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Since our founding in 1896, we have nurtured the unique talents and passions of our students to help them become the leaders of tomorrow, forming them into individuals who are intellectually competent, compassionate, guided by conscience, and committed to a just global society. We have graduated students for generations from all faiths, beliefs and traditions who model the Jesuit ideal of being men and women for others.


The Loyola Difference

Loyola is a school to be cherished and commended for the character building of its students and the essence of community - they do it right!

Andrew & Manon
Loyola parents

Andrew & Manon

What stands out to me about Loyola are the amazing educators. Each teacher does everything in their power to see their students succeed, offering individual feedback and extra-help sessions off-the-clock for any student in need.

Daniel Magee, alumni

Daniel Magee

Loyola’s athletic program provided me with the proper tools and experience to help me succeed as a student-athlete beyond high school. Loyola’s standards, expectations and discipline were critical contributors to my success.

Jeff Dosado
Player Development Consultant, Montreal Alliance

Jeff Dosado

Loyola was a formative experience full of firsts; my first time performing to a big audience, my first time playing in a band, and so many others. These experiences were instrumental to my development as a musician.

David Rourke, alumni
Student at The Juilliard School of Music

David Rourke, alumni

Loyola's focus is for students not just to be better students, athletes or artists, but to excel as well-rounded people committed to a just society.

Thomas Khairy
Named Forbes’ Top 30 Under 30

Thomas Khairy

We couldn't be prouder for our son — and now our daughter! — to represent a fourth generation of our family at Loyola, benefitting from everything a strong Jesuit, Catholic education has to offer.

Mark Noble, alumni

Mark Noble, alumni

Loyola’s values-based formation and spiritual life made me a better Hindu.

Debraj Das, alumni

Debraj Das, alumni

News & Calendar

  • Feb 6
    to
    Feb 12

    Winter Carnival

    All day

    Loyola’s Winter Carnival is returning this year with all the amazing activities that our students know and love: skiing, tubing, indoor activities and competitions, raffles, dances, and more! 


  • Feb 19
    to
    Feb 24

    Secondary 4 Experience Week

    All day

    From February 19 to February 24, 2023, all Secondary 4 students will be engaged in formative activities rooted in Ignatian pedagogy. These experiences will allow them to analyze the context in which they serve, to evaluate and reflect on lived experience and empower them to take action. The Experience Week at Loyola has been an integral part of our spiritual programming for years as your children live out the Grad and Grad characteristics that lead them to be men for others.


Accessible to All

Accessible to All

Do you need to be Catholic to attend Loyola? Of course not! 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.

Read more about our financial aid program

Where our graduates have studied

Concordia University
Hec Montreal
Oxford
Dawson College
UQÀM university
John Abbott College
Juilliard
McGill University
Marianopolis
Harvard
Champlain College
Vanier College