Recently, schools experience losing students that might have been brought about by lack of understanding on the essence of school loyalty among students. Capitalizing on descriptive phenomenology, this study aims to grasp the essence of school loyalty as it is lived and experienced by a select group of Filipino senior high school students. Respondents were subjected to a two-part data gathering procedure namely, Robotfoto and semi-structured interview. With the use of cool and warm analysis, three views on school loyalty surfaced from the field texts collected, namely, leading views, laurelling views and lingering views. Validation of findings through critical friend technique was observed to establish the trustworthiness of the data. Intentionally, the study could pave way to advancing current literatures by shedding light to areas of school loyalty that is understudied qualitatively and locally.