohio Baseball Player of the Year to be chosen from Walsh Jesuit High School.

The award, which recognizes not only outstanding athletic excellence, but also high standards of academic achievement and exemplary character demonstrated on and off the field, distinguishes Feltner as Ohio’s best high school baseball player. Now a finalist for the prestigious Gatorade National Baseball Player of the Year, Feltner joins an elite alumni association of past state award-winners in 12 sports, including Derek Jeter (1991-92, Kalamazoo HS, Mich.), Roy Halladay (1994-95, Arvada West HS, Colo.), David Price (2003-04, Blackman HS, Tenn.), Chipper Jones (1989-90, Bolles School, Fla.), Derek Lee (1992-93, El Camino HS, Calif.) and Jon Lester (2001-02, Bellarmine Prep, Wash.).

The 6-foot-4, 180-pound senior right-handed pitcher and first baseman led the Warriors to a 25-3 record and the Division I regional tournament, scheduled to begin May 28. At the time of his selection, Feltner owned a 7-1 record with a 1.28 ERA and 52 strikeouts in 43.2 innings-pitched. A 2014 First Team All-State selection, he posted a .326 batting average with a pair of home runs, 12 RBI and a .581 slugging percentage entering the postseason.

Feltner has maintained a 3.10 GPA in the classroom. He has volunteered locally on behalf of The American Cancer Society, the Akron-Canton Regional Foodbank and as a youth baseball coach.

“Ryan Feltner is one of the finest, brightest, most mature and sincere young men I have had the good fortune to coach,” said Walsh Jesuit High head coach Chris Kaczmar. “He is a tremendous, national-caliber talent on the mound as well as in our lineup who will be missed a great deal once he graduates. I am very proud of his deserving success.”

Feltner has signed a National Letter of Intent to play baseball on scholarship at The Ohio State University this fall.

The Gatorade Player of the Year program annually recognizes one winner in the District of Columbia and each of the 50 states that sanction high school football, girls volleyball, boys and girls cross country, boys and girls basketball, boys and girls soccer, baseball, softball, and boys and girls track & field, and awards one National Player of the Year in each sport. The selection process is administered by the Gatorade high school sports leadership team in partnership with USA TODAY High School Sports, which work with top sport-specific experts and a media advisory board of accomplished, veteran prep sports journalists to determine the state winners in each sport.

Feltner joins recent Gatorade Ohio Baseball Players of the Year Cameron Varga (2013-14, Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy), Andrew Benintendi (2012-13, Madeira High School), Adam Schaly (2011-12, Ashland High School), Taylore Cherry (2010–11, Butler High School), David Whitehead (2009-10, Moeller), Tyler Skulina (2008–09, Walsh Jesuit High School), Ryan Curl (2007-08, St. Francis DeSales), and Derek Dietrich (2006-07, St. Ignatius) among the state’s list of former award winners.

To keep up to date on the latest happenings, become a fan of Gatorade Player of the Year on Facebook and follow us on Twitter. For more on the Gatorade Player of the Year program, including nomination information, a complete list of past winners and the announcement of the Gatorade National Player of the Year, visit www.gatorade.com/poy.

UPDATED Senior Experience Information

If you have not already done so, please read the important information below and download the appropriate files.  Thank you!

(1) Click here to download the Final Hearing Instructions,  (2) Click here to download the Final Hearing Schedule, and  (3) Click here to download a lesson on how to format your Senior Experience Thank You Note.

A Walsh Jesuit thank you card can be purchased for $2.00 (not $1.50 as indicated on the instruction sheet) at either the Spirit Shop or Reception. At least one Walsh Jesuit note card should be completed for the sponsor of your son or daughter’s experience. Additional note cards should be appropriately chosen. Please direct any concerns to Mr. Rick Sistek.

WJHS Baseball Team to be included in the next episode of High School Sports Insider!

Walsh Jesuit High School Baseball will be included in the next episode of High School Sports Insider! which will be shown today, May 27, 2015.
You can watch the show two ways:

On Cable:

Time Warner Cable SportsChannel (Channel 311, 1311 in HD).  Starting TODAY at 7pm and all week at these times: http://bit.ly/TWCSCShows


CityBeat-TV.com, Next Week
Log on to www.citybeat-tv.com and watch the show online for free! 

Tournament Schedules for the Week of May 26th, 2015

Wednesday, May 27, 2015 Women’s Track at OHSAA Regional Tournament @ Austintown Fitch at 4:00

Men’s Track at OHSAA Regional Tournament @Austintown Fitch at 4:30

Men’s LAX at OSLA Tournament @ Chagrin Falls at 7:00 pm

Thursday, May 28, 2015

Baseball at OHSAA Regional Tournament @ Thurman Munson Stadium @ 2:00 pm

Friday, May 29, 2015

Women’s Track at OHSAA Regional Tournament @ Austintown Fitch at 4:00

Men’s Track at OHSAA Regional Tournament @ Austintown Fitch at 4:30

Baseball at OHSAA Regional Tournament @ Thurman Munson Stadium @ 5:00 pm – must win Thursday, 5/28 to advance 

Saturday, May 30, 2015

Men’s LAX at OSLA Tournament @ CVCA at 12:00 Noon – must win Wednesday, May 27 to advance

Men’s Volleyball at State Tournament @ Capital University at 5:00 pm

Sunday, May 31, 2015

Men’s Volleyball at State Tournament @ Capital University – must win Saturday 5/30 to advance


Walsh Jesuit and Public School Transportation Information for the Week of June 1

Walsh Jesuit busses will depart WJ Monday, June1; Tuesday, June 2; and Wednesday, June 3rd at 11:15 AM.  Thursday, June 4th, WJ busses will leave at 10:00 am. 

Public school transportation will run at its usual time.

Tryouts for "White Christmas" are scheduled for May 26-27

Tryouts for this famous Broadway musical will be held May 26 and 27 from 2:45-5:30pm. Come to room 125 and sign up for an audition time or email Mr. Banks your time request at banksd@walshjesuit.org. Slots will go FAST! There will be a limit to 30 in the cast, so put your best effort into the audition! The show will be put on in November. Make sure you prepare a short sample of your singing, acting and dancing abilities. Any questions? See Mr. Banks and good luck!

Tournament Updates


Thursday, May 21, 2015
4:30 pm
Vs. Wadsworth HS
@ Barberton Sports Complex

Thursday, May 21, 2015
@ Oberlin College
9:00 am

Friday, May 22, 2015
Vs. winner of Bay v. Rocky River game
7:00 pm
@ Walsh Jesuit HS

Varsity Baseball Wins Sectionals!

Last night, the Varsity Baseball team defeated Highland HS 8-3 to capture the OHSAA Sectional Title.  The Warriors advance to play the Hudson Explorers on Tuesday, May 19th at 4:30 pm @ Hudson HS.

Warrior Corps Marching Band Tryouts

If you would like to tryout for the Warrior Corps Marching Band, please contact Mr. Banks at 330-929-4205 ext. 167 or email him at banksd@walshjesuit.org to set up an audition. We have openings for Trumpet, Horn, Trombone, Baritone, Tuba, Saxophones, Flute, and Percussion as well as colorguard.

Learn more about the WJ Warrior Corps here...

Tuition Payment Deadline for 2014-15 School Year is May 20

·         Tuition Payments Due – Wednesday,May 20 is the last scheduled date for tuition payments for the 2014-15 academic year. If you have an outstanding balance due, please make sure your payment is remitted to FACTS. If you are unable to meet this obligation, please call Vicky Kilway immediately at (330) 929-4205, ext. 126 to discuss, so that your student can return for the next school year. It is not our policy to carry any tuition balances forward from one year to the next.

Tournament Play Begins Soon for Spring Sports!

Women’s LAX

Monday, May 11, 2015

v. Olmsted Falls HS

@ 6:00 at Walsh Jesuit

Varsity Baseball

Wednesday, May 13, 2015

v. winner of Highland/Stow game on Tues., 5/12

@ 4:30 pm at Walsh Jesuit

Varsity Softball

Friday, May 15

v. winner of Medina Highland/Akron Firestone on 5/14

@ 4:30 PM AT Walsh Jesuit

WJ Admissions to host Junior High Dance!

Calling all 7th and 8th graders... Join us on Friday September 12th for a dance at Walsh Jesuit!


Click here to download a permission slip.  You must have a completed slip to be admitted to the dance.  Dress is casual.  Call the admissions office at 330.929.4205 if you have any questions!

Walsh Jesuit’s Connor Regan Commits to The University of Buffalo

Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, July 30, 2014— Walsh Jesuit senior, Connor Regan has made a verbal commitment to continue his academic and athletic career for The University of Buffalo. Regan will be playing under head Buffalo coach, Ron Torgalski. Regan will play for the school’s NCAA Division I baseball program. Regan becomes the third member of the Warrior Class of 2015 to commit to a Division I school. 

REGAN CONNOR 011As a Warrior, Connor is a four-year varsity member and a member of the Warriors 2014 undefeated regular season. The Warriors were also ranked 3rd in the Nation for 2014, and are the 2013 and 2014 North Coast champions. Connor is the recipient of the 2014 WJ most improved player award and finished 2014 with an ERA of 0.00 averaging a strikeout per inning, and at the plate he had a batting average of .438 with 1 HR, 19 RBI’s and 6 BB’s. 

At Walsh Jesuit, Regan maintains second honors and participates in Walsh Jesuit’s Labre program. 

“What a luxury it is for our program to have someone as versatile as Connor Regan in our lineup,” said Chris Kaczmar, Walsh Jesuit’s head baseball coach. “Connor is merely scratching the surface in his bright future behind the plate as well as on the mound, and as good as he is thus far, I firmly believe his best is still ahead of him. That said, the asset he has become to our program outside the lines has truly been impactful, as he has given of himself to better the staff and help those around him. Whether it’s driving across town to catch one of our pitchers in an off-season bullpen, staying an extra hour to make sure he gets in his own offensive work or his work on the mound, or just talking to the younger players, Connor is evolving into a tremendous leader for our team. He is one of the rare players who does not have to be told what to do or how to act to make the biggest impact on the program. His approach to the game is very professional, and he is a good friend and a wonderful person who will truly be missed when he moves on. We are thrilled he will be joining Coach Torgalski at Buffalo.” 

Connor, who intends to major in Business Management or Economics, is the son of Tim and Tracey Regan of Sagamore Hills.  

WJ senior, Thomas Imhoff chosen to attend The American Legion Boys Nation in Washington D.C.

See press release from the American Legion below:

Twinsburg Student Heads to American Legion Boys Nation in Washington, D.C.

IMHOFF THOMAS 011WHO: Thomas Buckley Imhoff, resident of Twinsburg, Ohio a senior at Walsh Jesuit High School.

WHAT:   One of 98 high school student representatives throughout the U.S. chosen to attend The American Legion Boys Nation. He is one of two delegates selected from the state based on leadership skills, academic record and activity at American Legion Boys State.  The week-long program introduces the senators to the structure and function of the federal government while combining lectures and forums with visitations to federal agencies, institutions, memorials and historical spots in and around Washington, D.C.

WHERE:  Marymount University, Arlington, VA with daily trips to Washington, D.C.

WHEN:   July 18 - 25, 2014

WHY:These young men are the future of politics in the United States.  This program is designed to inspire a strong devotion to America while providing a practical view of federal government procedures.  Many of the current great leaders of our country are Boys Nation Alumni. 


Offices held at Boys State:

City Party Secretary (Elected), County Party Secretary (Elected), Delegate to the Party Platform Convention (Elected), County Engineer (Elected)

College/University you plan to attend:

United States Naval Academy

What profession are you presently considering?:

Naval Aviator and Engineer, in later life elected public office

School offices held:

Junior Class President (2013-2014) Executive President of Student Government (2014-2015 upcoming) Chairman of Student Policy Committee (2013-2014, and 2014-2015 upcoming)

Athletics and other activities:

Varsity Swimming (2011-Present);National Honor Society (2012-Present);Eucharistic Minister; High School and Youth Group Retreat Leader; National Youth Leadership Training Graduate and Staff Member; Employed lifeguard and tutor; 700+ hours of service work.

Special honors:

Sons of the American Revolution Eagle Scout Scholarship;Cleveland Technical Society Academic Award Winner;OHSAA Swimming State Qualifier; Varsity Swimming Scholar Athlete(3 years); One of eight students nationally to speak at the Ignatian Family Teach-In.


The American Legion Boys Nation program provides a week of government training in Washington, D.C, comprised of lectures and forums with visits to federal agencies, institutions, memorials and historical sites.  Valuable experience of the political process is gained through the organization of party conventions, the introduction and debate on bills and resolutions, and the election of an American Legion Boys Nation President and Vice President.

Each American Legion Boys Nation delegate represents his home state as a “Senator.”  The “Senators” caucus at the beginning of the session and organize into committees and conduct hearings on bills, allowing delegates to learn the proper methods and regulations followed by the U.S. Senate.  In addition, federal legislators, representatives of national distinction, traditionally including the President of the United States, participate in the activities at The American Legion Boys Nation Program.  Former graduates of the program include former U.S. President Bill Clinton and U.S. Senator Max Baucus, MT.

For more information or to arrange an interview with this delegate prior to his travel to Washington, D.C. contact: Mark Seavey at:  202-368-9155  or by email at mseavey@legion.org

Contact: Mark Seavey
The American Legion
Boys Nation Media Representative
Office Phone: 202-368-9155

TRIP Order pickup and delivery day changes to Wednesdays

TRIP Orders will now be picked up on Wednesdays at 9:30 am and delivered back the following Wednesday. There will be no more Thursday deliveries.

TRIP is a gift card rebate program that allows your family to reduce tuition at Walsh Jesuit. A percentage of each gift card purchased through TRIP is credited to your family's TRIP account. Twice a year, TRIP sends a payment to Walsh Jesuit to reduce your tuition. Each gift card contains a percentage rebate indicated on the order form. Of that rebate, 75% is credited to your TRIP account. The remaining 25% is the fee to run the program. For example, if you order $100 worth of Donato's gift cards, your percentage rebate would be 10%. The amount of money that equals is $10.00. Of that $10.00, $7.50 is credited to your TRIP account. The other $2.50 makes up the fee to run the program.

If your family prefers, you may opt to participate in TRIP, but instead of crediting tuition you may donate your rebate as a tax deductible gift to the Walsh Jesuit Ignatian Fund in support need-based tuition assistance. Indicate on your order form you wish to make a donation.

TRIP at Walsh Jesuit is NOT mandatory. The program is optional and available to everyone, associated with Walsh Jesuit or not. Businesses may choose to purchase gift cards through TRIP at Walsh Jesuit and the rebate may be credited to a specific student or to the Ignatian Fund.  Click here for more information on TRIP.

Summer PE Session One Announcement

Students enrolled in session 1 of Band/Choir summer PE:   Please meet in the commons at  8 am beginning Monday, June 16th.  Students must bring their own lunch.  Due to safety standards, no student will be allowed to leave campus to get a lunch I.e. Fast food.  Be sure to arrive prepared: tennis shoes and t-shirt and appropriate length shorts (no short shorts).  Students must attend all classes in order to receive credit!

Warrior Corps Openings for 2014-15

The Walsh Jesuit High School “Warrior Corps,” our new marching band, still has some openings for instrumental musicians and flag/dance team members. It is not too late to get involved with the marching band for 2014-15. They will perform at the football games, some parades and basketball games. To join or get more information, contact the director, Mr. David Banks at banksd@walshjesuit.org, or 330-929-4205 ext. 167.