Despite challenging circumstances, our students and community rose to challenge: 560 gifts were made for a total of $116,000 in vintage Spartan fashion.
De Smet Jesuit Alumni
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.
To reconnect with your alma mater and/or learn more about upcoming alumni events,
please refer to the tabs on the left. For any questions/comments or further information, you can always email firstname.lastname@example.org.
DE SMET JESUIT CHRISTMAS DECORATIONS WEBSHOP
Merry Christmastime! The De Smet Jesuit Alumni Association welcomes you to its Christmas Decorations Webshop!!! As Men for Others faced with COVID-19 social distancing obligations, we have pivoted from our annual Christmas Tree Lot to this convenient format made possible by our friends at Three Rivers Wreath & Plant Company. We hope you will find a variety of beautiful, fresh-cut, seasonal decorations that warm your heart during this wonderful time of year! Please share our weblink with family and friends and invite them to explore our selection of fragrant, evergreen wreaths, swags, garland, and decorative centerpieces. All will be shipped directly to you and yours. And each purchase will help the Alumni raise scholarship funds for our DeSmet Jesuit community. Thank you for your kind patronage!
May God bless you and keep you! - The De Smet Jesuit Alumni Association
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Story by Jen Roberts
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