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Parent Giving

The Loyola Fund

The Loyola Fund is made up of 9 key areas that support the annual budget of Loyola High School that directly impacts students, faculty, staff and the jesuit community. To ensure the continued success of Loyola our goal is to raise $6 million, approximately 6% of the overall budget this 2019-2020 school year.  Loyola’s ability to provide an extraordinary Catholic jesuit education stems directly from the ongoing and generous financial support of parents, alumni, past parents, grandparents, friends, foundations and corporations that invest in the mission of creating Men for and with Others. Following in the Jesuit tradition of philanthropy, we invite 100% of our community to participate and support the mission of Loyola High School.

Loyola Fund designations give you the opportunity to designate your dollars to the area that resonates with you and your family while supporting key areas that make a Loyola education possible.

Gift Designations*:

  • Where it is needed most
  • Academic Programs
  • Athletics
  • Cura Personalis – Student Merit Fund
    • Merit Awards**
    • Tuition assistance
    • Travel stipends for community service trips
    • College counseling tours
    • Language immersion programs
    • Cub Cash for food and supplies
    • Loyola bus service
    • Extracurricular activities (i.e. dances)
  • Faculty and Staff development
  • Fine and Performing Arts
  • Jesuit Community and Religious Life
  •  Student Life and Co-Curricular
    • Campus Ministry
    • Community Service
    • Equity and Inclusion
    • Activities and Clubs
  • Technology and Innovation

*In the unlikely case directed contributions greatly exceed an areas budgeted limit, Loyola High School reserves the option to direct the use of such funds to the area of greatest need.

**Merit Awards: A merit award is a financial award that students receive based on their overall success as an incoming 9th grader or as a high school student. Merit-based awards are not only limited to a student’s grades, but also consider factors such as leadership roles, test scores, activities and school or community involvement.

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