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Grades 7 TO 11 — Montreal, QC (Map)

Loyola High School:


Tuition is always a key concern of parents. The cost of tuition is set by individual schools, and varies widely. It is important to note that tuition does not necessarily cover all costs, and additional fees may apply for other resources or access to facilities at the school. Financial assistance of various kinds is sometimes available.

Tuition Fees


What Loyola High School says about their tuition:

Tuition at Loyola is all-inclusive and covers both academic and extracurricular fees (with the exception of students that sign up for our hockey program). This tuition ensures that families do not need to pay additional fees for students that join the many activities, events and clubs that our school offers. A generous financial aid program is available to families.

Financial Discounts

Discount TypeEnrolment TypeAmount
Full payment all students$100

Need-Based Financial Assistance

Loyola High School's need-based financial aid. Learn this school's average amount of aid offered, the grade levels it offers aid to, and the percentage of eligible families it offers aid to.

Grade range that need-based aid is offered: 7 to 11
Percentage of grade-eligible students receiving financial aid16%
Average aid package size$6,000
Percentage of total enrolment on financial aid16%
Total aid available$0

Apply for financial assistance at Loyola High School

Application Deadline: March 15  (Repeats annually)
More information:

Application Details:

This school works with Apple Financial Inc. for processing financial applications
There is no specific income requirement to apply for financial aid. The process relies on individualized assessments that take into account each family’s unique circumstances, including their employment earnings and other income, assets, liabilities, number of dependents etc. Parents must complete the online application and submit the required documents. Apple Financial Services provides an objective analysis of each application, with a recommendation of what the family should reasonably contribute towards the total fees. The Bursary Committee reviews the results and approves the final grants. Families are notified in writing of the committee’s decision. All new applicants will be asked to meet with the Bursary Committee to discuss their applications prior to approval of the final grants. The financial aid granted is of one-year duration. Families must reapply each year if their financial need persists. The School trusts that the information provided on the application is accurate and truthful. Any evidence to the contrary will put the student's standing at Loyola in jeopardy and risk a repeal, retroactively, of all the financial aid awarded.

Merit-Based Financial Assistance

Loyola High School's merit-based scholarships. Learn about the different types of scholarships this school offers, how much they're worth, and their application details.

Loyola High School does not offer merit-based financial awards.

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