Ohio Governor Mike DeWine announced
on Monday, April 20, that schools will continue distance learning and therefore our Virtual Learning Protocol will continue through the end of the school year.
With our campus remaining closed for the rest of the school year and the continued uncertainty of social distancing regulations for the near future, we have made plans for alternatives to the original end-of-year events for our seniors. Read more from Principal Dan Bradsca '88 in the latest COVID-19 updates.
Following Governor Mike DeWine's announcement, schools across Ohio turned on the lights in their stadiums in a sign of solidarity with the Class of 2020. Read the full reflection written by Joe Ginley '12, Communications Coordinator for Athletics. And share your pride for the Saint Ignatius Class of 2020 on Facebook with this custom Facebook frame for your profile picture!
The Virtual Languages Week
They should be on their way to the Science Olympiad State Tournament seeking their first-ever top-three finish in history. Instead, Jason Zhang '20 and Danny Mullen '20 recall memories of their past four years as a team and they look with hope to the future. READ MORE
Unfortunately, we couldn't host the Chariot Races on campus as usual. But that didn't mean we couldn't still have fun during Langauges Week! In honor of Latin Day during Languages Week, students were invited to build and race their own chariots around their neighborhoods today with a family member among other challenges. Thanks to Latin teacher Brian Dybicz '99, the Jesuits, and Tommy Rochester '19, a smaller but equally fascinating version of the chariot races continued...
provided much-needed fun an lightheartedness to the week flooding our social media channels
with photos of homemade cuisine by our students and even included a Mass in many languages
celebrated by Fr. Paul Shelton, S.J. VIEW PHOTOS
Up next: Virual English Week celebrated April 27 - May 1, 2020. Stay tuned for more fun with our academic departments.
Just a day after the spring sports season was canceled,
Brian Hoyer '04, Derek Dietrich '07, Luke Farrell '09, and Nick Margevicius '14 consoled the Baseball Cats on Zoom.
Read more words of wisdom from four outstanding Saint Ignatius alumni.
"Remember the friendships you've made. Appreciate what you have, because it's special. When I look back at my time at Saint Ignatius, it’s the friendships I remember, not the games."
Thank you to our all of our alumni who have offered words of encourgament to our seniors as they face their own transition from Saint Ignatius High School.