Tuition & Financial Aid

In the spirit of St. Ignatius, Jesuit High School's administration, Board of Trustees, faculty, and staff intentionally strive to keep a Jesuit education affordable and accessible by charging less than the actual cost of education for all students. In addition to supporting a subsidized tuition model and controlling cost inflation for families, Jesuit High School provides significant need-based financial aid. For the 2019-20 academic year, 27% of students and families (341 students, more than the equivalent of an entire class) received $3,345,000 in financial assistance.

If you have questions regarding Tuition & Financial Aid, please contact Ken Foley at 503-291-5416 or kfoley@jesuitportland.org.

SCHOOL NEWS

Community Conversations Series Kicks Off in July

Join us for the first in a new monthly series of Community Conversations starting July 16. This month's discussion topic will focus on Racial Justice: Processing and Understanding Our Current Climate.

Summer Reading for Racial Justice

Keep your mind active and your heart open to growth this summer! Check out this list of recommended books for promoting a more just and equitable society.

Celebrating Juneteenth

Today our Jesuit community, along with our nation, honors and celebrates this day as Juneteenth!

Mick Abel '20 Drafted to the Majors

Jesuit graduate Mick Abel '20 was selected as the 15th pick by the Philadelphia Phillies in the first round of the 2020 Major League Baseball Draft on Wednesday.

Our Commitment to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

Black Lives Matter. Period. Now, more than ever, we are committed to a diverse, inclusive, and equitable school community. We must lean into difficult conversations to live out our Jesuit mission of being women and men for others.

Jesuit Wins 6A OSAA Cup

The Oregon School Activities Association named Jesuit High School the winner of the 6A OSAA Cup for 2019-2020.

Principal's Blog: Wake-up Call

We must serve as allies and mentors to students who have experienced racism, religious intolerance, homophobia or other forms of bigotry.

Principal's Blog: We Love WM!

In this strange and unsettled spring, we have been reminded of the servant-leaders in our midst—not only health care workers, but delivery drivers and takeout chefs and grocery clerks who go to work so that we do not have to.

Jesuit Families Lend a Hand

After Governor Brown's shelter-in-place order was announced, Jesuit families sprang into action to help neighbors in need. For Blanchet House, a longtime JHS Christian Service partner, demand for meal service increased instantaneously, and the call went out for a "no-contact" sack lunch drive.