Ramblers Explore Their Passions at Cocurricular Fair
On Wednesday, September 14, students filled the East Gym for Loyola Academy’s annual Cocurricular Fair, which gives students the opportunity to learn about Loyola’s clubs while browsing rows of creative table displays created by each student group.
Cocurricular offerings at Loyola encompass a wide variety of passions and interests, ensuring opportunities for community and connection for all Ramblers. Attending the fair were media and publication clubs, such as The Prep, Rambler Stream, and Yearbook, service clubs, like Students Against Violating the Earth (SAVE), Torch Club, and Insignis, and Cultural and Affinity Groups, such as African American Youth Group, Chinese Club, and Polish Club, among others.
Student clubs and activities are a pivotal part of our mission to educate the whole person. Besides, everyone needs to relax and have some fun when the school day is over! Loyola’s comprehensive program of 70+ clubs and activities offers a wealth of opportunities designed to help students expand their horizons, discover hidden talents, make new friends, and share their interests with other students.
For more information and a full list of Loyola’s cocurricular activities click here.