The community of Loyola High School is committed to the long-term growth and improvement of our students and our school. We appreciate your trust in allowing us to serve your family through your son’s spiritual, academic and social development.
Michael W. Boehle ’84
Director of Business Operations
Director of Financial Aid
What the School Year
at Loyola Will Cost
Below is the total cost per class to attend Loyola High School. Included in the total cost is tuition, registration and all of the required fees for the 2021-2022 academic school year.
At the registration deadline of March 15, 2021 for incoming freshmen and on or before May 15, 2021 for accepted transfer students, a non-refundable $540 registration fee is required.
If you are planning on paying your tuition in full, please contact Loyola High School directly by July 15, 2021 [FACTS form not required]. Please contact Ms. Angelica Young at 213.381.5121, ext. 1320 for further details.
Monthly Payment Options
There will be 10 monthly payments from July 2021 – April 2022. It is mandatory all new families paying monthly must enroll in FACTS by March 15, 2021 for incoming freshmen and June 10, 2021 for accepted transfer students.
Your registration packet for the fall semester will not be considered complete if you have not submitted a FACTS form.
The FACTS plan offers two options to pay tuition and you can choose either the 5th or 20th of the month to pay your tuition.
- Electronic Debit
- Credit Card
Electronic debit, as authorized by parents, from their bank accounts (checking or savings accounts). There is an annual FACTS fee of $50.00 for families choosing the 10-month option. It is important to note that FACTS Management Company and Loyola High School never see your bank account nor have any direct access to your account. FACTS complies with state and federal laws to be completely confidential and limited to what has been authorized by the parents to control the automatic payment process.
Credit cards – FACTS accepts the following credit cards: American Express, Discover, Visa and MasterCard. If you choose to pay tuition through your credit card you will be charged 2.85% per payment. For example: If your monthly tuition payment is $500 you will be charged an additional $14.25 for a total charge to your credit card of $514.25.
In addition, FACTS Management Company offers a “Peace of Mind” option for families in the event of a death of the responsible party or their legal spouse. For a minimal fee of $22.50 a year the FACTS Management Company will insure up to $30,000 in paid tuition in the event of the death of a spouse.
Loyola High School of Los Angeles is committed to providing quality, faith-based education for your children. Working with FACTS is one more step in assuring that we can continue that mission. This policy enables families to choose a reasonable payment plan while enabling us to run a financially and educationally sound institution for your children and the children of generations to come. We trust that you understand our decision and will continue to support us as we continue our ministry.
Financial Aid Options
The average student aid grant is approximately 52% of tuition.
- "Need Blind"
Financial aid is available on the basis of demonstrated need.
All aid is provided on an annually renewable basis. Students receiving aid must maintain an acceptable academic rating and conduct record.
This year $4,400,000 in need-based financial aid will be awarded to over 350 students, approximately 27 percent of the student body. $465,000 in Merit scholarships are awarded to outstanding applicants who not only achieve high marks academically but also demonstrate high achievement in co-curriculars at school and their community.
- Available: November 1, 2021
- Deadline for submission: January 28, 2022
Returning Student Applications
- Available: February 1, 2022
- Deadline for submission: May 31, 2022
Our admissions process is need-blind. This means that the financial aid committee is not aware of who has applied for financial aid when evaluating applicants, so that it cannot affect the outcome of a young man’s application.
The Financial Aid Office is committed to assisting qualified applicants, so financial status should not dissuade any outstanding young man from applying.