Universities and Schools


Georgetown University
37th and O Streets, NW
Washington, DC 20057
Located on the banks of the Potomac in Washington DC, Georgetown University is the country's oldest Catholic and Jesuit university.

Loyola University Maryland
4501 North Charles St.
Baltimore, MD 21210
Founded in 1852, Loyola University Maryland was the first U.S. Jesuit college to bear the name of the Jesuits' founder, St. Ignatius Loyola. In 1971 Loyola merged with Mt. St. Agnes College and became co-educational.

Saint Joseph’s University
5600 City Ave.
Philadelphia, PA 19131
Saint Joseph's University, founded in 1851, is located on 65 acres in the suburbs west of Philadelphia.

The University of Scranton
800 Linden St.
Scranton, PA 18510
The University of Scranton was established as St. Thomas College in 1888. In 1938, it was renamed The University of Scranton and in 1942, when the Jesuits took it over from the Christian Brothers, it joined the ranks of Jesuit colleges and universities in the United States.


Cristo Rey Jesuit High School
420 S. Chester Street
Baltimore, MD 21231
Co-ed college prep school opened in 2007, it offers a unique work-study program for all its students. Cristo Rey Jesuit is part of the national Cristo Rey Network of high schools.

Cristo Rey Atlanta
680 West Peachtree Street, NW 
Atlanta, GA 30308
Cristo Rey Atlanta Jesuit High School welcomed it's first students in September 2014.

Georgetown Preparatory School
10900 Rockville Pike 
North Bethesda, MD 20852
Founded in 1789 by Archbishop John Carroll, Georgetown Prep is the oldest Catholic school for boys in the U.S. and is the country's only Jesuit boarding school.

The Gesu School 
1700 W. Thompson St. 
Philadelphia, PA 19121
Located adjacent to St. Joseph's Prep, the Gesu School is a co-ed, Catholic, pre-K through 8th grade school administered by the Jesuits and the Immaculate Heart of Mary Sisters to serve the children of low-income families in North Philadelphia.

Gonzaga College High School
19 Eye St., NW
Washington, DC 20001
Gonzaga College High School was founded as the Washington Seminary in 1821 and received its charter from Congress in 1858. This all-boys' school is located near Capitol Hill.

St. Ignatius Loyola Academy
300 E. Gittings St.   
Baltimore, MD 21230 

St. Ignatius Loyola Academy, founded in 1993, provides boys from low-income families with an excellent tuition-free education in grades six through eight.  Our eleven-month program prepares our students for admission to and success in riorous college-preparatory high schools, with 98% receiving a high school degree and 88% enrolling in college.  Beginning in 2016, the Academy will add a fifth grade.

St. Joseph's Preparatory School
1733 Girard Ave.
Philadelphia, PA 19130
St. Joseph's Prep, founded in 1851, offers a college prep education for approximately 900 boys and is the site of the Victorian-era Church of Gesu.

Loyola Blakefield 
PO Box 6819
Towson, MD 21285
Loyola Blakefield, grades six through twelve, was established in 1852 at the same time as Loyola College (now University). Since 1933, the school has been on its present campus north of Baltimore.

Scranton Preparatory School
1000 Wyoming Ave.
Scranton, PA 18509
Scranton Prep was founded as an all-boys school in 1944. It became co-educational in 1971 when a fire destroyed Marywood Seminary, a local girls' school.

The Washington Jesuit Academy 
900 Varnum Street, NE 
Washington, DC 20017 
The Washington Jesuit Academy opened its doors in 2002 and offers an intensive, rigorous, tuition-free education to economically disadvantaged boys in grades six through eight.


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