As a Catholic co-educational College we focus on the importance of belonging to our community, strongly encouraging each student to discover his or her God-given talents. These gifts are to be developed, not for self-satisfaction or self-gain, but rather, with the help of God, for the good of the community.
As a College in the Ignatian tradition, Loyola has a clear purpose:
- To develop a well-rounded person of competence, conscience and compassion who will be of service in the world
- To instil in our students a joy in learning, encouraging the reaching for the Magis and a life-long openness to growth
- To nurture a sense of wonder and mystery in learning about God’s creation and seeking God in all things
- To promote individual care and concern for each person
- To provide opportunities for students to encounter the person of Christ as friend and guide, coming to know Him through Scripture, sacraments, personal and communal prayer, in play and work and in other persons, leading to the service of others in imitation of Christ.