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2023

  • January

    Coach Frank Amato (1926-2023)

    Remembering Coach Frank J. Amato

    It is with heavy hearts that we share news of the passing of legendary Loyola Academy administrator and coach, Frank Amato. Coach passed away on Saturday, January 28, 2023. He was 96.
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  • Two Seniors Earn Coveted Posse Scholarships

    Two Loyola Academy seniors, Temitope A. Azeez and Kwame B. Boateng, have been awarded admission to Middlebury College in Vermont through The Posse Foundation, which works to improve college access and attests that the key to a promising future for our nation rests on the ability of strong leaders from diverse backgrounds to develop solutions to complex social problems. Since 1989, Posse's sixty-three partner colleges have awarded $1.8 billion in scholarships to over 10,000 Scholars. The foundation's goals include expanding the pool from which top colleges and universities recruit outstanding young leaders, helping these institutions be more welcoming for people from all backgrounds, and ensuring that Posse Scholars persist in their academic studies and graduate so they can take on leadership positions in the workforce.
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  • The boys’ basketball team recaptured the Jesuit cup after defeating the Wolfpack 46-41

    2023 Jesuit Cup Basketball Games

    The sold-out 2023 Jesuit Cup basketball games were held on Friday, January 13, in Loyola Academy’s East Gym. The matches, played annually against St. Ignatius College Prep, drew huge crowds of fans from each Jesuit school. The boys’ basketball team recaptured the cup after defeating the Wolfpack 46-41. The girls’ basketball team lost 50-42 after a well-played game.
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  • Loyola Academy Blood Drive a Success with Majority First-Time Givers

    On Tuesday, January 10, members of Loyola’s Student Council and Medical Club volunteered to host a blood drive in partnership with Vitalant, the nation’s largest independent, nonprofit organization focused exclusively on providing lifesaving blood services.. There was a fantastic turnout of students, faculty, staff, and parents—75 donations were made, at least 45 of which were from first-time givers.
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  • The Loyola Project Inspires Ramblers Ahead of MLK Day

    The Loyola Project Inspires Ramblers Ahead of MLK Day

    On Wednesday, January 11, the Loyola Academy school community gathered for an assembly in the West Gym to celebrate the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. with a presentation on The Loyola Project, a documentary film that highlights the 1963 Loyola University men’s basketball NCAA champion team. Woven together with archival footage and modern day interviews, this documentary tells the inspiring story, often called the greatest untold story in college basketball, of the team’s journey to victory and honors their important legacy of breaking racial barriers and ushering in the beginning of modern basketball.
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  • Mr. Timothy P. Devine '88 of Chicago has been named Loyola Academy's next principal.

    Timothy P. Devine '88 Named Loyola Academy Principal

    Loyola Academy President Rev. Gregory J. Ostdiek, SJ, announced on January 11, 2023, that Mr. Timothy P. Devine '88 of Chicago has been named Loyola Academy's next principal.
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  • Senior Earns QuestBridge Scholarship 2023

    Loyola Academy senior ​Rachel Barrientos has been awarded admission to college through QuestBridge, a national nonprofit based in Palo Alto, California, that connects the nation's most exceptional, low-income youth with full four-year scholarships to top colleges. Next fall, Rachel will attend Boston University as a dual-degree student studying mechanical engineering and Latin American studies. She has also been accepted into the Kilachand Honors College, an interdisciplinary program at BU.
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