A Jesuit Companion School, we strive to develop young adults of competence, compassion and conscience ready to serve their community, and transform their world. As a Jesuit Companion School we embrace the Jesuit educational vision that helps to focus and foster the College's Catholic identity and enhance our educational programs.
Taking the spiritual and educational philosophy of Saint Ignatius of Loyola as our inspiration, the Ignatian way is to strive for the ‘Magis’ - ‘the greater good’ and find God in all things.
At Saint Ignatius College our young women and men share educational experiences and leadership opportunities and, in the process, they learn to understand, respect and appreciate each other in a co-educational environment which prepares them for life beyond school.
In my role as Principal I aim to provide a Catholic Co-educational Secondary College that is focussed on excellence in teaching, learning and care for students. It is important to me that we maximise student achievement, set high expectations with regard to responsible student behaviour, the school and students are well presented and students and parents contribute to and have pride in their school community.
I look forward to many of you joining our vibrant learning and faith community.
Mr. Michael Exton Principal
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