Our Finance Department has provided a list of Frequently Asked Questions to help clarify the various Tuition Assistance offerings.
Our goal is to keep a Saint Ignatius education accessible regardless of a family’s financial background. Each year, more than $5 million is awarded in tuition assistance to families in need. View our 2020-2021 Financial Aid Awarded Graph to learn more.
From course registration to cura personalis, our counseling department takes care of each student’s path through Saint Ignatius. Learn more about our counselors, their services, and how they’ll get you from enrollment to graduation.
Our College Counselors help prepare seniors and second semester juniors for their college careers. They guide students through the college application and selection process using Jesuit discernment, and assist in applying for scholarships.
The Robert M. Walton ’41 Center for Learning assists all students with schoolwork, test-taking and other academic support. Students of all grade levels and abilities are invited to utilize the Walton Center to strive for academic success in all areas.
Come to Saint Ignatius and see the world! Students travel across the globe on mission trips, sports excursions, study abroad ventures and foreign exchange programs. Travel to international and domestic locations through the Global Education program.
The Saint Ignatius High School Choral Program is recognized as one of the premiere choral programs in the state of Ohio. Students of all abilities and experience levels are welcome to participate in one or more of our offerings.
The most visible, and loudest representative of Saint Ignatius High School is our band. With various opportunities to participate, students can take part in the band program regardless of years of experience or choice of instrument.
Courses in the Math Department teach students everything from algebra to advanced calculus, as well as computer programming. The course sequence has been designed to help students from a wide variety of backgrounds achieve their goals.
In state-of-the-art lab and classroom facilities, Science teachers lead instruction in the theory and practice of biology, chemistry, physics, the body, the environment and more.
The Saint Ignatius High School Health Sciences Program helps students explore and prepare for careers in healthcare. The comprehensive academic programming strikes a balance between classroom instruction and exposure to the real world of healthcare.
From literature to grammar, creative writing to poetry, our English department teaches students to write well and read critically. The curriculum includes reading novels, writing research papers and a pair of AP classes, available to upperclassmen.
The arts are an integral part of a student’s academic development. The Fine Arts Department seeks to cultivate that development through aesthetic experiences. All students are encouraged to pursue their artistic interests.
SIEntA, the Saint Ignatius Entrepreneur Academy, is a hybrid educational program that provides students with curricular and extra-curricular opportunities. Club activities are open to all four class levels.
REACHing MAGIS is a program for 5th through 8th graders to help prepare them for the academic, social and spiritual challenges they may encounter as students in a college preparatory high school setting.
Saint Ignatius High School is offering a free online Latin I class for eighth grade boys in the Cleveland area. The Latin I online class is designed to teach 8th graders the first-year Latin curriculum that is taught at Saint Ignatius.
A robust curriculum prepares students with real-world experiences in the classroom, the city and across the world. Saint Ignatius is a leader in AP and National Merit Scholars annually.
Saint Ignatius has a rich tradition of developing student-athletes into men of faith and character. The Wildcats field 16 varsity teams, plus intramurals and student sports media groups. Student-athletes learn lessons on and off the field from coaches, chaplains and teammates.
Service is embedded in the fabric of campus life. Students choose to spend Sunday evenings with the homeless, afternoons with neighborhood children and parts of the school day burying the dead. Through more than 20 service initiatives, students voluntarily serve more than 15,000 hours annually.
In all they do, our students are formed in their faith. From retreats and service, to mission trips, Theology classes and daily prayer—our men learn to find God in all things. Saint Ignatius offers Masses daily, and community Masses each Friday morning.