Like the other reviewers noted- Loyola has an extraordinary english dept. I arrived at college with stronger writing skills than many of my peers, at an Ivy League institution. The teachers are always willing to help- I remember on one occasion a teacher called her friends to cancel plans so that she could continue helping a student outside of school hours. Although the science department was lacking when I attended, it's continually improving. Even though I hated high school, I received an incredible education.
- submitted by a student
February 15, 2009
very sorry science dept. yeah english is good but that does adress the poor quality of math biology chemistry and physics
- submitted by a community member
January 10, 2009
i love this school. it has such great programs for everything! the french program... is especially wonderful! coming from someone in the class, it rocks! and all the kids i know in the class love it! They also have great math, science, history, and english programs. overall amazing! i would reccomend this school to anyone! especially those who are interested in going to a good college! =)
- submitted by a student
November 05, 2008
Rigorous English program prepares students well for college and the reading and writing portions of the SAT/ACT. Students learn how to write coherent, college level essays. They read a wide variety of books and do creative and analytical writing. Math teachers explain difficult concepts well and are eager to provide extra help. Chemistry teacher is outstanding; he is able to use analogies to help students understand abstract concepts. Top notch music and speech/debate teachers and football coach. All teachers seem to really care about the students.
- submitted by a parent
April 26, 2007
Top notch for academics- rated top high school in Montana (2006 and 4 years out of last 7) according to Montana Office of Public Instruction. Powerhouse in Class B athletics. Montana's top speech/debate team with 24 years of state titles. 'Loyola Sacred Heart is a diocesan Catholic, co-educational high school committed to providing a high quality college preparatory education in an environment of traditional Catholic teaching' (from profile). Most graduates go on to college including the Ivies, Service academies and major schools. Class of 2006 received $2.3 million in scholarships. Accredited by NW Assn of Schools Colleges & Universities. High parental involvement with all aspects of program including fund-raising. Annual tuition based on ability to pay.