Loyola Senior High School is a community centred on the person of Jesus Christ. All are valued, since we are made in the image and likeness of God. In our community:
- we recognise the uniqueness and dignity of the individual, our most immediate encounter with the person of Jesus.
- we take Jesus as our model of a life spent in service, inspiring our students to be men and women for others, working for the greater good of all; we take Jesus as a model of compassion, forgiveness and reconciliation.
- we nurture the full human development of the individual person, through our commitment to pastoral care and through engendering a sense of hope in every person for a better future.
- we form a community, one body of many parts, which is centred on others, is safe and peaceful, secure, co-operative and hope-filled.
- we welcome diversity in culture, tradition and talent, and celebrate the richness each person brings to the whole community.
- we know and value one another, standing with one another in the reality of our lives.
| Where do I find Christ?
When am I Christ-like?
St Ignatius: Is our love expressed in deeds, rather than words?