We hope that you are safe and healthy during this uncertain time. We look ahead to next year’s admissions cycle with hope to share the Saint Ignatius experience with our future students in-person.
Saint Ignatius High School has a holistic admissions review process that takes into account a range of components that are reviewed collectively and comprehensively. We understand that school closures in the light of COVID-19 have brought major adjustments to the delivery of instruction and implementation of assessments. Please be assured an understanding of these modifications and circumstances will inform next year’s admissions process.
We are aware that our prospective families are looking ahead to their son’s high school decision within the new context of COVID-19. Although we are still working out some details, we strive to remain transparent with you to enable your family to plan accordingly. We are happy to inform you that we have adjusted some dates and procedures to ensure the health and safety of all faculty, staff, students, and guests in attendance at our in-person admissions events. We invite you to read through these updates in our Admissions Calendar below.
Please note that the listed events are subject to change. Although we are optimistic and hopeful that we will be able to host our annual admissions events in-person, we are also in the process of assessing our ability to host events digitally, if necessary. We will be in communication with our prospective families if and when these adjustments are made. In the meantime, we invite you to virtually visit our campus from the comfort of your own home.
We invite you to learn about the ways in which the mission of Saint Ignatius High School has continued amid the COVID-19 crisis by reading "What Is Essential”, the cover story from the Spring 2020 issue of Saint Ignatius Magazine. As we look ahead to brighter days, we know God will continue to bless our school with talented young men and families who are dedicated to partnering with us as we live out our mission.