16th Annual Loyola High School Tigers Event
Tickets and Sponsorship Packages
Sponsorship Packages and Ticket Prices
PARTY & GAME TICKETS
Single: Adults $135 ea. /Child 16 & under $50ea.
Double package: $1,250
(8 Party and Game tickets • Sponsor 2 Students/Staff)
Triple package: $2,500
(16 Party & Game tickets • Sponsor 6 Students/Staff)
Home Run package: $3,750
(24 Party & Game tickets • Sponsor 4 Students/Staff)
Grand Slam package: $5,000
(32 Party and Game tickets • Sponsor 8 Students/Staff)
(64 Party and Game tickets • Sponsor 10 Students/Staff)
PARTY- ONLY TICKETS
Adults $75 ea.
Child 16 & under $30 ea.
RAFFLE TICKETS: ($50 ea.) Prizes: 1st prize $2,500, 2nd prize $1,000 and third prize $500.
For more information, please contact Alfreda Baker at (313) 861-2407 x 103 or email@example.com
Loyola High School Detroit - Our Mission and Philosophy
Loyola High School, a Catholic school in the Jesuit tradition, nurtures a culture of hope and academic success for young men in Detroit challenged by an urban environment and prepares them to be men of Christian love, justice, and service who act with integrity, compassion, and courage.
Our Philosophy and Jesuit Tradition
Providing a safe, caring Christian environment since 1993, Loyola has offered an educational option for teenage males in Detroit and its surrounding communities, especially those who are not working to their academic and social potential and attracts students from over 75 different area schools.
In the Jesuit tradition, Loyola forms students into ‘men for others,’ believing in the principle that well-educated individuals have a responsibility to themselves, their families, their communities, and the world.
Students and Alumni
The current enrollment in our all-male high school is 160 students. Our graduates gain acceptance into one or more colleges or job-training programs. To name a few, they attend Dallas Baptist University, Eastern Michigan University, Florida Atlantic University, Henry Ford Community College, John Carroll University, Michigan State University, Oakland Community College, University of Detroit Mercy, and Wayne State University.
Loyola’s curriculum addresses the needs and interests of each student and emphasizes the basics of reading, writing, math, science, the arts, and computer skills. Class size is small, averaging 15 – 20, which allows for maximum interaction between teachers and students. The student-counselor ratio provides an unusually high level of individual attention for each student.
We have a program of religious formation, including prayer and theology courses, and help our students develop a commitment to the community through a variety of required service programs. Additionally, athletics and other extracurricular activities provide opportunities for student success outside the classroom.
The Loyola Work Experience Program
The school’s successful Work Experience Program (LWEP) places juniors and seniors in area businesses and corporations, giving them first-hand work place experience.