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220606 SIG JUNIORSCHOOL 2929
Saint Ignatius’ College seeks to enrol families, not just students.
Parents chatting at junior school
An Ignatian graduate is open to growth, intellectually competent, faith-filled, loving, and committed to justice.
  • 3
    Campuses: Ignatius Early Years (Norwood), Junior School (Norwood), Senior School (Athelstone)
  • 1,453
    Students across three campuses
Jesuit education is founded on the principle of cura personalis – care for the individual. Saint Ignatius’ College reaches beyond academic achievement to shape the morals and ethics of the whole person.
SS students playing cello

Make the world brighter.

Parents chatting at junior school
Saint Ignatius’ College seeks to enrol families, not just students.
Jesuit education is founded on the principle of cura personalis – care for the individual. Saint Ignatius’ College reaches beyond academic achievement to shape the morals and ethics of the whole person.
220606 SIG JUNIORSCHOOL 2929
An Ignatian graduate is open to growth, intellectually competent, faith-filled, loving, and committed to justice.
  • 3
    Campuses: Ignatius Early Years (Norwood), Junior School (Norwood), Senior School (Athelstone)
  • 334
    Mature (regulated and significant) eucalypts on the Athelstone campus
SS students playing cello

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We are excited to announce the plans for a new art, design, and technology building at the Senior School. The impressive architectural design from Architects Ink, led by Old Ignatian Marco Spinelli (Class of 1981) allows for shared work spaces and links Art and Design with Technology Construction.
"The new Art, Design and Technology Building for the Senior School Campus is designed to ignite innovation. Intentionally refined, the building highlights the beauty in simplicity, allowing the creativity of the students’ work to be the focal point. It celebrates art, design and technology through a contemporary yet timeless building that showcases the College’s progressive thinking." - Marco Spinelli, Director Architect, Architects Ink