Saint Columbkille Partnership School's Loyola Academy middle school honors the December "Loyola Leaders of the Month."
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Saint Columbkille Partnership School made the bold decision to offer full-time remote learning with dedicated remote learning specialists. And it's paying off.
Saint Columbkille and parent Kira Freytag were included in an Associated Press article about the decline in enrollment at public schools as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
Loyola Middle School students in grades 7 and 8 participated in a unique project with Boston College called The Guestbook Project, which gives youth a chance to tell their story and break down the barriers of social injustice.
Grade 6 student Zizi Etolue, Grade 7 student Draylin Beaudrault, Grade 8 student Madeline Parker, and Grade 6 remote student Rose Bragg were named November’s “Loyola Leaders of the Month” (LLM), a program implemented to promote self-awareness, practice the Jesuit philosophy, and develop a greater sense of community among the middle school community.
At a glance
- 400 Students enrolled from 2.9 Pre-K to grade 8
- 32 Languages spoken in the homes of our students
- 34 Cities and towns represented
- 100% of teachers have or are working towards a Master's Degree
- $1.2M Amount of funds raised annually for financial aid and programs
- 47% Nearly half of our students receive needs-based financial aid
- 95% of students are reading at or above grade level