Loyola Senior High School(羅耀拉高中)
Loyola Senior High School
基本資料 | Information
Loyola Senior High School is a Roman Catholic co-educational day school for students years 11-12 located in Mount Druitt, New South Wales, Australia. An Ignatian school in the tradition of St Ignatius of Loyola, it is situated in Sydney's Western Suburbs in a seven hectare lightly wooded, landscaped site which received the Sulman Award from the Royal Institute of Architects for its design. Founded in 1993 and a current member of the Christ Catholic College community of schools, it is linked to the international network of Jesuit schools begun in Messina, Sicily in 1548.
Loyola, as the school is frequently referred to, aims to teach students so that they may become young men and women of competence, conscience and compassion, striving always for excellence in all they do.
Jesuit education insists in individual care and concern for each student. Loyola has developed an academic program and pastoral care system, which enables each student to reach his full potential as a person of faith, created and loved by God.
Loyola's sister Jesuit Colleges include St Aloysius' College and St Ignatius' College, Riverview in Sydney, St Ignatius' College, Athelstone in Adelaide and Xavier College in Melbourne.