|Address:||239 Harrow Street|
|Other Work:||Large additions (1952, 1954, 1955)|
Repairs after a fire in the oldest wing in 2007
Serving a present population of 240 students, St. Ignatius School offers classes from nursey school to grade 8; it was opened as part of the parish church by the same name that was built on this site in 1912. While no part of the earliest school remains, the south section along Jessie St. is now the oldest part, and it suffered an electrical fire in 2007 that precipitated alterations in that section.
Operated from the beginning by Sisters of the Holy Name of Jesus and Mary, the school has always enjoyed a strong reputation even as the popularity of private schools has waxed and waned; there were 600 students in the school in 1955 when most of this construction was undertaken.