High school is so much more than a classroom.
Laughter. Friendships. Hobbies. Leadership. Fun. Service. Talent. Food.
Yes, food. Burger Club, Spanish Club, and Asia Club are just a few groups who incorporate delicious treats into their gatherings that are also rich with camaraderie. For many of our students, it is here, outside the classroom, where their favorite memories and strongest transformations occur.
Visit our Clubs and Activities webpage to glimpse the array of extra curricular options for students to enjoy. View the student-created videos below to see where De Smet Jesuit and our students really come to life.
Brotherhood and Community by Ethan Becher '21 and Dylan Bell '20
Leadership by Connor Clancy '21 and George Lane '21
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.
What. A. Year. Thank you, Spartan Country. Here's a video year in review.
Students honor fallen Spartans on Veterans Day, and Mrs. Wirtz shares her gratitude.
Pancakes, spikeball, dress down days, and live TV. What's not to love about Spartanfest?
Spartans compete in Show Me Mock Trial Tournament
Boys often learn best through activity...even when it comes to lessons on loving and brotherhood.
Science teacher and Big Draw organizer Gene Bender gave these remarks before announcing the 2019 Big Draw winners.
Students learn about state government during hands on summer program.
Students create quilt blocks and ride bike in art class to learn more about multiple sclerosis.
Ian Warren '20 and Tommy DiMaggio '20 are interviewed by Art Holliday and Jennifer Blome for their service with the Visiting Nurse Association Hospice Care. Link to radio interview and check in at 31:20 to hear these Spartans.
Students tour alumni-owned Lowell Manufacturing.
Student newspaper at De Smet Jesuit wins recognition for third straight year.
Thirty students sharpen their knowledge of history, current events, popular culture, and more in strong season.
Thespians bring home another championship,
Spartans enjoy fun activities during Mission Week while also raising awareness and collecting money for selected charities.
Justin Reynolds '19 exemplifies Spartan leadership as president of Student Government and captain of the hockey team. By Warren Mayes.
A St. Louis charitable campaign selected artwork by Kyle Matthes '20 to help raise awareness for the 100 Neediest Cases.
Spartans tour New York City to enjoy the sites, network with alumni, and explore the reality of future careers in business.
Our robotics team goes 5-0-0 in the Rover Ruckus game to start season strong.
Spartans travel to Washington, D.C., to discuss feminism, criminal justice, and other social justice topics as they network with Jesuit peers.
Spartans for Heroes, a new student-driven club, welcomes an Army veteran to share his wisdom and stories for the inaugural event.
Two juniors connect with an elderly patient in their work with Visiting Nurse Association Hospice Care.
Student news writer captures the fun and creative outlet of a fellow senior, an improv actor bound for engineering.
Sophomores spend a day at Camp Wyman to strengthen class unity, work together, and build trust in each other.
Sophomores spend one day of their Ascent experience serving various sites throughout the city including community gardens, food pantries, and senior centers.
From Mass to the ballgame, our choir shares their gift.
Recap of Odyssey 1 for the Class of 2022