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Alumni

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

List of 3 events.

  • PLC Breakfast Speaker Series

    Speaker: Peter Anthony '84, CEO of UGN, INC.

    To learn more about Peter, click here.  

    Register Now
    Lockton Companies, 500 W Monroe Suite 3400
  • Celebration of Champions

    Please join us as we honor the legacy of champions—The Loyola Academy Football Program.

    6:00 p.m. Cocktails and Supper by the Bite
    7:30 p.m. Panel Discussion featuring Head Coach John Holecek and some of the greats from Loyola Academy football history

    Hosted by WGN TV's Mike Lowe '97

    Register Now
    Loyola Academy
  • Loyola Academy Community Mass

    All are cordially invited to join the Loyola community for a special Sunday Mass celebrated by Fr. Eric Sundrup, SJ.
      
    Fr. Sundrup will be one of two keynote speakers for Loyola’s Solidarity Project Workshop Day on Monday, April 1. He is an associate editor at America Magazine and the Jesuit Post, and he will be speaking to Ramblers about the current state of journalism and media in the Catholic Church.
     
    We hope to see you there! 
    Chapel
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Contact us

List of 2 members.

  • Mr. Martin Jennings 98

    Vice President of Alumni and Network Engagement
    (847) 920-2429
  • Ms. Ashley Sanks 10

    Assistant Director of Alumni Relations
    (847) 920-2466

Alumni News

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  • Student-Alumni Mentor Program

    The Loyola Academy Student-Alumni Mentor Program is intended to foster a personal relationship between Loyola Academy students and young alumni.
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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.

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.