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Latest News

List of 5 news stories.

  • Loyola Celebrates 2019 Retirees

    On Friday, May 24, Loyola Academy honored the retirement of four outstanding faculty & staff members with Mass in the Loyola Chapel and a continental breakfast in the Loyola lounge.
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  • Courtney Carreira '19, the 2019 Michael Rebarchak '79 Memorial Award Recipient

    Baccalaureate Mass Celebrates the Class of 2019

    On Sunday, May 19, senior Ramblers and their families gathered to celebrate the Baccalaureate Mass, held each spring to honor the graduating class. In his Homily, Loyola Academy President Rev. Patrick E. McGrath, SJ, encouraged the Class of 2019 to "remember that all moments are key moments and that life itself is grace."
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  • Loyola Celebrates Sending Forth Mass

    The Loyola Academy community celebrated its Sending Forth Mass on Friday, May 17. The Mass is an annual celebration of the school year, a recognition of the outstanding efforts of distinguished students and faculty and a sendoff for the senior class.
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  • Junior Student Council Hosts

    Junior Student Council Hosts "Wigs for Kids"

    On Monday, May 13, Junior Student Council partnered with Rolf’s Salon in Wilmette to host a “Wigs for Kids” hair donation program at Loyola. The event provides hair replacement and support for children who have lost their hair to chemotherapy, radiation therapy, burns and/or other medical issues. The wigs are donated free of charge to children in need.
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  • Ramble 2019: We Are Golden Raises Record Amount for Tuition Assistance

    On Saturday, May 4, over 525 members from the Rambler community gathered for the 50th Ramble, We are Golden, to raise a record $1,400,000 for the Loyola Academy Tuition Assistance Program.
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