Loyola High School Admission.
Loyola High School is a Jesuit Secondary School offering quality education. It is a Catholic School open to both boys and girls of all religious persuasions.
Admission for 'O' Level
Form One (1) Admission
The student must have completed standard VII. Standard VI students are not eligible. Shortlisted candidates will sit for entrance examination and pass before being admitted. Only students born between January 2001 and December 2005 are eligible
Form II and Form III entrance examination followed by admission for students in December who are qualifying, depending on availability of study places. Candidates sit for a similar entrance examination with respect to their entrance level.
Admissions for 'A' Level
Loyola High School offers the following combinations in A - Level: CBG (Chemistry, Biology and Geography), ECA (Economics, Commerce and Accountancy) EGM (Economics, Geography and Mathematics), HGE (History, Geography and Economics), HGK (History, Geography and Kiswahili), HGL (History, Geography and English Language), HKL (History, Kiswahili and English Language), PCB (Physics, Chemistry and Biology), PCM (Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics) and PGM (Physics, Geography and Mathematics).
In order to qualify to be admitted to Form 5 at Loyola High School, the applicant must have obtained in his/her Form 4 Certificate of Secondary Education Examination (CSEE), good passes in combination subject. Admission can only be offered to those with Credit (Grades A, B or C) in the subjects they wish to study. The applicants must also sit for Loyola Form 5 Entrance Examination and pass.