Faculty Feature | Anthony Fior ’02

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Dr. Anthony Fior ’02 revealed as new Saint Ignatius principal

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After months of deliberation, the Saint Ignatius administration has revealed its choice for its new principal to replace Mr. Bradesca: Dr. Fior ’02. With his many years as a school administrator and teacher, the current Theology Department head will start his new role in the summer before next school year.

Recap: The 2019 Ignatian Family Teach-In

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On November 15-18, 2019, fifteen Ignatius students embarked on an inspirational Teach-In held in Arlington, Virginia under the head of Mr. Pacetti, Mr. Luisi, Fr. Dan Reim S.J., and Mr. Savastano. Along with our students, Saint Joseph Academy and Walsh Jesuit High School joined the trip. For more than 20 years, the Ignatian Family Teach-In for Justice has been compelling students from around the globe to approach the world with radical hope and prophetic action.

New law nixes Senior Smoke Day

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Senior Smoke Day is almost like a myth on campus. No freshman actually thinks it exists until they see it with their own eyes. And kids from other schools, hearing about it, think Ignatius students are nothing short of crazy for keeping this tradition.

Parking garage not an option

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While most students dream of building a parking garage on the senior lot, the administration of Saint Ignatius has other plans.

Meeting Saint Ignatius’s new vice president

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In addition to welcoming the new freshmen, the Welsh Academy students and teachers, and other new faculty to Saint Ignatius, the school is also welcoming Dr. Richardson-Phillips to her new role as the school’s Vice President of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion.

Welsh Academy opens its doors

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Decades ago, a man imagined a comprehensive secondary school: one in which 6th grade boys could begin their journey developing into young men.

Mr. Bradesca plans return to classroom

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Being principal at Saint Ignatius High School is no easy task. From giving us days off for random power outages, to making it his own priority that we all are safe on campus, Mr. Bradesca has been there for us the whole way through.

Remarkable educator Mr. Ed Nolan to retire this year

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It takes more than innate talent to be a remarkable teacher. Beyond just having expertise in a specific subject, a remarkable teacher must have the people skills necessary to relate to students and the unquenchable belief in the bigger mission of educating young minds. Beyond just imparting facts or theories, a remarkable teacher must truly be a renaissance educator – someone who can balance with extreme precision the demands of his subject, the needs of his students, the requirements of his life, and all the other beneficial quirks that make that teacher who he is. Mr. Nolan meets these requirements.

Mr. Arthur’s Legacy

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17 years. 17 years Mr. Arthur roamed these hallways we do now, a man who has left a long legacy here on this school, and embodied what Saint Ignatius High School wants all their students to achieve: not only being a Man for Others, but always living the Magis (the more).