Reflecting during Lent can shed light on where we need to plant and where we need to prune.
Through a close reading of culturally sensitive and humanizing literature,
students will develop tolerance and compassion for others. De Smet graduates will be able to think, speak, and write clearly, cogently, and effectively as they enter the world as mature and responsible young men for others. The De Smet Jesuit High School English Department provides a college preparatory curriculum that creates an understanding of the human condition by fostering Ignatian values and ideals through the study of various literary genres.
English teacher Robert Bergman '93 reflects on the unifying power of our personal stories.
A call to connect with one another through times of shared suffering and shared healing...another insightful blog from Robert Bergman, '93.
Robert Bergman ’93 shares how manual labor, the sacrifice of his parents, and a canceled check helped him understand the true worth of his education.
How one teacher manages anxiety after stress landed him in the emergency room.
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