Founded in 1945, Memorial is the only Catholic high school in the greater Fresno area that is part of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Fresno.
Celebrating 70 years of Faith, Learning and Service
Through our Science, Technology, Engineering, Agriculture and Math (STEAM) curricular focus, we’re creating relevant, engaging learning experiences to develop future-ready students who can employ critical thinking skills and solve real-world problems.
STEAM focus prepares students for college, career success
We believe in developing 21st-century skills, promoting intellectual curiosity and encouraging critical thinking. Students excel through challenging honors and Advanced Placement courses.
When Memorial students graduate, they are fully equipped to deal with the rigors of even the most select universities.
SJM’s 1:1 iPad program is an education game changer. With 1:1 learning, students have access to digital-age tools throughout the school day and at home, across all subject areas.
l:l Computing drives digital-age learning
The Antonio and Juliet Campos International Academy, our boarding program that prepares global students with a world-class education, prepares them for the demands of top universities in the U.S. and abroad. Along the way, international students develop long-lasting friendships and enjoy California’s breathtaking locales.
First boarding school in California’s Central Valley
The values and practices of the Catholic faith are embedded in the Memorial experience. Students reap deep spiritual growth through religion classes, campus ministries, retreats and service opportunities.
Faith makes all things possible – All faiths welcome
By extending themselves to others through community service, SJM students not only bless the receivers, they gain awareness of the circumstances affecting the disenfranchised, develop practical skills and grow in solidarity.
Service to other drives understanding and growth
SJM prepares students for college and 21st century careers through a small-school educational experience that includes academic rigor and digital-age learning. 99% of our students go on to attend college.
Rigorous college prep coursework, small-school environment