Saint Ignatius High School


In Tanzania, students spend three weeks exploring Africa, needy communities, and their own faith. Saint Ignatius partners with St. Peter Claver School in Dodoma for various projects, including helping lead a Kairos retreat with local students.

Now in its third year, the Tanzania mission trip sends students to Africa for immersion into a whole new world. This intensive journey includes a safari, work in local communities, and coordination with a Jesuit school, St. Peter Claver, in Dodoma. Participants should be prepared for a slower way of life and impactful encounters with the people of Tanzania.

Who: Rising juniors and seniors
2019 Dates:
Chaperones: Ms. Nikki Henderson, Ms. Emily Samek, Mr. Roger Stewart
Cost: $3000

2019 Payment

  • 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.