About This School
In 2010, Washington Jesuit Academy had 7 students for every full-time equivalent teacher. The District Of Columbia average is 12 students per full-time equivalent teacher.
Student Ethnicity (2010)
Students Per Teacher (2010)
Washington Jesuit Academy Reviews
I am a parent of class 2014, I must comment on the negative feedback of the parent who wrote their review. WJA, is not all African American it is mix, my son was not a troubled kid, he was accepted in.I am very please with the school and teachers I am not saying this for the heck of it.For the two years of attendance,my son has matured into a young man. The boys are prepared for the world of manhood and respect to others. Mr. Washington an excellent Headmaster any concerns you can be directed to him. To all the parents of other cultures this is an excellent school for your sons you will be please sending your son's there,go Panthers.
A remarkable school.
No doubt about it, Washington Jesuit Academy is an exceptional school. For the first time, my son looks forward to going to school. He is excited to talk about what he learned; he is amazed how much material they are covering daily, and how interesting they make it. He has great admiration for all his teachers.
Such is the comment from a ten-year old boy. A remarkable school.
Your best luck in getting your son into this school is if he's physically dark skin and very hard to manage. If you go into the interview promoting how well behaved your son is, and if admissions senses you have a good kid, they won't take him. They thrive on straightening hard to manage boys. 99.5% of their students, in their history are dark skinned black children. Even if your child is light skinned black the odds of getting in are slim. They can't deny this fact. Weirdly enough the staff is majority all white.