Schools will open on a two-hour delay, Wednesday, January 17.

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Give the Gift of Education

What you need to knowFrequently Asked Questions

Is the school really tuition-free?

We offer scholarships to all eligible students as well as requiring parents to contribute $40 per month and 20 volunteer hours per year.

The Loyola School is an independent preschool and elementary school. It is not a state-funded Head Start preschool program.

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How is the school funded?

Operating costs are funded through the philanthropy of generous friends and supporters.

This model allows The Loyola School the independence to create a unique curriculum and program that offers an invaluable educational opportunity to students.

All the Jesuit schools in the Baltimore area are part of the USA East Province Jesuits and are responsible for their own finances.

The Loyola School does receive public support from the Maryland State Department of Education through the food reimbursement program and the Maryland Child Care Scholarships program.

Where is TLS located?

The Loyola School is in the Mt Vernon neighborhood of Baltimore.

The mailing address is 801 St. Paul Street, Baltimore, MD 21202.

We are located near the CityLink Pink Line of the MTA BaltimoreLink and the Purple Line of the Charm City Circulator.

What is the cost to attend TLS?

Tuition is covered by a sponsor or sponsors who commit to supporting the cost of your child’s education for all three years of preschool and/or five years of elementary school.

How do I know if we are eligible to send our child to TLS?

You can find information on our eligibility requirements on our enrollment page.

What is the application process?

Please visit our enrollment page.

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When are applications accepted?

Applications are accepted beginning Nov. 1st for the following school year.

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What ages and grades does The Loyola School serve?

Children who are ages two (by September 1st of the next school year) through third grade are welcome to apply.

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Is the school open year-round?

Yes, TLS is a year-round program.

Visit our school calendar for more information

Do you provide transportation?

Families are responsible for dropping off and picking up their child.

We are located near the CityLink Pink Line of the MTA BaltimoreLink and the Purple Line of the Charm City Circulator.

Does my child need to be Catholic to attend TLS?

We welcome students and families of all faith backgrounds and traditions.

Our curriculum and culture are informed by our Catholic Jesuit values and we encourage students to participate in mealtime prayers and occasional chapel services.

The Loyola School is not affiliated with the Archdiocese of Baltimore.

What food program does TLS use?

The Loyola School is part of the Child and Adult Care Food Program which provides healthy, balanced meals for the children every day. Breakfast, lunch and an afternoon snack are served daily.

Meals include whole grains, fresh fruit and vegetables and low-fat milk. As part of the USDA-funded program, The Loyola School follows their non-discrimination policy.