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Guidance & Counseling

The Counseling Department of Loyola College Prep is excited to welcome students and families to our community. In support of the mission of Loyola, the Counseling Department is dedicated to serving the individual needs of each student.

We offer guidance and counseling in three major areas: personal, academic, and college decision-making. Our goal is to help you make the most of your high school education by providing support to help you reach your personal and educational goals. We will do this by discussing values, perspectives, and issues; providing information and strategies; and sharing in your achievements and helping you with your concerns when facing challenges.

Upon entering Loyola, you will work with the Guidance Counselor each year to help you address your personal needs and all aspects of your academic program. In grades 11 and 12 you will also work with the college placement counselor who will help you with the college selection process as well as course planning for the junior and senior years. Our objective is to develop a partnership with you and other school departments that will encourage and support you in reaching your academic and personal goals.

Our doors are open to welcome you, and we look forward to visiting with you, sharing in your successes, addressing your questions, and offering you support. We hope that we can assist you in making this exciting period of your life meaningful, happy, and productive.

Susan Hymel



921 Jordan Street
Shreveport, LA 71101
Ph. 318.221.2675
Fax 318.226.6334

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Our mission is to become men and women of conscience, character, and compassion, continuing the Jesuit Catholic tradition of discipline, academic excellence, student involvement, and community service for “The Greater Glory of God” (AMDG).