Saint Ignatius High School

Mexican Border

Traveling to Nogales, Arizona, through the Kino Border Initiative, students learn first-hand about immigration and related issues, specifically at the U.S.-Mexico border. This trip is by invitation and occurs midway during spring semester.
Participants in the Mexican Border mission trip spend their spring break traveling to Nogales, Arizona, to grow in their understanding of immigration and the issues surrounding this complex issue. Students will hear first-hand accounts from immigrants, border patrol agents, missionaries and those who serve the immigrant population along the U.S.-Mexico border. The Kino Border Initiative coordinates this journey, open to select juniors and seniors with an interest in immigration.

Who: Select seniors and juniors
2018 Dates: April 5-11
Chaperones: Mr. Mike Strauss ‘87, Mr. Tony Krzmarzick, Mr. Alex DeWitt, n.S.J. '12
  • Mission Trips

    The Fr. Thomas Gafney, S.J. ’50 Mission Trip Program sends students to domestic and international destinations in pursuit of service, learning and faith-formation. These summer immersion experiences are open to students after sophomore year.

Mexican Border Trip Leaders