- Mountain Bike Roots by Clark Vowels
- Police Under Fire by Jacob Heger
- The Warming of Oregon by Mac Flanagan
- Cooking Through Covid by Madison Backeberg
- Welcome Home Neighbor by Mia Cullivan
- Erased by Angela Miller
- JV Football Top 5 Plays of 2019 by Race Edwards
- Mental Health Pandemic by Nicolas Sousou
- Fantasy Football by Carter Smoluch
- The Portland Music Scene by Tabitha Johnson
- Theatre Throughout the Pandemic by Grace Sopko
- Thanks for Eight Great Years by Aiden Azavedo
- Coffee Culture in the Pacific NW By Carly Isselmann
- Blue Sky Blue by Henry Hess
- Mock Trial at Jesuit by Aliyah Ramirez
- Courage is Three Letter Word by Spencer Carle
- Local Beats by Gregor McKelligon
- The Story of Jesuit High School Athletics by Jake Viteznik
- Sunday Funday by Kassandra Gomez
- Centered by Max Barton
- Comb your Hair; Fix your Makeup by Cat Grimme
- Resold by Eoin McDonagh
- More than a Partnership by Austin Boyle and Wyatt Warrington
- She’s Got Game by Grace Lee
- 50 Years of Loving Service by Hannah Stream
- Inhaling a Feeling by Jack Hisatomi
- Home by Mia Simmons
- Wander by Payton Schlech
- Sole Composition by Cameron Lyke and Rishey Shenoy
- Cycle PDX by Tyler Rice
- Swimming, The Constant Grind by Robbie Holman
- West Coast Grind by Daniel Huh
- New Electric by Lucas Pliska
- Defining Moment by Greta Anderson and Hallie Devore
- Meem by Ridley Knight
- Tifosi by Nezar Awad
Football has always been considered a male dominated sport. For years, girls have been told there’s no place for them in football and instead they should stick to being cheerleaders. Meet Grace Wiley: a senior at Lakeridge High School who has decided to break the social norm by playing on the varsity football team as a cornerback.
Daydreaming is routinely brushed under the rug like it doesn’t exist. What people imagine never breaks the surface and if it does, it is often misinterpreted by those listening. This documentary provides an alternative perspective into how different minds perceive the world. Daydreaming allows people to explore the bounds of their mind and understand that anything can be possible.
Lacrosse is one of the fastest growing sports, with College Lacrosse being one of the most viewed college sports today. Millions of student-athletes across the country dream of playing college ball, and work effortlessly to achieve those dreams. However, the recruiting process is not one that provides equal-opportunity to all student-athletes. "West Coast Grind" follows the Oregon student-athlete Jackson McGinley, and his long and hard journey to strive to play at a Division 1 School, while exploring the biases and advantages that are provided to players residing in different areas of the country.
Do you know what electric skateboarding is? Most people have probably never even heard of it. In the city of Portland and many urban communities throughout the US, electric skateboarding is growing into a new way of transportation. Unlike most forms of urban travel, electric-skateboarding combines the fun of carving through the streets and an extremely portable and inexpensive new way of city transport.
- The Life of a Log
- Running - A Lifestyle
- Brayden Strong
- Sold Out
- Anything in the World
- Portland: A New Being
- Three Stripe Life
- Loving Losers
- I, Object
- Valley Plaza
- Hippo Campus
- Please Think
- Lift of Skiing
- Emotion Through Motion
- A Friend in Need
- Basement Broadcasters
A story about our beautiful city and the ways it has changed over the past handful of years. The film explores what changes have occurred, why they have occurred, and what we, as residents and citizens of the city can expect next. Featuring local builders, residents, homeowners, and store owners, this film covers everything the casual person needs to know about the change of the city and much more. It is sure to open your eyes about the beauty of our city and the ways in which it is growing for the better.
- The Guys
- Finding Yours
- Snowmen and Women for Others
- Why I Became a Jesuit
- White Collar Perception, Blue Collar Reality
- Jason Lowery
- Living a Legacy
- Portland: The Documentary!
- Science and Religion
- The History of Jesuit's Campus
- The Crusader
One group, 6 boys, 4 years, and a copious amount of memories. This documentary delves deep into a group of guys that started as mere acquaintances and blossomed to a group that can be closer by blood. These boys have very diverse personalities, which in turn keeps each day with each other livelier. Activities such as Taco Bell Thursday, Guy Day Friday and Hot Tub Tuesday though a bit weird, has kept the guys within this group close. This documentary includes interviews from people close with the guys to explore the meaning of friendship.
We explore the mission and the determination of the Jesuit offensive line during the 2016 season, and their roles as the glue and the "franchise" behind the Jesuit football program. With in-depth interviews with Head Coach Ken Potter, as well as Offensive Line Coach John Andreas, this documentary dives into what makes Jesuit’s football program truly successful: the offensive line.
- Just a Game
- Jesuit's 4 Bar Friday
- Edison High School
- The Drive
- Campus Security
- Food Drive
- Malcolm Porter
- Rick and Laurie Howington: Jesuit Heroes
- Jesuit's One to One IPAD Program
- More Than Just Robots
- Comfortable with Being Uncomfortable
- Video Games vs. Reading
- 2006 Jesuit Football Team
- The Bomb Shelter
In "Just a Game," the exciting basketball playoff game from 2015 and its controversial finish is discussed. The players as well as Coach Potter go back over the game, talking about how it ended the way it did. The reaction from the media outlets is analyzed as well. The players discuss the reasons for such backlash for just a high school basketball game.
A documentary 4 years in the making. Join us as we follow the 2015 state champion seniors on their journey through high school and the road to the state championship. There is no better way to describe this senior class than as a family, hear their stories of victory and defeat, how they have lifted each other up through the tough times and grew up together as a family in Jesuit High School.
Campus Security is one of the most talked about and debated issues in the country today. At Jesuit, it is no different. Jesuit High School thinks about this topic constantly, and truly has tried its hardest to make security a priority. Through new additions like gates and campus monitors, Jesuit has increased its security, but those aren’t the only ways they’ve increased security. Watch the documentary to find out how security at Jesuit works, and how it has improved!
What if I told you that 1,300 (or however many students there are at Jesuit) students had access to a device that transformed them from the classroom to anywhere in the world by the touch of a button? Jesuit High School has made this idea a reality. The entire school's form of education has been revolutionized by the iPad. Two years ago, Jesuit instituted a 1:1 program that gave every student an iPad to utilize for their education. Jesuit is now in its 3rd semester of the 1:1 program and is changing the way we work in the classroom. Students and teachers alike have benefited from the changes that the iPad brings. And things are just getting started.
A detailed look at the 2006 Jesuit football team which ended the season being ranked 8th in the nation by maxpreps, the schools second consecutive football state championship, and eventual NFL players Owen Marecic and Mike Remmers. With in depth interviews from players on the team we take a look at the comradery that came from four years of hard work and dedication that culminated in one memorable year.