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. Due to a rise in the number of positive cases, we are pivoting to virtual learning beginning Monday, November 16.
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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.
Every year our world-renowned Cleveland Orchestra and Chorus helps us celebrate the Christmas season through our annual Christmas Concert. This traditional event is held as a fundraiser to support tuition assistance and celebrate our blessings at Saint Ignatius. Due to the pandemic, this year's concert will look a little different.
On Saturday, December 19, 2020 we will host our second annual REACHing MAGIS Eighth Grade Graduation. Due to COVID-19, we will be hosting the event virtually on the Saint Ignatius Broadcast Network.
Prospective families are invited to join us and learn more about The Welsh Academy during our Open Houses on February 9 and March 14, 2021.
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As a student and teacher, Joe Betz knew Saint Ignatius was home. A Front of the Class profile by Lisa Metro, as featured in the Fall 2020 issue of Saint Ignatius Magazine.
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!
This 1st Sunday of Advent brings the Church to the beginning of a new liturgical year. This Sunday also starts the official season of waiting for Christ – both at the Nativity and at the Parousia or Second Coming. Perhaps this year, we might be more oriented toward the latter arrival of our Savior.