2016 Art Show

Enjoy a wonderful evening featuring the creative work of Loyola’s art students on Thursday February 11th from 6:00 – 8:30 p.m. in the library.   The show includes over 400 works of art by students from Grades 9 to 12.  Admission is free!

Click on the thumbnails below for a preview.




Did you receive a notice from the Halton Region Health Department asking for immunization information?

Some families with children born in 1998-99 recently received a notice in the mail from the Halton Region Health Department because the Region does not have up-to-date immunization records for their child/children. If you have received this notice we are requiring you to do one of the following in order to update your child’s immunization record:

  • Go to your doctor to get required immunizations and update the Halton Region Health Department; OR
  • For students unable to see a physician, the Halton Region Health Department is also hosting immunization clinics in some schools. Information about the dates and times of these clinics was provided on the notice mailed to your home. Halton Region is also hosting four immunization clinics (one in each of our communities) this month to help students born in 1998-99 catch up on the immunizations indicated on their notice. These clinics are open by appointment only and you must register in advance; OR
  • If your child’s immunizations are up-to-date, please update the Halton Region Health Department; OR
  • If your child will not be immunized due to medical or religious/conscience reasons, please submit an exemption form the Halton Region Health Department.

If you have questions about how to update your child’s immunization record, please visit halton.ca/immunize or dial 311.

U of T Youth Summer Program

UofT_Logo_svgThe University of Toronto Youth Summer programs offer high school students a glimpse into the life of a university student at Canada’s top Medical or Law schools.  In partnership with the Faculty of Law and Faculty of Medicine, two of Canada’s foremost faculties, the Youth Summer Programs provide access to the University’s distinguished academic and research professionals who lead “hands-on” academic programming.  The YSP takes place in the months of July and August each summer at the downtown St. George Campus, and range in length from 1-6 weeks.  For more information, please visit www.ysp.utoronto.ca

International Day of Commemoration in Memory of Victims of the Holocaust

elly gotzThe Holocaust was a turning point in history, which prompted the world to say “never again”. Loyola will observe the International Day of Commemoration in memory of the victims of the Holocaust with guest speaker Elly Gotz. Elly is a survivor of the Dachau concentration camp. He lost many family members and friends in the Holocaust. On March 3, Elly will visit Loyola and speak to our Grade 12 students about the Holocaust within the context of justice and forgiveness.

“The Shoah teaches us that we must have maximum vigilance, to be able to intervene quickly in defence of human dignity and peace.” Pope Francis

Culture of Life Logo Contest Winner

culture of lifeCongratulations to Saul Benavides, grade 10 student, whose design was chosen as the HCDSB’s new Culture of Life logo.

Special thanks to the HCDSB and the Culture of Life Team for sponsoring the Board–wide contest.

Click the logo for a photo.


Cross Boundary and Non-Resident Applications

Board logoCross Boundary and Non-Resident Applications due by February 15th!

Parents that are requesting 2016-2017 School Year Cross Boundary/Non-Resident status for their child/ren must submit their applications to the school office by February 15th, 2016. Please note that each request will be judged on its own merit. Parents will begin to receive response letters in mid-May.

Parents who currently have cross boundary/non-resident status within our school must have the request renewed on an annual basis. The request for renewal of Cross Boundary/Non-Resident application should be submitted to the school office by February 15th, 2016.

Requests received after this date may be reviewed based on exceptional circumstances.

To view the Policy, please click the Board logo above to access Policy I-04 Cross Boundary School Attendance.

Questions? Please contact the Main Office at 905.847.0595