I like the community feeling of Saint Ignatius. No matter where you go on campus you feel like you're at home.
At Saint Ignatius, student government is a service organization. Read the cover story of the fall 2019 issue of Saint Ignatius Magazine, written by Connor Walters '09.
Rising senior standout in hockey and lacrosse Michael Boehm has three OHSAA state championship hockey rings and three lacrosse final four appearances under his belt. How does this young man help his teams find success? By doing the little things the right way.
This summer, students Lucas Tai '19, Max Gibson '20 and Charlie Proctor '21 took the stage with Grammy Award-winner Jason Mraz when he performed with the Contemporary Youth Orchestra in Cleveland, Ohio.
This spring, seven Saint Ignatius students joined their peers from various Jesuit schools across the country to participate in a Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Program in Detroit, Michigan.
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.
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 fields 16 varsity athletic teams, plus intramurals and student sports media groups. The Wildcats compose one of the country’s most respected athletic programs.
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.
Students volunteer to work with neighborhood children after school through sports, homework, arts and robotics
The umbrella service organization on campus, C.A.T. includes more than 20 service initiatives, which are open to all students.
Overseeing faith programs is Campus Ministry, which plans and leads retreats, school liturgies, mission trips, social justice initiatives, and leadership opportunities in these areas.
All students complete class retreats as freshmen and sophomores before making an overnight retreat junior year. Seniors are granted opportunities to lead retreats, like Kairos or Wilderness, which are based on the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius.
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