Jesuit High School has an immediate opening for Campus Prefect
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 2020-21 academic year, 27% of students and families received $3.7 million in financial assistance.
If you have questions regarding Tuition & Financial Aid, please contact Ken Foley at 503-291-5416 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
"Having the opportunity to immerse myself in service experiences has shaped me into a more compassionate and conscious individual, and I have developed the crucial skills necessary to live in a global society.”
"Through my Jesuit service work, I gained insight into the wide range of human experiences and became more socially aware in the process."
"The love felt on retreats and through the hallways isn't conditional. It never mattered what sport I played or what I did. The love here at Jesuit is a feeling I can always count on."
"Over four years, I’ve been blessed to find my home at Jesuit. I will always feel deeply connected with this community and its inspiring reverence and concern for the virtue of love."
"Through all the theology classes, service requirements, and meetings with the Young Men of Color group, I have learned to become a man who respects others and can be respected through his actions.”
"Students may come to Jesuit for a specific program or department, but Jesuit becomes far more than that for its students. It's an all-inclusive experience that will not only make you grow but also make you excited to grow as a person."
Jesuit High School has an immediate opening for a Certified Athletic Trainer.
Though we mourn Fr. Robinson's passing, let us be grateful for our time with him and for the life he shared with the Jesuit High School community for five decades.
Despite the myriad challenges of COVID-19, these stellar students have continued to pursue their passion for service based on research.
A quick recap of Food Drive 2020, reimagined.
Congratulations to our four alums who received this recognition from the Portland Business Journal.
The Premier Level certification is valid for the next three years and recognizes Jesuit High School's ongoing commitment to sustainability.
Parents, alumni and alumni parents are invited to attend our Virtual Parent/Alumni Advent Retreat on Sunday, December 20.
From Jesuit High School, "Happy Our Lady of Guadalupe Day" or "Feliz Día de la Virgen de Guadalupe!"
There are still several volunteer opportunities to partake in to help families come together. We would love your help in these efforts!
For the first time since March, live theatre returns to Jesuit High School this week with GODSPELL, the groundbreaking Broadway musical now celebrating its 50th anniversary.
From academics to music to athletics and more, our students (and faculty!) continue to excel in a wide array of activities and events.
We pray for our planet, our country, our state, and our beloved school in this tempestuous time. May we find stillness in the eye of the storm.
Congratulations to our all-star seniors who signed letters of intent to pursue their athletic endeavors in college next fall!
We thank those in our community, alumni, parents, and friends who have chosen military service to protect and serve our country. JHS math teacher Rob Skokan '86, currently deployed in Kosovo, shares a reflection.