Because Loyola's standards are high, we take great care in the selection of our new students. We seek young men from families who share the philosophy of our school.
We look for applicants who are motivated to do the hard work necessary for successful college preparation, who are open to new experiences, and who will participate in the life at Loyola High School with enthusiasm. We want young men who are willing to apply their minds, bodies and spirits to the achievement of intellectual, social and religious growth.
The online application process for the 2017-2018 school year will be available in early October.
Deadline: January 10, 2017.
Fee: $75.00 (non-refundable)
Applications that are received after the deadline will be assessed a $35.00 late fee.
After you apply, log in to your personal online Admissions account to complete the remaining online forms, request the appropriate recommendations and report grades. You can also use this online Admissions account to verify that all forms have been received in the Admissions Office.
There is a second application deadline for forms that are sent or completed by your son's school. Those recommendations and transcripts are due by February 6, 2017.
If you are interested in applying as a Transfer Applicant into the 10th or 11th grade, application forms will be available to download in mid February. Completed forms are due April 20, 2017.
When you apply online, you are automatically registered for the HSPT Exam at Loyola High School on either Saturday January 14, 2017 and January 21, 2017. You may take the test on either day. Reservations are NOT required.
Policy of Non-Discrimination
Loyola High School of Los Angeles admits students regardless of race, color, or ethnic origin, and grants them all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities made available to students at the school. Loyola High School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, or ethnic origin in the administration of its educational policies, admission policies, merit scholarships and financial aid programs, and athletics and other school administered programs. Catholic applicants are generally, but not always, given precedence over non-Catholic applicants.