Loyola Academy

of St. Louis

A 13+ Year Program

Loyola Academy of St. Louis is a Catholic, Jesuit, upper-elementary and middle school for boys who have the potential for college preparatory work, but whose progress may be impeded by economic or social circumstances. Loyola Academy provides a rigorous academic program, character education, enrichment courses, and recreation that enable our graduates to succeed in college-preparatory high schools and beyond. Following 8th grade graduation, students are supported through four years of high school and up to six years of college or trade school by the Graduate Support Team.

95.5% Daily Attendance Rate

1:8 Student to Teacher Ratio

20 Students in the Average Class

100% of 8th graders were accepted into their first-choice college-preparatory high school in 2023.

3.0 Average GPA of Alumni in High School

A Bright Future

The future is bright at Loyola Academy of St. Louis! In the fall of 2023, we welcomed our first class of upper-elementary students and finalized plans to expand our campus facility. Since joining our community, our youngest students have demonstrated immense academic growth and become little brothers to our middle school students. Our hearts are full as our community grows and we look forward to breaking ground on our new upper-elementary academic wing, the Jeanne Noonan Hunter Center for Education!

Congratulations, Class of 2024!

Congratulations to the Class of 2024 for being accepted into their best-fit college-preparatory high schools! We are immensely proud of our scholars for each individually pursuing the high school that will help them succeed, resulting in our most diverse acceptance in years!


Next fall they will be attending Cardinal Ritter College Prep, Chaminade College Preparatory School St. Louis, Christian Brothers College High School, De Smet Jesuit High School, Mary Institute and Saint Louis Country Day School, St. John Vianney High School, St. Louis University High School, St. Mary’s South Side Catholic High School, Westminster Christian Academy, and Whitfield School.