Loyola High School, Patna, is a coeducational day school affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), New Delhi. Established in 1969, the school is a Christian religious minority institution administered by the Society of Montfort Brothers of St. Gabriel, Ranchi province. The school was initially affiliated to Bihar school examination board and later switched its affiliation to the CBSE in 1993.
Being a Christian religious minority institution, Loyola High School primarily caters to the educational needs of the Christian community, but is also open to others irrespective of religion, caste or community.
The school hosts a well stocked computerized library with a variety of books, well equipped labs for physics, chemistry, biology, languages and computer science. The multipurpose hall serves as an auditorium and an indoor sports area. The school also offers facilities for outdoor sports such as cricket, football and basketball.
The school is affiliated to the CBSE and students are prepared for the All India Secondary School Examination and the All India Senior School Certificate Examination conducted at the end of class X and class XII respectively. The medium of instruction is English except for social science which is taught in Hindi.
Extracurricular: The school promotes co-curricular activities such as quizzes, debates, elocution, dance, drama and music. It also encourages and facilitates sports such as football, cricket, basketball, table tennis and athletics.
Please contact the school office for information on fees and admission.
The school is a recipient of the Third Computer Literacy Award from his Excellency Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, in 2005.