Message from the School President
Welcome to St Ignatius College’s new website!
I hope as you scroll through the various pages website, you will come to learn how great it is to belong to this family and sharing together the Jesuit mission.
Since last year when the school was incorporated, as St Ignatius College, we join a 450-year tradition of Jesuit education a mission rooted in forming responsible leaders in the world. The Jesuit educational vision is rooted in the spirituality of St Ignatius Loyola, the fifteenth century Spaniard who founded the Society of Jesus. The vision of this educational experience is to help students discover themselves and experience God’s love and mercy. In the words of Arturo, SJ, Superior General of the Society of Jesus, “ the task of our Jesuit educational institutions is to help younger generations find their place in the world and before God, so they can project their personal and social development, helping to build a better world.”
Students are at the heart of St Ignatius College as a Catholic, Jesuit school. Our mission is to offer our students a robust academic curriculum in the sciences, humanities, languages and the arts, with a deeper spiritual experience that seeks justice and peace in order to build a just world.
I hope you enjoy the site. It is also my hope that through this site, you may consider some day to join us
Fr. Kelly Michelo, SJ
Fr. Kelly Michelo, SJ became the first President of St Ignatius College as an incorporated company in 2018. He is trained in Development studies. After five years of being parish priest of Chikuni Parish and director of parish projects where he was focused on the growth and development of the Taonga schools, Fr. Michelo was appointed in Developm President of then Leopards Hill Jesuit Secondary School. Since then he has been involved in the institutional restructuring and now transformation of St Ignatius College.
17th February, 2020
As you all be aware by now that there are criminals who are gassing people and are now targeting schools ,Arthur Wina School in Chilenje Area was gassed this morning and apparently some pupils were rushed to receive medical attention.
Please note that you are safe as you come to pick your children and go back home.Kindly take extra precautionary measures if you can.As a school, we are monitoring the situation and have increased security at the entrance and the whole campus.
As a Christian Jesuit school, we believe and pray that our God will keep us safe.
Fr Kelly Michelo SJ