A Jesuit College Preparatory Experience

Privacy Policy

Loyola Academy has created this policy to demonstrate our commitment to your privacy. We do not collect Personally Identifying Information about you when you visit our site, unless you choose to voluntarily provide such information to us so that we can serve the user’s needs and our legitimate business purposes.


No information within goramblers.org is shared or sold to enterprises outside of our school.

What information do we ask for?

Loyola Academy asks site visitors for information when they use the following sections of our site:

  • Loyola Academy Community Login System (students, parents, alumni, faculty and staff)
  • Registrations for events and programs
  • Purchases

Information which we request and store:

  1. name (first, last, middle)
  2. relation to student(s)
  3. address (house number, city, state, zip)
  4. phone numbers (home, work, mobile)
  5. email address
  6. business information
  7. family information (siblings, children, spouses)
  8. Loyola Academy associations (friends, relatives)

Information which we request and do not store:

  1. credit card information (account number, card type, CVV value)
  2. social security number

How do we secure information and transactions?

Hardware security
Goramblers.org is hosted offsite of Loyola Academy in a secure, monitored environment. The site is protected by multiple firewalls, which help to prevent hacking. 

Software security
Our site is backed up every night. Site pages that request form entry information from visitors, employees, alumni, parents and students are protected through secure socket layer SSL. Online payment information is secured by Blackbaud Merchant Services. Each form page loads with the https URL prefix.

Database security
All database content is backed up on a nightly basis. Information is kept secure through password-protected logins for employees, alumni, parent and student accounts.

List of 3 items.

  • Cookies

    Like many websites, Loyola Academy uses “cookies” to collect information when your web browser accesses the site. Cookies are files that are stored on your device or computer’s hard drive and hold a small amount of data. This data is used to recognize your browser, to secure your login to goramblers.org, to enable you to navigate through our website more efficiently, to analyze your web usage and to enhance your overall browsing experience.

    You can control cookies through the “Help” section of most web browser settings. However, restricting or refusing cookies may result in limited access to our site and its features. Cookies enable the user to optimize this site’s features, and we recommend that they are left on.

    Loyola Academy reserves the right to monitor your use of this site to determine if you are complying with our terms. Loyola Academy reserves the right, in its sole discretion, to terminate your access to this site.
  • Links to Third Party Sites

    When appropriate, Loyola Academy occasionally provides links to third party websites or other servers that may contain information relevant to our readers. Loyola Academy takes no responsibility for those organizations, the views expressed or the accuracy of information provided on other servers. Loyola Academy has no control over the practices of third party websites—they are not covered by this Privacy Policy. Before using a third-party website, it is recommended that users review the terms of use and privacy policy of any linked website.
  • Opting Out

    The “My Loyola” portal site is designed for students, current parents, faculty, staff and alumni. Users have the opportunity to opt-out of receiving communications from Loyola Academy. In the global navigation bar, click your name > settings > notifications. Users may choose to receive specific communication or none at all. You may also update your contact information, but you cannot remove yourself from Loyola’s database. Please reference this detailed guide for more information about notifications, privacy settings and more.

Publications

Loyola uses photographs and/or video of students and families on its website, in brochures, in press releases and other similar materials. This is also true of student work and quotes. Such materials help give people a sense of how Loyola carries out the mission of the school. If a student and/or a family wish that they not be included in such materials, please submit a written request to the Principal’s Office.

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.