Loyola School CBSE Sindagi began in 2011 as Loyola KG School at 'Sangama' Social Work Center near Jnana Bharati School, Sindagi. It was later shifted to the present new campus in 2013. The construction work of the school began on 16 October 2013.
Rev Fr Lawrence Pinto SJ was the founding father. Later Fr. Eric Mathias SJ served till 16 August 2014. Then came Dn. Lancy Dais who left in December and was replaced by Fr. Kanikyaraju as the Manager of the School.
The Year 2014 was one of the most significant years of Loyola School, Sindagi as it received an independent building for its classes. March 08, 2014 was the historic day as the building was dedicated to the students in the presence of our benefactor Rev Fr. W. Molinski SJ of German Province. Most Rev. Dr Robert Miranda, Bishop of Gulbarga, Mr. Oscar Fernandes, Minister of Road and Surface Transport Government of India, Mr. M.B. Patil, Minister of Irrigation, Government of Karnataka, Fr. Francis Serrao SJ Provincial of Karnataka and a large number of Jesuits and other well-wishers were present.
On 1 st of July 2015 the foundation stone for the faculty house Loyola Nivas was laid. In the month of September. a new computer lab with 35 computers was made available for the students of Loyola School. New Bus to Loyola School Sindagi was purchased on 18 th May with the generous contribution of ;Rheinik; parish in Switzerland ;with the help of Fr Toni Kurmann. New play area for Loyola School Sindagi:was constructed in the month of March 2015.
In 2017,the secondary school building work began in the campus.t first Sisters of St.Joseph of Lyons were the collaborators. Later the Ursuline Franciscan Sisters (UFS).In the year 2018, Sr Milagrine UFS took over as the HM of Loyola School Sindagi. On the occasion of 43 rd birthday celebration of Fr Jerald D'Souza, 43 plants were distributed to the children. Little forest in the campus was named as 'Loyola Vana'.
In the year 2021, Fr Cyril Castelino was appointed as the new Principal of Loyola School. Presently Fr Lancy Fernandes SJ is the Principal since 2022.
The Society of Jesus, a Christian Religious Order Founded by St. Ignatius of Loyola in 1540 has been active in field of education throughout the world since its origin. In India, the Society of Jesus is at present administering more than 150 schools and colleges in which over 1,15,000 young people belonging to every social status, community and linguistic group, are being educated through the medium of English and different regional languages. These institutions are part of the Catholic Church;s effort to share in the country;s educational undertaking. This effort, while being particularly responsible to the Christian community, has always been at the service of the whole nation.
A Jesuit School aims at the integral personal formation of the young. To accomplish this, special efforts are made:
♦ to help students to become mature and spiritually oriented men and women of character;
♦ to encourage them continually to strive after excellence in every field;
♦ to value and judiciously use their freedom;
♦ to be clear and firm on principles and courageous in action;
♦ to be selfless in the selfless in the services of their fellowmen and women;
♦ to become agents of needed social change in or country.
A Jesuit School thus aims at making its contribution towards a radical transformation of the present social system, so that the principles of social justice, equal opportunities, genuine freedom, respect for religious and moral values enshrined in the Constitution of India, may prevail and the possibility of giving a fully human existence may be open to all.
Characteristic note of Loyola School
● This is a Minority Institution though primarily intended to give education to Christian children, school is open to all without distinction of caste, class and creed.
● The motto of Loyola school is - "Education for Transformation and Liberation." We desire to seek and form students of right principles, honesty, commitment,excellence in whatever they do, open to the signs of times, men and women who can creatively respond and be compassionate to others specially the least, last and lost.
● Activity based subject learning is given emphasis. Students are challenged to go beyond learning to personal study and research.
● Students are equipped with learning tools to enable them to seize learning opportunities throughout life as to broaden their knowledge, skills and attitudes and thus to adapt to a changing and interdependent world.
● Loyola school, believes in creating men and women of creativity, competence,character, compassion and commitment.