Katie Koestner, national expert on student safety and wellness issues, provides a comprehensive look at the risks your teens may face.
As we head into semester exams, we reflect on the life and legacy of Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Openings include Vice Principal for Professional Development & Instructional Technology and Dual Credit Statistics Teacher (long-term maternity sub).
As the new Solicitor for the U.S. Department of Labor, Kate O'Scannlain '95 will play an instrumental role in shaping national policy and reviewing labor regulations.
On January 6, more than 50 notable alumni of Jesuit's nationally-recognized drama program return to celebrate the Alex L. Parks Performing Arts Center's 20th anniversary with special performances.
Campus Minister Don Clarke told this story to the students last Friday on the December Coed Encounter, on the Feast of the Immaculate Conception. It is a Christmas story, but it is also a Mary tale and a Resurrection song.
Seniors Emma Treasure, Sophia Braun, and Sydney Collins are selected as High School All-Americans, and Head Coach Steve Fennah is named the 6A Coach of the Year.
The JHS food drive, now in its 49th year, not only helps families during Christmas but also provides non-perishable foods for local food banks.
Senior Trey Lowe '18 is named the 2017-18 Gatorade Oregon Football Player of the Year for his achievement on and off the field.
As Fr. Boyle writes in Tattoos on the Heart, "Mother Teresa diagnosed the world's ills this way: 'We've forgotten that we belong to each other.'"
The Jesuit women's cross country team will compete at the Nike Cross Nationals on Dec. 2.
The Crusaders ended their record-breaking 2017 soccer season on a high with the No. 2 nationally ranked women's team taking home the 6A Oregon State Championship and the men's team finishing second in state. Congrats Crusaders!
Seven Jesuit student athletes sign letters of intent in fall signing ceremony.
Kevin Ashworth, Clinical Director of the Northwest Anxiety Institute, will speak at a Parents in Partnership (PiP) presentation on November 15 from 8-9 am in Jesuit's Gedrose Student Center about strategies for helping to reduce anxiety and teach students to lean into their lives.
To JHS, Brian was a true friend and loyal guest author. Each year for the past decade Brian wove his magic for spellbound students, leaving them laughing and crying and plumbing the purpose of their wild and precious lives—usually at the same time.