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Since its inception, Loyola High School has always aimed at blending the motto of the school, Men and Women for Others, with academic excellence. Loyolites are expected to excel academically in view of using their education to reach out to others. Consequently, student’s assessment at Loyola focuses on both, academic performance and character.
Loyola assesses students’ academic progress continuously by using tests commonly known as CATs, i.e. Continuous Assessment Tests, which count for the annual average of the student. Therefore students are expected to be constantly in touch with whatever they are learning.
The school conducts different examinations on Mondays every week called Continuous Assessment Tests (CATS). This help them to get prepared for external exams like, Joint Examinations for Catholic Schools (JECAS), Tanzania Heads of Secondary Schools Association (TAHOSSA), and National Examinations Council of Tanzania (NECTA).These are some of the result which show the school position in Tanzania,
Subjects taught at Loyola: Book-keeping, Commerce*, General Studies+/Civics, Physics*, Basic Mathematics, Basic Applied Mathematics, Additional Mathematics, Advanced Mathematics+, Chemistry*, Geography*, English*, Literature in English*, History*, Economics+, Kiswahili, Biology*, Computer Science*, Music, Physical Education, French, Values, Sports, Religion*, Accountancy+, Bible-knowledge/Divinity, and Islamic Knowledge. (* means that the subject is taught both in O and A ‘Level; while + means that the subject is taught in A ‘Level only).
The number of students as of August 2011 is 1422, of which 940 are in O’ Level (i.e. 636 boys and 304 girls) and 482 are in A’ Level (i.e. 300 boys and 182 girls). Thus, the total number of boys in the school is 936 (65.82%) and that of girls is 486 (34.18%).
Over the past sixteen years since its inception, Loyola has had twelve (12) Form Four classes and ten (10) Form Six classes who sat for the National Examination
HERE BELLOW IS THE SCHOOL PERFORMANCE: