Congratulations to JSerra’s second Olympic qualifier, freshman Kaitlyn Albertoli. At only fifteen years old Albertoli qualified for her first event this past week end in Florida in the 50 Freestyle in a 26.36 and the qualifying time was a 26.39, that’s only three one-hundreds of a second.
A big accomplishment for JSerra swim as both Albertoli and Katie McLaughlin will compete for a spot on the 2012 Summer Olympic team.
For more on JSerra Swim click here.
Students if you are you taking the ACT in April or June consider attending the ACT Bootcamp. Learn all the strategy you will need to succeed on the ACT.
Catalyst’s ACT expert will teach you how to decipher the ACT’s seemingly confusing science passages, how to shortcut ACT math questions that stump 90% of test takers, how to zero in on key information in long, tedious, ACT reading passages.
When: Saturday, March 31 and Sunday, April 1 at
9 a.m.-1 p.m. both days – students should attend both sessions.
Where: JSerra Center Room
Session is $165 per student, this includes both sessions.
Visit http://www.CatalystPrep.com or call 800-235-0056 to register. Visit the counseling center for more information, and visit JSerra Counseling on Facebook.
The JSerra Counseling Department hosted its first annual Case Studies Program where the roles were flipped to allow students and parents to experience what it would be like to be an admissions counselor.
Students and parents were broken up into small groups with college representatives from across the country to make admissions decisions on four students. Students and parents received an insider’s view on the admissions process and what they consider when admitting and denying students.
“We all agreed it was a great program and a very worthwhile evening for all of us. The case study exercise, the summary slide presentation, and the opportunity to talk to the various college representatives were interesting and useful in educating us about the application process and the colleges them selves,” one parent stated.
“My children went away with two new colleges added to their list of potential colleges that were not previously under consideration. Thank you for providing such opportunities for us to learn more about how to help our children succeed in getting into the school(s) of their choice.”
Stay tuned for the next Case Studies Program in Spring 2013.
For more on JSerra Counseling events “Like” them on Facebook.
Special thank you to all of the participants from JSerra at the Swallows Parade, and those who came out to show their support of this annual tradition in San Juan Capistrano.
Click the photo to see a clip of the festivities.
For more on the Swallows day parade click here.
The 2012 Gala Premier is a wrap, and JSerra would like to thank everyone for making the evening a success. A special thanks to the gala committee for their hard work and dedication to JSerra.
To those who attended the evenings festivities thank you for your generous contributions and showing your support to the JSerra community.
While the gala is a wrap take time to recap with photos fresh off the red carpet, visit 2012 Gala Premier.
*By Damian Dottore, Orange County Register
JSerra is a boys golf team filled with potential, having a the most talented lineup of players that Brian Schippel has had since he began coaching the Lions seven years ago.
The Lions still won, posting a 207-251 victory against the Saints, and are off to the best start in school history, improving to 6-3. But to compete in the Trinity League, the Lions have to find a way to get into the 180s.
“They are all good players and they work really hard to prepare. This is by far the most fun that I have had coaching,” Schippel said. “Now, it’s just a matter of learning how to win and have and have five solid scores. They have all done it. But as a group they haven’t done it.”
For the complete story click here.
For upcoming events and results visit JSerra Golf on Facebook.
Campus Ministry invites all students, parents, faculty, and friends to an awesome night of adoration and worship, March 22 in the center room.
Free pizza at 6:15 p.m. followed by adoration, confession, and praise and worship with The Francis band at 7 p.m.
“Last month was the first XLT service at JSerra and the response was one of excitement,” said Francis Cabildo, Campus Ministry Director. Don’t miss the second XLT of the year. Bring your heart and your petitions to Our Lord. This is a beautiful way to deeply prepare for the passion and resurrection of the Lord.
For more info and events visit Campus Ministry on Facebook.