We welcome students at any stage in their journey.
Families relocate. Circumstances change. And sometimes a new plan is the right choice. Some of our most successful students have transferred to De Smet Jesuit as sophomores, juniors, and even seniors.
It's not too late.
We work with high school students throughout the school year to ensure you are where you belong.
- Class of 2022
When transferring to De Smet, I did not know what to expect. As a military kid I have been to several different schools throughout elementary, middle, and high school. De Smet was my first private and all-boy school I have ever attended. I am super grateful for our faculty and my classmates on making my transition smooth. I could not have asked for a better support group that De Smet possesses.
- Class of 2022
I was a little nervous about considering a transfer. Spending a day on campus helped me get a feel for the school—my tour guide walked me around after school, and I got to meet a few teachers. They made me feel welcome and at ease with my decision.
Just a few of the extra steps we take to ensure your son feels welcome.
Searching for something more for high school? Here's what our transfer students found.
One junior talks about his transfer experience to De Smet Jesuit.
Transferring schools can raise a lot of questions about GPAs, transfer credits, and the social adjustment. We offer some answers.
On this De Smet Press Podcast, Cameron Range '19 talks to California transfer student A.J. Fraser '20 about his adjustment.
Transfer students give their best tips and advice for smooth transition to a new high school.
BA, Spanish, University of Missouri - St. Louis
MEd, Athletics and Activities Administration, William Woods University
BA, Psychology, William Jewell College
MA, Educational Leadership, Maryville University
BA, Philosophy & Religion, Truman State University
M.S, Maryville University