- Will I fit in at JSerra if I am not Catholic?
- Does JSerra have good academic programs?
- Is my son or daughter able to play a sport?
- What if my son or daughter is not interested in sports?
- Is financial assistance available for families?
- WHAT ARE FINANCIAL GRANTS BASED ON?
- DO I HAVE TO PAY BACK THE FINANCIAL GRANT I'M AWARDED?
- How does JSerra handle disciplinary problems?
- WHAT IS JSERRA'S CELL PHONE POLICY?
JSerra Catholic High School proudly welcomes students of all faiths and religious backgrounds. Currently, 55% of our student body identifies themselves as Catholic while the other half embraces different religious backgrounds and teachings. The mission of JSerra is not to convert students to the Catholic faith but rather to help each student grow in their own journey of faith and in their own spirituality. Each student, regardless of faith background, is required to attend our weekly school Mass and take four years of religion courses.
At the heart of JSerra's mission is our commitment to form young men and women in the areas of faith, intellect, and character. We strongly believe that one of the ways to grow in character is the opportunity to play a sport and interact with other students in a team environment.
With 23 CIF sports, JSerra not only thrives competitively in the Trinity League but also offers no-cut programs in every sport. Providing multiple levels within each sport allows each student the opportunity to play in high school regardless of their skill level. JSerra also encourages our student-athletes to play multiple sports and our coaches work together to make this a smooth transition.
That's perfectly fine! Not every student that attends JSerra chooses to participate in an athletic program. JSerra offers fine arts programs and close to 50 different clubs, offering something of interest for everyone. To view a list of our current clubs, please click here.
All families requiring financial help are encouraged to submit a Financial Grant application. Over $3.1 million in grants was awarded to families for the 2016-2017 academic year. Learn more about financial grants here.