Saint Ignatius High School

Oh the Places They'll Go

Congratulations to our graduating seniors in the Class of 2021. Read more to see where they will be heading to continue their education after Saint Ignatius High School.
As we celebrate our graduating seniors, we invite you to take a look at where they will be heading in the fall.

Top 10 College Choices

  1. The Ohio State University (Main Campus) - 53
  2. Miami University - 37
  3. University of Dayton - 22
  4. John Carroll University - 18
  5. University of Cincinnati - 18
  6. Xavier University - 17
  7. The Ohio State University Regional Campuses - 16
  8. Ohio University - 14
  9. Cleveland State University - 8
  10. University of Akron - 6


Top College/University – The Ohio State University with 53 enrolled students on Columbus campus and another 16 students enrolling on OSU Regional campuses

Top Public University – The Ohio State University

Top Jesuit University – John Carroll University with 18 enrolled students

Top Other Catholic University – University of Dayton with 22 enrolled students

Top In-State Public University – The Ohio State University

Top Out-of-State Public University – Indiana University, Michigan State University, Purdue University, and West Virginia University tied with 4 enrolled students each

Top Non-Sectarian/Private University in Ohio – Case Western Reserve University with 6 enrolled students

Top Non-Sectarian/Private University outside of Ohio – Northeastern University in Boston with 4 enrolled students

24% of our graduating class will be attending Jesuit/Other Catholic institutions with 93 enrolled students.

64% of the graduating class will attend colleges/universities in the state of Ohio.

Furthest college North – Carleton College (MN)
Furthest college South – Ave Maria University (FL)
Furthest college West – Stanford University (CA)
Furthest college East – Berklee College of Music (MA)
  • Members of the Class of 2021 filed 2,550 college applications.
  • The seniors in the Class of 2021 applied to 270 different colleges.
  • Our seniors will attend 95 different four-year colleges.


Ten members of the Class of 2021 will be attending Ivy League colleges – the first time that we have had double digits since the Class of 2005!

The Class of 2021 was awarded $47,297,004 in scholarship money over the next 4 years a record amount of money since we have been tallying statistics from Class of 1998 through this year!