Students in the JSerra Business Magnet Program competed in the FBLA 2020 Southern Section Leadership Conference and placed in the top 10 this past Saturday at Valencia High School in Placentia.
The JSerra Winter Showcase, Seasons, took place last Friday evening at Coast Hills Community Church. With art gallery and performances, JSerra's yearly arts event showcases all fine arts at the school — including Choir, Theater, Orchestra, Rock Band, Jazz Band, Film, TV Broadcast, Graphic Design, Drawing and Painting, and Photography!
Heart of Gold Day began on February 13, 2019 when we launched our inaugural 24-hour day of giving. This annual tradition was created to instill a spirit of joyful giving in the hearts of our students while showing support for JSerra in a special way.
JSerra Catholic High School honored San Diego Padres catcher Austin Hedges ('11) today by retiring his jersey in a ceremony after Mass. JSerra Baseball Head Coach Brett Kay acknowledged Hedges' impact in establishing the highly regarded JSerra Baseball program.
Internationally known guest author Mitch Albom spoke to the JSerra Catholic High School community and nearly 700 visiting guests on Thursday, January 23 about the latest release of his memoir, Finding Chika: A Little Girl, an Earthquake, and the Making of a Family.
JSerra Catholic High School announces that two-time Orange County Coach of the Year (2016 and 2019) and current Track and Field Boys and Girls Head Coach, Chase Frazier, has accepted the additional role as new Head Coach of both Boys and Girls Cross Country teams.
The JSerra Speaker Series is back on Thursday, January 23rd with an internationally-known guest whose books, sports writing, and talks bring an inspiring message of community building, giving, and purpose: Tuesdays with Morrie author Mitch Albom!
Junior Hannah Weinmeister was selected by the Orange County Register for their annual Top 100 Influencers list. The 2019 list also a congressman, state assembly persons, and numerous successful entrepreneurs.
It took 22 hours to travel over 4,000 miles from Southern California to Lima, Peru, and then onto the village of Piura, but for the student missionaries of JSerra's annual Fall Mission Trip, the arduous journey was worth the experience.
The Advanced and AP Drawing and Painting students in the Arts Magnet Program recently completed an amazing global outreach project. The project is sponsored by a non-profit called The Memory Project, which is a program in which U.S. high school art students are asked to create portraits of children in war-torn countries (particularly countries that have had difficult relationships with the US).