Saint Ignatius High School

Loyola Society Mothers’ Club

Welcome to our family. A student spends four years of his life with us. That means his family spends four years with us as well. Make the most of that time and find ways to be a part of our Wildcat family. We’re happy to have you.

“The greatest gift I have received being part of Saint Ignatius is witnessing my sons' very formative four years of high school. Through their involvement in rigorous academics, the highs and lows of athletics and many service opportunities, they learned to more fully ask, "What are my gifts?" and hopefully this will translate in the future to "What Does God Want From Me?"

Michele Hearns
Loyola Society Past President, Mother of Owen ’17 and Gavin ’18
Michele Hearns <br> Loyola Society Past President, Mother of Owen ’17 and Gavin ’18 image
  • Mission Statement

    In a spirit of cooperation and support of the mission of Saint Ignatius High School, the Loyola Society Mothers’ Club promotes the ideals of spirituality and service to the Saint Ignatius High School community by: - Encouraging involvement in the club of all mothers of current students, thus creating a sense of community in the school; - Inspiring its members to seek a greater understanding of the school’s Catholic Jesuit tradition through its programs and opportunities - Providing volunteer opportunities to work for the good of the school community and the surrounding neighborhood.

  • Camellia Dinner

    The Camellia Dinner is the Loyola Society’s major annual fundraiser. This is a great event for current mothers and mothers of alumni to join together for fun, friendship and fundraising. Camellia features a silent auction, raffle and wine pull. Proceeds from the raffle and auction provide funding for many programs and projects the Loyola Society Mothers' Club sponsors.

  • Evening of Reflection

    Hosted twice a year, the Evening of Reflection brings members of our community together for Mass and contemplation. Featuring a guest speaker, parents, alumni, and friends of Saint Ignatius gather to reflect on the time of year and where we see God in our lives.

  • Arrupe Christmas Party

    The Arrupe Christmas Party is hosted each year by the Loyola Society in conjuction with the Arrupe Neighborhood Partnership. Our members invite Santa Claus to deliver gifts to our neighborhood families as our volunteers bring smiles to the faces of many children during the holiday season.