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Overview

Thank you for your interest in Saint Ignatius Loyola School, a Kindergarten through Eighth Grade Blue Ribbon School within the Archdiocese of New York.  Since its founding in 1854, Saint Ignatius Loyola School has been an academically challenging and supportive learning environment rooted in Catholic faith and tradition. 

Each year, Saint Ignatius Loyola School seeks to enroll qualified students of all faiths for admission into our Kindergarten through Seventh Grade based upon teacher recommendations, school records, and an assessment given here at the School. 

Saint Ignatius Loyola School has designed an admissions process that we hope is straight forward, starting with one of our many fall tours hosted by the Administration and current parents, and ending with a personalized, thorough and thoughtful review of your child as a young learner, both academically and socially.  Many opportunities are provided along the way to discern who we are as a school community – one that places the needs of the whole child at the highest priority.

Please feel free to explore the admissions section of the website and contact me with any questions.

I look forward to meeting you on one of the tours!

Ana M. Zuck

Director of Admissions and High School Placement

212-861-3820, Ext. 106

zucka@saintignatiusloyola.org