St. Ignatius students receive a well-rounded education that helps them succeed in managing the demands of high school. Ongoing Graduate Support during high school is another reason why SIS alumni graduate from high school at more than twice the rate of their public school peers.
We believe that a strong middle school program is essential to success in high school, college, and beyond. Each year, many of our students will receive substantial if not full scholarships to the schools of their choice in recognition of how well prepared and deserving Saint Ignatius students are. The investment in these children pays off richly: 100% of SIS alumni graduated from high school last year, vs. 32.9% of their public school peers in Hunts Point.
High School Success
The embedded social and academic skills coupled with sustainable support equip St. Ignatius students with the tools necessary to accelerate their preparation for college.
|in the High School Class of..||St. Ignatius School Alumni HS grad rate||Hunts Point (District 8)* Public HS grad rate||Overall New York City Public HS grad rate|
*source: New York State Public School District Total Cohort Graduation Rate and Enrollment Outcome Summary, 2010-2011, 2011-2012; 2012-2013; 2013-2014 to be published in June, 2015
High Schools Attending
St. Ignatius School graduates have or currently attend and receive full and partial scholarship aid from the following private and public high schools.
|All Hallows High School||Mount Saint Michael Academy|
|Aquinas High School||Mount Saint Ursula|
|Barnabas High School||Notre Dame School|
|Bishop Loughlin Memorial High School||Preston High School|
|Cardinal Hayes High School||Regis High School|
|Cardinal Spellman High School||School of the Holy Child|
|Cathedral High School||St. Catherine Academy|
|Catherine McAuley High School||St. Jean Baptiste High School|
|Cristo Rey New York||St. John’s Preparatory School|
|Foreign Language Academy of Global Studies||St. Raymond Academy for Girls|
|Fordham Preparatory High School||St. Raymond High School for Boys|
|High School of Hospitality Management||St. Vincent Ferrer|
|LaSalle Academy||The Ursuline School|
|Monsignor Scanlan High School||Xavier High School|
Persistence and determination coupled with a rigorous Jesuit education has its merits: 100% of SIS students were accepted to one of their Catholic School preferences. Congratulations to the SIS class of 2017!