What is a typical Walsh Jesuit High School student like? Describe the type of person who should attend Walsh Jesuit High School.

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Anonymous, Student, Walsh Jesuit High School, Class of 2016

The typical Walsh Jesuit student is pretty involved and well rounded. The typical student is involved in athletics, is smart (AP or honors student, 27 ACT or higher) and willing to get involved with service. Walsh is a predominantly white school and majority of the kids are pretty rich- drive a car to school, wears nice clothes, etc. Some kids are a little stuck up, but most are nice if you get to know them.

Anonymous, Student, Walsh Jesuit High School, Class of 2017

A typical person who attends Wlsh Jesuit has three common characteristics. First, the student is active. This can mean the student participates in a school-funded sport, participates in a sport organized outside of the school, or is simply physically active by him or herself. A second general characteristic of a Walsh Jesuit student is intellectually wanting. Many students work hard to master one subject or topic then move on to a more challenging idea. He or she will continue to challenge him or herself academically to receive the most beneficial education. Lastly, being a private, Catholic high school, the vast majority of Walsh Jesuit students live very sheltered lives. Our teachers do their best at exposing us to real-world problems, but most students have not experienced them first-hand. The lack of reality causes many Walsh Jesuit students to not be prepared for the world once we leave the protection of our parents. In retrospect, the three characteristics of a person who should attend Walsh Jesuit High School are being physically active, academically self-challenging, and being inherently conservative.

Anonymous, Student, Walsh Jesuit High School, Class of 2016

The typical Walsh student is interested in school and is eager to learn. I would recommend Walsh to anyone who is looking for a high school education that will give them an advantage in college.

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