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The parents of Loyola School students have entrusted the School with bringing to maturity, the seed of manhood I womanhood that has been so carefully sown in the home. They, however, should co-operate with the School by their total involvement, which calls for a real understanding of the School’s philosophy.

Parents should be living examples of the values taught to and expected of their wards, They should inform the Principal and the teachers concerned of any family problems or other pertinent facts that are necessary for a proper understanding and guidance of their wards. They should participate in the growth and development of Loyola School.

To attain total harmony between the home and school:

  • Fr. Principal sends information thro’ letters to Parents about the activities, achievements, growth and development of Loyola.
  • Progress Cards are given at the end of each Assessment/Term examination.
  • Parents-Teachers meetings are organised.
  • Parents are encouraged to meet the teachers, by appointment, to discuss the progress of their wards.
  • Parents harassing a Loyola teacher (in or outside the School) for favours for their wards may be asked to withdraw their wards from the School.
  • The School can do very little for students whose parents give bad example or teach something contradictory to what is taught in School.