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Posted June 25, 2014
- a community member
Loyola is a great school with a lot of great faculty. The staff here keep the students engaged in learning by having them participate in group learning activities. It is also great the students wear uniforms with a dress code, I feel this helps the student learn a sense of responsibility and prepare them for the real world. The campus is beautiful and the amenities for the students are excellent.
Loyola has a rich history of providing its students with a solid, well-rounded education. Mind, body, and spirit are central to the school. My experience, speaking as an alum, is that once you scratch at the surface, there's a place for everyone to thrive here. The faculty are very dedicated, and challenged me to take my best efforts to the next level.
Loyola-Blakefield is a warm and caring environment. My son loved it from the first day. They combine rigorous academics with a staff that inspire students to be their best all in a christian environment. The various afterschool sporting activities provides the boys a chance to be active and learn sportmanship. All told, Loyola is turning my son into a very well-rounded young man who has learnt to think for himself and question things he does not agree with. I am glad that he in encouraged by the teachers to develope an independent mind.
I am very impressed by Loyola-Blakefield. The character-builing, the education and the atmosphere are excellent for teenaged boys. College is easier with this background, values for a life time are formed, and friendships are enduring. It is a great school.