High School

“A dead thing can go with the stream,
but only a living thing can go against it.” 
– G.K. Chesterton

St. Ignatius Catholic High School is a member of the Chesterton Schools Network, an initiative of The Society of Gilbert Keith Chesterton, dedicated to evangelization, Catholic education, and the social teaching of the Catholic Church.

The mission of the Chesterton Schools Network is to help inspire and encourage parent-led schools across the nation, offering affordable, rigorous, classical curriculum taught through the lens of the Catholic faith.

  • Integrated liberal arts curriculum in the Catholic intellectual tradition

  • Academically rigorous, with a mixture of Socratic method, lecture, and engaging lessons

  • Affordable tuition and tuition assistance

  • Daily liturgy and prayer

  • Training young men and women who will bravely witness their faith through excellence in their vocations and their relationships with Jesus Christ


Watch the video below to learn more about the Chesterton model, the model on which our school is based.


Download a PDF of our brochure here.

View a recorded presentation of the LIVE Q&A Session held on Sept. 15th.

Take a virtual tour of our school and hear a few words from our headmaster.