Thank you for your interest in attending summer session. Registration for Summer 2023 will open on Monday, April 17.
Save the Date – Summer Session will run from June 19th – July 14, 2023. Loyola Summer Session closes in observance of Independence Day. Independence Day is observed Monday, July 3rd and Tuesday, July 4, 2023.
The Loyola High School of Los Angeles Summer Session offers a comprehensive and innovative course of study for young men and women who will enter grades sixth through twelve in August of the new school year. The summer curriculum is designed to reinforce the fundamental concepts, attitudes, and skills necessary for academic success in a variety of subject areas. In addition, Loyola Summer Session provides opportunities for participation in and development of co-curricular skills. The summer program is designed to combine serious academic study and physical activity with a relaxed social atmosphere. If you have any questions, please contact summerquestions@
On behalf of the summer session faculty and staff, we hope your son or daughter will find the summer session to be an enjoyable learning experience.
For information about Cub Year One (CY1): First Year Foundations, please click here.
To view the 2023 Summer Session Course Catalogue, click HERE.
For help in deciding if your child should take Math Fundamentals, Pre Algebra, Introduction to Algebra Part 1, or Introduction to Algebra Part 2, click HERE to view the placement tests.
For current freshmen: Intro to AP World History is a great class to help prepare current freshmen for the AP World History course. Intro to Honors Algebra 2 is a fast-paced class to help prepare those students transitioning from Algebra 1 into Honors Algebra II in the fall. Need to work on a foreign language? We offer classes in Spanish and Mandarin. Lastly, Summer Reading 10 is designed to meet the Loyola summer reading requirement.
For current sophomores and juniors: Need to brush up on Mandarin? We offer review courses in Mandarin I, II and III. In the sciences, we offer Pre-AP Biology and Pre-AP Chemistry. Want to take care of your summer requirement? Summer Reading 11 and 12 are available online.
For current juniors: Need to brush up on Mandarin? We offer review courses in Mandarin I, II and III. In the sciences, we offer Pre-AP Biology and Pre-AP Chemistry. Want to take care of your summer requirement? Summer Reading 11 and 12 are available online
Transitioning from Pre-Calculus/H Pre-Calculus to AP Calculus AB/BC: Intro to AP Calculus AB/BC is a great class for students transitioning from Pre-Calculus/H Pre-Calculus.
The 2023 Summer Reading Book Lists, Guides and Requirements for all grade levels can be viewed and downloaded here.
If you are enrolled in a summer reading course, you will need to purchase your own textbooks. There will be a limited number of new textbooks available through Loyola’s campus bookstore. The bookstore will be open from 8:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. during the first week of the summer session. Hours for the remaining four weeks will be 8:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
To view the 2022 Summer Session Parent-Student Handbook, click HERE.
Summer Session Schedule
Period 0: 7:10 – 8:25 a.m.
Period 1: 8:30 – 9:45 a.m.
Recess: 9:45 – 10:05 a.m.
Period 2: 10:10 – 11:25 a.m.
Lunch: 11:25 – 11:55 a.m.
Period 3: 12:00 – 1:15 p.m.
Period 4: 1:25 – 2:40 p.m.
Questions? For fastest response, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 213.381.5121 (ext. 1202).
Loyola is offering its bus service for the 2022 summer session. In efforts to improve our in-house bus service, Loyola now contracts all bus services through one company, American GTS, to better streamline the process.
For the 2022 summer session, we plan to have five bus routes catering to our most dense populations. The cost for the 5-weeks will be $250.00, which includes morning and afternoon buses (bus leaves at 1:30pm). Not only is this more convenient for your children, but it also fosters an environment for friendships and community with fellow riders.
To guarantee a spot, at this time we are requiring the full balance of $250.00 when you register for bus transportation. Bus registration will close on May 20, 2022. Seating is limited, and we offer first-come, first-serve enrollment.
Loyola reserves the right to cancel, modify and amend proposed routes and service. Only Loyola contracted buses are permitted to transport students, including pick or drop off at our designated parking areas on Venice Blvd.
Pasadena – San Marino Firehouse/Huntington Dr., Sierra Madre/San Pascual, Fair Oaks/California
South Bay (Please note: different pick-up and drop off locations) – Pick-up: Torrance/Catalina, Sepulveda/22nd St,, Houston’s Drop-Off: Rosecrans/Sepulveda, Manhattan Beach/ Sepulveda, PCH/16th St., PCH/Torrance
Westchester – Target-Rear Parking, Westfield Mall Parking (next to Mountain View Tires)
Westside/Palisades – Palisades Dr./Sunset, Sunset/Carey, 26th/San Vicente, Bundy/Olympic
West Valley – Ventura/Lindley, Ventura/Noble, Ventura/Laurel Grove
Click here to view the bus schedule. Registration for bus transportation opens on Monday, April 4, 2022.
We encourage all families who are driving students to/from school and after-school activities to utilize carpooling with other families as much as possible. We know it’s difficult sometimes to know who to carpool with, especially when you are new to the school. Typically, students will meet many students during sports, summer school, and orientations that live in the same geographic area and will start carpooling arrangements and schedules.
We also highly encourage families to take advantage of the robust public transportation options that exist in Los Angeles County. Consult www.metro.net for a user-friendly experience to see what public transportation routes are best from your area. Metro TAP (Transit Access Pass) card registration forms are also available here: TAP Card Student Application Form.
We look forward to a successful summer session and please know that we are always available to answer your questions by emailing the Assistant to the Dean and Transportation Coordinator Mr. Torres ’99 directly at email@example.com or 213-381-5121 x1205 with any inquiries.
Summer Session Staff
– Mrs. Judy Dell’Amico, Director of Summer Session
– Mr. Chris Walter ’93, Assistant Director of Summer Session
– Dr. Evelyn Mabra, Dean of Summer Session
– Mrs. Alexandra Kimball, Summer Session Administrative Assistant
To contact us, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 213.381.5121 (ext. 1202).