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A Jesuit College Preparatory Experience

Admissions Application Form

Transfer Student Application for Admission

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  • Transfer Students

    The Loyola Academy transfer application will be available from April 1 to May 15. All transfer applications must be submitted by May 15. Letter of decision will be mailed on June 15. Loyola Academy reserves the right to limit the number of transfer students due to space limitations, even if the transfer student meets the criteria for admission. Loyola does not accept mid year transfers or transfers into senior year.

    Steps for applying as a transfer applicant:
    1. Complete the online Transfer Student Application Form
    2. Submit unofficial transcripts to the Loyola Academy Admissions Office or email to Official transcripts are required after the applicant’s current school year is completed.
    3. Submit three letters of recommendation from current school:
      • One letter from principal or assistant principal
      • Two letters from current teachers
      Letters of recommendation should be mailed to:
      Loyola Academy
      Admissions Office
      1100 Laramie Ave
      Wilmette, IL 60091

      Letters may also be emailed to
    4. Submit copies of most recent standardized tests (HSPT, PSAT, PLAN, ACT, SAT, etc.) to the Loyola Academy Admissions Office.
    5. Submit a letter from current school indicating attendance/tardy and discipline records (if applicable).
    Loyola Academy accepts the most qualified applicants and only if Loyola Academy has the space available to accept the student. Acceptance is contingent upon space, academic fit and the successful completion of the applicant’s current school year. Completed applications will be reviewed after May 15. Letters of decision will be mailed on June 15.

Application Steps

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  • Submitting an Application

    Click the Apply Now button to begin your application.
  • I'm a first time user and do not have an account

    Click Apply Now to begin your application. You will need to choose Create An Account on the next screen.
  • I have an account

    If you are an alum, current parent or past parent you should already have an account.

    Click Apply Now and enter your login credentials to access the application.
  • I have an account, but do not remember my username or password

    If you are an alum, current parent or past parent you should already have an account with us. If you do not remember your username or password, click Apply Now then the Forgot Login link and enter the requested information. Your credentials will then be emailed to you.

    Please note: the email address that you enter to receive your login credentials must match the email address we have on file for you. If you have questions regarding login, please contact us at
  • I am not sure if I have an account

    OUr system will be able to tell you if you have an account. After clicking Apply Now, choose Create Account and enter required information.

    If you email is recognized, you will be notified that an account already exists. Simply click Forgot Login link and enter the requested information. Whether retrieving existing information or creating a new account, your credentials will be emailed to you within approximately 5 minutes.
  • I have already begun the application, and need to return to the form.

    Simply login here or click on My Loyola in the upper left corner of any page. Select your student's name to complete the application. 

Helpful Hints for Completing the Application

Please note: when completing the application, please do not use all UPPERCASE or all lowercase letters.
  • DO:
    John Smith
    1234 N Main Street
    Wilmette, IL 60091
  • DO NOT:
    JOHN SMITH or john smith
    1234 N MAIN STREET or 1234 n main street
    WILMETTE, IL 60091 or wilmette, il 60091

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.