Student Life


Cura Personalis - Care For The Whole Person

Walsh Jesuit’s Wellness Program was established in the 2014-2015 school year in response to growing concerns from students and parents regarding the mental and physical health of students. The Wellness Program has since evolved to include initiatives for our students and faculty aimed at promoting our mission of Cura Personalis; care of the whole person.

As of the 2021-2022 school year, Walsh Jesuit has furthered its 2014 commitment by hiring a full time Director of Wellness. Under new direction, the Wellness Program looks forward to enhancing our school culture of care and proactivity regarding the health, safety, and well-being of our community. The Wellness Program’s efforts seek to educate and empower all individuals in our school community to take ownership of their mental, emotional, physical, social, cultural, environmental, and spiritual well-being.

Background to Wellness Initiative

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  • 2014 - 2015

    During the 2014-15 school year, Walsh Jesuit began a review of its drug and alcohol policy. Disciplinary cases revealed a diminution in the concern expressed by students in their attitudes toward drugs and alcohol use.
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  • A Year of Study

    Walsh Jesuit decided to widen the scope of its examination beyond simply drug and alcohol or emotional wellness issues. 
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Student Wellness Initiative 2015 - 2016

Note: The Student Wellness Initiative programs represent new approaches taken by the school in addressing the overall wellness of the Walsh Jesuit student body. It does not include the current programming that is already available.

Wellness Resources

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    Mrs Ashley (Knox) Frye 08

    Director of School Counseling & Wellness
    Kent State University - M. Ed., LPC

Our Mission

As a Christ-centered community, we strive to be Men and Women for and with Others.


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