Loyola Blakefield, a Catholic, college preparatory school, established by the Jesuits and imbued with the spirit of Ignatius Loyola, forms men to serve with and for others. The Loyola student is preparing to graduate as a man of integrity, who, because he strives “to find God in all things,” is open to growth, intellectually ambitious, religious, loving, and committed to diversity and doing justice.
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Named Baltimore's Best Private High School (Baltimore Sun)
Acres of campus and innovative facilities.
Student to Teacher Ratio keeps classes small and engaging.
Hours of community service performed by students each year.
of our 2023 Graduates were accepted into college.
All students are equipped with cutting-edge devices to promote flexible and collaborative learning.
Our Performing & Visual Arts programs invite creative expression.
Named a Top Workplace by The Baltimore Sun for eleven years and counting.
Clubs & Activities keep our students enriched long after the last bell rings.
Sports programs competing for prestigious championship titles.
Our CampusMore Than Just A School
Our scenic 65-acre campus seamlessly blends tradition and innovation to create an unrivaled environment for our students. It's a place where lessons are learned, passions are discovered, and friendships are forged. It's a place to call home. Watch Video
Anthony Day's legacy at Loyola is one of collaboration, as well as thoughtful and reflective Ignatian leadership. Please join us in thanking him for the many ways he has enriched our school community and wish him all the best as he continues his career in Jesuit education at Fordham.