Grade 12 Yearbook Grad Comments


The theme of this year’s yearbook is “Social Media”. ¬ Graduating students have the option to add a 140 character “Tweet”/message as part of their grad photo. ¬ This is an opportunity to leave your reflection of your High School years in the yearbook You will need to be logged in to your Loyola Google Account to do this (Otherwise you will recieve a message that you don’t have permission to access). ¬ Here is the link when you’re ready to leave your message:¬¬ All submissions are due by Wednesday, April 1, 2015 … Continue reading

Course Selection for 2015-2016 is Underway!

course selection

Planning has begun for the 2015-2016 school year. Course option presentations have taken place for all students in grades 9, 10 and 11 to assist with course selections for next year. All students intending to return for the 2015-2016 school year will be using myBlueprint ( – an online tool to help students search and discover a range of post-secondary pathways. Option Sheet packages, which include the white option guide, a self-printed verification sheet and an on-line payment receipt for the $65.00 Student Activity Fee, or cheque are due back to your child’s period 1 classroom teacher by March 4th, … Continue reading

Spencer West speaks to Loyola Community


The Loyola community was fortunate to have Spencer West ¬ address us today on the messages from Me to We. This event, along with the subsequent fundraising initiative, is a joint venture of Loyola Justice League, Loyola Student Council and Loyola Me to We. ¬ Our collective hope is to build upon our commitment to human dignity and social justice by highlighting for students Spencer’s message – to make a difference for others – in whatever way they can. There will be three “Make a Difference Donation Civvies” days: February 6 February 19 February 27 All funds raised will be allocated (as … Continue reading

Loyola Arts Night


Parents and students are invited to enjoy a¬ wonderful evening featuring the creative work of Loyola’s arts students on Thursday Feb.12th.¬ The evening will start at 6:00 p.m. in the library with an art show including artwork by students from Grades 9 to 12.¬ At 8:30 p.m. drama students will be presenting “Scenes from a Play.”¬ ¬ Admission is free. … Continue reading

Grade 12 Volunteer Hours


As part of the requirements set out by the Ministry of Education, all students need to complete 40 hours of community involvement prior to being eligible for graduation. ¬ If you’re not sure if hours with an organization will be approved please see Student Services. For Grade 12s, these hours are due on Monday, March 2 to student services.

‘Winterlude’ Highlights Loyola’s Musical Talent

Winterlude 2015

The Loyola Music Department hosted their annual Winterlude on Thursday January 8. The evening showcased performances by the Loyola Concert Band, the Loyola Glee Club, Instrumental Music classes as well as our newest addition to the program – the Loyola Drum Line. Congratulations to all of our student musicians for putting on a wonderfully entertaining¬ show. Special thanks to Mr. Possoco, Ms. Sundstrom, Ms. Castronovo and Mr. DeStefano. … Continue reading

Winter Spirit Wear is here!


With the winter weather here, this is your chance to stay warm with Loyola Winter Spirit Wear. ¬ All items will be sold at Hawks Haven (where you buy popcorn). ¬ Though warm and comfortable, these items are not part of the school uniform. Scarves – $6 Toques – $6 Heidi Hats – $7 … Continue reading

Knights of Columbus award Loyola students

Knights of Columbus

At the Knights of Columbus Christmas dinner on Tuesday, December 9, 2014, two of our students were recognized for their works. ¬ Michelle Crescini was honoured for her drawing that she created for their “Keep Christ in Christmas” campaign. ¬ This drawing has been reproduced and sent to all the Catholic elementary schools in Oakville. Michela Badami won the prize for the best Grade 10 essay on religious freedom. ¬ Congratulations to both our students! … Continue reading

Art created from recycling


The Eco Team has been diligently collecting plastic bottles during Waste Reduction Week. ¬ They were promoting litter less lunches in the cafeteria. ¬ The Tech Team created the bases for the trees as the Eco Club assebled the trees. ¬ The art students created the posters to accompany the trees.   … Continue reading