Graduation at the Academy
June 2017
St. Ignatius Loyola Academy celebrated its Graduation Ceremony on Thursday, May 25 at St. Ignatius Church. Twenty-three graduates proudly accepted their diplomas following an inspirational commencement address given by Dr. Robert L. Wallace, President, CEO and Founder of 
BITHGROUP Technologies. 

Commencement Speaker
Dr. Robert L. Wallace
President, CEO & Founder of BITHGROUP Technologies


We are truly proud of this graduating 8th grade class. A sincere and heartfelt thanks to all of you who made our boys' journey possible.

Awards and Honors
The following graduates were recognized for their academic success and personal growth during their three years at the Academy:  


JAMAHL R. WALKER JR.
THE ARTHUR ASHE AWARD

Demonstrated excellence, teamwork, leadership and sportsmanship in athletics

AMADOU N'DIAYE
THE ANTHONY CAPIZZI AWARD

Best exemplified the traits of civility, unselfishness, helpfulness and service to others

LUIS QUINTERO
THE GONZAGA AWARD

Demonstrated exemplary conduct and deportment

TR É FOWLKES
THE IGNATIAN AWARD

Exemplified in an outstanding way the Ignatian spirit and Jesuit tradition of Saint Ignatius Loyola Academy
Class of 2017 High School Acceptances
We are proud to announce that our graduates were accepted into these challenging college-preparatory high schools: 

  Archbishop Curley High School
  Baltimore City College
  Baltimore Polytechnic Institute
  Baltimore School for the Arts
  Bard Early College School
  The Boys' Latin School
  Calvert Hall College High School
  Church Farm School
  Coppin Academy
  Cristo Rey Jesuit High School
  Episcopal High School
  Friends School of Baltimore
      Georgetown Prep School
      George School
      Gonzaga College High School
      The Loomis Chaffee School
      Loyola Blakefield
      Mt. Saint Joseph High School
      Park School
      St. Frances Academy
      St. Paul's School
      Tabor Academy
      Westtown School 
The School Year Continues
We celebrated graduation last week, but the school year continues for our remaining students. Rising 7th and 8th graders left on Monday, June 5 for a two-week, residential summer camp in the Blue Ridge mountains of Pennsylvania. This is a perfect time to experience nature, enjoy free-play, and build the bonds of brotherhood that make the Academy experience so unique. 

Students board the buses for their
2 week summer camp
Our younger students, rising 6th graders, will enjoy a one-week day camp at the Academy. Their days will include academic courses, arts and crafts, and, as always, athletics and free-play. We are lucky to have Academy alums on staff this summer to help teach and nurture our students.

5th graders on Day 2 of their summer day camp at the Academy

Academy alums Trey-Lonte '13 and Rakim '11 join us as camp counselors this summer
Recent Press
The Academy was featured in the Spring issue of  JESUITS USA Northeast Province Magazine , along with  Brooklyn Jesuit Prep  in New York, NY, for both schools' decision to add a 5th grade this school year. Read the article here.
"At St. Ignatius, I was taught organization, respect, social skills, time management, and most importantly, how to be a 'Man for Others'. I have experienced three of the best years of my life here at the Academy."

-- Anthony, Class of 2017
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