Loyola School, Jamshedpur

Loyola School, Jamshedpur is affiliated to the CISCE Board in Delhi and imparts education from kindergarten to Class XII level. One of the premier Jamshedpur schools, Loyola School is reputed to produce toppers in the Indian Certificate of secondary education (ICSE) and Indian School Certificate (ISC) examination every year.

The school maintains strict discipline and does not encourage breaking of school regulations. Loyola School of Jamshedpur follows a school curriculum that includes the academics and the extra curricular activities. The school stresses on the participation of the students in competitions that inculcates a challenging spirit in the students and a respect for the talent of the opponent.

The academic instructions in the school are given in English. The students are encouraged to speak in the English language while in school. Loyola School at Jamshedpur also encourages the students to be attentive in class to reduce the necessity of attending tuitions outside school.

The infrastructure of Loyola School, Jamshedpur is furnished with science laboratories, computer room and a library that has an exquisite collection of fictional and reference books for the students. The playgrounds of the school are present for the students to participate in sports. With all facilities, the school aims to provide the students with a strong and firm ground in academics that will aid them in pursuing the career of their choice.

Last Updated on : March 23, 2016


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