Annual contributions to The Spartan Fund directly and immediately impact the lives of De Smet Jesuit students. From textbooks to retreats to class rings, there are many aspects of student life that are accessible to students because of the resources your annual gifts provide. Even though the education that takes place in the classrooms of De Smet Jesuit is the central focus of a student’s years with us, our supporters understand that the opportunities available beyond the classroom play an equally important role in the formation of our young men. Be assured that your gifts to The Spartan Fund are “at work” every day transforming the lives of students. Thank you for your continued support.
Ryan Moore '20, Editor-in-Chief of the De Smet Mirror, recaps the football team's unforgettable undefeated season and state championship game.
Recap of the Soccer Spartans' hard-fought state championship victory. Story by Jim Faasen, photos by Gordon Radford.
Story by Jim Faasen, photos by Tim Vizer
Students honor fallen Spartans on Veterans Day, and Mrs. Wirtz shares her gratitude.
Spartans defeat defending state champion CBC to advance to the State Quarterfinals. Link to the article by Dave Kvidahl, photos by Rick Ulreich.
Spartans win the Class 4 District 5 soccer championship! Opening photo by Alex Behm '22. Link to story by Jim Faasen of STLhighschoolsports.com
Pancakes, spikeball, dress down days, and live TV. What's not to love about Spartanfest?
Spartans compete in Show Me Mock Trial Tournament
Three members join De Smet Jesuit Hall of Fame
Boys often learn best through activity...even when it comes to lessons on loving and brotherhood.
Johnson helps Spartans get off to a 5-0 start
The school community offers blessings for juniors beginning year-long service projects during the Missioning Mass on September 16.
Students conduct a waste audit to learn more about our recycling efforts. This article earned The Mirror its first Best of SNO recognition for the 2019-2020 school year. Story by Ryan Moore '20, Editor-in-Chief.
Juniors spend a day in training before they head to community organizations where they will serve every Monday afternoon this year.
Students learn about state government during hands on summer program.
From the 2019 preseason rankings countdown: Large schools series
Story by David Kvidahl, photo by Randy Kemp
The staff of the student newspaper, The Mirror, introduces the new faculty. Photo by Kevin Berns '87. Story by Jack Venneman '21, Web Editor.
Tackling the challenge of teenagers who may be addicted to cell phones, our Dean of Students offers tips on how high school boys can control their usage of smart phones.
Alex Lindley '11 and his "Project Wake Up" team have created a documentary about suicide prevention.
After being held in a Syrian prison during his travels around the world, Sam Goodwin was released and is safely back home.