Loyola Blakefield, a Catholic, all-boys middle and high school, was founded in 1852. The Jesuit institution prides itself on its mission to create "men for others." The school draws students from as far away as Howard County and southern Pennsylvania.
The quiet campus, which overlooks North Charles Street, typically sends 100 percent of its graduating seniors to college, according to statistics on its website.
Loyola's alumni include author Tom Clancy, Maryland attorney general Joseph Curran and sportscaster Jim McKay.
- Fax: 443-841-3105
- Founding Date: Jan 01 1852
- Number of students: 1000
- Public/Private: Private
- Financial aid: Yes
- Religious affiliation: Catholic
- Accreditation/licenses: Association of Independent Maryland Schools
- Grade levels: 6-12
- Extracurricular activities available: Intramural sports, performing arts, clubs
- Sports teams: Loyola's Dons field 16 varsity teams in the upper school and 12 in the middle school.
- Student clubs: Many, including chess club, comedy/improv club, French club, German club, Wii Bowling club