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St. Andrew Nativity School

St. Andrew Nativity School is a tuition-free Catholic middle school in the Jesuit tradition committed to serving young people of all faiths from low-income backgrounds. Nativity School cultivates in its students the spiritual, intellectual, and personal strengths that empower them to continue their education toward college and career readiness and become people for others.

Seattle Nativity School

Seattle Nativity School is an independent, Catholic middle school, serving students in grades 6-8 who qualify for the National School Lunch Program. Our mission is aligned with Catholic identity standards and the Jesuit charism of social justice, pursuing collaboration and companionship with our families and community partners. Admission is not limited to Catholics or Christians. …

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Sacred Heart Nativity Schools

Sacred Heart Nativity School for Boys and Our Lady of Grace Nativity School for Girls are urban Catholic middle schools that, in partnership with the Society of Jesus, the Diocese of San Jose, and the Parish of Sacred Heart, seek to educate young men and women to succeed in college preparatory high school programs. The …

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Love, Hope and Mission: Women at the Helm in Jesuit Middle and High Schools

In early February, a few dozen leaders of Jesuit secondary and pre-secondary schools converged in Arizona — where they posed for a picture that tells a tale of change and renewal in the Society of Jesus. In the not-too-distant past, the photo would have depicted an assemblage of men, likely sporting clerical collars; fewer than three decades ago, there wasn’t a single lay person, male or female, among the presidents and principals of schools in the California Province of Jesuits (although a few lay people held those positions in the Oregon Province). But in the photo taken earlier this year at Brophy College Preparatory in Phoenix, the presence of lay collaborators in Jesuit education was palpable — with more than a dozen women arrayed among them.