We are deeply grateful for Mr. Hogan's 27 years of dedicated service to Jesuit High School.
September 11th rings in our hearts and minds as a day that changed most everything.
Jesuit High School has a position opening for a Registrar.
Jesus is a hard teacher. He offers the most profound challenge of all, one that seems directly contrary to human nature: Love our enemies.
Dick Gedrose rests in Christ's peace, with direct access to his Maker. This great teacher's influence is indeed eternal.
Through The Desi Project's advocacy and collaboration with the City of Beaverton, August 8th has been proclaimed as "South Asian Legacy Day."
Dick Gedrose loyally, tirelessly, and with immense devotion and care served our community as a teacher, coach, athletic director, vice principal, principal, and president.
Following the theme for this Ignatian Year, we pray that, with St. Ignatius' guidance, we may "see all things new in Christ."
Join our faculty and staff and help educate women and men for others.
During the 2020-21 school year, our community undertook a comprehensive review of our school mascot's name, Crusader, and its visual image.
It is July, and I am finally processing the Year that Was.
Today our Jesuit community, along with our nation, honors and celebrates this day as Juneteenth.
From academics to athletics and more, our students continue to excel in a wide array of activities and events. We are proud to recognize and share these outstanding accomplishments in a Super Sader Shoutout.
We pray in gratitude for those who paid the great price of their lives, in the advancement of freedom and in the protection of others.
At only 15 years old, Skarbonkiewicz became just the fifth American to win the Cadet World Championship.