Saint Ignatius High School is a Jesuit college-preparatory school with a Catholic tradition rooted in the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius of Loyola. The school enrolls more than 1,450 students from 40 cities in a seven-county region. These young men enrich one another through learning in the classroom, competing on the athletic fields and serving those in need.

Academically, Saint Ignatius High School is a regional and state leader with its number of National Merit finalists. To challenge students and prepare them for college, the Saint Ignatius curriculum offers 17 Advanced Placement (AP) and 21 Honors subjects. In September 2009, the school was designated a Blue Ribbon school by the U.S. Department of Education.

A Saint Ignatius education prepares students to become competent, concerned and socially responsible members of their communities. With a motto of “men for others,” there is a prime concern for the development of Christian values among all students. Part of the Saint Ignatius student experience includes the promotion of faith in the service of justice.

Located in close proximity to downtown Cleveland in the historic Ohio City neighborhood, Saint Ignatius High School sits on 18.5 acres and includes 18 buildings and three athletic fields. The faculty includes 109 members, 87 percent of whom have spent 10 years or more teaching at Saint Ignatius.

1911 West 30th St.
Cleveland, OH 44113
(216) 651-0222

Principal: Dan Bradesca