Class of 2018, if you leave Jesuit as faith-filled leaders, believing that Jesus and his Spirit are with you on your journey, we will have succeeded in our mission, as we send you off on YOUR great mission.
The Jesuit's women's track and field team took home the state title with the Crusader men placing 4th at this weekend's championship meet in Eugene!
The Jesuit men's champions swept the state tennis tournament, and the Crusader women placed third in state!
Seven Jesuit coaches are honored as Coach of the Year, and JHS is recognized as the 2017-18 All-Sports Champion.
Jesuit's women's and men's golf teams cinched double state championship wins at Tuesday's state tournament.
Drama teacher Elaine Kloser recently offered this stirring address to the JHS Chapter of the National Honor Society.
We celebrate a 50-year tradition of generosity at Jesuit's Golden Anniversary Auction Gala this Saturday, May 5.
What are we to think when lightning strikes not once, not even twice, but SEVEN times in the course of one spring season?
Women are underrepresented in STEM at the college level and in the workforce, but Catholic schools work to bridge the gap.
Senior athletes sign letters of intent during the JHS spring signing ceremony.
As we move through the homestretch of what has been a school year filled with blessings, gratitude glows all around us.
Jesuit upperclassmen organize a refugee camp simulation and welcome special guest speaker Katrine Camilleri from the small island country of Malta.
In a grace-filled moment, hundreds of Jesuit High students walked out of class and into the sun for a shining yet somber ceremony of remembrance during break in Hayes Plaza.
Don Clarke, lighthearted yet devout, has helped create an in-demand faith life at Jesuit High School.
JHS Crusaders lead St. Andrew Nativity and St. Ignatius middle schoolers in a day of presentations and activities, promoting collaboration, creativity, and inclusion.