JHS student-athletes were named 2019 Prep Player of the Year for baseball, volleyball, soccer, and tennis.
What does it mean to be "ruined for life"? It means that after a Jesuit education, one should never again be able to encounter injustice without acting to confront it.
Jesuit High School takes home the MaxPreps Cup for the second time in just four years.
Let us all raise a toast to a remarkable leader, educator, man of faith and good sport: John Garrow.
Over the last four years, the members of the Class of 2019 blessed Jesuit with their innumerable talents and commitment to our school.
The Crusaders defeated the Rams 2-1 in 13 innings, which tied the record for most innings played in an OSAA state championship.
Let us jump for joy as we complete another school year, survive another spate of final exams, and send our seniors off into their bright futures.
Author Debby Irving will be at Jesuit on the evening of Monday, June 3, from 5-7 pm—and you are invited!
The Crusaders defeated Lake Oswego 13-12 to earn Jesuit's first-ever Women's Lacrosse state title.
Congratulations to the many Jesuit High scientists, mathematicians, writers, and artists who have represented our school in exemplary fashion this spring!
Men's tennis won their fourth consecutive team state title on Saturday.
The Miracle League helps children and adults with mental or physical disabilities experience the joy of playing baseball.
Both teams battled through rainy course conditions to claim their victories.
Jesuit students had the opportunity to live history by visiting significant places and meeting unsung heroes of the Civil Rights Movement.
One of the biggest educational breakthroughs in centuries, podcasts can help us to climb out of our own, specially packaged digital echo chambers.