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.