St Aloysius’ College is a Catholic School for boys and girls, aged 3 – 18. As a Jesuit school, it shares in a tradition of educational excellence which is almost 500 years old and it is part of a world-wide network of schools and universities whose mission is the ‘improvement in living and learning for the greater glory of God and the common good.’ (St Ignatius Loyola, 1491-1556).
Any boy or girl who would benefit from the education which the College offers is welcome to apply for a place.
If you are interested in a place for your son or daughter please make contact with us. If you would like a copy of our prospectus you can request one on-line (click button below), by telephone or in writing. Every November we host Open Days when visitors are invited to meet staff and pupils and see around the College. (Please see the News section for details). If you are unable to attend an Open Day we welcome visits at other times of the year. The general criteria that will guide admissions are as follows:
(a) The parents of the child must want their son or daughter to be educated in a Catholic school that has a clear religious, spiritual and moral foundation. On this condition applications are welcome from Roman Catholics, non-Catholic Christians and non-Christians.
(b) The child must be able to flourish within the curricular programme that the College offers.
In addition, the College has a long tradition of offering bursaries to children entering the Senior School. It is important to the ethos of the College that it is open to pupils who might benefit from the education it provides regardless of the ability of the parents to pay the fees.
For further information and to arrange a visit please contact Mrs Margaret Wright, Admissions Officer on 0141 331 9269 or email firstname.lastname@example.org