Saint Ignatius High School

Welcome to the Class of 2023

Congratulations on your enrollment in the Saint Ignatius High School Class of 2023. Please use this page to register for classes, sign up for placement testing and review important information before the first day of classes.
  • Course Registration

    All incoming freshmen must submit their Course Registration Form online no later than April 26, 2019. If you have questions about Course Registration, contact your school counselor as listed in the FAQ document.

  • Math Testing and Placement

    In the Saint Ignatius Math Department, we consider placement for incoming students to be an integral piece of the puzzle for their future success in our program. We use as many data points as possible to determine the most appropriate course for your son’s first year. These include the placements exams, input from grade school teachers, the admissions exam, and other input from the admissions file.

  • Language Testing & Placement

    The Languages Department of Saint Ignatius High School invites the incoming freshmen who, in elementary school, have had significant exposure to Latin, French, or Spanish, to take a placement test. The purpose of this test is to determine the student’s level of proficiency so that we may be able to correctly place him in the appropriate language level.

  • Health and Wellness

    All students must complete a Physical Examination form and Immunization History form by June 14, 2019. Families should also review our school's Health and Wellness Policy. Before the first day of school, there are also several forms that need to be completed for the School Nurse if your son has medical conditions.

  • Athletic Department Information

    Saint Ignatius offers a very fine interscholastic athletic program to all of our students. In the fall we offer football, soccer, cross-country, and golf. The winter sports are basketball, wrestling, ice hockey, bowling, and swimming & diving. The spring sports include baseball, crew, lacrosse, rugby, track, tennis, and volleyball. Freshmen have teams of their own in most of these sports, but may play on a junior varsity or varsity team when there is not a separate freshman team in that sport.

Questions? Let us know!