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Apr 11 Sibling Day Celebration 2019

This week, we celebrated National Sibling Day by chatting with a few of our seniors about their siblings – what makes them proud, most annoying habits, and so much more. Click through the slideshow below to catch a glimpse of the special bond between siblings.

Apr 3 Student Spotlight – Sammi Bilitz ’19

Loves About Brebeuf The community at Brebeuf is like none I’ve ever seen before. I really love how supportive everyone is; all my teachers are engaged and want to know how I am doing, and people in the hallways wave and smile at me. I also love the diversity at Brebeuf – it’s really important […]

Mar 27 Student Spotlight – Avalon Husain ’19

Loves About Brebeuf I love the warmth in Brebeuf. Every single day, I know there are countless teachers, coaches, and friends who care about me and are always rooting for me. Brebeuf is truly a community; every single person is not simply accepted, but welcomed and cherished with open arms. Future Plans My specific college […]

Mar 13 Student Spotlight – Mary Claire Molloy ’19

Loves About Brebeuf I love how open and loving the Brebeuf community is. In and outside of class, I’ve had so many tough conversations about pressing issues in our country and world today with my peers. That kind of open dialogue is priceless. Likewise, I feel that the Brebeuf teachers and administrators are very good […]

Mar 7 Student Spotlight – Ben Newman ’19

Loves About Brebeuf I love the people that work at Brebeuf, as over these last four years I’ve become pretty close with some of them, especially the ones in the language department even though my Spanish and Latin are trash. Brebeuf’s soccer team has always been great making soccer season by far my favorite time […]

Mar 4 Student Spotlight – Clare Bruen ’19

Loves About Brebeuf I love how everyone is welcomed into the Brebeuf community. It is a community that supports each other in times of celebration and struggle. You can always find someone to laugh with or even teach you math during a PRT. I also love how the faculty gets to know students not only […]

Feb 14 Student Spotlight – Julia Phillips ’19

Loves About Brebeuf I love the student-teacher relationships that are made at Brebeuf. I could sit for an hour in the English office and have a conversation about the most random thing with a teacher. It’s that type of culture that truly makes Brebeuf unique. Future Plans I have wanted to be an architect since […]

Feb 1 Student Spotlight – Alexis Maurer ’19

Loves About Brebeuf I love that the teachers all want their students to succeed. I love the retreats. I love going to school with my sister, Tessa. I love seeing Leo Magid in the hallway. Future Plans I am going to IU next fall and will be majoring in education! I either want to teach […]

Feb 1 Student Spotlight – Katie O’Donnell ’19

Loves About Brebeuf I love walking down the senior hallway and seeing all my classmates and teachers. The people at Brebeuf are what make me love this place; I’m always excited to come to school and see everyone. Future Plans Next year, I plan to go to Indiana University or the University of Notre Dame. In […]

Jan 29 Brebeuf Jesuit Closed January 30, 2019

UPDATE: Due to dangerous weather conditions, Brebeuf Jesuit will be closed tomorrow, January 30, 2019. Students will have a Virtual Learning Day.  Brebeuf Jesuit is approved for the Virtual Learning Day Inclement Weather Option for 2018-19. Virtual Learning Days are meant to help highly integrated schools continue teaching and learning outside the walls of the […]

Jan 11 Student Spotlight – Sophie Manuel ’19

Loves About Brebeuf What isn’t there to love about Brebeuf? The incredibly open and accepting atmosphere, the extreme flexibility you have in making your schedule, the accessibility to talk to your teachers and the countless opportunities to travel abroad and to become a man or woman for others. Additionally, I love how you are able […]

Dec 20 Spring Break Urban Immersion Trip, 2019 – Chicago

Applications are available for the 2019 Spring Break Service/Immersion Trip. When:  Sunday, March 31-Thursday, April 4, 2019  Place:  Chicago, Illinois What:  A variety of experiences ranging from soup kitchens to urban gardening programs. We will also take time to explore significant cultural landmarks and neighborhoods of Detroit. Who:  The trip is open to all Brebeuf […]

Dec 19 Pine Ridge Cultural Immersion and Mission Trip – Deadline Extended to January 21, 2019

Pine Ridge Cultural Immersion and Mission Trip South Dakota June 7-23, 2019 Application Deadline: January 21, 2019 Chaperones:        Karen Beck, Program Director(Spanish teacher – World Languages Department) Brebeuf Chaperone(s) – TBD Michael Dwyer, Japanese teacher, North Central High School (Spouse of Shihling Chui-Dwyer, Brebeuf Jesuit Chinese teacher.  Michael chaperoned Pine Ridge 2017). Spiritual Advisors: […]

Dec 17 Student Spotlight – Reagan Hopp ’19

Loves About Brebeuf The thing I love most about Brebeuf is the schedule. I think it really helps with time management and is especially great for students who need to meet with teachers. Our schedule makes us very unique, and I love showing and explaining it to others. Future Plans I plan on attending Seton […]

Dec 11 Student Spotlight – Amol Kular ’19

Loves About Brebeuf My favorite part of Brebeuf is the community, like a lot of my classmates have said. Being the only kid coming from my middle school in my grade, I thought it would be hard to adjust, but I quickly became friends with teammates on the basketball team freshman year and made close friends through […]

Dec 3 Student Spotlight – Simon Banks ’19

Loves About Brebeuf What I love about Brebeuf is that our school environment is one that pushes you to be successful in your classes. The teachers and administration not only want you to succeed, but they also show that they are just as invested in your education as you are. Future Plans I am currently […]

Nov 27 Final Exam Schedule – Fall 2018

Click the links below to access the Fall 2018 Final Exam Schedules. Important Information Regarding Conflicts with Final Exams Students are asked to double-check the final exam schedule in order to determine whether or not they have a conflict. A conflict is defined as two exams scheduled at the same time or more than three […]

Nov 20 Indiana Department of Education 2017-18 School Accountability Grades

Last week, the Indiana Department of Education released its 2017-18 School Accountability Grades. We were pleased to see that Brebeuf Jesuit received an “A” grade, as we have in every year that the state’s grading system has been in place. The letter grades for high schools are calculated from several factors: Student performance on the […]

Sep 5 Thank You to Andy and Lorna Mohr – A Message from Fr. Bill Verbryke, S.J.

Dear Brebeuf Jesuit Community, Philanthropy Week greetings from Brebeuf Jesuit! This week celebrates two of the core components that are critical to our community—our rich tradition of educating men and women for others, and the loyal, generous donors who bring that tradition to life. Each day this week provides a great opportunity to highlight the […]

Sep 4 #BrebeufDrives is Back for 2018

#BrebeufDrives will return next week with our first collection! For our fall drive, Brebeuf is partnering with the Newcomer Program. The Newcomer Program is an IPS school serving students that are recent immigrants to the United States. This includes refugees and unaccompanied minors. A focus of the program involves teaching academic English, as well as […]