Jesuit Education and Service - Honoring St. Ignatius of Loyola at CTK
The purpose of a Jesuit education is to give students the tools to answer one of life's most important questions: "What does God want from me?" Far from being a question easily answered on a homework assignment or test, this can only be fulfilled through a person's life work. Whether it's an advanced degree, starting a family, traveling to another country, or creating a business, Jesuit-educated students seek to use their skills, talents, and interests to change the world and in so doing serve the Lord and their fellow brothers and sisters.
We will be celebrating our 6th Annual Jesuit Legacy Day to honor our school's Jesuit heritage and mission the day prior to St. Ignatius of Loyola's 532nd birthday on Tuesday, October 24th.
Please join us for a Mass either in person on Tuesday, 10/24. More details to follow.
Make a Gift to Sustain the Jesuit Legacy at CTK
We encourage you to make a gift in St. Ignatius’ honor to support CTK's Family Assistance Fund. In keeping with Jesuit teaching and CTK's mission is the belief that a high-quality education should be accessible to all students regardless of their family's financial circumstances. Each year, about 20% of CTK's families and 10-15 alumni experience some form of financial distress. The Family Assistance Fund is designed to keep students in school by relieving families of the difficult choice of addressing financial emergencies versus paying CTK or college tuition. This year we plan to use the funds raised on Jesuit Legacy Day to replenish our Family Assistance Fund.
Thank you for your support!