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A Jesuit College Preparatory Experience
Student Life

Cocurriculars

Clubs and student activities are a pivotal part of our mission to educate the whole person. Besides, everyone needs to relax and have some fun when the school day is over! Loyola's comprehensive program of over 50 clubs and activities offers a wealth of opportunities designed to help you expand your horizons, discover hidden talents, make new friends, and share your interests with other students.

With all of these clubs and activities to choose from, we guarantee that you'll never run out of avenues to explore with your fellow Ramblers.

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Clubs & Activities

Academic Clubs

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  • Book Club

    Mr. Gombac | mgombac@loy.org
    Wednesdays | 7:15
    every other week
    room 112

    The Book Club's mission is to foster the understanding and appreciation of literature through shared readings and discussion with peers.
  • Chess Club

    Mr. Azpell | jazpell@loy.org
    Fridays | 7:15 am
    room 204

    The goal is to bring together students who would like to share their interest in chess; to provide opportunities for organized competition at all levels of proficiency; to promote increased knowledge of the game and encourage students to enhance their abilities.
  • History Club

    Mr. Brandstrader | wrb@loy.org
    every other Friday | 7:15
    room 102

    The Loyola Academy History Club continues the appreciation of World History and the furtherance of its study as an embodiment of the Grad at Grad goals of all Jesuit High Schools, especially its members as being intellectually competent and open to growth.
  • Latin Team (Certamen)

    Ms. Wick | bwick@loy.org 
    Ms. Harrington | jharrington@loy.org

    Latin II - Wednesdays 7:10-7:40 in room 132 
  • Math Modeling Club

    Mrs. Van Lieshout | lvanlieshout@loy.org
    Tuesdays | 7:00 am
    room 253

    To inspire, engage and further develop a greater appreciation for the power of mathematics in both the theoretical sense and its real-world applications. These goals have a far greater chance of being met when individuals with similar interests and skill sets come together to share their love of problem solving in a club environment.
  • Math Team

    Mr. Sultan | bsultan@loy.org 
    Mr. Padden | bpadden@loy.org  
    Tuesdays & Thursday | 3:00-5:00
    room 251 and 253
  • Medical Club

    Mrs. Braasch | cbraasch@loy.og
    Wednesday | 7:00
    every other week
    room 136

    The club helps guide students at Loyola who know they want to focus on a career in the medical field, but they do not know what yet, explore careers in the medical field through hands on experience, speakers, discussions, and presentations.
  • Middle East Club

    Mr. McGuire | mmcguire@loy.org
    every other Tuesday | 7:10 am
    room 114

    The Middle East Club strives to learn more about the rich cultural, political, and historical traditions of the Middle East and North African region. Through our collective efforts, we embrace diversity, address misconceptions, and expand our worldview.
  • Model UN

    Mr. Masello | cmasello@loy.org
    Mondays | 3:00-4:30 pm
    room 108

    Loyola Academy Model United Nations engages students in a process of collaboration and leadership development as they discuss problems in international affairs. This fosters the expansion of students' global perspectives and respect for other cultures. LAMUN embodies the values of Loyola Academy, teaching love and acceptance of diverse cultures through communication and understanding.
  • National Honor Society (NHS)

    Mr. Hara | ehara@loy.org

    The Loyola Academy chapter of National Honor Society is an academic and service club for seniors with a GPA of 93 or better.  Application to the National Honor Society is in the spring of a student's junior year.
  • Philosophy Club

    Dr. Myslinski | smyslinski@loy.org
    Mondays |3-4 pm 
    room 37

    The mission of the Philosophy Club is to bring together students at Loyola Academy who have an interest in the multi-faceted field of philosophy. This club will create an environment in which the students will engage in constructive meaningful dialogue of philosophical texts and topics in order to disclose the questions and values that serve to shape and direct one's life.
  • Robotics Club

    Mr. Shane | kshane@loy.org
    Mr. Warnke | kwarnke@loy.org
    Wednesdays | 3:00
    room 15

    The Robotics encourages and facilitates knowledge of robotics in order to prepare students for an increasingly technological society. The club will develop robotics knowledge through programming and control of robot motion and assembly and design of robotic systems. The club will appeal to students with interest in computer coding and software, mechanical and electromagnetical components, and hands-on building projects.
  • Scholastic Bowl

    Mrs. Kreb | scholasticbowl@loy.org
    Ms. Kennedy | lkennedy@loy.org
    Mondays and Wednesdays | 3:00-5:00 pm
    room 159

    The Loyola Academy Scholastic Bowl team seeks to work together as a community to expand our knowledge base and to share experiences within Chicagoland and across the country. Scholastic Bowl is a challenging academic quiz competition. 
  • Science Olympiad

    Ms. Yanarella@loy.org | hyanarella@loy.org
    Wednesdays | 3:00 pm
    room 218

    Science Olympiad competes in tournaments that emphasize problem-solving, understanding of science concepts and teamwork. Cooperative learning strategies promote high levels of achievement and commitment to excellence. Science Olympiad is a team that competes in various competitions in the region. Students compete both individually and in teams for Loyola Academy. For more information about Science Olympiad click here.
  • Spanish Honors Society

    Profe Pineda | tpineda@loy.org

    The mission of the Sociedad Honoraria Hispanica is to recognize high school achievement in Spanish and Portuguese and to promote interest in Hispanic and Luso-Brazilian studies.
  • Speech and Debate

    Mr. Waple | awaple@loy.org
    Ms. Scott | jscott@loy.org
    Speech | Mondays | 3:15 pm
    Debate | Tuesday | 3:15 pm
    room 108
     
    Speech team seeks to create engaging public speaking skills through use of tone, editing, practice, and incorporation of constructive criticism. Debate team seeks to create critical thinkers and clear public speakers through use of research, logic, note-taking, practice, argumentation, writing skills, and incorporation of constructive criticism.
  • Women in STEAM

    Mrs. Debarlaben | adebarlaben@loy.org
    Tuesdays | 3:00-4:00
    room 128

    The mission of the Women in STEAM club is to explore, participate and educate the community about Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematic careers. The country has predicted that without growth in these crucial areas we will not meet our country's future job demands.

Artistic Clubs

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  • Acafellas

    Ms. Simons | msimons@loy.org
    Tuesdays and Thursdays | 4-5:30 pm
    room 68

    Acafellas is a men’s only a cappella group that sings both pop and classical pieces. The group performs, competes, and records at various times throughout the year. Auditions are held at the beginning of first semester but occasionally students join during the year. Their mission if to spread the love and passion for music to the Loyola community.
     
  • Architecture Club

    Mr. Cleland | jcleland@loy.org
    Tuesdays | 3-5 pm
    room 276

    The Loyola Academy Chapter of the American Institute of Architecture Students is an independent, student-run, non-profit organization. This grassroots organization is a cooperative between thousands of students across the world of all ages and academic degrees who are committed to helping each other. The AIAS is the professional organization that is the official voice of architecture students.
  • Art Club

    Mrs. Aufderheide | caufderheide@loy.org
    Mondays | 3-5 pm
    room 245

    Art Club is devoted to giving students a space to explore their creative side. Each week students are given a variety of tools and supplies to bring their creative visions to life. Students are welcome to join at anytime throughout the year. No experience necessary. All are welcome. Fashion Design Club will begin to meet during this time as well.
  • Brother Small, S.J. Arts Guild

    Mr. Jansen | pjansen@loy.org
    Ms. Raspante | braspante@loy.org
    Tuesdays | 3:00-4:00
    room 15

    Brother Small, S.J. Arts Guild is an organization that provides experiential education opportunities in the arts.
  • Dance Collective

    Ms. Hornung | ahornung@loy.org
    room 69

    Dance Collective is a dance team dedicated to collaboration and learning from each other. We strive to incorporate as many diverse styles of dance as possible, and we aim to create an environment that supports our growth as choreographers and artists.
     

  • Drumline

    Mr. McQuinn | smcquinn@loy.org
    Mr. Strauss | astrauss@loy.org
    Wednesdays | 7:00-8:00
    Thursdays | 6:00-8:00
    room 50

    The goal is to have fun playing percussion music in an inviting, fun, and safe environment.
  • Jazz Band

    Mr. McQuinn | smcquinn@loy.org
    Wednesdays | 5:00-7:00
    room 50

    LA Jazz Band plays standard and contemporary big band literature dating from the 1930s and 40s to the present day. We aim to play these pieces at a high level while developing an understanding and appreciations of the social and cultural context of Jazz music and the musicians that defined it.
  • Loyola Academy Dance Company (LADC)

    Ms. Henslee | dhenslee@loy.org
    Tuesday-Thursday | 3:00-6:00
    room 130

    LADC is a student-run company and dancers spend the year preparing student choreographed works for their spring Dance Concert held in May. They work in a company setting where they are exposed to all styles of dance, work with professional guest choreographers, and participate in several service opportunities. Students will: 1) Choose movement that express an idea, text, image, emotion, or follow 2 musical phase. 2) Engage in dance experience /performance moving alone, with partner, or in a group. 3) Collaborate to design dance structures and include choreographic devices that support artistic intent. 4) Revise choreography using feedback from teacher, personal, and self-reflection. 5) Execute an efficient manner for teaching. 6) Be more deliberate in helping students in our clubs connect with each other and form new relationships.
  • Nothin' But Treble

    Ms. Simons | msimons@loy.org
    Tuesday and Thursday | 3-5 pm
    room 68

    Nothin' But Treble is Loyola Academy’s all female a cappella group. They perform, compete and record their compilations throughout the year. It is an auditioned ensemble.
  • Pep Band

    Mr. McQuinn | smcquinn@loy.org
    Mr. Strauss | astrauss@loy.org
    Friday mornings | evenings of games
    room 50

    They strive to boast school spirit at basketball games and other sporting events by playing music.
  • Photography Club

    Mr. Hart | jhart@loy.org
    Thursdays | 3:00
    room 32

    Our mission is to provide the opportunity for photography at Loyola for those who are not in photography classes, to help students with their individual, personal photography goals, to teach and learn more about the art and aesthetic of photography and to create an environment of openness and positivity for those with the same passion - photography.
  • Ramblerettes (Gold and Maroon)

    Ms. McLean | cmclean@loy.org
    Ms. Shapiro | eshapiro@loy.org
    Mrs. Dubay | kdubay@loy.org

     
    The Ramblerettes are dedicated to promoting school spirit by providing entertainment and spirit rising activities at Loyola Academy. We strive to be leaders in academics, dance, and community service and hope to inspire others by the examples we set. The Ramblerettes represent Loyola by competing in local, state, and National dance competitions. We value the life-long friendships created while on the dance team an are proud to be part of the pride and tradition that makes Loyola Academy unique and distinct from other outstanding high schools.

    The Ramblerettes are Loyola Academy’s competition dance team. Tryouts for the Ramblerettes are held each spring. For additional information, please visit the Ramblerettes web page.
  • Slam Poetry

    Mr. Brown | kbrown@loy.org
    Mondays | 3:00-4:00 pm
    room 151

    The goal is to use poetry as a means of self-expression; slam poetry club is an outlet for personal growth and reflection as well as a space for students to hone their craft.
  • Step Team

    Mrs. Bennett | sbennett@loy.org
    Tuesdays | 3:30
    Student Center


    Step Team is a team dedicated to educating the Loyola community about the culture and tradition surrounding stepping. We aim to accomplish this by proudly performing at several different school events.
  • Thespians

    Ms. Smycz | ssmycz@loy.org
    Mr. Yost| jyost@loy.org  

    The Thespian club is the representative of our school's Thespian Troop. The club encompasses the fall play, spring musical, one acts, new faces, improv, and visit to the Illinois Theater Festival.

Cultural Clubs

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  • African American Youth Group (AAYG)

    Ms. Bea | bshoular@loy.org
    Mr. Carlson | scarlson@loy.org
    Wednesdays | 3:00-4:00
    rooms 117 & 119

    Our mission is to unite as people of color to guide, lead, mentor and teach one another how to be the best Ramblers we can be. We learn about black history, high school experiences as minorities, social justice, and continue to have fun. We thrive to see one another become great. One step at a time.
  • Asian Youth Group (AYG)

    Mrs. Amin | pamin@loy.org
    Mrs. Soni | usoni@loy.org
    Fridays | 3:00-4:15 pm
    room 114

    Our goal is to provide a safe, comfortable and inclusive environment that allows students to celebrate Asian culture and create friendships that last a lifetime.
  • Chinese Club

    Ms. Ren | mren@loy.org
    Ms. Guo | yguo@loy.org
    every other Tuesday | 2:50-3:20
    room 143
     
    The Chinese Club aims at providing an environment where the students can experience the Chinese culture through different kinds of activities and holiday celebrations. The students who take Chinese will benefit from the activities and it will improve their learning of Chinese.
  • Classics Club

    Ms. Harrington | jharrington@loy.org
    Thursdays | 7:10
    room 142

    The missions of Classics Club is to cultivate the minds and inspire the growth of students with a passion for classical culture, architecture, mythology, etc.
  • Croatian Club

    Mrs. Abdella | aabdella@students.loy.org
    every other Tuesday | 7:10 am
    room 53

    The goal of Croatian Club is to keep the Croatian culture alive in the Loyola community.
  • Diversity Board

    Mr. Penna  | cpenna@loy.org

    Diversity Board is a group comprised of one leader from each of our heritage + groups. They gather to give input, plan, and be allies to one another.
  • French Club

    Mr. Sapp | tsapp@loy.org
    every other Tuesday | 3:00-3:50
    room 136

    French Club celebrates the culture of French speaking nations around the globe. The club often participates in events that bring a little piece of that French culture to American shores.
  • Hellenic Club

    Mrs. Koustenis | ckoustenis@loy.org
    every other Friday | 7:15 am
    room 259

    Our mission is to preserve and promote Greek heritage through philanthropic, social, cultural, and language events.

  • Hispanic Youth Group

    Ms. Fernandez | bfernandez@loy.org
    Thursdays | 3:00 pm
    room 11

    Hispanic Youth Group is a club that educates the Loyola Community about various Latin American Cultures. We encourage and welcome anyone to join and integrate their ethnic experiences through our events.


  • Irish Heritage Club

    Ms. McGann | mmcgann@loy.org
    Mrs. O'Sullivan | eosullivan@loy.org
    every other Friday | 7:15-7:40
    room 119

    The Irish Heritage Club at Loyola Academy seeks to integrate Irish culture into our school through activities like Irish Dancing, learning the Gaelic language, and representing the Irish community of Loyola Academy. The Irish Heritage Club welcomes students of all backgrounds open to learning about the Irish culture.

  • Polish Club

    Fr. Stan Czarnecki SJ | sczarnecki@loy.org
    Mrs. Denic | mdenic@loy.org
    first and third Thursday | 3-3:45 pm
    room 156

    The Polish Club’s mission is to bring together not only students of Polish heritage but ALL students regardless of race, sex, religion, ethnicity, or ability, interested in exploring Polish culture, customs, and history. This will be done by promoting Polish traditions by participating in educational, social, and religious activities and by cultivating relationships across all cultures through their connections with the Polish people.

  • Sign Language Club

    Mrs. Casey | lcasey@loy.org
    first and third Tuesdays | 3:00-3:45
    library

    The mission of the ASL Club is to provide a fun and interactive environment to Loyola students whilst learning about the basics of sign language such as being able to spell the alphabet, count, and the importance of utilizing facial expressions when signing. In addition to learning the language, the club will educate students about Deaf culture and important figures of the Deaf community.

Service

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  • Better Together

    Mr. Leon | pleon@loy.org
    Mrs. Semple | dsemple@loy.org
    meetings infrequently, as needed

    The Better Together Club works to promote inclusion by working with organizations that support people with disabilities such as Misericordia, Best Buddies, and L’Arche. By planning service events with these organizations we impact and enrich the lives of people with disabilities but also our club members.  Members are given opportunities to get involved with planning and volunteering at events.  
  • Insignis

    Mr. Gombac | mgombac@loy.org
    room 109

    Insignis (meaning “distinguished”) is a junior and senior student service organization dedicated to assisting within the school.  Members work school events such as Back-to-School Night, Open House, Parent-Teacher Conferences, as resources for guests and host the annual Freshman Homecoming Luau as well.  Meetings become infrequent as information will be conveyed primarily through our Group Gmail. Applications are made available second semester.
  • Microfinance Club

    Mrs. Dabu | adabu@loy.org
    Ms. Guercio | tguercio@loy.org
    every other Friday | 7:10
    room 108

  • SAVE

    Ms. Walchuk | swalchuk@loy.org
    Wednesdays | 3:00-4:00 pm
    room 112
     
    S.A.V.E. stands for Students Against Violating the Earth.  Over the course of 20+ years, SAVE has promoted water conservation, organic farming, eco-friendly cosmetics, awareness of CCD (Colony Collapse Disorder of bees), industrial hemp, recycling, zero waste, energy efficiency, composting, and many other topics related to the environment. Every spring SAVE hosts an Earth Day Fair in which faculty, staff and students are invited to learn about various environmental topics.

    Students who want a platform to make a difference in the school should join SAVE!
  • Student Ambassadors

    Mrs. Schurer | rschurer@loy.org

    The Student Ambassadors are a student leadership program which is made up of sophomores, juniors, seniors and second semester freshman. These students are the first impression. The face and voice of Loyola Academy. The Student Ambassadors assist the school community with very specific responsibilities, primarily working together at the switchboard and escorting Rambler visitors throughout the building.  The Ambassador program is designed for you to improve your communication skills, build your leadership qualities and to prepare you for various job responsibilities in the future.
  • Torch Club

    Mr. McGuire | mmcguire@loy.org
    Wednesdays once a month from 7:10-7:40am in the Theater

    Torch Club is dedicated to service to the school. The members fulfill roles that promote school spirit and set an example of giving of one’s time. 
  • UNICEF Club

    Mr. Hartman | nhartman@loy.org
    every other Thursday | 7:10-7:40 | room 160

Leadership Clubs

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  • Insignis

    Mr. Gombac | mgombac@loy.org
    room 109

    Insignis (meaning “distinguished”) is a junior and senior student service organization dedicated to assisting within the school.  Members work school events such as Back-to-School Night, Open House, Parent-Teacher Conferences, as resources for guests and host the annual Freshman Homecoming Luau as well.  Meetings become infrequent as information will be conveyed primarily through our Group Gmail. Applications are made available second semester.
  • Student Council (Freshmen)

    Mrs. Cagle | scagle@loy.org
    Thursdays | 7:10 am
    room 111
  • Student Council (Sophomores)

    Mr. Sapp | tsapp@loy.org
    Thursdays | 7:10 am
    room 136
  • Student Council (Juniors)

    Ms. McGuire | smcguire@loy.org
    Thursdays | 7:10 am
    room 3
  • Student Council (Seniors)

    Ms. Krein | mkrein@loy.org
    Thursdays | 7:10 am
    room 160
  • Torch Club

    Mr. McGuire | mmcguire@loy.org
    Wednesdays once a month from 7:10-7:40am in the Theater

    Torch Club is dedicated to service to the school. The members fulfill roles that promote school spirit and set an example of giving of one’s time. 
  • Women Leaders in Loyola

    Ms. Cavallaro | kcavallaro@loy.org
    every other Wednesdays | 7:00-7:40
    theater

Sport & Social

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  • Adventure Games

    Ms. Pagnotta | apagnotta@loy.org
    Thursdays | 3:00-5:00 pm
    room 6

    Our mission is provide students with an environment to explore their passions for pen and paper, card, and board games together while fostering a sense of community, social responsiveness, and belonging at our school. 
  • Anime Club

    Ms. Waid-Prince | bwprince@loy.org
    Mondays | 3-4 pm
    room 221
     
    Our mission is to enjoy and discuss Anime in all of its acceptable forms, while building a smaller community within the school. Pursuing a common interest as a community fosters a sense of belonging for all. Anime is a Japanese form of animation that is aimed at both children and adults. The ANIME Club meets weekly to watch and discuss tv shows and movies of this genre together.
  • Badminton Club

    Coach Etheridge | retheridge@loy.org
    Tuesdays | 3:00
    West Gym
    fall season only
  • Bowling Intramurals

    Ms. Buckley | jbuckley@loy.org
    Mr. Tres | btres@loy.org
     

    Bowling Intramurals runs in the fall.  Students meet at the Bowlero, 7333 Milwaukee Ave, Niles, IL to bowl and socialize. Nominal fee to participate.
  • Card Club

    Dr. Feldman | gfeldman@loy.org
    Wednesdays | 3:00-4:00
    room 232

    The mission of Card Club is to enjoy playing a variety of card games while building an inclusive community around a shared interest. The card club meets weekly to play known card games and learn new ones. All students and staff are welcome to attend regularly or drop by anytime to play. We'll teach you!
  • E Gaming Club

    Mr. Lucki | mlucki@loy.org
    Fridays | 3:00-5:00
    room 128

    To provide a place where students with interests in video games can come to socialize, play, and compete with each other in a relaxed and friendly environment.
  • Equestrian Club

    Ms. McGuire | smcguire@loy.org
    Wednesdays (every other week) | 7:15 am
    room 3 

     
    The Loyola Academy Equestrian Association (LAEA) believes that commitment, dedication and love of horses are more important than ability. We have an emphasis on learning, sportsmanship and fun. Riders of all levels are welcome.
  • Figure Skating Club

    Ms. Krein | mkrein@loy.org
    as needed

    Students compete as a team several times throughout the year.
  • Film Club

    Mr. Brown | pbrown@loy.org
    Tuesdays | 3-5 pm
    room 10

    The Loyola Academy Film club believes in the power and beauty of film. Seeking to expand students' cultural literary and engagement. Requires a waiver signed by parents.

    Students interested in Filmmaking should see Mr. Brown for further information.
  • Fishing Club

    Mrs. Nugent | jnugent@loy.org   
    Mr. Zaker |
    czaker@loy.org
    Mr. Hooker | jhooker@loy.org
    Wednesdays | 3:00
    room 155

    Fishing club and team strive to engage Loyola students in fishing and outdoor activities.
  • Gourmet Club

    Mrs. Butvilas | tbutvilas@loy.org
    every other Thursday | 3-4 pm
    Jesuit Residence Kitchen

    The Gourmet Club strives to develop the skills of and appreciation for the culinary arts. We desire to mold leaders through developing interpersonal skill while serving each other and our community as Women and Men for Others.
  • Paddle Club

    Mr. Gordon | tgordon@loy.org

    Play starts in October/November - more information to follow at that time.

    The goal is to form young paddle players who can enjoy the game and compete at a high level for years to come.
  • Ping Pong Club and Team

    Mr. Rank | jrank@loy.org
    Mr. VanHowe | dvanhowe@loy.org
    Mondays and Wednesdays | 3:00-4:30 pm
    cafeteria

    The goal is to promote ping pong as both a sport and recreational activity to increase friendships and connections among students.
  • Plant Based LA

    Ms. Walchuk | swalchuk@loy.org
    Tuesdays | 3:00-4:00
    room 288

    To explore and celebrate the many facets of a plant based diet. All students, whether vegan, vegetarian, flexitarian, or simply plant-based curious, are welcome to join and learn more.
  • Ted Talk

    Ms. Cavallaro | kcavallaro@loy.org
    every other Tuesday| 7:00-7:40
    theater
  • Yarnbombing Club

    Ms. Antonini | santonini@loy.org
    every other Wednesday | 7:15 am
    room 6
  • Yoga Club

    Mr. Lupo | alupo@loy.org
    Wednesdays | 3:00
    room 12

    The mission of the yoga club is to offer students a means to find balance, strength, and focus in body, mind, and spirit. At Loyola, yoga offers a way to improve physical fitness, practice self-awareness, and apply relaxation techniques. Yoga club wishes to promote the practice and study of yoga, and to foster a welcoming community around this practice.
  • Young Republicans

    Mr. Hengelmann | mhengelmann@loy.org
    Tuesdays | 7:10 am
    room 161

    The goal is to provide a forum for the discussion of Republican and conservative ideology, to encourage involvement in the political process as best as possible, to respectfully stand up for principles when faced with adversity, and foster the growth of future conservative leaders.

Publications/Communications

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  • Literary Magazine

    Dr. Melstrom | tmelstrom@loy.org
    every other Wednesday | 7:10
    room 119

    The Loyola Literary Magazine provides the Loyola community with student imagined works of art while also allowing for creativity and inspiration to flourish.
  • The Prep

    Ms. Klein | kklein@loy.org
    Wednesdays | 3:00
    room 77 

    The Prep is dedicated to fostering journalism in the LA community. We strive to research and produce timely articles on events that are relevant to the school. The paper is online now and can be found at goramblers.org/theprep.
  • Rambler Stream

    Ms. Krein | mkrein@loy.org
    as needed

    This student run organization broadcasts from Loyola football, basketball, and volleyball games. If student interest is there, they will broadcast other sports.
  • Yearbook

    Mrs. Gombac | fgombac@loy.org 
    Ms. Jacob | bjacob@loy.org
    Monday-Thursday | 3-4 pm
    room 77

    The Year, the student yearbook at Loyola Academy, attempts to cover the people and events of the school community as fairly, impartially, and accurately as possible. It provides a history in pictures and copy of the school year. Through the emphasis on the skills of writing, design, photography, and business it offers an educational opportunity for staff members who must learn to accept responsibility and assume leadership roles. 
    Students can join at any time and can be a part of the club at any point through the year they'd like. If they play a sport, they can be part of yearbook for just one season if that's all they have free.

Contact

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    Ms. Melissa Krein 

    Director of Student Activities
    (847) 920-2604

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.