Principal's Message

The almost three hundred years of Montfortian Education, as inherited and practiced by the Montfort Brothers of St. Gabriel, is replete with commitments to realize the Montfortian vision in different societies and cultures. The exemplary work of the Brothers in the field of education has been a contribution of immense value to the world and particularly to our country. This legacy has been carried out in manifold ways by our dedicated teachers and staff in Loyola High School in new and creative ways.

As someone rightly said ‘the aim of education is the knowledge not of fact, but of values’. We provide a platform to our children to showcase their talents and discover a new facet of their personality. In Loyola we aim to provide the highest quality education possible to meet the needs of all students, within the limits of available resources, and within an environment and ethos that promotes Christian values, mutual respect and responsible citizenship. Since 1969, Loyola has been serving society with utmost dedication and determination. While we foster a climate of academic ambition the aim of management and staff of the school is to create an atmosphere of trust and good communication where, students, staff and parents may work together as a community. By providing a broad range of curricular and extra-curricular activities we strive to nurture all intelligences, talents and capacities and thus ensure that the academic, personal, social, physical and vocational development of each student is promoted within a holistic environment.

We are a school which is child centered, and so all our efforts, our work and our endeavours revolve around the achievement of each student’s potential, academically, socially and emotionally. We have the highest expectations for each young person in our care and, as such, it is our responsibility to do our utmost to ensure that each one imbibes the right values of life. As Principal, I look forward to sharing the shaping of this most exciting and challenging phase of your sons’ and daughters’ educational development.