Top Jesuit Secondary Education Association (JSEA) Private Schools in California

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  • For the 2020 school year, there are 8 top private schools in California belonging to the Jesuit Secondary Education Association (JSEA), serving 6,808 students.
  • The Jesuit Secondary Education Association (JSEA) was founded in 1970 upon the dissolution of the Jesuit Educational Association (JEA) in order to care for the particular needs of the Jesuit secondary school apostolate in the United States. JSEA initiates programs and provides services that enable its member schools to sustain their Ignatian vision and Jesuit mission of educational excellence in the formation of young men and women of competence, conscience and compassion.
  • You can also find more schools membership associations in California.

Top Jesuit Secondary Education Association (JSEA) Private Schools (2020)

  • School Location Grades Students
  • Bellarmine College Prep School
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    All-boys (Roman Catholic)
    960 W Hedding St
    San Jose, CA 95126

    Grades: 9-12 | 1,651 students
  • Cristo Rey High School
    (Roman Catholic)
    8475 Jackson Road
    Sacramento, CA 95826

    Grades: 9-12 | 333 students
  • Jesuit High School
    All-boys (Roman Catholic)
    1200 Jacob Lane
    Carmichael, CA 95608

    Grades: 9-12 | 1,084 students
  • Loyola High School
    All-boys (Roman Catholic)
    1901 Venice Blvd
    Los Angeles, CA 90006

    Grades: 9-12 | 1,242 students
  • St. Andrews Episcopal Parish Da
    Daycare / Preschool (Episcopal)
    4816 Glen St
    La Mesa, CA 91941

    Grades: PK-K | 143 students
  • 2001 37th Avenue
    San Francisco, CA 94116

    Grades: 9-12 | 1,478 students
  • Verbum Dei High School
    All-boys | Special Program Emphasis (Roman Catholic)
    11100 S Central Ave
    Los Angeles, CA 90059

    Grades: 9-12 | 312 students
  • 34200 Cook St
    Palm Desert, CA 92211

    Grades: 9-12 | 565 students
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