Saint Ignatius is a Catholic school serving 1,048 students in grades K – 8. The mission of Saint Ignatius School is to educate the whole person by promoting spiritual, moral, physical, and intellectual development. In cooperation with parents, the school challenges the unique abilities of each student to enhance their self-worth and to attain overall excellence. Saint Ignatius is committed to meeting the learning needs of all students, including both enrichment and intervention. We passionately believe the entire community benefits from the wide diversity of gifts with which our students are blessed. Our staff is guided by the core values that we consider to be central to our mission. Our award winning staff of 111 employees demonstrates excellence and commitment to our students and the surrounding community. Our staff has a high percentage of advanced degrees and demonstrates daily the Saint Ignatius motto “For the Greater Glory of God.” Our administration, Fr. Peter St. George, Principal Tim Reilly and Assistant Principal Laura Sieve are committed to making Saint Ignatius a great place to be a student, parent, teacher, and administrator.
Father Peter Saint George celebrates mass at Saint Ignatius.
Principal Reilly with five teachers who have successfully achieved National Board Certification (Beth Siemer, Vickie Geckle, Angela Hawley, Carolyn Millheim, and Assistant Principal Laura Sieve).
Staff members Pat Altenau (Hulk), Katie Seifert (Batman), Laura Sieve (Wonder Woman), Joyce Cross (Superman), Principal Tim Reilly (Captain America), and Amy Mueller (Spiderman) celebrate Halloween.
Both students and staff can exercise on track during their lunch break. Pat Altenau and Joyce Cross are pictured here.
They are all interested in what is best for our students overall, which in turn helps us to be the best "versions" of ourselves.
My coworkers are amazing! I love my team and I think everyone is very friendly. Everyone works together to help the students grow and teachers learn.
I am told that I am appreciated.
I love the people and the kids!