Saint Ignatius College Prep provides opportunities for adult faith formation and action in service of social justice. We demonstrate ongoing cura personalis for our parents, alumni and other adult members of the school community by providing spiritual, social, intellectual and service oriented opportunities.
Our Adult Formation and Ministry Team develops a plan for the continuing education and Ignatian Formation of board members and all school personnel.
Our board members and all school personnel have access to and are expected to participate in programs aimed at deepening their personal spiritual lives, such as annual retreats, spiritual direction, regular prayer, and opportunities for adult faith formation.
Adults in our school community model for students a vision of Church in which laity, religious, and clergy collaborate as partners in the mission of Jesuit education. School personnel are hired who are supportive of the Jesuit and Catholic mission of the school and engage in ongoing formation with regard to Ignatian spirituality and Jesuit education.
Our school personnel model service, communal prayer, Ignatian discernment, and the fundamental importance of the Eucharist. The school clearly communicates the objectives of student faith formation to parents, enabling them to partner with the school in directing the faith formation of their child.