Remembering Fr. Robert J. Welsh, S.J. ‘54

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?’

Campus safety update

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.

PodCats 2.1 Lesson from Loyola Hall – Remembering Fr. Welsh

Mr. Healey '77 talks with Ian Thompson '19 about the life and legacy of Fr. Welsh '54.

Weekly Update #30 – April 8, 2018

Sports Tennis Your Tennis cats have had a successful start of the season. They are currently undefeated and no one has lost a match yet. Monday...

Weekly Update #28 – March 18, 2018

Sports Rugby The Wildcats played Avon Lake on Tuesday, winning handily. Junior Declan Boldy broke two records, conversions and points. Saturday was a day full...

Shark Tankers bite into the competition

“Be prepared and be vigilant – or they will rip you apart in the Shark Tank.” This is the message to would-be entrepreneurs, and it evokes images of an all-out gruesome battle where only the wiliest survive.

Flu Season Recap: 2017-18 epidemic the worst in years, but not...

Saint Ignatius High School has recently endured the dreaded annual flu season, but this time has outdone neighboring schools in terms of fighting the flu’s spread.

Weekly Update #27 – March 11, 2018

Sports Hockey The Wildcats three-peated as state champions this past Saturday. Friday the Cats beat Dublin Jerome 6-1 with goals from Bain Kurtz (4), Eric Lile...

Weekly Update #26 – March 4, 2018

This is what has been happening around campus this week. Sports Hockey It’s time to go dancing for the hockey team. The Cats clinched their third consecutive...

Taking a stand against gun violence

“We are here today to build consensus,” proclaimed Dillion Gallagher ’19, Junior Class President and co-organizer of the Saint Ignatius gun violence protest, on Friday, February 23.