Jesuit High School (Portland)
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|Jesuit High School (Portland)|
|President:||John J. Gladstone|
|Tuition/fees:||$8,950 plus suggested donation of $2,200|
|Address & Contact Information|
|Address:||9000 SW Beaverton-Hillsdale Highway|
Jesuit High School (Portland) is a Jesuit high school located in the United States in Portland, Oregon. It is located in the Oregon Province of the Society of Jesus and was founded in 1956. The current president is John Gladstone.
The curriculum is based on Jesuit principles. It is a coeducational school with approximately 1,200 students, and in recent years has been known for its achievements in sports, winning its 13th consecutive OSAA All-Sports Award and 26 state championships in various sports since 2000.
Jesuit High School has demonstrated continued excellence in endeavors outside of the field of athletics. It has, for a number of years, fostered a successful combination of both the visual and performing arts. Jesuit has also seen continued success for its drama department, in addition to garnering success in musical endeavors. The school's choirs have done consistently well, with the choir winning the Metro League Championship in 2006 in addition to placing sixth in State competition. The entire Choral department received the Academic All-State award for having the highest average Grade Point Average in 2006.
Jesuit also has a record of consistent domination on the Oregon prep sports scene. In the 2005-2006 academic year, Jesuit won seven state championships in various sports and activities, have won the Oregon 4A All Sports Award 12 years running, and were the recipients of the prestigious Oregonian Cup for the last two years. Jesuit's football team has won an unprecedented two straight state titles. The men's tennis team recently achieved an undefeated season, an accomplishment Jesuit had previously never witnessed. Several Crusaders have thrived at the next level, including Pete and Stan Brock (football), Mike Dunleavy (basketball), Mike Caulkins (ATP tour tennis player), Mike Hass (Chicago Bears), and Preston Parsons, quarterback for the Denver Broncos.
9000 SW Beaverton-Hillsdale Highway; Portland, Oregon 97225-2491.