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A Jesuit College Preparatory Experience

Admissions

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The mission of Loyola Academy is To form women and men for meaningful lives of leadership and service in imitation of Jesus Christ through a college preparatory education in the Jesuit, Catholic tradition.

Loyola Academy has a rich tradition of excellence. Annually, we welcome over 500 students per grade from over 75 different zip codes to our diverse community rooted in the tradition of Jesuit education. Each student and family has its own story, hopes and possibilities. Through four years, Ramblers experience a journey of faith, scholarship, service and friendship. It is a journey that lasts a lifetime!

We invite you to learn more about the Loyola Academy tradition. Explore our website, visit our campus, plan a Shadow Day and experience the distinct opportunity of a Jesuit education offered at Loyola Academy. Our Admissions Department is available to assist you, please contact us at anytime.

The Loyola Experience

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    Mr. Robert Desherow 93

    Vice President for Admissions and Enrollment
    (847) 920-2480
  • Photo of Nick Bridich

    Mr. Nick Bridich 

    Assistant Director of Admissions
    (847) 920-2483
  • Photo of Lynn Gorman

    Mrs. Lynn Gorman 

    Administrative Assistant
    (847) 920-2481

Upcoming School Events

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School News

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  • Loyola Hosts

    Loyola Hosts "Words Matter" Interfaith Dialogue

    Loyola Academy had the honor of hosting Holocaust Survivor Fritzie Fritzshall, president of the Illinois Holocaust Museum and Education Center in Skokie, and Cardinal Blase J. Cupich, Archbishop of Chicago, for an interfaith dialogue on Monday, November 18. Nearly 800 guests were in attendance for the evening’s conversation—“Words Matter”—which put a spotlight on the hate speech that gave rise to the Holocaust and the language that continues to fuel the rising tide of antisemitism, racism and xenophobia in the world today.
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  • Open House 11/07/2019

    Open House Brought Hundreds of Families to Campus

    On Thursday, November 7, Loyola Academy hosted over 650 prospective students and their families at its annual Open House event. Hundreds of eighth grade students, along with dozens of seventh, sixth and even fifth graders, were in attendance. Each family was given a personal tour of Loyola's campus and had the opportunity to meet Loyola Academy students, faculty, staff and administrators. Coaches from Loyola Academy athletics, representatives from Campus Ministry and all cocurricular programs presented to prospective families to convey that a Jesuit education is a gift that transforms lives.
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  • National Honor Society Induction

    On Sunday, November 10, 87 seniors were inducted into Loyola Academy’s chapter of the National Honor Society. Mass was celebrated followed by the induction ceremony and reception.
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  • Fr. McGrath presents the Rev. Daniel A. Lord, SJ, Award for Distinguished Service in the Cause of Youth to Sister Paulanne Held, OSF.

    62nd Annual President's Dinner

    Loyola Academy celebrated its 62nd annual President’s Dinner on Friday, November 1, 2019. Sister Paulanne Held, OSF, of Glenview’s Our Lady of Perpetual Help Parish, beloved teacher and founder of the Needy Family Fund, was honored with the Rev. Daniel A. Lord, SJ, Award for Distinguished Service in the Cause of Youth.
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  • Loyola Celebrates the Solemnity of All Saints

    Loyola Celebrates the Solemnity of All Saints

    The Loyola community gathered to celebrate a beautiful All Saints Day Mass on Friday, November 1.
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  • Bill O'Keefe '80 Traces Path from Loyola Academy to Global Humanitarianism

    On Tuesday, October 1, the Women of Wisdom Society (WOW) kicked off its 18th season of inspiring and thought-provoking lectures for members of the Loyola Academy community with a presentation by alumnus Bill O’Keefe ’80, who now serves as the executive vice president of mission, mobilization and advocacy for the Catholic Relief Services (CRS). O’Keefe is based at CRS headquarters in Baltimore, where he works to strengthen the agency's communion with the U.S. Catholic community and supportive entities; to lead strategic, issue-based campaigns; and to advocate for CRS strategic objectives.
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Our Mission

To form women and men for meaningful lives of leadership and service in imitation of Jesus Christ through a college preparatory education in the Jesuit, Catholic tradition.
Loyola Academy admits students of any race, color and national origin or ethnic origin.