Financial Aid applications are available during registration. Bishop Loughlin provides help in filling out the applications. The applications can also be filled out online. See the Scholarships/Financial Aid pages for more information.
Yes. Bishop Loughlin has partnered with BOYS HOPE GIRLS HOPE of NEW YORK, a nonprofit organization, to operate an urban boarding school. Although Bishop Loughlin is a co-ed school, the boarding program is only open to young men. See the Boarding Program pages for more information.
Bishop Loughlin Memorial High School is located in the historic Clinton Hill / Fort Greene section of Brooklyn; a residential neighborhood, surrounded by refurbished brownstones and academic institutions on tree-lined streets. Clermont, Greene, Lafayette and Vanderbilt Avenues bound the school building. It is easily accessible by public transportation.
See the Directions page for a map and information about transportation to Loughlin.