Semester One Honor Roll Now Available
Please CLICK HERE
to see the semester one honor roll and join us in congratulating these students and their families for this outstanding accomplishment.
All On-Campus Practices and Activities Are Canceled for Saturday, January 19
All on-campus practices and events for students are canceled for Saturday, January 19. Please check the calendar for the status of off-campus events.
Parent Organization Trivia Night - 2.9.19
Trivia Night! February 9, 2019, 7:00-10:30 PM, Tully Hall
Join us for a casual, social event
where Saint Ignatius parents challenge themselves and test their trivia
knowledge. Whether you bring a team or join a table, it is a lovely
opportunity to share fellowship and fun with other parents. CLICK HERE
to register today and join the fun!
Parent Organization Sponsors Indie Film - 3.7.19
Spring Parent Talk : “Angst” an
Indie Film, March
7, 2019, 6:30 PM McLaughlin Theater
Come join our school community to share in a
one-hour long film that explores anxiety,
its causes, effects and what can be done about it. The filmmakers' goal is to have a global
conversation and raise awareness around anxiety. The film highlights the causes
and effects while providing invaluable resources and tools to guide parents. For
further information, please go to https://angstmovie.com
. See you there!
Doyle '19 Named Player of the Week by ESPN
Patrick Doyle '19 was recently referenced as the "best hockey player
in the world this week" courtesy of ESPN and our brand new beat reporter from
Northwestern (Andrew Weiss). CLICK HERE
to read the full article. You can also CLICK HERE
for more coverage.
Saint Ignatius Named St. Patrick’s Day Parade Guest of Honor
Saint Ignatius College Prep and Fr. Michael Caruso, SJ
are delighted to be the Guest of Honor at the 2019 St. Patrick’s Day Parade.
With great anticipation of our 150th
this is a very special moment for our school, and for Chicago. Never, in the
history of the Chicago St. Patrick’s Day Parade has a school received the
distinction of Guest of Honor.
This year’s parade theme is “The Music of Ireland.”
How proud we are that our student, Rogers O’Neill (1904) and his father, Police
Chief Francis O’Neill, were instrumental in preserving Irish traditional music
in Chicago. Chief O’Neill collected and published thousands of tunes from
Ireland that nearly vanished after the potato famine of 1848.
In 1872— less than six months after the
Great Chicago Fire—city dignitaries reviewed the St. Patrick’s Day Parade from
the balcony of our school, a tradition that continued for many years. Upwards
of 10,000 spectators lined the sidewalks to watch the marchers and hear the
lively tunes of Irish musicians.
We invite all Ignatians, and friends of Saint
Ignatius, to join us as we proudly march in the Annual Chicago St. Patrick’s
Day Parade on March 16th
, 2019. We will have a spectacular float for
this historic event, and we would love for you to join us!
Look for updated details regarding times and meeting
points for this grand event. Please see the St. Patrick’s Day Parade website
for information and sponsorship opportunities. https://www.chicagostpatricksdayparade.org/
Please contact Eileen Harmon Junkins’91 with any
Students Take Part in Annual ADAM Retreat
(A Day Among Men) is a men's spirituality group at Saint Ignatius that is rooted in faith, fun and
fellowship. Nearly 30 students, from all grades at Saint Ignatius, reflected on how they have
experienced community and how they receive callings to be leaders of faith and
service. The retreat included a chili cook off, Mass, and a three on three basketball tournament.
Saint Ignatius College Prep Summer Teaching Internship Program
Job Description and Application
Saint Ignatius College Prep offers a paid summer internship for
current college students who are interested in gaining practical experience in
secondary education. Hired interns will be employed by the school for the
duration of the six-week summer school program. Approximately 6 interns will
placed in Grammar and Writing classes and 1-2 tutors will serve in the Introduction
to Algebra classes. The Grammar and Writing intern team will work one-on-one
with rising 9th grade students on focused grammar practice and written drafts,
as well as provide feedback before and after class. The Mathematics tutor(s)
will help the instructor provide differentiated and individualized instruction
to students in the Introduction to Algebra class.
In addition to extensive one-on-one tutoring experience, interns
will prepare, lead, and evaluate classroom lessons. Interns will receive
supervision, guidance, and training from the Saint Ignatius teachers who are
instructing the Grammar and Writing and Introduction to Algebra summer courses.
Interns will have the opportunity to design their own lessons and instruct
their classes through review and cooperative learning activities.
Context for Grammar and Writing and Introduction to Algebra
Summer school courses are recommended classes for incoming 9th
grade students who have been identified as needing additional preparation
before their formal high school studies begin. In addition to that group of
students, incoming freshmen from local scholarship organizations and enrichment
students also take the courses. The Grammar and Writing course is designed to
offer students a thorough review of grammar rules, database research, and
drafting and revision of written assignments appropriate for students at a
college prep high school. The Introduction to Algebra course reviews arithmetic
topics and introduces essential Algebra concepts that will help students
succeed in high school mathematics classes.
Saint Ignatius College Prep graduates who:
Graduated in high standing academically from Saint Ignatius
Have maintained good standing in their respective universities
majoring in English, Mathematics, or Education, or
have an interest in writing
a desire to teach and mentor in a Jesuit, Catholic high school
Summer Intern Requirements
the mandatory Summer Teaching Internship Orientation on Friday, June 7, 2019
on weekdays from 8:00 am-12:00 pm from June 10, 2019 until July 19, 2019
in intern team meetings and ongoing training once per week until 12:30pm
All applicants must provide a the following items:
more than two-page personal statement which expresses interest in the
internship and commitment to Catholic, Jesuit education.
All applications are due by Thursday, February 28, 2019
Applicants will be notified of our decision by March 8, 2019.
Email these items to Mr.
Tony Harris at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Women's Society Life Topics Seminar - 2.6.19
Join Us For This Free Event!
London Summer Scholars Program Accepting Nominations
Are you interested in attending a week-long summer
program in London? The London Summer Scholars Program is now
accepting nominations for June 2019. This faculty-led, one-week immersive
experience allows high school students to engage their interests. Enrollment is
open to high school students from current freshmen to current seniors. Now in
its third year, Saint Ignatius students and faculty have participated since it
started. The deadline for applications is February 1.
Please visit https://summerscholarsprogram.com/
38th Annual Law Society Luncheon - 2.22.19
Join us for the 38th Annual Saint Ignatius College Prep Law Society Luncheon on Friday,
February 22, 2019 at the Union League Club of Chicago (
65 W Jackson Boulevard).
Networking & cash bar - Crystal Room,
Luncheon & awards - Main Dining
Room, 6th Floor1:00pm:
THE ALUMNI AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE IN THE FIELD OF LAW will be presented to Mary Clare Greabe Bonaccorsi '82.
THE AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE IN THE FIELD OF LAW will be presented to Ellen & Charles Mulaney, Jr.CLICK HERE
to register. CLICK HERE
to learn about the Law Society.
Tax Credit Scholarship Updates
The Tax Credit Scholarship program for the 2019/2020 school
year will open in just a few weeks. The application start dates for the 2019/2020 school year have been
announced by both Empower Illinois and Big Shoulders. These are:Empower Illinois SGO: January 15, 2019 at 7 p.m. (https://empowerillinois.org/
)Big Shoulders SGO: January 22, 2019 at 8 a.m. (https://bigshouldersfund.org/)
As required by the
Invest in Kids Act that established Tax Credit Scholarships, awards are
considered on a first come, first served (FCFS) basis, with priority
consideration given to students applying from an Illinois State Board of
Education (ISBE) identified “Focus” school district, with household incomes
that do not exceed 185 percent of the federal poverty level, renewals of
previous year awards, or siblings of awardees. These priorities apply both
within school designated funds and general funds.
Because over 95 percent of the funds raised in Year 1 were designated to
specific schools, it is extremely important that students apply as soon as the SGOs
begin to accept applications to secure their FCFS place in line.CLICK HERE
for a Spanish version of the letter from the Catholic Schools office about how to
apply for tax credit scholarships for the 2019/20 school year. CLICK HERE
for a Spanish version of the 2019/20 fact sheet. CLICK HERE
for an English version version of the letter from the Catholic Schools office about how to apply for tax credit scholarships for the 2019/20 school year. CLICK HERE
for an English version of the 2019/20 fact sheet. Empower Illinois Resources: CLICK HERE
for English step-by-step application instructions. CLICK HERE
for Spanish step-by-step instructions.Big Shoulders Resources: