The first major phase of infrastructure development was presided over by the sixth Principal Fr Kuncheria Ettuparayil S.J.
His tenure also witnessed vigorous activities in both curricular and co-curricular fields. He increased the student-strength to 400 [120 boarders+280 day scholars], bought two buses for the school, introduced the first emblem and brought out the first issue of the School Annual The Loyolite, enlivened the Literary Association, and arranged special training in oratory and debate.
Fr. K.P. Joseph S.J.
Fr Mathew Pulickal S.J.
Supported by the Rector, Fr. K.P. Joseph S.J., and assisted by the Vice-Principal, Fr Mathew Pulickal S.J., the blueprint of the main wing of the present ICSE block was prepared
Supported by the Rector, Fr. K.P. Joseph S.J., and assisted by the Vice-Principal, Fr Mathew Pulickal S.J., the blueprint of the main wing of the present ICSE block was prepared and the resource mobilisation was begun.
The Jesuit General Rev. Fr Peter Arrupe S.J.
Fr. Joseph Vattakunnel S.J.
Bought 5.8 acres of contiguous land for further development. Presented the first ISC batch that started the tradition of 100% pass.
Completed the construction of the front part of the three-storeyed ICSE block and carved out the main playground.
Fr John Kunjaparambil S.J.
In spite of the difficult patch that Fr A.E. Makil S.J. had to live through as the Principal during this period, he left his footprint on the campus by erecting a separate single-storeyed Junior School and the sports pavilion-cum- canteen complex—both in Laurie Baker style— and got Loyola recognized by the Central Government as the first boys’ school in Kerala for the placement of National Merit Scholars.