List of Jesuit educational institutions

The Jesuits (Society of Jesus) in the Catholic Church have founded and managed a number of educational institutions, including the notable secondary schools, colleges, and universities listed here.

Fenwick Hall at the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, Massachusetts

Some of these universities are in the United States where they are organized as the Association of Jesuit Colleges and Universities. In Latin America, they are organized in the Association of Universities Entrusted to the Society of Jesus in Latin America.

List of Jesuit universities edit

This list includes four-year colleges and universities operated by the Society of Jesus. The currently listed total on this page is 189 colleges and universities. Paul Grendler has authored a history of Jesuit schools and universities from 1548 to 1773. In it, he notes that the Jesuits had established over 700 colleges and universities across Europe by 1749, with another hundred in the rest of the world, but in the aftermath of the Jesuit suppressions of the 18th and 19th centuries, all these schools were closed. The following schools were established in the post-suppression period.[1] Secondary schools, along with sixth forms, are contained in the listing following this one. The listings are in alphabetical order by country.

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Germany (4) edit

Guatemala (1) edit

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Madhya Pradesh edit

St. Xavier's College of Education, Ambikapur Loyola College, Kunkuri

Maharashtra edit

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Loyola College, Chennai

Tamil Nadu edit

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St. Xavier's College, Kolkata

West Bengal edit

Indonesia (3) edit

Iraq (1) edit

Pontifical Gregorian University, Rome

Italy (5) edit

Sophia University, Tokyo

Japan (2) edit

Kenya (1) edit

Université Saint-Joseph, Beirut

Lebanon (1) edit

Madagascar (4) edit

Malta (1) edit

Mexico (7) edit

Myanmar(2) edit

Nepal (1) edit

New Zealand (1) edit

Universidad del Pacifico, Peru

Nicaragua (1) edit

Paraguay (1) edit

Peru (2) edit

Philippines (8) edit

Ateneo de Davao University, Philippines
Ateneo de Naga University, Philippines
Ateneo de Zamboanga University, Philippines

Poland (1) edit

Romania (1) edit

South Korea (1) edit

Spain (8) edit

Taiwan (1) edit

Thailand (1) edit

  • Xavier Learning Community (XLC), Chiang Rai, Thailand

Timor-Leste (1) edit

United Kingdom (2) edit

United States (29) edit

Georgetown University, Washington, D.C.
Boston College, School of Theology and Ministry

Uruguay (1) edit

Venezuela (3) edit

Zambia (1) edit

Zimbabwe (1) edit

List of Jesuit secondary schools edit

Below are listed notable Jesuit high schools or secondary schools, many of which grew into Jesuit colleges or universities, or formed in association with them. This list includes schools at the sixth form level, as distinguished from four-year colleges and universities (above).

Xavier College, Melbourne, chapel
Kollegium Kalksburg
Sint-Jozefscollege, Turnhout
St. John's College, Belize, chapel
Colegio Mayor de San Bartolomé, Bogotá
Lycée Sainte-Geneviève, Versailles
Kollegs St. Blasien, Black Forest
St. Xavier's Loyola Hall, Ahmedabad
Holy Family, Mumbai
St. Xavier's High School, Mumbai
St. Ignatius, Rio de Janeiro
St. Aloysius, Mangalore
Campion School, Bhopal
St. Vincent's, Pune
St. Xavier's, Bhiwadi
St. Mary's Dindigul
St. Joseph's, Darjeeling
Clongowes Wood, Kildare
Hiroshima Academy
Loyola Jesuit College, Abuja
Casp-Sacred Heart, Barcelona
San Estanislao de Kostka, Málaga
Inmculada, Gijon
Stonyhurst, Lancashire
Loyola School, New York City
Gonzaga, Washington
St. Ignatius, Chicago
St. Louis U. High
Loyola Academy, Wilmette, Illinois
Brophy Prep chapel
Loyola, Los Angeles
St. George's, Harare

Albania edit

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  • Celia Mendez Mbanza-Kongo

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  • Collège Libermann, Douala, Cameroon

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Chad edit

  • Collège St François Xavier, Ndjamena, Chad

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  • Abay Mado Catholic Academy, Bahir Dar City, Amhara State

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Jharkhand edit

Karnataka edit

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Madhya Pradesh edit

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Jesuit Schools in Greater Mumbai:

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Indonesia edit

Iraq edit

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Madagascar edit

Malawi edit

  • Loyola Jesuit Secondary School, Malawi, Kasungu

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Mozambique edit

  • St. Ignatius Loyola High School, Msaladzi

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Puerto Rico edit

Xavier High School, New York

Romania edit

Rwanda edit

South Sudan edit

  • Loyola Secondary School, Wau, South Sudan

Spain edit

Sri Lanka edit

Tanzania edit

Timor-Leste edit

  • St. Ignatius of Loyola College (Colegio de Santo Inasio de Loiola - CSIL), Kasait, Ulmera, Liquiça, Timor Leste
  • Our Lady of Fatima Catholic Secondary School (Escola Secundaria Católica Nossa Senhora de Fátima), Railaco, Ermera, Timor Leste

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St. Ignatius College Prep, Chicago

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See also edit

References edit

  1. ^ Grendler, Paul F. "Jesuit Schools and Universities in Europe 1548–1773." Brill Research Perspectives in Jesuit Studies 1.1 (2018): 1-118.