Loyola High School of Los Angeles
Men for and with Others
Welcome, in admissions our goal is simply to provide you and your son information to help your family make the best decision for his future.
As the oldest continuing secondary school in all of Southern California, we know that high school is a time for change. We pride ourselves on our ability to appreciate the individual gifts of each student, while challenging them to share those gifts with our school community and the world beyond.
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Loyola Cubs are an extremely talented group of young men who exemplify character, faith and hard work. They become friends for life and have fun while embracing new challenges.
In Admissions, our goal is simply to provide you and your son information to help your family make the best decision for his future. If you have questions, please fill out an admissions inquiry or call us at 213.381.5121, x1202.
The Jesuits have been at the forefront of education for five centuries. It involves care for the individual, a striving for excellence, sharing one’s gifts and developing unity of heart, mind and soul.
The all-male environment at Loyola is one that promotes leadership, integrity, social responsibility and most of all, acceptance. We put a strong focus on faith, academics and co-curriculars, encouraging students to explore their full potential, while also fostering an environment that is open and welcoming in response to the needs of young men both academically and developmentally in the 21st century.
Most importantly, however, the camaraderie and the brotherhood that is fostered on this campus will stay with you for a lifetime. At Loyola, you may be a student for four years, but you will leave as a Cub for Life.
"Loyola High School has given me many opportunities to grow in my role as an educator and I look forward to being part of the growth of the school for many years to come."
— Angela Reno, Director of Admissions
Member of the Loyola community for 5 years
"Loyola High School provides a unique opportunity for our outstanding young men to inspire themselves into becoming the best person they see."
— Matthew Baham, Assistant Director of Admissions
Member of the Loyola community for 12 years
Future Cub Father '25 and '27
— Alexandra Kimball, Admissions Administrative Assistant