Portland, OR. Cultivating Tomorrow was the theme of Jesuit High School’s annual auction. The event on April 29th was held in the school’s Knight Center and drew 650 supporters. Principal Paul Hogan, posed for a photo with action co-chairs Wendy Pernas, Kim Takla and Jesuit President Tom Arndorfer.  JHS cleared the million-dollar mark with $1,020,916 raised in gross revenue. Organizers thanked their Presenting Sponsors – Clearview MRI, Touchmark and Colleen and Werner Nistler. Jesuit’s auction is the school’s largest fundraiser.

Rose Kilpatrick, Sandy & Jeff Jones, and Mary Brown

The Silent Auction was in Smith Gym.

Colleen & Werner Nistler and Tom Arndorfer

Chris Leach, Auctioneer

Randi and Patrick Reiten raise their bid cards during the live auction in the Knight Gym.

The monies raised before, during and after the event provide the critical funds needed for the operation of Jesuit High School and continue to allow tuition to be affordable for all.

From Jesuit High School:

Jesuit High School is a Catholic, college-preparatory school in the Jesuit tradition of education serving students of all religious faiths and socio-economic backgrounds. Jesuit transforms students into leaders who are “men and women for others” and focuses on educating the whole student spiritually, religiously, intellectually, physically, emotionally, and aesthetically.