The publication "What Makes a Jesuit School Jesuit," available below comes from the Jesuit Conference. JSEA has developed the other publications to assist its members in promoting the Ignatian vision of education within their institutions.
An instrument designed to help Jesuit schools and review teams focus their efforts to document the Jesuit Catholic identity and excellence of the schools.
A planning workbook inviting schools to reflect systematically on the challenges that Jesuit high schools should be prepared to face in the years ahead. The planning book is the result of the Board-initiated Think Tank on Jesuit High Schools for the 21st Century.
A program of resources for faculty faith development within the context of a Jesuit school.
A compendium of major documents on the Ignatian vision for Jesuit schools during the first 25 years of the Jesuit Schools Network’s existence.
In 2014, the Jesuit Secondary Education Association (now the Jesuit Schools Network) commissioned a study of recent presidential transitions in Jesuit schools to identify trends and best practices. The study resulted in a comprehensive Handbook on directions and approaches about searches and tra
The Relationship between Jesuit Schools and the Society of Jesus
Distinguishing Criteria for Verifying the Jesuit Nature of Contemporary Schools