Jesuit Ministry

Jesuit Mission

Jesuit Mission & Tradition

The Jesuits have specialized in education for more than 450 years. Loyola Blakefield traces its history through that long legacy back to the first school founded by St. Ignatius Loyola at Messina, Italy, in 1548. And we’ve drawn our energy and passion for educating young men for others from the Jesuit tradition.

Jesuit education makes a difference...

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  • Educating The Whole Person

    Our teachers blend challenging curriculum with the spirituality of St. Ignatius to form a well-rounded educational experience. You’ll experience academic excellence here as the beginning of a lifelong discipline and pursuit, inseparable from faith and serving others. We call it educating the whole person.

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  • Cura Personalis

    Loyola Blakefield educators are living, breathing examples of the Jesuit dedication to loving and respecting the unique talents of each individual. As a student here, you’ll always have our teachers as a model for seeking your own way to serve people in need and God.

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  • Ignatian Pedagogy

    With the goal to develop young men of competence, conscience, and compassion, our teachers and faculty will guide their intellectual, spiritual, moral, and emotional development. Students learn how to reflect deeply and are challenged to serve members of their community.
500 Chestnut Ave. Towson, MD 21204
(410) 823-0601