The Past Lives!
The Students of Std. 3, under the guidance of their energetic Class Teachers – Ms. Domingo and Ms. Dahikane – and the caring and helping hands of 2 of our parents – Mrs. K. Shah and Mrs Valsangkar – set out on an educational trip to “Raja Dinkar Kelkar Museum, Lal Mahal and Shaniwarwada” on the 13th February. The purpose of the trip was to give them a sense of history as they appreciated the cultural artifacts of their forefathers and an awareness that there was history all around them, as they walked through the crowded roads of ancient Pune, from one historical site to another.
Loyola High School’s history is replete with lists of achievers. Boys who excel in academics, who overcome odds to wrest inter-school championships, and boys who still remember to write an ode to their mothers.
Parents / guardians are requested to be present in school when called for, after unit tests and examinations, to meet teachers about their son's/wards' progress and for P.T.A. meetings.
Loyola has had great teachers in the past. Their legacy of inspired teaching was like a blazing torch that has been ably carried forward by the current teachers, and will continue to burn brightly in the future.
Loyola High School believes that Co-Curricular Activities (formerly knwon as Extra Curricular Activities) are an essential means to instill active social interaction and holistic education in a student.