School to celebrate dream journey - marathon marks beginning of Loyola celebrations
Jamshedpur July 28: Loyola School, a humble dream of a group of Jesuit priests from USA, turned 60 today.
To celebrate the long history, the school began with a marathon from the institution premises.
Fr Sebastian Puthenpura, vice-principal of Loyola School, said: "This year, our school completes 60 years, therefore like earlier jubilee celebrations, we have lined up year-long festivities. Over 200 students participated in the marathon along with famous members of the alumni; it was indeed a great beginning to forthcoming year-long celebrations."
Read the full report in the Jamshedpur Telegraph
Pupils put party on hold
The Jamshedpur Telegraph, May 18: A day after the results, students are not taking time off to celebrate their marks. With results of entrance exams for professional colleges around the corner (IIT results are scheduled on May 30), most science students are still keeping their fingers crossed.
Read more on the city's ICSE and ISC toppers this year in The Telegraph.
SAT score success
Jamshedpur, May 5: Living up to its tradition, city students have once again managed to bag offers from prestigious universities abroad for studies at the graduate level.
Six students from Loyola High School will soon make their way to various universities in the United States, Spain and Germany after impressing the institutes with their strong portfolios and, of course, the brilliant scores notched up in the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT).
Tsunami fails to stall excursions (The Telegraph)
Jamshedpur, May 11: Last year, for the students of Loyola School, excursion in Andaman and Nicobar islands turned out to be one of their biggest nightmares, when mammoth tsunami waves battered the island. The students were stranded for days, cut off from the rest of the world.