The undefeated JSerra Lions took on the Los Alamitos Griffins on Friday, September 22 at JSerra's Home Varsity Field for the school's annual "Pink Out" game to help support the fight against Breast Cancer. Watch the video highlights and be sure to catch sports writer Dan Albano's latest article about Friday's game in the Orange County Register.
With the OC Register's Varsity Arts coming to an end, reporter Heide Janssen asked Orange County high school teachers to identify colleagues from their campus or other schools who "do great work on behalf of the county's arts students." The following teachers were listed by Music, Visual Arts and Film, and Theatre and Dance. Congratulations!
Steve Breazeale of the Capistrano Dispatch writes about what quarterback Matt Robinson's presence means for the Lions' offense. The senior is averaging 279 passing yards per game — the fifth-highest mark in Orange County.
All prospective families are invited to experience JSerra under the Friday night lights! Families are welcome to bring friends and family to witness our first season of hosting home football games on campus. Come experience our pre-game Fan Zone, video scoreboard, school rock band, and some great football!
Sam Phillippi, 2016 Second-Team All Ivy, is one of the many current Penn standouts to hail from Southern California. Phillippi, along with defensive backs Riley and Connor O'Brien and quarterback Nick Robinson, all played at California powerhouse JSerra Catholic High School.
Director of Campus Ministry Zach Eckert wrote an article for OC Catholic featuring Suness Jones '12, who was selected to represent the interests of young Catholics at a Vatican meeting on the upcoming 2018 World Synod on Young People.
The JSerra Cross Country teams once again showed why they're perennially considered one of California's top teams. Led by sophomore Anthony Grover and junior Peter Herold, the boys squad beat fifty-nine teams to win the overall boys title at the Laguna Hills Invitational last Saturday. Not to be outdone, the girls cross country team opened the season tough. All-State runner junior Nadia Tabriz led the squad, who finished ninth overall.
JSerra Catholic High School's second on-campus home Varsity Football game took place this past Friday, September 8 against Bishop Amat from La Puente, CA. Coached by former NFL player Pat Harlow, the team is now 3-0 having previously defeated Corona del Mar (45-24) and Alemany (48-27). Check out the highlight video!
Take 12 guys from the freshman football team, put them in a room with 37 handbells and a teacher, add a crash course in reading music and before you know it, they're making beautiful music. Kaitlin Wright of the Orange County Register visits JSerra to learn more about the school's first-ever handbell choir....