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A Jesuit College Preparatory Experience

Graduate Parents Network

Graduate Parents Network Mission

To stay connected to the Loyola Academy faith-based community by participating in spiritual and intellectual programs, social events and philanthropic and service opportunities.

You’re encouraged to participate at whatever level works for you and your family. Your time commitment is completely flexible.

Upcoming Events

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Recent News

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  • Inaugural Golden Mass and Dinner

    On Wednesday, June 12, more than 100 Loyola Academy Golden Graduate Parents, who had children at the Academy in the 70s, 80s and 90s, and golden Rambler alumni, who have already celebrated their 50-year reunion, came together for an evening of community and camaraderie at the inaugural Golden Mass and Dinner.
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  • Grandparent and Student Mass and Reception

    On Sunday, September 24, over 300 Ramblers and their grandparents gathered on a beautiful, warm autumn morning in the Loyola Chapel to celebrate Mass with Loyola Academy President Rev. Patrick E. McGrath, SJ.  As always Fr. McGrath’s inspirational words inspired guests and connected this multigenerational audience.
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  • Board Members

    Loyola Academy's Graduate Parent Network is served by the following board members:
    • Mary and Roger Hickey '79
    • Mary Pat and Brian Hickey
    • Rosemary and James Hughes '74
    • Bruce and Laura Lee
    • Marge Livingston
    • Kerrie and Mike McKeough
    • Diane and Mark Muench '75
    • John and Cathie Murphy LdM '81
    • Cathy and Peter Nichols
    • Kathy and Chris Pappas
    • Meg and Bill Phelan '78
    • Nancy and Marc Poggioli
    • Elizabeth Price and John Shugrue
    • Mary and Scott Rafferty
    • Jill and Randy Rueth
    • Clare and Chris Rule '87
    • Louise and Robert Sanborn
    • Melissa and Fritz Schaupp
    • Andra and Mike Starshak '84
  • Ways to Get Involved

    You're encouraged to participate at whatever level works for you and your family - your commitment is completely flexible. We invite you to explore your options below. 
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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.