COVID-19 has presented a tremendous challenge for Saint Ignatius High School to balance our mission of providing an academically rigorous, Catholic, Jesuit education along with the health and safety recommendations of leading healthcare experts. A team of administrators and faculty worked diligently so that our students and teachers could return to the classroom.
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Due to irregular schedules during the 2020-2021 school year and our priority of supporting the health and wellness of our community, we have made the decision to modify our day-long Wildcat for a Day shadow experience to an hour-long personalized family tour during a regular school day.
Support of the school at a leadership level is recognized within the 1886 Society, named in honor of the year Saint Ignatius High School was established. Members of the 1886 Society are invited to join us for a virtual State of the School on October 22, 2020.
The first Taizé prayer service of the school year will be broadcast live on Sunday, September 20, at 7:30 p.m. from St. Mary of the Assumption Chapel. This powerful hour of prayer has become a popular form of worship for the Saint Ignatius community.
Students applying to begin high school in fall 2021 who would like to qualify for a merit scholarship can take an optional Scholarship Test at Saint Ignatius High School on October 3 or October 31.
Director of Admissions Pat O'Rourke '90, a self-proclaimed "word nerd," brings you his Etymology Word of the Week. Every other week he presents an online Etymology lesson just for fun!
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“Repay to Caesar what belongs to Caesar and to God what belongs to God." In what must be one of the most often quoted verses of the entire Bible, Jesus takes the discussion of whether or not to pay taxes and places it on a level beyond which His interlocutors could have ever expected to go. What does it really mean? Mr. Healey has the answer.
Truly a Man for Others, Terry devoted his life to family and friends, his legal career, and service to the greater Cleveland community. He passed on October 4, 2020, at 69 years of age.