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2022 Inductees to the Hall of Merit

For the first time since 2018, Loyola held its Hall of Merit Assembly in the Eric Maclean, S.J. Centre for the Performing Arts.

Loyola eyes a successful start for co-ed

More than 600 families attended in-person Open House, exceeding expectations.

Upgraded Hockey Program at Loyola

Loyola High School is excited to announce some changes to its already impressive hockey program, including the addition of a new hockey program coordinator and added training and skills development for players at all levels.

Loyola Choir's impressive 2022-23 season

The Loyola Choir is preparing for the next International Pueri Cantores Congress in Rome in late December 23-January 24, when it will join choristers from around the world to sing at the Papal New Year's Mass.

Register for Open House on September 17

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.

2021-22 Venture Arts Magazine Now Available

The 2021-22 edition of Loyola's literary and arts magazine, Venture, is now available online!

Feature: A Recipe for Success

Allison Cunningham (Parent '26) is co-founder and co-owner of four renowned restaurants in Montréal : Joe Beef, Liverpool House, Vin Papillon and McKiernan.

Feature: Inclusion Revolution

Building on its momentum to promote inclusion in all sectors of society, Giant Steps is currently building a new $51M, first-of-its-kind in Canada, Giant Steps Autism Centre at Technopôle Angus in the Rosemont district of Montreal, where it will be able to offer even more Adult services.

Feature: Making Films for Others

From his early days as a camera operator with Clint Eastwood to his latest projects as director of feature films, Stephen Campanelli’s passion for film is measured on the impact it has on others.

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  • Loyola High School to launch co-education in 2023

    Celebrating a first step in a new strategic direction to make a Jesuit, Catholic education accessible to all, Loyola High School is proud to publicly announce that we will open applications to young women for the first time, with the school launching co-education for the start of the 2023-2024 academic year.
  • Feature: Inclusion Revolution

    Building on its momentum to promote inclusion in all sectors of society, Giant Steps is currently building a new $51M, first-of-its-kind in Canada, Giant Steps Autism Centre at Technopôle Angus in the Rosemont district of Montreal, where it will be able to offer even more Adult services.
  • Loyola's Summer School open to all QAIS students

    Loyola Summer School takes place from Monday July 4 to Friday July 22 and is open to students from all QAIS schools. It is strongly recommended for students and parents to read all information for summer school before registering for a summer school class.
  • Feature: Making Films for Others

    From his early days as a camera operator with Clint Eastwood to his latest projects as director of feature films, Stephen Campanelli’s passion for film is measured on the impact it has on others.
  • Filipinos at Loyola: The Next Generation

    In June 2020, Diego Handinero ‘20 (son of Mike Handinero ‘92), graduated from Loyola High School; one of the first, second generation Filipinos to graduate from the school. On graduation day, Mike knew that Diego got what he needed – a foundation of core values that Diego could trust.
  • Tom Pirelli '65: Journeying With Youth

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  • Meet Scott Corbett

    Scott Corbett came to Loyola from McGill University where he spent the last six years working as a Senior Development Officer, helping to prepare McGill for their bicentennial capital campaign.
  • Christmas Message From President Marcelle DeFreitas

    This is my first Christmas at Loyola, and I can say with all my heart, that it is our students who remind me every day of the extraordinary and immeasurable love that God has for us in a world that prefers light over darkness. 

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