Saint Ignatius High School

How to Apply

Your time walking the halls of Saint Ignatius High School will ignite your curiosity and open your eyes to the vibrant and changing world beyond yourself. Why Saint Ignatius? Because there’s no better way of building a strong foundation that will guide you in the future. The world is waiting.

I chose Saint Ignatius because I was thinking about my future.

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Your time walking the halls of Saint Ignatius High School will ignite your curiosity and open your eyes to the vibrant and changing world beyond yourself. Why Saint Ignatius? Because there’s no better way of building a strong foundation that will guide you in the future. The world is waiting.

Admissions Calendar

Date

Program

  Self-Guided Walking Tours
  Admissions Virtual Information Sessions
June 9 - 30 Summer Enrichment Program
August 18 - 19 Freshman Orientation
September 13 - December 10 Wildcat for a Day (8th Graders)
September 26 Fall Open House
October 2
October 30
Admissions Test and Parent Q&A Panels
October 9 Brain Brawl
November 12 FACTS Deadline


Saint Ignatius High School admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.


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Virtual Tour

  • Diocesan School Applicants

    Prospective students who attend diocesan schools will receive applications in mid-January from their grade school. The application deadline will be at the end of the same week in which the applications are distributed. Upon submission of the Diocesan application, records will be sent to the applicant's "first-choice" school.

  • Non-Diocesan School Applicants

    Prospective students who do not attend Diocesan schools must submit a non-Diocesan application form to our office by January 30. The application will become official upon the receipt of the non-Diocesan application form and transcripts, in addition to other required forms.

  • Decision Letters

    The admissions committee is made up of 10-12 members of the administration and faculty. In early February, the committee will consider all of these applications at the same time and will select our incoming class based on the philosophies set by the school's Board of Regents. All decision letters will be mailed on February 15.

Admissions Department