Counseling & Advising

Jesuit High School’s Counseling Department supports students in three interrelated areas: academic; personal/social; and college admissions preparation and support, in alignment with the school’s mission and Profile of the Jesuit Graduate. While we work extensively with parents, teachers, administrators and other support staff, our primary role is to develop a trusting relationship with our students to provide support, guidance and assistance, and ultimately, to advocate on our student’s behalf.

Counseling Department Staff


If you need assistance with connecting to the appropriate staff member, or if you have general inquiries, please call (503-291-5411) or email the Counseling Center. Students and parents are welcome to contact the student's counselor directly.


Students are assigned a counselor based upon the student’s last name; the assigned counselor provides ongoing support throughout the four-year high school journey, including college advising through the winter of junior year.

College Advisors

Students are assigned a college advisor midway through their junior year. Jesuit's college advisors work with students in partnership with the student's counselor through graduation.


Learning Support