Top tips and summer picks from avid reader and English teacher Robert Bergman '93
Words of gratitude and wisdom shared by Tim Weber '82 at the Baccalaureate Brunch honoring the Class of 2019.
Two graduating seniors answer the question, "Who are you?" with a powerful video.
Working in a warehouse and surrounded by cigarette smoke, lifelong learner Robert Bergman '93 finds one of his greatest teachers.
Connecting with Jesus as He overturns tables, English teacher Robert Bergman '93 reminds us to find God in moments of frustration and simplicity.
Listen online as science teacher Dr. Baxendale explains how thought-provoking questions, live animals, and discussions about God and faith fit into her classrooms in this inaugural radio interview for a new series from WCAT Radio and the Institute for Theological Encounter with Science and Technology.
Man of the Year Sean Gerty '19 advises incoming freshmen to embrace insecurities and be different at De Smet Jesuit High School, a place where such distinctions will make you successful.
Student describes one example of teenage depression and counselor offers tips for managing stress and youth connection hotlines.
Expressing gratitude for grandparents and the love they show for our students and our school.
Alumnus and founder of MO Better Foundation credits lessons he learned and relationships he built while at De Smet Jesuit High School for leading him on a path of lifelong service.
Sometimes leadership emerges quietly. Former track coach, English teacher, and alumnus Robert Bergman '93 acknowledges the unexpected leaders among us.
A mother reflects on being included in the joy of Cory Peterson's State Championship win.
De Smet Jesuit offers college credit courses in seven out of eight departments, and many students take advantage of this cost savings and chance for enhanced academic rigor.
Chris Farrell, now in his last year of Regency at De Smet Jesuit, has left a positive impact on students in his roles as English and Theology teacher, powerlifting coach, and Ignatian pilgrimage and backpack excursion leader.
Spartans gather as a community to set the context for Black History Month, enjoying inspiration and drum celebrations. In this reflection Director of Diversity and Inclusion Catalina Martinez asks the community to choose the road to cultural competence.
John O'Leary '95 shares a touching tribute to his friend and classmate, Scott Wirtz '95.
Superhero aficionado, teacher, and alumnus Robert Bergman '93 observes the enthusiasm, peacefulness, and passion that fuel engagement for teachers and students at De Smet Jesuit.
Spartan alumni talk practical college prep with current seniors. Here is their top 10 list of how to succeed in college.
Spartan Country lights up when a buzzer beater wins the game, lands a place on ESPN SportsCenter Top 10, and starts an avalanche of online love for De Smet Jesuit.
A new role playing game redefines one English classroom and has students engaged and excited. This article by Camden Brazile '19 with photo by Jack Windler '19 first published in the student news publication, The Mirror.
Creativity and "correct" compete and collide in this reflective essay by teacher and alumnus Robert Bergman '93.
Bill Rebholz has held many roles at De Smet Jesuit, from parent of now alumni to current Vice President of Advancement. Here he reflects on circular gratitude that starts with God's grace.
Our learning consultants offer four tips to better prepare for final exams and lower student stress.
Jeremy Kinealy '20, the 2017-2018 Male Youth Bowler of the Year, reflects on what fortitude, teamwork, and love for the sport have meant to him.
Teacher and alumnus Robert Bergman '93 ends up down a different road that began with being cut from a team.
The advantages of studying Latin.
De Smet Jesuit offers several opportunities for high school students to reap the benefits of studying abroad and hosting foreign exchange students with its growing global education program.
De Smet Jesuit High School uses standardized tests like the practice ACT to help predict student academic performance, inform faculty training, dictate curriculum adjustments, and prepare our students for future college readiness and career success.
Student news writer captures the fun and creative outlet of a fellow senior, an improv actor bound for engineering.
Teenage boys benefit from a high school block schedule including reduced stress, more engaging class time, more first-choice classes, improved mental health, and a calmer pace to the day.
Rob Bergman '93, an alumnus and teacher reflects back on his challenging junior service project...and how it later shaped his life.
A teacher and soccer coach explains why he and his team volunteered for a local organization that supports wounded veterans and their families.
Fr. Schroeder, alumnus and Jesuit, returns to De Smet Jesuit as chaplain and reflects on what he really learned here.
Our college counselor explains why a 10-point grading scale benefits students.