Ready for Continued Jesuit
As we enter our 155th year as the longest-running educational institution in Southern California, I want to welcome you to Loyola High School. While our city, state and country face the challenges of returning to school during this pandemic, we are confident that you will be the beneficiary of an extraordinary education at Loyola whether we are conducting classes in person, online or a combination of the two. We already see our faculty and you rising to this unique challenge, pursuing academic excellence as you become Men for and with Others.
– Mr. Frank Kozakowski, Principal
College Essay Virtual Workshop
Online Open House
How We Will Teach
The school day will follow the school calendar as published.
- Four periods a day each for 60 minutes in length
- Subject specific assessment window in the afternoons
Instructors will post daily class agendas on their Canvas Landing page. In addition, classwork and homework assignments will be posted on Canvas.
Class periods will consist of synchronous and asynchronous activities and attendance will be taken and logged in Powerschool each period. Teachers and students should have interactions within the class period.
A “YES” answer to any of the questions will require you to stay home. Please follow the protocols that apply to you:
- Employees: Contact HR, Dean and Director of Student Health
- Students: Contact Dean’s Office and Director of Student Health
- Guests: Contact the person with whom you had an appointment
A member of Loyola’s COVID-19 response team will contact you with further instructions.
Loyola High School is closely monitoring information in response to COVID-19. Principal Frank Kozakowski’s posts include: