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Tuition assistance and annual support of our operations is more important than ever as COVID-19 continues to affect our community. Considering the dramatic changes in our lives, the economy, and the ways we proceed here on campus, your support is even more critical. Please consider a gift to the Annual Fund to continue the tradition of a Saint Ignatius education for our current families.

Saint Ignatius High School

Week in Review: May 18 - 22, 2020

Now that the 2019-2020 school year has come to a close, we review this academic year and reflect on the ways in which our school community responded to COVID-19.
WHAT IS ESSENTIAL. In our special spring issue of Saint Ignatius Magazine, arriving in mailboxes this week, we share our story of how and why Jesuit education remained essential during an uncertain time. Read More

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The Family Tuition Relief Fund was recently established to ensure our families who experienced a significant decline in income as a result of COVID-19 will receive necessary assistance to remain at Saint Ignatius. Learn more & see how you can help!

Today we celebrate Spring Commitment Day! We have 18 athletes and three broadcasters who committed to continue their careers at the next level! Most of them are headed to Division III schools, and all of them have bright futures. Thanks to Communications Coordinator Joe Ginley '12 for producing a video to honor these young men on their special achievements.

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We are looking forward to celebrating the entire Class of 2020 this weekend as we host a Senior Drive Through Parade on Sunday, May 24. Graduation was previously scheduled for May 24th but due to COVID-19 we have postponed the ceremony until July 31. Seniors and their families will have the opportunity to say their farewells to faculty and staff as they line Lorain Avenue to celebrate our graduating seniors. Due to current restrictions, this event is only open to seniors and their immediate families.

Students at The Welsh Academy had their own parade this week. In addition to returning materials to school, these Welsh Wildcats received a yard sign to show their school pride and had the opportunity to say hello to their teachers. The students also said farewell to Mr. Dan Dixon, S.J., who has been involved with bringing The Welsh Academy to reality since its inception. He is heading off to his next stage of training as a Jesuit, and we will miss him a lot! View Photos

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President of Saint Ignatius High School Rev. Raymond P. Guiao, S.J. '82 shared a message with our graduating seniors in the video below. As our seniors embark on the next chapter of their lives, he reminds them of all they have accomplished and all they ways they are prepared for what the future holds.