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Mission Statement


St. Ignatius Parish School is a Roman Catholic Elementary School that actively strives to teach as Jesus taught.  In the tradition of St. Ignatius of Loyola, the educational processes of St. Ignatius School are committed to developing students of faith, action, integrity, thought, and health.  Grounded in Ignatian spiritual tradition that integrates the shared faith and values into the life and culture of the community, St. Ignatius Parish School provides a comprehensive Catholic educational experience for all its families.

 

Special Programs


Algebra 1, Advanced 7th Math,  Spanish, Extended Day, Academic Decathlon, Computers, Art, PAL Athletics, Aides in every classroom, Baton, Band, Chess Club, Missoula, Children's Theater, Science Club, Art Club

St. Ignatius School

Elementary School

3245 Arden Way
Sacramento, CA 95825
Office:  (916) 488-3907
Fax:  (916) 488-0569
Web site: www.stignatiussacschool.org

General Information
Grades:  

Preschool, TK - 8th

Enrollment:  

405

Openings:  

Pre-school, 2nd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th

Principal:  

Patricia Kochis

Email:   pkochis@stignaiussacschool.org
Preschool:   Yes — Call school for hours & rates
Extended Care Hours:  

7:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Extended Care Phone:  

(916) 488-3907 x101

Parish Affiliation

arrowSt. Ignatius Loyola Parish
Pastor: Rev. Michael S. Moynahan
Parish Phone: (916) 482-9666

Annual Tuition & Fees
Tuition per child:   1st / 2nd / 3rd child
   

Parishioner: $5,000/ $4,100/$3,250: Non-Parishioner/Non-Catholic; $7,250/ $7,250 / $7,250;

 

*NOTE: Most elementary schools will not accept new students into the 6th, 7th or 8th grade unless these students are transfer students from another Catholic school. Individual school policies vary, so please check with the school.

 

“Of the educational programs available to the Catholic community, Catholic schools afford the fullest and best opportunity to realize the (fourfold) purpose of Christian education among children and young people.” — To Teach as Jesus Did, #101, NCCB, 1972

“…we recall the duty of Catholic parents ‘to entrust their children to Catholic schools, when and where this is possible, to support such schools to the extent of their ability, and to work along with them for the welfare of their children.’” — To Teach as Jesus Did, #101, NCCB, 1972; Christian Education, #8

 

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