Student Life

The classroom is just one of many places to live life at Loyola Blakefield. Ace lessons in perseverance, fair play, respect, leadership and teamwork in any one of our 17 sports programs. Join a spiritual retreat through our Campus Ministry department. Develop your chess and language muscles. Educate the Blakefield community to make environmentally responsible choices. Examine how personal expression is swayed by different cultural, social and spiritual influences. Test your creative wings (and lungs) in one of our instrumental and vocal ensembles. Or tread the boards as a Blakefield Player.

Loyola Blakefield - After the Bell

Growing intellectually and spiritually means finding out what you're interested in and developing friendships along the way. At Loyola Blakefield these life-after-3pm opportunities take many forms.

Uniquely Diverse Experiences

Join us at Loyola Blakefield and you’ll encounter a community that is diverse in race, culture, religious beliefs, socio-economic backgrounds, interests and perspectives. We’re all the richer for it. You’ll become an even better man for others if you feel free to be your own man. And that comes with exposure to a greater variety of ideas.

 

Meet the Dons

Our ongoing video series takes a closer look into our students’ experiences at Loyola Blakefield.

What makes campus life so much fun, and so Loyola?

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A tradition of fun: We’ve been practicing it for years. We’re family, transcending time zones and zip codes. Tradition is evident, from our fun, competitive annual Turkey Bowl to Don-bonding traditions such as Graduation in The Hollow, Kairos Retreat and Adopt-A-Family.  
Dining Services: The main ingredient is “fresh.” The amazing meals at Loyola Blakefield's dining hall are created from seasonal menus, custom-designed to the tastes of our students. We even keep stomachs engaged.  
School pride: It’s in more than our dress code. Loyola Blakefield pride is reflected in the classroom, on the athletic field, throughout our 60-acre campus, and in how we relate to OTHERS.