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School and Results
Saint Ignatius Loyola Academy is an independent, tuition-free, Jesuit middle school for boys from low-income communities. The children we serve lack access to high quality schools and support programs that can change the trajectory of their lives. Through our innovative educational program, the Academy offers a path of hope and resolve to young men in Baltimore City. The educational experiences and opportunities the Academy provides are designed specifically to address the needs of urban boys by developing the intellectual, physical, and social qualities of each student leading to their success in high school, college, and adult lives. Our results speak to that future. Over the school’s 24-year history, 98% of graduates have received a high school diploma. Eighty-eight percent of graduates go on to immediately enroll in college or other post-secondary education, surpassing the Maryland and national rates. The Academy is a private institution with a very public purpose.
Founded in 1993 and located in Baltimore’s Federal Hill neighborhood, Saint Ignatius Loyola Academy is an extended day and eleven-month school year program for 115 fifth through eighth grade students representing 23 zip codes across Baltimore. Saint Ignatius Loyola Academy graduates attend exemplary public and private high schools, both day and boarding, in Baltimore and throughout the Mid-Atlantic and New England regions. Our Graduate Support Program provides counseling and advising support to over 180 graduates who are attending outstanding regional and national high schools and colleges. The Academy is an independent Catholic Jesuit school accredited by the Association of Independent Maryland and DC Schools (AIMS) and sponsored by the Maryland Province of Jesuits. Grounded in that educational tradition, the Academy’s faculty and staff educate deserving young men to be intellectually competent, open to growth, loving, religious, and committed to doing justice. Learn more about our excellent educational program and the exceptional results we achieve at www.saintignatius.org.
Saint Ignatius Loyola Academy is an equal opportunity employer. The Academy actively seeks diversity in all categories of employment and at all employment levels. Individuals are treated without discrimination based on race, color, creed, sex, sexual orientation, age, religion, national origin, marital status, disability or any other impermissible factor in accordance with federal, state or local law.
Please check back or follow us on LinkedIn for potential employment opportunities. Interested candidates should email a resume and cover letter explaining why her/his professional experiences have prepared them for an employment opportunity at the Academy to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Part-Time Art Teacher
The Academy is seeking a part-time Art Teacher. The ideal candidate should posses a love for teaching, children and art. Candidates must have a minimum of a bachelor’s degree, preferably in Art Education, and teaching experience. Art classes are held every Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. during the academic school year (late August to late May).
Interested candidates should email a cover letter and resume to Teresa Scott.
Intern Americorps Teacher Program
Applications are now being accepted for the 2020-2021 School Year
Are you interested in teaching? How about in an environment with small class sizes and a dedicated, supportive faculty? Are you looking for an opportunity to coach and be an advisor to a small group of students?
The St. Ignatius Loyola Academy intern teacher program is a two-year program where you will work with highly motivated inner-city boys who attend the Academy on full scholarships and who are aspiring to attend competitive, college-preparatory high schools and colleges.
Summer Leadership Institute (SLI) - for Academy Graduates only
Applications are no longer being accepted for Summer 2019
The SILA Summer Leadership Institute is an internship opportunity for college-aged graduates to reconnect with the Academy and to explore their own interests in the educational field. In addition to testing out their skills in both the camp setting and the classroom, this program will offer graduates the opportunity to develop their own leadership skills through participation in professional workshops and seminars. Graduates will be mentored by the Graduate Support Directors and other Academy faculty throughout the duration of the program.