Saint Ignatius Loyola Academy is a tuition-free independent Jesuit school for underserved boys in grades six through eight. Grounded in ...
Saint Ignatius Loyola Academy is a tuition-free independent Jesuit school for underserved boys in grades six through eight. Grounded in the Jesuit mission of social justice, the Academy was founded in 1993 to address a critical need for quality education for children of diverse races, ethnicities and religions from at risk neighborhoods in Baltimore. Enrollment in the Academy is determined by a variety of factors including financial need, a demonstrated desire to succeed, and residence in Baltimore City. The Academy is an 11 month school year program with an extended school day -- 7:30 AM to 5:00 PM. Academy graduates attend competitive college preparatory high schools in Baltimore and the mid-Atlantic region. Our signature Graduate Support Program assists students with high school admissions and follows them through high school and into college with resources to guide their continued success. • 98% of Saint Ignatius Loyola Academy graduates receive a high school diploma.