Last issue, we wrote about the passing of Rev. Robert J. Welsh, S.J. ‘54. And months later, the Saint Ignatius Community is still recognizing his legacy. Welsh Academy, a middle school for boys from Cleveland, will soon be opening in his honor.
"I’m happy to be back with a group of people who take their faith lives very seriously and who tirelessly work to make God known everywhere an in everyone."
"I have had a career-long passion to support the work that brings equity in education to the students of Cleveland."
"Saint Ignatius represented an opportunity for me to return to my roots, while continuing my personal growth as an Ignatian educator."
"I believe school should be more than just what happens in the classroom; the cura personalis way of thinking about teaching and learning is really important to me."
"Taking my awesome up to 11. You heard right. It goes to 11."
Position/title: Science teacher (physics) Years of experience: 3 Previous place of employment: Warsaw Community Schools in Warsaw, IN What drew you to the Saint Ignatius community: The...
The purpose of our education is to give a young man the tools whereby he can answer the question ‘What does God want from me?’
We sat down with Mr. Richard Klingshirn, Vice President of Operations and Chief Financial Officer, about the updated campus security and safety protocols and devices found around the grounds of Saint Ignatius High School.
Mr. Healey '77 talks with Ian Thompson '19 about the life and legacy of Fr. Welsh '54.