Loyola School is a Catholic Institution run by the Jesuit Fathers. It is a day school for boys from Std. I to XII. The School issues application forms for Std.I - IX during the month of April (if there are vacancies).

CBSE Plus-two

Two groups

Biology Group (English, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Biology)

Computer Science Group (English, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Computer Science)


With a view to fostering the sense of equality and unity on the campus, the school insists on the following dress code:

  • Plain white short-sleeved shirt (with the school logo on the top right corner of the pocket), to be tucked in,
  • Plain black shorts for junior boys up to class VII,
  • Plain black trousers for senior boys from class VIII upwards,
  • Footwear must be such that they could be firmly fastened on. Loose slippers are not allowed. Simple canvas shoes of any colour with ankle
    socks are recommended. School uniform is to be worn on all days except School Youth Festival day and the last day of each term.
  • Uniform is compulsory while travelling on the school bus.
  • There is no tie as part of the school uniform.
  • Jeans, low-waist trousers,waist belts with large buckles or grotesque designs on them, do not pass for school uniform. No figures or printed messages are allowed on the uniform. Spiked running-shoes should not be used anywhere but the ground

Loyola Policy

Loyola School doesn’t accept capitation fees for admission. If any person approaches any parent offering to secure admission by paying any donation or capitation fee, the matter may please be intimated to the Principal. Parents are advised not to believe anyone who might misrepresent the fact for his own benefit.

Admission, secured on the strength of fake documents or by suppressing material facts, will stand forfeit on detection of the irregularity.

No communication by e-mail or snail mail is normally entertained. The school favours personal enquiry at the office or reference to the notifications displayed on the Notice Board. The school takes no responsibility for any errors in telephonic communication.