Bishop Loughlin Memorial High School is a co-ed Brooklyn high school that provides a Lasallian Education, which has been defined as education of the total person. The tenets of Lasallian Education are:
- Every person is unique and should be respected
- Develop a spirit of community
- Provide a quality education
- Instill Christian virtues and values
- Manifest solidarity with the poor
- Promote a quest for justice and peace
- Let teachers and administrators influence through their character
The school’s motto is “Enter to Learn, Leave to Serve.”
Bishop Loughlin Memorial High School is a Catholic college preparatory school in the Diocese of Brooklyn. The academic curriculum consists of challenging courses in a wide variety of disciplines, including:
- Arts & Fine Arts
- Music/Performing Arts
- Social Studies
- Physical Education
- Foreign Languages
Bishop Loughlin Memorial High School has a 93% college acceptance rate. Students graduate with academic success and honors distinction, character, leadership skills, and a personal relationship with God. Graduates have been accepted into some of the most prestigious colleges in the U.S..
Extracurricular activities include African dance, anime club, band, campus ministry, cheerleading, chess club, chorus, debate, drama, newspaper, Latin dance, yearbook, video club, modern/jazz dance, National Honor Society, poetry club, scriptwriting, and weight training. And that’s just a few.
Loughlin also maintains wireless internet service throughout the building and has state-of-the-art science labs, a full service library, 4 computer labs, and a mobile lab.
An education at Bishop Loughlin Memorial High School is a challenge and a character developing experience for every student.