Today Loyola hosted a 2023 V.I.W. (Very Important Women) Breakfast. Students invited special women in their life's to join us on campus as we began the day with food, refreshments and morning prayer. We are grateful for the opportunity to celebrate and recognize the important contributions of women in our community and beyond.
Fr. Don, through The Fr. Vincent Welch Memorial Foundation which he created on behalf of his late, great, baseball-loving friend, has been one of our most ardent supporters through the years.
Fr. Don, you are absolutely a Man for Others…a Man for Detroit…and truly a Man for Loyola!
God bless you and Happy Birthday!
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Our season may have ended but the enormous pride we have in our coaches and team remains stronger than ever! Thank you Bulldogs for an incredible - and an historic - run. Our Bulldogs finished the year 25-2, the best record in school history! Plus they achieved so many successes along the way. We can’t wait to see what next year brings!
March 14th was National Pi (3.141592653) Day and our dedicated Math Teacher, Mr. Matthew McNamee, found a clever way to celebrate it with the entire school. He provided students and staff with their own pies! Mr. McNamee earned an “A+” for ingenuity, creativity and, of course, good taste! Thank you, Mr. McNamee!
Loyola’s incredible pair of bowling brothers, Ryan and Cody Champion, achieved another amazing feat: Both finished in the Top 10 at the MHSAA State Championships. Cody, ‘26, (pictured right) finished 2nd with an incredible score of 1217 pins! Brother Ryan ‘24, (on the left) finished 9th with a remarkable score of 1143 pins! That’s Bowling Coach Dominique Darnell in the center showing how proud he is of their achievements. All of us at Loyola are proud of the Champion brothers and the entire team!