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.
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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.
Jesuit's men's and women's teams swam valiantly at last weekend's state championship meet with the Crusader men defending their state title.
The Crusaders will move on to compete at the National High School Ethics Bowl held at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill on April 20.
On Ash Wednesday, as the Jesuit community celebrated Mass with Archbishop John Vlazny, evil again struck at the heart of an American high school in Parkland, Florida.
A dozen Jesuit student-athletes sign letters of intent during National Signing Day 2018.
More than a dozen Jesuit students were recognized as Portland Metro Scholastic Art Awards recipients this January.
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.
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.