Loyola Jesuit Secondary School is very clearly a Jesuit school, guided by Jesuit pedagogy, to graduate girls and boys who will be: “women and men with and for others.” One of its mottos says it clearly: “Come to Loyola Jesuit Secondary School to learn not just to make a living but to make a difference!”
Not all of the students are Catholic, but it is a Catholic school. An optional early morning Mass is offered during the week, and so far most of the students are very happy to participate. On Sundays all students must attend a religious service – the main Catholic Mass or other services of their choice. The Malawi educational curriculum has a clear place for religious instruction as well as courses that emphasise ethical wellbeing.
The school contributes to SDG 4:’ensure inclusive and quality education for all and promote lifelong learning’ of the United Nations 2030 Sustainable Development Agenda.