Loyola High School is an independent high school for young men who face the challenges of an urban environment and who are serious about their future. Our school is a partnership of students, staff, parents, the community, the Archdiocese of Detroit, and the Jesuits of the Detroit Province. Loyola High School, a Catholic school in the Jesuit tradition, nurtures a culture of hope and academic success for young men in Detroit challenged by an urban environment and prepares them to be men of Christian love, justice, and service who act with integrity, compassion, and courage.
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