Tuesday, October 4, 2011

Making history

"Loyola ... it hasn't always been a high school; it hasn't always been taught by Jesuits; it hasn't always been at 1901 Venice Blvd.; and it hasn't always been called Loyola.

Loyola isn't a name or a place or a particular group of teachers. Loyola is a continuum, a skein of ides, values and visions that have withstood the test of time precisely because it has continuously and harmoniously adapted and grown with time.  Loyola is living proof of the paradox that the more something changes the more it remains the same.