Every graduating senior at Loyola High School in Detroit was accepted into a two-year or four-year college.
An all-male school in Detroit has achieved a one-hundred percent acceptance rate for the ninth year in a row.
This achievement could be attributed to the school’s “Signing Day” program. This year-long program works to increase college readiness particularly among low income students and first-generation college-going students by working in conjunction with the Michigan College Access Network.
This high school continues to challenge its students beyond academia by encouraging students to be reflective and committed to the service of faith and justice.