By Karina Zapata-Roche
Aug 16th, 2017

The Global Map of Jesuit School is rich in many ways. Not only does it count the number of schools per region worldwide. It also allows us to learn more about each school in our global network and allows educators to get in touch with Jesuit and Ignatian schools from around the world.

Each school has a profile on the global map where you can find useful information about the school, such as: history, mission, vision, the contact details of the head of the school, the school’s website, address and location.

This information provides an opportunity for all teachers, staff and school directors to go the extra mile and to present the WORLD to their students. It gives us a chance to explore the world in a Jesuit context, by connecting with peers from different regions, generating ideas to work together as Global Citizens, learning about the cultures, and realities of other Jesuit schools and perhaps even discovering innovative ways to improve the delivery of the mission of Jesuit Education.

Our global network of Jesuit Schools is so diverse that its richness goes beyond borders.

Have you updated your school’s contact and general information? Would you like to complete or update your school’s online profile? To do so, please send your school’s history, mission, vision, website and (up to) 5 representative pictures of your school to Ciara at  Online global map

Here we feature some Jesuit schools from each of the different regions. If you would like to explore further and travel around the colourful world of Jesuit schools visit the Educate Magis online map and explore. Click on an individual school to see its profile. 


College Libermann Cameroon

    • Collège Libermann. Located at B.P. 5351, Douala – Akwa, Douala, Cameroon. Named after the venerable founder of the Congregation of the Immaculate Heart of Mary. The college was first entrusted to the Spiritans who managed the school from 1952 to 1957 when it was handed over to the Jesuits. Their mission, educate the youth according to the principle of Ignatius of Loyola. Since the inception there have been many changes. For instance, girls were allowed in the school only two decades after the creation of the school. There have also been many principals the first of whom were westerners but nowadays the staff are entirely African. 



    • Coláiste Iognáid – St. Ignatius College. Located at 24 Sea Road, Galway, Ireland. Colaiste Lognaid IrelandA secondary school founded in 1645. The ultimate goal of the education which Coláiste Iognáid provides is an effective appreciation of the radical goodness of the world “charged with the grandeur of God” (1). In accordance with the Jesuit tradition, our response to God working in our world is the pursuit of excellence in all things, the Ignatian “magis” (2), as our way of co-operating with God’s dynamic creation. This principle is at the heart of all we attempt within the school and is applied to all areas of school life: our aim is to assist in the complete development of each pupil, as an individual personally loved by God. This concept leads to the full growth of the person which in turn leads to action through the use of talents for the good of others and learning what a Christian Faith that does justice means in practice.


    • Istituto Sociale. Located at Corso Siracusa, 10, Torino, 10136, Italy.Istituto Sociale Italy
      Istituto Sociale hosts students from Kindergarten to High school. The kindergarten was opened only in 2001. In the park behind the school there is also a small house for the Jesuit Community. In 2005 the historical library of the school had been totally reorganized and renewed and in 2010 new electronic devices (PC, Interactive boards, internet connection etc.) were introduced in all the classrooms, with a big effort to keep the school up-to-date, modern and efficient. Today there are more than 700 students attending the Istituto Sociale. 


    • Colegio Nuestra Señora del Recuerdo. Located at Plaza Duque de Pastrana 5, Madrid, 28036, Spain.Nra-Sra-del-Recuerdo
      Colegio Nuestra Señora del Recuerdo was founded in 1880. The School was opened on September 24th, 1880, at the farm called “El Recuerdo”, located in Chamartín rose. The farm was handed over by the Dukes of Pastrana (D. Manuel de Toledo Lasparre and Mrs. Dionisia Vives and Cires) to the Society of Jesus, with the clear objective of founding a school on it. Currently the College offers all levels of education, from ages 3 to 18 years, i.e., from Kindergarten to High School.




    • Brebeuf Jesuit Preparatory School. Located at 2801 West 86th Street, Indianapolis, Indiana, 46268-1926, United States.Brebeuf Jesuit Preparatory
      Brebeuf Jesuit, a Catholic and Jesuit school, was founded in 1962 with the aim to provide an excellent college preparatory education for a lifetime of service by forming leaders who are intellectually competent, open to growth, loving, religious and committed to promoting justice. Fostering a culture of understanding and dialogue. This school seeks and welcomes students from diverse religious, ethnic and socio-economic backgrounds. Students at Brebeuf Jesuit are called to discover and cultivate the fullness of their God-given talents as a responsibility and as an act of worship. 


    • Campion School. Located at 13, Cooperage Road, Mumbai, Maharashtra, 400 001, India.Campion School India Campion School is a boy’s school, founded on January 20, 1943. The School began its career in a rental ground floor at 45 New Marine Lines with just 23 children. The Founder Principal was Late Fr. Joseph Savall S.J. who gave birth to the school, Fr. Conessa S.J. nursed it for a while, but Fr. More S.J. gave it a culture and a singular aspect, unique in the history of Campion School.


    • St. Peter Canisius Minor Seminary Jl. Mayjend Bambang Sugeng, Magelang, 56101, Indonesia.St Peters Canisius Minor St. Peter Canasius Minor Seminary was founded in 1912 with the mission to create community of Christ’s disciples as friends who respond to the Lord’s call joyfully. To accompany seminarians to know, to love, and to follow Jesus Christ, to deepen spiritual life, to firm our response to God’s call, and to prepare our availability to mission in the Church and the context of society. To provide educational and formative activities in order that seminarians can be responsible for their faith and have capabilities for gradual formation and to accompany seminarians in a process of self-developing to be spiritually and physically healthy people, to be generous and available to serve others.