March 1, 2023 kicks off the official start of Women’s History Month. Since 1987, March has been the designated time frame used to draw special attention to the remarkable women who have made significant contributions to our communities.
This month, Saint Ignatius High School is amplifying the experiences of influential women through programs and events that provide a deeper understanding of women's contributions to Saint Ignatius, our country, and our world. Join us in celebrating the vital role women have in our society and their achievements.
See a full list of events and activities:
|Student Banner Contest
All students are invited to submit the names of three women, who represent our mission and community, we should celebrate with a campus banner and why. This link will be released on March 6.
|March 18 & 22
Wonderful Women of Saint Ignatius High School
Saint Ignatius students will recognize the wonderful women of Saint Ignatius who have impacted their lives.
|Women's History Month Movie & Lunch
Join the Multicultural Student Union from 12:55 - 1:45 in The Breen Center for the Performing Arts as they watch the film "A League of Their Own". Lunch will be provided.
|Women's History Month Quiz
|Women's History Lunch "Sowing Seeds of Peace"
All women who work at Saint Ignatius are invited to join MSU for lunch. Space is limited to 50 people. RSVP today!
|March 2, 9, 16, 23, 30
Women of the Saint Ignatius community will lead the Examen each Thursday of the month.