Jesuit schools plant seeds in students which grow throughout their lives. Father Bill Muller, S.J., talks about the transformative power of education in the Ignatian tradition which encourages students to go beyond academic excellence to become "contemplatives in action."
K-8 schools are part of several Jesuit-led parishes in our Province. To find out more about each school, click on the links below:
In 2001, the California Province, the Diocese of San Jose, and Sacred Heart Parish partnered to open Sacred Heart Nativity School for Boys. Here, boys in grades 6-8 can realize their potential to do college preparatory work. In fall 2006, the Sacred Heart campus saw the opening of another Province-sponsored middle school: Our Lady of Grace Nativity School for Girls. The Nativity School model aims to provide quality educational opportunities for at-risk students from low-income families. To learn more about both these schools, click on the link below: