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Summer Session


Updated May 15, 2020

Due to COVID-19 health and safety concerns for our students, faculty, staff and families as well as state-mandated social distancing, Summer Session 2020 classes are moving online. We will offer a select number of courses only to our current and incoming Loyola High School students. All other classes will be cancelled.

Any cancelled class will receive a full refund in the next two weeks for all fees paid. Anyone wishing to cancel their registration for classes that are going online, has until Friday, June 5th to receive a full refund. All classes that are being offered will be taught by current Loyola teachers who have successfully taught online for the last three months and are committed to creating the best academic experience for our students in an environment that pursues academic excellence.

With on-campus Summer Session being cancelled, the Loyola Athletic Department has moved their CIF dead period to June 12th to June 25th. Because of this, the Summer Weight Training and Conditioning class will commence online on Friday, June 26th and continue every Monday, Wednesday and Friday, ending on July 24th.

Please visit out Course Catalogue page for the updated list of all Loyola classes that will be offered online, such as Summer Reading for all grade levels, Loyola Leadership Lab, Loyola Cub Bootcamp and other courses in mathematics, science, social science, foreign language and more.

Thank you for your understanding while we navigate these unique times. If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate in reaching out to jdellamico@loyolahs.edu or summerquestions@loyolahs.edu.

Updated June 4, 2020

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 upcoming school year.

Now in its sixtieth year of successful operation, 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.

Summer Session will run from Monday, June 22nd until Friday, July 24th. July 3rd and 6th are school holidays, so school will not be in session these days.

Early bird online registration ($50 discount applies per class) will open in April and must be completed by June 5, 2020. After June 5th, regular registration is available until June 19, 2020. If you have any questions, please contact summerquestions@loyolahs.edu.

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.

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. Diane Arias, Summer Session Administrative Assistant

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