2019 Video Year in Review
Guitarist Aidan Bartholet ’21 and trumpeter Ryan Jones ’20 share thoughts on their passion for music and being selected for the Metro 8 District Band.
West Magazinenews highlights the dual championship run for Anthoine Shell '20, Spartan baseball player and football center.
Photo courtesy of Anthoine Shell. Article by Warren Mayes.
Senior Roger Melton recalls the moment he saw his perfect score and shares his future plans.
Michael Mullen '20 signs to play Tier II junior hockey at Jameston, N.Y. upon graduation.
Photo by Dirt and Turf/Jason Schoenig. Article by Warren Mayes.
Anthoine Shell '20 is named Athlete of the Month by Mercy Sports Medicine in recognition of his contributions to two state championship teams with De Smet Jesuit baseball and football.
What. A. Year. Thank you, Spartan Country. Here's a video year in review.
Spartan soccer player Henry Lawlor '20 talks about his journey as a player and being named an All-American.
Story by Warren Mayes, photo by Gordon Radford
Six tips to manage student stress during the holidays from our counseling department.
Cramming for the final exam takes on new meaning as Dr. Baxendale reflects on hope during the Advent season.
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.
An open chat with a recent transfer student about why the move has been so positive.
New and improved approach to make a De Smet Jesuit education affordable for more families.
Our academic curriculum aligns with ACT college and career readiness standards. This infographic depicts statistics about how our students perform on the ACT, which can save tens of thousands of dollars in college.
One mom of three boys opens up about her family's approach to the challenge of paying for private high school...and why it is worth it.