The Loyola Early Learning Center is a year-round parish preschool institution focused on early childhood education, rooted in the Catholic Jesuit tradition of personal care, learning, and spiritual growth, serving a diverse group of two- to five-year-old boys and girls from families of slender means in Baltimore City. The Center addresses the holistic development of children: their physical, spiritual, emotional, cognitive, social, behavioral, and cultural growth, preparing them for kindergarten and to be capable of meeting the challenges of elementary school and beyond. Full scholarships are awarded to every child accepted to attend LELC.
LELC President Rev. William J. Watters, S.J., delivered Loyola University Maryland's 2019 graduation address and received an honorary Doctorate of Humane Letters for his dedication to the children of Baltimore.
We've been featured in Baltimore Magazine as we begin our third school year!
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The Jesuits' Maryland Province chronicles the opening days of LELC.
We're now partnering with the Loyola Clinical Care Centers, thanks to a grant from the Wright Family Foundation.
Our 3-year-old students at LELC helped teachers assemble bags for Viva House.
Read an early feature on LELC from the Baltimore Sun.
LELC President Rev. William J. Watters, S.J. ("Father Bill"), has been featured in a Baltimore Sun opinion column by Dan Rodricks that highlights Father Bill's commitment to Jesuit education for low-income students in Baltimore, including LELC.
The Jesuits' Central and Southern Province wrote an update about LELC that includes several lovely photos!
Welcome to Candra Healy as our new full-time Director of Development!
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