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AP Literature Students Write Poetry

For the last three years, the final exam project for students in Mr. Siuda’s AP Literature class has been a rather extensive creative writing project. Each student is required to write eight original poems, with each poem representing a particular…

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Giving Day 2020 was one for the History Books!

In an unbelievable show of support and generosity, our community came together to raise $256,135 during Giving Day 2020. The goal heading into this year’s Giving Day, held Monday, June 8, was $215,000. With a focus on tuition assistance, this lofty…

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Register Now for Summer Courses

While COVID-19 has suspended all in-person instruction this summer, we still are offering a variety of classes and programs online. Learn about all our summer offerings which include more than 25 mini-courses being offered for the first time by clicking…

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School Seeking Head Varsity Hockey Coach

With nine Sectional titles and two state titles, McQuaid Jesuit’s hockey program has a storied tradition. The program is now seeking its next head coach to continue this tradition. The Athletics Office is currently accepting resumes and letters of interest…

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RIP: Stuart B. Meisenzahl, ’59

In your prayers, please remember the soul of Mr. Stuart B. Meisenzahl, ’59. Meisenzahl, Stuart B. Stuart B. Meisenzahl, 78, passed away peacefully on May 9, 2020 in Savannah, GA following a long illness. He was surrounded by his loving…

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Gagan Timsina Wins Senior Speech Competition

While there was thought it might not take place due to COVID-19, the 20th annual Pamela Stoffel Speech Competition of McQuaid Jesuit was held virtually. This year’s finalists were: Christian Blatter, Brody Campbell, David Geen, Aiden Nasca, Timothy Oberlies, Michael Pribe,…

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The Cauldron is Now Online

The Cauldron is McQuaid Jesuit’s alumni magazine featuring alumni profiles and updates as well as stories on the life of the school. It is written and produced twice a year by the Advancement Office in conjunction with other offices, departments, and…

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