Walsh Jesuit, a Catholic, college preparatory high school in the spirit of St. Ignatius of Loyola, reaches beyond academic excellence to develop competence, conscience and compassion within its graduates. As a Christ-centered community, we strive to be men and women for and with others.
For more than 50 years, Walsh Jesuit has been committed to academic excellence, spiritual growth and cura personalis; meaning care for the whole person as our students grow within our community each day. We hope you will share in the experience of our over 8,000 graduates who have gone on to light the world fire and made a difference in the world.
Walsh Jesuit inspires students to deepen their faith and discover what they can offer the world.
Taken from a 1973 address by the Rev. Pedro Arrupe, S.J., former Superior General of the Society of Jesus, the motto was presented as a challenge to Jesuit alumni worldwide and, in fact, has become the motto of all the Jesuit secondary schools throughout the United States. In his speech, Fr. Arrupe urged Jesuit alumni to use their gifts and education for lives of service by participating in the school community, becoming active in their own education, going beyond the minimal expectations in their development, and showing compassion for the least in the community and the world.