2016-17 School Year CoCurricular Data
Co-curricular activities play a major role in the school experience for St. Ignatius students. Every freshman must join at least one cocurricular activity, choosing from the more than 50 clubs, 26 sports, and a varied Fine Arts programs. Most students are involved in three or more groups throughout their four years, many participating in all major categories offered. It is the school’s position that co-curricular involvement is an integral part of Ignatian education because it provides opportunities for leadership, avenues to serve the school and community, and development of interests and talents that are might normally untapped in the classroom.
The over 50 clubs at SI are broken into seven categories.
Community Outreach Clubs
A Community Outreach Club at St. Ignatius is defined as a group that is formed primarily to provide service to the greater community.
An Affinity Club at St. Ignatius is defined as a group that provides social support for students from a particular background. Affinity Clubs also provide cultural education for the greater S.I. community. Affinity Clubs are open to all students regardless of their background.
An Affiliated Club at St. Ignatius is defined as a group that follows the rules and regulation of its national or state affiliated organization.
A School Academic Club at St. Ignatius is defined as a group that is formed with students from the particular discipline and then provides assistance in that discipline.
School Service Clubs
A School Service Club at St. Ignatius is defined as a group that is formed primarily to provide assistance to one area of the school.
A social Club at St. Ignatius is defined as a group that is formed primarily to provide a social outlet for the students who have a like interest.