Loyola Sacred Heart High School
|Loyola Sacred Heart High School|
|320 Edith Street
Missoula, Montana, (Missoula County), 59801
|Religious affiliation(s)||Roman Catholic|
|School district||Diocese of Helena|
|School number||(406) 549-6101|
|Chief custodian||Rick Norway|
|Student to teacher ratio||15:1|
|Color(s)||Blue, Red, and White|
|Slogan||From God . . . Through the Family . . . to the Individual|
|Fight song||"On Loyola"|
|Athletics||Toby Stack, AD|
|Athletics conference||Class B; District 6|
|Accreditation||Northwest Accreditation Commission |
|Feeder schools||St. Joseph School|
|Affiliation||Roman Catholic Diocese of Helena|
Loyola Sacred Heart High School is a private, Roman Catholic high school in Missoula, Montana. It is one of many schools in the Roman Catholic Diocese of Helena, another popular one being Butte Central Catholic in Butte. It is also affiliated with St. Joseph Elementary School, and both institutions are supported by the Loyola Sacred Heart Foundation. The Boys and Girls sports teams go by different names, being the Rams and the Breakers, respectively.
Loyola Sacred Heart was founded in 1873. It originally existed as two separated schools: Loyola High School, a boys-only institution founded by the Jesuits; and Sacred Heart Academy for Girls, founded by the Sisters of Providence.
In 1974 the two schools merged into a new school, ultimately called Loyola Sacred Heart High School. The first principal of the co-ed school was Orlando R. Barone of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, who served for six years.
Montana High School Association State Championships
- Boys Football - 2012, 2013
- Boys Tennis - 2013
- Boys Golf - 2009, 2010, 2013
- Boys Cross Country - 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2006, 2010
- Boys Track and Field - 1960, 1961, 2005
- Girls Cross Country - 1997, 2003, 2004, 2012
- Girls Softball - 2003
- Girls Track and Field - 2005
- Girls Volleyball - 2005
- Speech and Debate - 1982-2014 The school's 31 year winning streak is the longest-running current high school state championship streak in the nation.
- NAAS. "Northwest Association of Accredited Schools". Retrieved 2009-07-29.[dead link]
- MHSA. "Montana High School Association Web site". Retrieved 2006-12-31.
- Rob Chaney. "Loyola wins state speech and debate crown, now holds nation's longest winning streak". Retrieved 2010-05-06.
- Loyola Sacred Heart High School Website
- Loyola Sacred Heart Foundation Website
- St. Joseph Elementary School Website