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St. Ignatius College Preparatory is a community of lifelong learners that supports students as they develop into thriving adults. With a commitment to intellectual excellence, leadership, service, and justice, our students strive to respond courageously to the opportunities and challenges of our time.

Through a rigorous and integrated program of academic, spiritual, and co-curricular activities, St. Ignatius educates all aspects of our students according to the Jesuit philosophy of cura personalis, care for the whole person.

Men and Women With and For Others

Open to Growth

Being open to growth at SI means being receptive to the world's diversity. It means having the opportunity to become a new person and express yourself while seeking new experiences, whether emotional, intellectual, physical, social, or religious.


Being intellectual at SI means developing intellectual skills that go beyond academic excellence. It means taking what you’ve learned in the classroom out into the world and applying it to your personal experience.


Being religious at SI means being a person with and for others, an individual who lets personal faith influence basic values and moral choices. It means finding God in all things, and finding a way to be connected to God that’s unique to you.


Being loving at SI means moving beyond concerns for self and forming deeper, loving relationships with others. It starts with finding yourself and loving yourself, and it means that everyone has a place here; no one is left behind.

Committed to Justice

Being committed to justice at SI means developing an informed conscience and preparing to take a place in the world as a competent, concerned, and compassionate member. It means being grateful for what we have while always seeking to improve the world around us.

Called to Leadership

Being called to leadership at SI means understanding that true leadership involves serving with and for others, acting with humility and love. It means working both individually and collaboratively, and experiencing being both a leader and a follower