About StAA / Welcome

Our patron, St. Aloysius Gonzaga, was a Jesuit who lived the Magis - he lived the "more", he was a "man for others". We strive to live the Magis.

Thank you for considering St. Aloysius Academy for your son's foundational education experience. We welcome the opportunity to share with you our commitment to excellence on behalf of each of our students!

The Academy has an impressive legacy beginning in 1895 with its establishment by the Sisters, Servants of the Immaculate Heart of Mary. While always in the process of growing, updating and improving, we have kept sacred those essential elements that give the Academy its unique strong traditions.

St. Aloysius Academy provides a dynamic, rich and challenging learning environment for boys that recognizes their needs and develops their gifts and talents. Within a faith-based setting, relational learning permeates our caring and formative atmosphere where each student can grow to be his personal best.

A core curriculum, framed with 21st century skills of compassion, creativity, communication, collaboration and critical thinking, provides the basis for fostering lifelong learners who will lead and serve in their global society. Recognizing the gifts and talents of each student, our dedicated and proficient faculty facilitates the cultivation of a love for learning. Whether art or sports, music or science, each student has opportunities to excel.

We believe St. Aloysius Academy is an outstanding learning environment for boys. We value this occasion to share with you our legacy and vision. We look forward to seeing you and your precious son in the near future!

Sister Stephen Anne Roderiguez IHM Ed.D.


"Sister, Thank you as always for your insights, leadership and guidance. I believe Keenan's world would not be what it is today without St. Al's and the amazing support he gets every day to be the best versions of him that he can be." Dan and Erin Schneider, parents of Keenan, Class of 2018

St. Aloysius Academy | 401 S. Bryn Mawr Ave., Bryn Mawr, PA 19010 | Phone: 610-525-1670