Students who are willing to work hard and be a positive presence at school;
Students who are committed to attending college;
Students and parents who wish to be a part of the Brophy/Loyola community;
Students desiring a structured environment and willing to commit to an extended school day (7:30 a.m.–5:30 p.m.) and 11-month school year (August–June);
Families who qualify by verified need;
Families committed to supporting their children's academic success, including attending school functions, participating in monthly community meetings (evenings), adhering to the demands of classes and activities, limiting television use at home, encouraging the development of English language skills and nightly reading, and reviewing homework daily.
How to Apply
Families interested in enrolling their sons in Loyola Academy are encouraged to contact the director, Ms. Kendra Krause.
Banner photo: Loyola Academy scholars in an original production, "The Headless Horseman," written by Loyola Academy faculty member, Mr. Forrest Ashby.