Saint Ignatius High School
Get InvolvedThe Saint Ignatius family includes students, employees, parents, siblings, grandparents, alumni, neighbors and future Wildcats. We invite all members of our community to get involved with camps, Masses, volunteer opportunities, reunions and more.

The greatest gift I have received being part of Saint Ignatius is witnessing my sons' very formative four years of high school. Through their involvement in rigorous academics, the highs and lows of athletics and many service opportunities, they learned to more fully ask, "What are my gifts?" and hopefully this will translate in the future to, "What does God want from me?"

Michele Hearns
Mother of Owen ’17 and Gavin ’18
President of Loyola Society
Michele Hearns<br>Mother of Owen ’17 and Gavin ’18 <br> President of Loyola Society  image
  • Wildcat for a Day

    On the way to academic excellence, athletic success, artistic expression and faith formation, something extraordinary happens on campus: Our students have an unusual amount of fun. Even in class where business is serious, our faculty draw the best out of our students with humor. Chariot Races, Lumberjack Day, or the Faculty-Senior Basketball Game bring smiles to students and alumni alike. Sign up to be a Wildcat for a Day!

  • Loyola Society Mothers’ Club

    Since 1976, the Loyola Society has been a perfect way for mothers or guardians of Saint Ignatius students to support the mission of our school. Through volunteer opportunities, fundraising support, spiritual enrichment, and social gatherings, members of the Loyola Society create a sense of community among all members of our school.

  • The Fathers' Club

    The Fathers’ Club offers fathers and male role models of our students the opportunity to be involved with and support the goals of the school. Since 1938, the Fathers’ Club has been organizing or supporting four events throughout the year that benefit our students and the community.

  • Alumni Association

    With more than 17,000 living alumni, the Saint Ignatius Alumni Association offers an extensive global network. Our alumni have gone on to achieve great things in their careers and communities. While their journeys have taken them across the globe, they remain engaged and supportive of our school and its mission.

  • Spirituality Program for Adults

    Parents, alumni, employees, neighbors and friends can participate in retreats, prayer services and spiritual direction offered by our Spirituality Program for Adults. Regular events are open to all throughout the year.