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Please visit the Admissions page for enrollment criteria, eligibility requirements, and application materials. For questions, concerns, or to schedule a school tour, please contact the Dean of Students and Admissions at 314-584-0194 or [email protected].

No, Loyola Academy accepts students and families of all faiths and religions.

The NativityMiguel model was founded in New York in the early 1970s and has demonstrated great success, being replicated more than 30 times across the nation. The model is characterized by operating an extended day program (7:30 AM – 5:30 PM) and extended school year (early August – mid June) that serves families from under resourced backgrounds. The NativityMiguel model provides a challenging academic curriculum, wrap-around services to support the whole student, a graduate support program that follows students through high school and beyond, and a faith-based approach to education.

It costs Loyola Academy $20,000 to support one student for one academic year. Tuition for families is based on a sliding scale based on the family’s income, typically ranging from $50-$100 a month.

Yes, Loyola Academy has income eligibility guidelines. Please submit financial documentation, including two current pay stubs, the prior year’s W2s, and a copy of your most recent tax return form for Loyola Academy to determine your financial eligibility

No, Loyola Academy is not a neighborhood school. Our students represent over 32 zip codes in the St. Louis metropolitan area.

No, Loyola Academy does not provide transportation. However, we do help interested families coordinate carpools with one another.

Yes, Loyola Academy students wear tan khaki pants, navy blue polo shirts, and dark, solid-colored black or brown shoes.

Loyola Academy prioritizes the individualization of learning for every student. Students with identified learning or medical differences may qualify for additional support services through Academic Plans or Section 504 Plans. To ensure consistency for students, we are able to administer most prescribed medications on site.

Loyola Academy does not draw down Title I funding for special education services (Individualized Education Program or IEP) for students who qualify, through an educational diagnosis, in a public school. However, there are times when Loyola Academy may be an appropriate educational placement for a student who currently has an IEP. These instances are determined, in consultation with the family, on an individual basis.

Loyola Academy aims to serve the whole child and practices a trauma-informed, restorative discipline system that prioritizes student ownership of behavioral growth over time. Loyola Academy also prioritizing maintaining an environment and community that is safe and healthy for all community members. With this in mind, each applicant is considered holistically and on an individual basis.