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The Annual Prize Night is a major event in the School's calendar where the best in academics, sports and extra-curricular are recognised. The annual function is held in April, and in recent years has been split into two evenings, one for Junior School and the following day for seniors. This year the Annual Prize Night was organised on April 16-17, at the basketball courts. It is a moment of great pride for the recepients and their parents; a moment that they will cherish for many years to come. The following is the list of Senior School awardees:



Dear Parents,

As the academic year draws to a close, it is time to introspect on the year gone by. It has been a mixed year for Loyola. Our students, who are our greatest treasure, have won many laurels for the school. We have had our share of sad moments, but emerged out of them stronger.

Mrs Banoo Damodiwalla who has served our school for over 25 years will be leaving our school on superannuation. The school will miss a dedicated and sincere Librarian who instilled the love for books in our students.

Colour pencils

Dear Parents/Guardians,

We are nearing the end of the year - 2009 and we would like to share with you some of the changes that have been incorporated in the management.

We bid farewell to our Rector, Fr. Oscar Horo, SJ. after six years of dedicated service to Loyola. Fr. Horo will always be remembered for his gentle ways, hard work and his great love for children. He joined Loyola in 2003 as Rector and was appointed as Vice-Principal of the Junior Section in 2005. He maintained a good rapport with his subordinates and superiors and was appreciated and liked by all. We wish him all the very best in his future endeavours.

Astha Talwar

On the 10th of August 2009, Loyola School hosted its 59th Annual English Elocution and Extempore Speech Competetion. The contest, held in the Fasy Auditorium, had tiny tots from the junior school competing for the Choral Recitation Trophy while seasoned speakers from the High School and Plus Two battled with words of learned length and convincing rhetoric for their repute as outstanding public speakers and coveted spoils on the trophy stand. Ms. Shakti Sharma, Head of Education, JUSCO, was the chief guest. Mr. Ronald D'Costa, an alumnus, Mrs. Sunita Sinha, Principal of Gulmohar High School, Telco, and Mrs. Ashu Tiwary, Principal of Motilal Nehru Public School were the judges for the event.


This year 167 students from Loyola appeared for ICSE and 201 students for ISC. The results were cent percent. The following is the list of school toppers, many of whom topped the city of Jamshedpur with 30 CISCE affiliated schools. Well done!

Fr. Victor Misquith