Mission

Walsh Jesuit is committed to the gospel value of diversity among its community as a core value. We believe that equal access & representation across gender, race, sexuality, academic ability & socioeconomics will help create a learning environment that promotes awareness. We strive to meet the needs of the students and families we serve, and we are committed to provide opportunities for all backgrounds to receive a Jesuit education. 

Focusing on recruitment, school-wide programming & student retention, Walsh Jesuit is committed to working with all students to ensure that we are all well connected, engaged & supported in the school community.

All God's Creation

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  • John 1:3-5

    3 God created everything through him,
    and nothing was created except through him.
    4 The Word gave life to everything that was created,
    and his life brought light to everyone.
    5 The light shines in the darkness,
    and the darkness can never extinguish it.
  • God’s Creation

    We share in communion with God’s life – communion with all life & creation. He challenges us as to bring our authentic selves to light, so others can see & learn.
  • Ignite your Light

    We all have an internal light, so let it shine. Our life & dignity comes from being made in the image of God. We are temples of the Holy Spirit and are called to recognize that light in ourselves and others.
  • Walk in His Purpose

    Do not be afraid to be who God has called you to be. Despite anything we think separates us from each another, it is His light that keeps us in communion.
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      Walsh Jesuit Tutoring at St. Anthony's

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  • Photo of Kaneshia Crenshaw

    Mrs. Kaneshia Crenshaw 

    Vice President of Equity & Inclusion
    University of Cincinnati - BSW
    MSW - 2002
    2016

Logo Significance

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  • The outer circle

    ... represents the darkness of the world. The unknown (fear, sin, exclusion or injustice) that exist in our communities.
  • The flame

    ... represents layers of individuality. We all contribute something significant to the light, and our contribution is our choice. As children of faith, we are empowered to be leaders in the image of God.
  • The cross

    ... represents God’s presence at the center of our Existence. He is our Creator, Provider & Protector. The cross reveals our mission (shared in Christ) to be God’s light, love & life - to achieve full communion with Him and all of creation.