Graduate Support

With the current expansion into upper-elementary, Loyola Academy of St. Louis has grown in the 2023-2024 academic year from an 11+ year program to a 13+ year program. Students are supported through five years of upper-elementary and middle school, four years of high school, and up to six years of postsecondary attainment.

A 13+ Year Program

Upper-Elementary & Middle School

Students begin to research their high school opportunities by attending high school fairs and engaging in on-site tours during their High School Exploration Enrichment.

High School: Grades 9-10

The Graduate Support Team visits each high school monthly to check in with alumni, provide social-emotional support, and ensure students stay on track for academic success.

High School: Grades 11-12

Alumni explore their postsecondary options. The Graduate Support Office helps students visit college campuses, complete application materials, and apply for scholarships or financial assistance.

Postsecondary Education

Support continues with regularly scheduled in-person or virtual check-ins. Alumni are connected to scholarships, internships, and employment opportunities.

2022-2023 Program Impact


Alumni Served by the Graduate Support Team


Scholarships Awarded to the

Class of 2023


Average High School GPA


College and University Acceptances by the

Class of 2023


High School Study Abroad Students


Colleges and Universities Currently

Attended by Alumni

“Loyola means home to me. I remember Loyola as a place where I always felt safe and where I could talk to anyone if I ever had a problem. They are like a version of my extended family to me. I say this because even though you graduate, they still stay connected with you. They always stay in touch and help you go to the next level in life and academically.”
– James P., Class of 2020

Alum Spotlight

Chris Deloch, Class of 2010
Growing Skills Beyond the Basketball Court

Chris Deloch is a true example of a Man for Others and a scholar-athlete! After graduating from Loyola Academy in 2010, Chris attended De Smet Jesuit High School where he made honor roll all four years while balancing his academics and participation in multiple sports. He then went on to win two championships playing for the Missouri Cyclones semi-pro football team. Chris currently plays for the Central Illinois Cougars and serves as a Skills Coach for both De Smet Jesuit High School and Elite Speed.