Events and Competitions: Monsoon 2015
The Frank Anthony Memorial All India Inter School Debate
Loyola proved its mettle once again as it won the Stage - II of the prestigious Frank Anthony Memorial All India Inter School Debate Competition in both the Senior and Junior categories - thereby qualifying for the national finals to be held in Carman Residential and Day School, Dehradun on the 24th of September.
We were represented by Ritwik Mehta (XII) and Muskan Mascharak (XI) in Category-I which was for the seniors. The competition was held at KSMS, Sakchi and the topic given to them was - ‘The purpose of society has lost its significance.’ A total of 8 schools from 5 states had participated out of which Loyola was declared the best team. Ritwik Mehta was also awarded the 1st Runners-Up Speaker Position.
Visit of teachers from Oriel High School, Sussex, UK
Nadia and Rebecca sweep the Loyoleans off their feet!!
Come April and it was time for the annual visit of two teachers from Oriel High School in Sussex, United Kingdom.
Farah Nadia Nathani and Rebecca Jane White, the former a Computer Teacher and the latter an English teacher, visited Loyola School from 7th April to 11th April 2014 as part of a reciprocal exchange visit programme funded by the British Council.
Upper K.G. Admission for 2014-15 (for Boys and Girls)
Upper K.G. Admission Forms for 2014-15 will be available on the following dates:
2013 Board Results at a Glance
ICSE, Appeared 216, All Passed
ISC, Appeared 177, All Passed
“The old order changeth yielding place to new and God fulfills himself in many ways
Lest one good custom should corrupt the world.”
As we usher in the summer break, we also usher in change in the Loyola Management. We Jesuits believe in regularly rediscovering and reinventing ourselves while simultaneously ensuring that Jesuit tradition and ethos continue to be preserved. The changes will ensure there is a fresh approach to running the institution while at the same time ensuring that the values and principles basic to Jesuit education are intact.