Leadership. Service. Tradition.
All-Boys Academy Since 1895
St. Aloysius Academy is the only
Private, Catholic, All-Boys,
K-8 School in the Philadelphia Five County Area
Our Beautiful Campus
Situated at the top of the historic Wootton Estate, St. Aloysius Academy students have 42 beautiful acres of space to enjoy class outside, recess, and gym class. Our students have access to football, soccer, lacrosse, and baseball fields. Tennis and basketball courts and three playgrounds are available for their enjoyment as well.
18 School Districts
We have students come from Chester, Delaware, Montgomery, and Philadelphia counties representing the following school districts: Great Valley, Haverford, Lower Merion, Marple Newtown, Norristown, Philadelphia, Radnor, Ridley, Rose Tree Media, Southeast Delco, Springfield, Tredyffrin- Easttown, Upper Darby, Upper Merion, Wallingford, West Chester, William Penn. Private busing is also available for students who reside outside of the 10-mile busing area.
Profile of a Graduate
As a result of his Catholic education at St. Aloysius Academy, our graduates live out the beliefs of the Academy.
- He exemplifies the IHM Charism of love, creative hope, and fidelity through his commitment to brotherhood, family, and faith.
- He commits to justice and brings the principles of Catholic Social Teaching with him into his future endeavors, opportunities, and challenges.
- He realizes and responds to the need for God in his daily life.
- He perceives himself as a unique individual with gifts and talents and has a growth mindset.
- He derives morality-driven responses to our national and global dilemmas.
High School Destinations
Our graduates receive 100% acceptance to the high school of their choice. Recent destinations include: Archmere Academy, Devon Preparatory School, LaSalle College High School, Malvern Preparatory School, Saint Joseph’s Preparatory School, and Salesianum School.
We have many events that are important to our legacy. Events such as our Back-to-School BBQ, Bucketball, Father-Son Communion Breakfast, Field Day, Founder’s Day, Grandparent’s Day, Homecoming, Live Nativity, and many more.
The Presence and Charism of the IHM Sisters is part of our daily lives at the Academy. Participating in First Friday Mass, our Rosary Pray Service, preparing for the Sacraments, as well as living the Magis (being a man for others), through service projects and living the virtues of Love, Creative Hope, and Fidelity is part of what makes a St. Aloysius Academy student so special.