Since 1548, the Jesuits and their lay collaborators have been at the forefront of education in schools and universities around the world, and since 1954, McQuaid Jesuit has been a part of that tradition.
Formation in a Jesuit school refers to the process of learning and embracing Ignatian Spirituality. Common to Jesuits and Lay Collaborators, formation in Ignatian Identity gives language, meaning, structure and purpose to our lives and the Mission of McQuaid Jesuit.
It is the strength of our school community that empowers each student to be himself while still discovering all the potential he has inside. We strive to help students reflect on who they are, what God calls them to become, and how they answer His call and go forth with courage.
Mini-courses are offered in three sessions comprising ten one-hour sessions over two weeks. Meeting times differ based on the preference of the teacher and are listed in the mini-course description. Each mini-course is $100 and students may register for as many mini-courses as their interests and schedules allow. Instructors will reach out with additional information prior to the start of each course. Mini-courses are not for credit.