Hero of “A Hope in the Unseen” Offers Advice to Students

Cedric Jennings Warmly Received at SIHS Assembly

Ding. Ding. Ding. Is a new schedule in the works?

The ambitious Mr. Dan Bradesca \'88 has many great plans to benefit this school as principal, and one of those is a new and improved daily schedule for next year.

Endowment fund reaches all-time high

by Alastair Pearson '14

Improving market leads to record gains for school’s most misunderstood asset

University President to Speak

We have been presented with a unique opportunity.  The president of the University of Cincinnati has selected a small group of high schools that...

“Missing” Phys Ed course leads adminstration to offer alternative paths to...

The addition of Freshman-level Biology to the school curriculum in 2013 has led to some unexpected impacts on the Physical Education Department. Current sophomores and juniors are short on P.E. credits. The State of Ohio requires two semesters of Physical Education. Students in the class of 2017 and 2018 have only take one.

DeCarlo: Pre-Engineering class unlikely in near future

by Andrew Benisek '17

Interested students pushed to excel in basic sciences, get involved in extracurriculars

Pallaki and Mielke elected as student body President and Vice President

By Sam Royer '15

It’s official, Ignatius students have elected Mitch Pallaki ‘16 and Gabe Mielke ‘16 to serve as President and Vice President respectively of the student body for the 2015-2016 school year.

New Mobile Device Templates

The eye is now available on your favorite mobile device. Be it Android, iPhone or other smart device, The Eye now fits perfectly! Try...

Saint Ignatius Band Achieves a I at State OMEA

by Brad Horton '15

For only the second time in the history of the Saint Ignatius Band, it has received a 1 at the State OMEA Competition.

Gay students see campus culture slowly shifting in right direction

by Brandon Borges ‘15

As our society moves towards the acceptance of gays, lesbians, and transgendered people, so too does this school. The question remains as to how accepting Saint Ignatius is of gay students right now.