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Why Loyola

Loyola inspires its students to become men of faith, scholarship, service and leadership, providing them with an academically rigorous, four-year college preparatory education to graduate prepared for lives of leadership and service to their community.

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Academics

A Loyola education will challenge you, helping you develop morally and intellectually, sending you into the world as the man God created you to be.

Academics

A Loyola education will challenge you, helping you develop morally and intellectually, sending you into the world as the man God created you to be.

The Jesuits are best known for their colleges, universities and high schools.  To be educated by the Jesuits, a Catholic order founded 500 years ago by St. Ignatius Loyola, means receiving the best education possible.  That tradition continues at Loyola, where 99 percent of our graduates pursue higher education.

Loyola’s administrators, teachers and staff inspire and develop critical thinkers. This academic excellence leads to a community of innovators and poets, journalists and athletes, leaders and artists.

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Athletics

From the track to the field, from the court to the pool, excellence drives our every move and action.
Loyola High School football team running on to the field before a game

Athletics

From the track to the field, from the court to the pool, excellence drives our every move and action.

As a student-athlete at Loyola, you will cultivate the essential attributes of confidence, character and sportsmanship to become a leader.

You will join fellow Cubs on over 35 teams including football, soccer, cross country, water polo, tennis, golf and lacrosse to name a few. You will celebrate with Loyola sports teams that have won over 71 California Interscholastic Federation Championship (CIF) titles, let alone the highest award, the Commissioner’s Cub, for having the best overall boys’ athletic program in California.

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Spirituality and Service

Loyola High School inspires students to become men of scholarship, faith and service.
Loyola High School student reading from pulpit during a ceremony

Spirituality and Service

Loyola High School inspires students to become men of scholarship, faith and service.

The Jesuit philosophy of educating the whole person – body and soul – permeates Loyola today. During your four years at 1901 Venice Boulevard, you are required to commit 140 hours to community service and many of you will contribute nearly 200. You are called to be men of action that impact through service and reflection.

In the past two decades, Loyola students have dedicated over 1.7 million hours to community service, culminating in the nationally recognized Senior Service Project. It is the only community service program of its kind in Southern California where, during a three-week period, Loyola’s seniors focus on giving back to the community as volunteers at inner-city hospitals, special-education schools, soup kitchens, centers for battered women and shelters. College applications and studies are put aside as they work six- to seven-hour days. Many seniors feel that it is the capstone of their four years at Loyola. To date, over 11,000 Loyola seniors have completed this life-transforming experience.

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Life at Loyola

You will be challenged. You will grow. You will learn. You will achieve. You will be tested. You will explore. You will thrive.
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Life at Loyola

You will be challenged. You will grow. You will learn. You will achieve. You will be tested. You will explore. You will thrive.

Whether it’s running for Student Council, participating in our nationally-recognized Speech & Debate team, writing for our award-winning publications, joining one of our more than 70 student clubs or being an on-air personality for our Broadcast Club, there’s a Loyola for you. There is a Loyola for everyone.

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Cubs for Life

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"Loyola is a place of personal, academic and spiritual growth. I fostered lifelong friendships, learned to be a compassionate leader and served my community with unconditional love and empathy. My four years as a Cub continue to impact the person I am today."

Alejandro Salinas Class of '17

"At Loyola I was pushed to not be afraid to ask hard questions, challenge answers, and explore the unfamiliar. This experience has helped me develop into a well-rounded man ready to take on the adventures the future has in store."

Miles Bearden Class of '20

"Loyola has allowed my peers and me to understand the importance of challenging ourselves in academics, athletics and other activities, while still being able to have fun in high school. Loyola encourages us to step out of our comfort zones and to challenge ourselves to try new things, whether that be in the form of joining new clubs or giving back to the community. Although Loyola is a place of temporary academic rigor, the bonds made here are lifelong."

Charles Gaffney Class of '21

"My short time at Loyola has allowed me to experience a myriad of things. I’ve been constantly challenged both physically and mentally through academics and athletics. Moreover, I have made amazing, life long friends, special connections with faculty and staff, developed as a leader and have been able to connect with my faith on a deeper level than I had prior to attending Loyola. In my mind, what sets Loyola apart is the loving community. On the one hand, nothing comes easily, but, on the other hand, no one wants to see anyone fail. Whenever I struggle, there are teachers, coaches, and friends that are more than willing to help me; and I firmly believe that that is what makes Loyola High School so special."

Sam Yoon Class of '22
80+ clubs and activities students can choose from
99% of Loyola students go on to college/university
1:23 teacher/student ratio
190+ zip codes are represented throughout and beyond Los Angeles County

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Coach Casani Talks Loyola Football on the Ellen K Show

On Friday, October 15th, during her popular morning show "Friday Morning Lights", Los Angeles KOST 103.5 FM  radio personality Ellen K interviewed Coach Drew Casani ’91 on Loyola football and much more. Please click here for this great interview, full of

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Open House

Loyola High School will host an Open House on Sunday, October 24, 2021 from 12:00 - 4:00pm. Join us on campus and meet students, teachers, coaches, and alumni. This is an opportunity to learn about Loyola and see all that

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Parent Association Kick-off!

Join us for our Inaugural event for the Loyola Parent Association (LPA)! The evening will begin with a meeting in Caruso Hall to learn all the ways you can get involved at Loyola. You will meet the LPA Co-Presidents and hear

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2021-2022 Parent/Student Handbook

Welcome to a new school year, Loyola families! The 2021-2022 Parent/Student Handbook is now available for viewing here. It can also be accessed within the Parent Dashboard and Student Dashboard. All families will be required to sign the Parent/Student Handbook via PowerSchool.

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Take Your Little Brother to the Game

The “Take Your Little Brother to the Game” is designed to unite the members of the Class of 2025 with their senior Big Brothers. Little Brothers and Big Brothers will show their Loyola pride by cheering on fellow Cubs at

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Memorial Mass

We look forward to seeing you this Saturday, July 31, for Mass at 6:00 in the evening, on Hayden Circle to celebrate and give thanks for the lives of past Loyola Presidents Fr. Patrick Cahalan, SJ †; Fr. Robert Walsh, SJ

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Class of 2020 Celebration

The first-ever, one-year reunion for the historic Class of 2020! Step onto the Grad at Grad walkway and join us on the steps of Loyola Hall for a special ceremony and a reception to follow.

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Summer Session 2021

Courses offered on campus will only be available for our Loyola High students with limited enrollment. The session will run from June 21st through July 23rd.

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Principal’s Blog

Loyola High School is closely monitoring information in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Visit this page for school updates provided by Principal Frank Kozakowski.

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