Wednesday, June 20, 2018
Anecdotes

Timeline: Anecdotes

  • April 2, 1943 Anecdotes

    Army-Navy Qualifying Test

    Under government sponsorship the school, in conjunction with about 28,000 other school centers throughout the country, administers the Army-Navy qualifying test for students interested in the Army-Navy college training programs. Fourteen seniors took the test which was supervised by Fr. Mulhern and Mr. Kammer.

  • April 9, 1943 Anecdotes

    General’s Assistant Visits

    Rev. Zachaeus Maher, S.J., asst. to the general of the Jesuits, visits Jesuit as part of an informal tour of Jesuit high schools and universities

  • May 1943 Anecdotes

    School Flag Donated

    A school flag - blue background with school seal in gold and white in the center - was donated by Mr. and Mrs. John N. Desco

    The Roundup 5/26/43

  • September 13, 1943 Anecdotes

    Second Academic Year Begins

    Registration: 185 students, a decrease from last year’s opening number, but an increase over the closing number of last year which was approximately 165.

    Principal's Diary

  • May 1944 Anecdotes

    Yearbook Pictures

    For the first time individual, yearbook style pictures of graduates and Most Valuable Athletes are printed

    The Roundup 5/44

  • June 2, 1944 Anecdotes

    Second Graduation

    The graduating class of 18 remains the smallest in Jesuit history. 16 boys appear in the graduation picture. Patrick Koch, Valedictorian; John Buettner, Salutatorian;

    Mother's Club Scrapbook 44-45

  • June 2, 1945 Anecdotes

    Jesuit Dallas Archives

    Letter From the New Principal Fr. Druhan

    New President/Principal

    Fr. David Ross Druhan, S.J. replaces Fr. Joseph Mulhern, S.J. as President/Principal; Edward Curry, S.J. serves as defacto Principal

    The Roundup 11/45