Loyola High School, Patna

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Loyola High School
Senior wing Loyola.jpg
Senior wing of the school
Location
Kurji
Patna, Bihar
Information
School type Missionary
Motto Daily Towards Progress
Religious affiliation(s) Roman Catholic
Established 1969
Principal Rev. Bro. Sateesh S.G.
Gender Co-educational
Average class size 60
Hours in school day 6
Houses Red, Blue, Green and Yellow
Colour(s) Green and Gold         
Publication Spark
Affiliations CBSE
Website

Loyola High School, Patna, India, is a co-educational Christian institution which was founded in 1969, originally for boys and later for girls. It is administered by the society of Montfort Brothers of St. Gabriel (Ranchi Province).[1]

St.Montfort's Statue in the school premises

It was affiliated to the Bihar School Examination Board in 1976 but switched to the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) in 1993. It expanded to include a senior secondary section on 1 April 2000 with primary, secondary and senior secondary sections and again in 2005 to include a montfort montessori. The school is equipped with science laboratories, compute library and smart classes and spread over a large campus providing.[1]

Uniform[edit]

Students have to attend school in the uniform, the colours of shirt is white and lower uniform color is Indian air force blue.[2]

Alumni[edit]

Loyola has an alumni association and maintains a database of ex-students. The primary objective of the association is to promote and maintain contacts among the ex-students and to help the school with matters concerning its promotion, development and welfare.[3] Ravish Kumar is a former alumnus of Loyola High school.[4]

References[edit]

Coordinates: 25°38′10″N 85°06′30″E / 25.6360°N 85.1082°E / 25.6360; 85.1082