Walsh Jesuit High School

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Walsh Jesuit High School
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Walsh Jesuit High School
4550 Wyoga Lake Road

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44224-1059

Coordinates 41°11′33″N81°29′46″W / 41.19250°N 81.49611°W / 41.19250; -81.49611 Coordinates: 41°11′33″N81°29′46″W / 41.19250°N 81.49611°W / 41.19250; -81.49611
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Type Private, co-educational, college preparatory
MottoMen and Women for and with Others
Religious affiliation(s) Roman Catholic
Established1964;57 years ago (1964)
PresidentKarl Ertle
PrincipalSean Lynch ‘94
Faculty80
Grades 912
Enrollment1,010 (2018-19)
Campus size110 acres (45 ha)
Color(s) Maroon and Gold   
AthleticsBaseball, basketball, bowling, cheerleading, cross country, football, golf, hockey, lacrosse, soccer, softball, swimming and diving, tennis, track, volleyball, and wrestling
Team nameWarriors
Rival Hoban Knights
Accreditation North Central Association of Colleges and Schools
Publication"The Trek" (yearbook) 'The Sketch (literary magazine)
NewspaperThe Pioneer
Tuition$12,700.00 (2020-21)
Affiliation Jesuit (U.S. Midwest Province)
Website www.walshjesuit.org

Walsh Jesuit High School is a private, Jesuit high school in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, United States. Founded in 1964, the school was funded by a gift from and named after Cornelius and Jane Walsh. From 1964-1990, it was an all-boys' school. In 1991, the decision was made to transition the school into a coeducational institution.

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It is a member of the Jesuit Schools Network with a motto of “Men and Women for and with Others,” instilling the spirit of St. Ignatius Loyola—-AMDG—-in her students. Walsh Jesuit is known as an outstanding college preparatory school, and is consistently ranked as the number one school in Northeast Ohio for college scholarships in the Crain’s Business publication. The campus is 110 acres and is just minutes from the Cuyahoga Valley National Park, which is frequently used by the school community for both study and recreation.

The school’s patron saints are the Jesuit North American martyrs and the beautiful Chapel of the North American Martyrs is named in their honor.

Athletics

Walsh Jesuit has won 39 Ohio High School Athletic Association state championships. [1] [2] Walsh Jesuit currently competes in the Crown Conference, since the beginning of the 202122 school year. Walsh Jesuit was previously a member of the North Coast League from 2011 to 2020.

State championships

Notable alumni

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