A Jesuit College Preparatory Experience


Loyola Academy Alumni Relations

cultivates cura personalis with and among alumni and graduate parents through spiritual formation, service and professional and social networking—connecting our community members to Loyola as a Jesuit faith and education center for life.

Alumni Events

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  • Class of 1967 50th Reunion Weekend

  • Rambler Tailgate

  • Ramblers Golf Outing

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Alumni News

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Alumni Photo Galleries

Contact Us

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  • Mrs. Meghan Brennan 07

    Director of Alumni Relations
    (847) 920-2429

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  • Ms. Ashley Sanks 10

    Alumni Relations Coordinator
    (847) 920-2466
  • Mr. Dennis Stonequist 90

    Executive Vice President
    (847) 920-2443

Let us know what's happening

Have you recently earned a degree? Won an award? Changed jobs? Written a book? Reached a milestone? Accomplished a dream? We want to hear about it. Keep your classmates and friends up-to-date on what's happening in your life by submitting a class note to LOYOLA magazine editor Robin Hunt at rhunt@loy.org.

This is the Loyola Network...

your place to connect with classmates and fellow alumni. Joining is simple: all Loyola Academy graduates are members. 
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Mentor Programs

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  • College Mentor Program

    As part of Loyola Academy's Leadership Development program, young alumni assist Loyola Academy graduates attending Boston College, Fordham University, Georgetown University and the College of the Holy Cross with the transition from high school to college life and eventually help fellow alumni navigate life after college and the job market.
  • Young Alumni Mentor Program

    As part of Loyola Academy's Leadership Development program, young alumni mentors are asked to attend approximately three special events per year and to be a part of a mentorship group that helps current students navigate through their challenges at Loyola Academy, prepare for the college application and transition processes and also help them network for their careers and areas of interest.

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.