• In Honor of Our 150th Anniversary, We Are Bringing Back the WALK!

    For many years, in the 70’s, 80’s and 90’s, students led the charge of fundraising efforts thru the Walk for Ignatius. Each student had a manila envelope in which he/she collected money that financed school improvements and the operating budget. As part of our 150th anniversary, we are pleased to return to this tradition, but this year our Walk is sesquicentennial act of service.
  • Parent Organization & Gloriam 2020 Backyard BBQ - 10.4.19

    Join us for the Parent Organization & Gloriam 2020 Backyard BBQ - 10.4.19. CLICK HERE to register.
  • Ignatian Values Day I – New Videos

    Bishop Joseph Perry, Auxiliary Bishop of Chicago, graciously accepted an invitation to join us for Mass of the Holy Spirit. Building upon his visit three years ago, Bishop Perry will once again offer some reflections on the rich history of The Venerable Fr. Augustus Tolton and the context of his ministry in Chicago around the time Fr. Arnold
    Damen, S.J., our school’s founder, and his companions were in their first years at 1076 Roosevelt Road. CLICK HERE to watch Bishop Perry’s Homily.

    Our first guest speaker of the day was Ellen Skerrett, a historian of Chicago and its neighborhoods with a special interest in Irish America. Ms. Skerrett helped frame the context of the city of Chicago when Fr. Damen arrived and, through illustrations and stories, paint the beginnings of SICP 150 years ago. CLICK HERE to watch her talk. 
  • City Club of Chicago Sesquicentennial Luncheon - 9.19.19

    Join us at the City Club of Chicago for a Sesquicentennial Luncheon on September 19, 2019 from 11:30am to 1:30pm at Maggiano’s Little Italy (516 N Clark St.).
    In honor of our 150th anniversary, NBC5 reporter, Mary Ann Ahern, will join Fr. Caruso and Asst. Principal Tony Harris as they discuss the long and rich history of Saint Ignatius College Prep and how the school has been woven into Chicago for 150 years. CLICK HERE to register today.
  • Underclass Portraits - 9/9-12

    Yearbook portraits for freshmen, sophomores, and juniors will take place in the Brunswick Room next week Monday through Thursday. Freshman will go with their English class to have their portraits taken, sophomores with their science class, and juniors with their religion class. Contact with questions. CLICK HERE for the schedule. CLICK HERE for ordering information. 
  • Parent and Alum Spirituality Offerings

    CLICK HERE for more. 
    Our new Saint Ignatius Parent and Alumni program offers a variety of programs for all in our adult community who desire to deepen their commitment to Christ and His Church. Our goal is to support all in their call to mission, in and to the world, and to share the message of Christ in order to renew and to transform both their personal as well as social commitment to the Gospel. Accordingly, we here at Ignatius seek to help each adult believer become "more willing and able to be a Christian disciple in the world."*

    *excerpt from Our Hearts Were Burning Within UsA Pastoral Plan for Adult Faith Formation in the United States
  • Senior Portraits 10/7-9

    The dates listed on the school website and in the hand book for senior portraits are incorrect. The next round of portraits will take place at school on 10/7-9. If your senior didn’t get their portrait taken during the summer, they have been automatically scheduled to have it taken on one of these days during a free period or lunch period. The portrait schedule will be emailed to seniors and included in the Wolfpack Post. CLICK HERE for the schedule. There is one page for each photo day so be sure to scroll through all of them. If you do not see your name, we ran out of open slots that matched your free periods or lunch periods. These students will have first priority for portraits at school on 11/11-12. There will also be a final portrait day at school on 1/22/20. You may order portraits before or after the portrait days by CLICKING HERE. Please email with questions. 
  • Reardon Cohn '86 Named Top Woman in Commercial Banking

    Erin Reardon Cohn '86 was named to Crain's Chicago Business list of Notable Women in Commercial Banking. She serves as Executive Vice President, Commercial Banking, and Director of Treasury Management at First Bank of Highland Park.
  • Walsh '11 Re-elected

    Matt Walsh '11 was recently re-elected to a second term as Commissioner of the Park District of Forest Park.
  • Presidential Search Information

    Please CLICK HERE for detailed information about the search for the next President of Saint Ignatius College Prep.
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