As hospitals across the United States brace for an ongoing surge in COVID-19 cases, numerous medical students across the country have seen their education take an abrupt turn. JSerra alumna Haley Sherburne, a three-sport athlete from the Class of 2015 and first-year medical student at Washington University School of Medicine St. Louis (Wash U), is one such student.
What Our Graduates Are Doing Now
We prepare our alumni to reach for their goals by developing their interests and providing a wide array of opportunities through challenging classes, extracurricular activities, sports, retreats, and Christian Service.
Read where their paths have led and how JSerra has prepared them for the journey and how they continue to carry Lion Pride in their hearts!
Congrats to Ian Yu ('16), who obtained an internship at Microsoft this past summer and subsequently a job offer to join the prestigious company full-time upon graduating in June 2020.
A freshman at the University of San Diego, Ian Sysyn ('18) has been selected to join an elite team of researchers for a project to study fluid mechanics — an opportunity that he was prepared for thanks to JSerra's Engineering Magnet Program.
When Emily Day graduated from JSerra Catholic High School in 2014, she had no inkling that she'd become one of the nation's youngest female commercial real estate developers just four years later.
"From Mr. Ahle and JSerra, I have learned that a successful life is meaningless if one is not also rich in spirit and morality . . ."
"In medical school interviews, I would tell them about the Medical Magnet Program and the interviewers were always blown away as it's not commonly offered."
"JSerra prepared me for Notre Dame — and life — by showing me that, with a good work ethic and a little elbow grease, I could accomplish anything I set my mind to."
"At JSerra, I saw leadership, work ethic, compassion, discipline, selflessness and teamwork in all their beautiful shades . . . "