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Lion Life

At JSerra, our sense of family allows students and their parents to build strong and lasting bonds with their fellow classmates and families, teachers, administrators, and the greater community. It’s what makes JSerra truly unique and gives our students a sense of belonging to something bigger than oneself.

We believe that student involvement accomplishes several personal, academic, and spiritual goals. Outside the school day, it allows students to develop and cultivate their God-given talents and gifts. It also helps them develop friendships, improve grades and commitment to the school community, and feel connected. We offer a wide range of clubs and activities, and our programs are innovative, supportive, and meet the needs of every student’s mind, body, and soul.

Beyond our clubs, our campus is always busy with school-sponsored activities. We have several school dances each year, incredible musical productions, multiple pep rallies, and lunchtime activities. JSerra is not only an academically rigorous and Christ-centered community but it's also a fun community that honors year-round traditions. Whether retreats, athletics, clubs, activities or student government, each student finds his or her purpose and passion by participating in life at JSerra.

We also offer parents and guardians a number of year-round educational events including Coffee with Courtney, the JSerra Speaker Series, and mini-retreats — not to mention social events hosted by the JSerra Parent Association (JSPA) such as private cooking classes, the annual JSPA Christmas Luncheon and Boutique, wine nights, and more.


Annual Traditions and Daily Life

Click on any of the thumbnails below to get a glimpse of Lion life throughout a school year.

Crowd excitedly cheering for a football team at night.
Three teenagers in polo shirts with a blonde lady who is their moderator for the club %22Read 2 Heal.%22
Two girls with brown hair in red sweaters take Eucharist from a priest.
Teenagers building a framework of a house in a small Peruvian village.
A male teen and female teen play a game together on a football field.
Teen girl has her face painted for Fat Tuesday.
A lady with white hair uses a Q-Tip to mark a cross with ashes on a blonde teen's forehead.
Crowd shot of Prom at the House of Blues.
High school graduates in red and white caps and gowns in line to pick up their diplomas.
Confetti canons shoot out thousands of tiny pieces of confetti.
White Out Spirit 2021 crowd in stands.

"There's always something fun going on. Our teachers and staff work really hard to provide a memorable high school experience for us."

~ Lauren '22


Traditions to Look Forward to

  • Senior Paint Spots
  • Welcome Back Dance
  • Homecoming
  • Club Rush
  • Blackout (Football)
  • Awareness Week
  • Quarterly Spirit Week
  • Pinkout (Football)
  • Operation Christmas Love Toy Drive
  • Pajama Drive
  • Deck the Halls
  • Ugly Sweater Day
  • Kids4Kids Christmas Party
  • Snow Day
  • Teens 4 Jeans Drive
  • Winter Formal
  • Whiteout (Basketball)
  • Fat Tuesday
  • Hoos'Gow
  • Swallows Day Parade
  • Cominghome
  • College Declaration Day
  • Prom
  • Senior Catalina Trip
  • Senior Camino
  • Senior Plunge
  • Grad Nite