The launch of "Empower Loyola: A Campaign for Exceptional Sons" was featured as the lead story in a recent edition of "Student and Educator." Check out the great coverage here which includes exciting architectural renderings of how our campus will start to look approximately a year from now: myemail.constantcontact.com/Michigan-Education-News--09-14-23.html?soid=1114254466542&aid=QUcSmWKbKD4.
On September 11 — Patriot Day — students from Loyola High School marked the anniversary of terrorist attacks in the USA by assisting Blue Star Mothers of America as they assembled hundreds of paracord bracelets for deployed military in the Middle East, Africa, and Poland (at the Ukrainian border). The bracelets, which can lift 750 pounds when unwound, are made of parachute cord and are strong enough to lift equipment, stop bleeding, and save lives. Led by retired Loyola teacher Mrs. Kathy Gross-Jacek and social studies teacher, Mr. Dennis Morey, our students were also joined by our local state representative
The “Detroit Catholic” was at our school last week to cover the groundbreaking of “Empower Loyola: A Campaign for Exceptional Sons." Hear what Archbishop Vigneron, President Smith, and others had to say about our $9 million capital campaign to renovate our campus, secure scholarship funding, support teacher retention, and solidify our commitment to northwest Detroit. Not only did the reporter do a terrific job, Empower Loyola was the lead story. You can enjoy the full article here: www.detroitcatholic.com/news/loyola-launches-9m-campaign-to-build-new-chapel-fund-tuition-retain-teachers
On Sept. 13, Loyola announced an exciting $9 million campaign to renovate our campus, secure scholarship funding, bolster teacher development and solidify our commitment to northwest Detroit. The investment includes a new 200-seat chapel, the first Catholic place of worship built in Detroit in more than half a century. You can help invest in Catholic education in the city and in the development of youth in Detroit. Find out more at: loyolahsdetroit.org/empower-loyola-campaign/