Welcome To Walsh Jesuit!

Founded in 1964, we are a four-year, co-educational, college preparatory school rooted in the Jesuit tradition- a tradition that is essential to our success in cultivating graduates who are religious, loving, intellectually competent, open to growth, and committed to doing justice. 

Walsh Jesuit dedicates itself to developing students' academic, artistic, and athletic capabilities in a spiritually enlightening and invigorating environment. Our Jesuit, Catholic tradition is essential to our success in cultivating graduates who are religious, loving, intellectually competent, open to growth, and committed to doing justice. 

We invite you to consider becoming part of our community. In addition to admissions information, our website provides insight into our programs and mission. At Walsh Jesuit, Men and Women for and With Others is more than a motto. It is our vision- a vision that exemplifies our determination to change the world, through the lives of our students and alumni, into one more closely modeled after Jesus Christ.

Please call the admissions office or complete the online prospective student questionnaire to learn more about Walsh Jesuit High School.  

We look forward to meeting you and your family. 


Mr. Rob Eubank '85 & Mrs. Jenn Clair

Admission Dates to Remember

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    • Welcome Freshmen

2016-2017 Family Open Houses

Sunday, October 2, 2016, Noon - 2pm
(Mass Celebrated at 11am)
Wednesday, November 2, 2016, 6-8pm
Sunday, April 23, 2017, Noon-2:00 p.m.
(Mass Celebrated at 11am)

If you wish to schedule a private tour or have additional questions about Walsh Jesuit High School, please contact our Director of Admissions, Rob Eubank '85, @ 330-929-4205 or at eubankr@walshjesuit.org. 

Calling All 8th Graders!

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  • Be A Warrior For A Day

    Our shadow program, named Warrior for a Day, helps prospective students in Grade 8 learn what it means to be a Walsh Jesuit Warrior by spending a school day with a Walsh Jesuit freshman or sophomore.
    Visitors should arrive at the Admissions Office (after checking in through Reception off the Rotunda) at 7:45 a.m. and will finish their day at 2:40 p.m. Parents may pick their students up at the Admissions Office. Parents who wish to remain for a tour of the school in the morning should please contact the Director of Admissions, Mr. Rob Eubank ’85 at 330.929.4205, ext 103 or eubankr@walshjesuit.org.
    Visitors should wear shoes that are not sneakers, pants that are neither jeans nor cargo, and a polo style collared shirt.  The Admissions office will provide lunch on visitation day.
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  • How to Schedule

    Families are encouraged to register for the Warrior for a Day program at least 48 hours in advance. However, in an effort to maintain appropriate class sizes, Walsh Jesuit will only accommodate up to 30 student visitors per day.  Please refer to the list of black-out dates listed below. To register for a shadow day, 8th grade students may sign up online or call Mrs. Jennifer Clair in the Admissions Office at 330.929.4205 ext 153. Click here to register.
  • Black Out Dates and Special Schedules

    We apologize, the following dates are NOT available for Warrior for a Day 2016-17 visits.  Please be sure that you have not selected one of these dates prior to submitting your request.  Thank you!
    The following dates are open for shadowing however they follow a different schedule. 
    11/11 – Delayed Start
    12/7 –   Early Dismissal
    2/15 –   Early Dismissal
    3/8 –     Early Dismissal
    4/19 –   Early Dismissal

Current High School Students

  • Transfer Student Application for Admission
    ** Current high school students who wish to shadow must first submit a transfer student application to Walsh Jesuit High School. The Director of Admissions will contact you to schedule a shadow visitation day after receiving a completed transfer student admissions application.

Meet the Admissions Team

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admissions policy

As a Catholic, college preparatory school in the Jesuit tradition, Walsh Jesuit actively seeks a student body that represents a broad and diverse variety of abilities, talents, backgrounds, and interests.

The Admissions Committee reviews each applicant for admission in a holistic way.  There is no one factor that will inhibit a student from attending Walsh Jesuit, nor one single factor that will ensure student admission.