|Jesuit College Preparatory School of Dallas|
|Province:||New Orleans Province|
|Address & Contact Information|
|Address:||12345 Inwood Road|
Jesuit College Preparatory School of Dallas is a Jesuit high school for young men that is located in the United States in Dallas, Texas. It is in the New Orleans Province of the Society of Jesus, was founded in 1942, and operates independently of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Dallas.
- Fr. Pat Koch S.J. 1944 - Student, Teacher, Principal, and President at Jesuit Dallas (deceased).
- Pat Schnitzius 1945 - Current proprietor of Bartush-Schnitzius Foods Company, Prominent Dallas business leader
- J.D. Roberts 1950 - Football Player at the University of Oklahoma, 1953 Outland Trophy winner, Head Coach of the New Orleans Saints, 1970-1972
- Jan Collmer 1952 - Nationally recognized aerobatics pilot and President of the Frontiers of Flight Museum at Dallas Love Field.
- Terry Golden 1962 - President/CEO of Host Hotels & Resorts; former Administrator of the United States General Services Administration
- Bill DeOre 1965 - Nationally syndicated staff political cartoonist for Dallas Morning News
- Patrick M. Walsh 1973 - U.S. Navy Admiral, Vice Chief of Naval Operations; Former Blue Angels pilot
- Chris Donahue 1977 - Academy Award winning producer of the live action short film Visas and Virtue
- Rob Snyder 1980 - Chairman, Stream Energy (Dallas) and former soccer player for the University of Notre Dame
- Michael McCaul 1980 - U.S. Representative from Texas's 10th congressional district, since 2005.
- Ryan Cabrera 2000 - Pop Musician
- Kenny Cooper 2003 - Professional soccer player signed by Manchester United out of high school and currently playing for FC Dallas of Major League Soccer
- Official website for Jesuit College Preparatory School of Dallas
- Jesuit Dallas Museum Website
- Jesuit College Preparatory School of Dallas Profile
12345 Inwood Road; Dallas, Texas 75244-8094.(972) 387-8700
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