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Second Century Campaign

Loyola Academy President Rev. Patrick E. McGrath, SJ, and Loyola's Board of Trustees launched A Strategic Vision for Loyola Academy — an ambitious strategic plan that will position Loyola as the leading Jesuit, college preparatory faith and education center in the nation. To transform this vision into reality, we have embarked on The Second Century Campaign, a set of strategic priorities designed to generate support for a second century of excellence:

Phase 1

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  • The Pool

    As students are called to be physically fit, aquatics is a large part of life at Loyola. We are looking to replace the swimming pool that has served thousands of Ramblers for more than half a century.
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Phase 2

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  • The Theater

    Arts matter for every student at Loyola. All students learn better in a school that is pulsating with arts. We pledge to provide an environment that cultivates the fine and performing arts.
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Ongoing

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  • The Tuition Assistance Endowment

    To care for our families through tuition assistance so that money will never be a wall between talented young people and Jesuit education.
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Second Century Campaign

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    Mr. Robert Miller 

    Vice President for Advancement
    (847) 920-2428

Campus Master Plan

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Neighbor inquiries

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Loyola's Impact on the Community

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  • 60

    Number of years Loyola Academy's campus has been in Wilmette, where our mission continues to thrive.
  • $9M

    With approximately 450 New Trier Township students enrolled at Loyola, the savings for taxpayers is significant.
  • 1,200

    Number of Loyola-affiliated households in the Village of Wilmette.
  • 2

    Loyola is the second largest employer in the Village of Wilmette, second only to the Wilmette School District 39.

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.