Our sincerest thanks to Therese Walsh for volunteering to host a lovely evening at the shore to support Gesu School!
Congratulations to Mary Ryder, Grade Two Teacher at Gesu, who received the “JIMMY” Medal from the SpeakUp! organization on April 9, 2015!
Gesu School is proud of our 38 eighth graders, who graduated on June 10, 2015, and will attend outstanding high schools. We know they will be successful in their future pursuits, and we eagerly anticipate learning of their many accomplishments!
Archbishop John Carroll High School
Gesu School’s extracurricular offerings cultivate unique opportunities for students to build on their academic skills and develop their whole person. This spring, four Gesu student leaders—eighth graders, Christian and Jamaal, and seventh graders, Cierra and Kyheim—represented their sch
A cornerstone of a Gesu education includes character formation, which is intertwined daily with spiritual growth and academics. “We want our children to understand treating others with respect and valuing differences,” states Gesu School President and CEO, Bryan Carter.
Gesu alumni are invited to join us for a reunion!
Date: Sunday, June 14, 2015
Time: 12:30pm - 3:00pm
The 2015 Gesu Gala promises to be a spectacular evening! We eagerly anticipate the event at the National Museum of American Jewish History on May 7, 6-9pm, which includes:
Gesu School’s first-ever One Day Challenge on April 15, 2015, was a tremendous success! Our sincerest thanks to all 508 Gesu friends, families, faculty, staff, alumni, community partners, and donors who supported this effort.
The entire Gesu community mourns the loss of Ms. Shirley Bright, long-tenured 3rd grade Teacher and Director of the Akybra Theater Program and the award-winning Gesu Forensics Team. Ms. Bright touched the lives of so many students in her 25-year career and service to Gesu.