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A Jesuit College Preparatory Experience

Fathers' Network

The Loyola Academy Fathers' Network is a social and volunteer organization that hosts social and spiritual events and supports the school's students, faculty and administration. All Loyola dads and legal male guardians are automatically members. Become an active member this fall and enjoy opportunities to meet other Loyola dads, expand your social circle and partner with us to support the Academy's time-honored tradition of Jesuit education.

Recent News

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  • Grandparent-Student Mass and Reception

    On Sunday, September 8, more than 450 grandparents and Loyola Academy students celebrated Mass in the Chapel with Rev. Patrick E. McGrath, SJ, which included lovely music performed by students from the choir program.
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  • Family Mass and Day of Service

    Family Mass and Day of Service

    On Sunday, April 7, more than 200 parents and students gathered for Loyola’s annual Family Mass and Day of Service, sponsored by the Mothers’ Club, Fathers’ Network and Campus Ministry. Loyola Academy President Rev. Patrick E. McGrath, SJ, presided over Mass, delivering an inspirational homily about forgiveness, empathy and understanding. 
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Contact Us

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    Mr. William Brandstrader 88

    (847) 920-2680

Meet the Team

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  • Fathers' Network Leadership

    • Mike Bish
    • Brian Blockovich, Secretary
    • Ray Boesen ’84
    • John Bourke ’80
    • Mark Burden ’85
    • Frank Carroll
    • Phil Couri ’87
    • Todd Cowen
    • Joe Cusick
    • Mike Divane ‘86
    • Chris Doell
    • Fred Donnelly
    • Andy Engels ‘88
    • Chris Farr
    • Rich Gerdy
    • Dave Haracz ’79
    • Brian Hayes '88
    • John Holton
    • Chris Janson ‘88
    • Tim Kane '86
    • Rich Keating
    • Leo Mahon ’88
    • Mark McKinley
    • Dave Morgan
    • Paul O’Brien
    • Mike Stanton ’86
    • Stuart Swanson
    • Tom Whelan

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.