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Open House - September 17, 2022

** SEP14 UPDATE: Our Open House tours are sold out. Please come back to this page in the days following Open House for additional information.

Grade 5 and 6 students and their families are invited to register for a one-hour tour of Loyola High School to see the facilities and meet with Faculty & Staff on September 17, 2022.

This is a great opportunity to see and hear about how we will be rolling out our co-educational programming and other exciting changes ahead.

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Frequently Asked Questions

The most common questions we receive

In order to answer all your questions, we strongly suggest you sign up for our in-person Open House event on September 17, 2022. This will allow you to meet our faculty, staff and students, tour our facilities and get all the information about our programming.

Can my family afford Loyola?

Last academic year over 16% of Loyola students (1 in 6) received partial or full bursaries of over $700,000. The average bursary covered 63% of the total school fees. Our goal is to ensure our whole person formation is accessible to all regardless of gender, language, faith, or belief. Our generous and thriving financial aid program ensures that a family’s finances are not a barrier to students who aspire to join the Loyola community. Our “needs-blind” admissions policy ensures that there is no disadvantage whatsoever to the financial aid applicant during the admissions process.

When will applications for girls open for the first time?

Applications for both boys and girls are open now, in anticipation of welcoming the first female students at the beginning of the 2023-2024 school year. As is currently the case, however, potential students must possess Quebec English-language eligibility to register.

Do you accept applications for Secondary 2 through 5?

Yes, Loyola accepts applications for any grade level. Please see the General Information section for Incoming Secondary 2-5 Students.

What is the average class size at Loyola?

In Secondary 1, class sizes range from 25-28 students per class. Class sizes range from 23-29 in the older grades depending on streaming options chosen.

Does Loyola accept international students?

Loyola does not run an international program and caters to Québec residents with English-language eligibility. However, students coming to Quebec on a Study Visa or with parents on a Work Permit can be considered. Please contact the Admissions Office directly for further information.

What is the pedagogical program at Loyola?

Loyola follows the curriculum set by the Québec Ministry of Education, but supplements this curriculum based on the tenets of a Jesuit, Catholic formation.

Do I have to be Catholic to apply?

No. Our goal is to ensure our whole person formation is accessible to all regardless of gender, language, faith, or belief. Prospective students must be open to following a Jesuit, Catholic formation but do not have to identify as Catholic.

What can I do if I cannot attend your Open House?

Visit this page on September 19 for additional information and a summary of our Open House event. You can also contact admissions (see below form).

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Have questions?

If you still have questions or require information in order to determine whether Loyola High School is right for your child, do not hesitate to contact us.

Contact Admissions