About

At a Glance

Founded in 1821, Gonzaga is a Catholic college preparatory school for boys in grades 9-12. The only Jesuit high school in the District of Columbia, Gonzaga draws inspiration from the spiritual vision of St. Ignatius Loyola and the apostolic and educational tradition of the Society of Jesus. Our mission is to offer a values-oriented and academically challenging curriculum to young men of diverse backgrounds from all over the Washington area.

List of 9 items.

  • Location

    Less than a Mile: Distance from Gonzaga’s campus to the U.S. Capitol building 3: Number of blocks from Gonzaga’s campus to the Union Station Metro stop
  • Student Body

    960: Total enrollment 240: Average number of students in each grade level
    90: Average number of elementary schools represented in each class
  • Academics

    104: Number of honors and AP sections offered
    1285: Average SAT score

  • Faculty

    75: Faculty members 90: Percentage of faculty who hold an advanced degree
    14:1: Student-to-faculty ratio
    20: Average class size
  • Clubs and Activities

    54: Number of clubs offered in 2017-2018, providing outlets for every interest, as well as leadership opportunities
  • Performing Arts

    2: Number of large-scale theater productions put on each year
    5: Number of musical groups, including a chorus, jazz ensemble, and winds ensemble
  • Athletics

    18: Number of sports offered
    41: Number of athletic teams
    More than 80: Percentage of students who participate in a sport each year
  • Campus Ministry and Christian Service

    More than 700: Number of students who participate in Kairos and other class retreats every year
    More than 20,000: Number of student hours spent in service locally, nationally, and internationally every year
  • Tuition and Financial Aid

    $22,850: Tuition for the 2018-2019 school year
    35: Percentage of families who receive financial assistance
    $3.1 million: Amount of aid awarded annually
Educating young men in the Jesuit tradition since 1821