More than just "where you went to high school..."
With nearly 10,000 living Alumni across the world, each graduate of De Smet Jesuit High School carries with them the Ignatian motto of being "Men for Others" and epitomizing the principles of the "Graduate at Graduation."
From the first Class of 1971 to today, De Smet Jesuit strives to be more than just a place our alums went to high school; it's Spartan Country. It's their second home.
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Alumni in the News
Story by Joseph Kenny, photo by Lisa Johnston
Despite challenging circumstances, our students and community rose to challenge: 560 gifts were made for a total of $116,000 in vintage Spartan fashion.
Blake Ahearn '03 joins Memphis Grizzlies staff as assistant coach
John O'Leary '95 discusses the graces of self-isolation and releasing a new book during the pandemic.
Story by Jen Roberts
Class of 1978 Charles Dubuque owns a local coffee shop featured by Fox2 Now for its recent response to working through the coronavirus pandemic.
- Class of 2018
De Smet gave me a foundation for academic success that has lived on into my first year at UMKC School of Dentistry. Without De Smet I’m not sure I would be on the path to become a DDS in 2026.
- Class of 1997
- History Teacher
I chose De Smet because it was a good fit for academics and extracurriculars. When I arrive on campus I feel comfortable, similar to walking into home. My favorite part of working here is seeing my students and my runners.
- Director of Special Events
As a parent of five Spartans, I cannot speak highly enough of De Smet Jesuit and the formation of young men. Our sons each had unique experiences that could have only taken place in a community such as De Smet Jesuit, where each young man is encouraged.