Loyola Academy
High School
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1100 Laramie Ave Wilmette, IL 60091
1100 Laramie AvenueUSIllinoisWilmette60091
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"GREAT EDUCATION and great teachers!"
"Bye Bye Dick Sheman and Frank Amato."
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Ray S
4 months ago
The school is a shadow of its former greatness before 1994, when it went coed. All the great teachers, the legends of Loyola are gone. Why send your kid there? They can go to New Trier and get the same PC, coed experience that Loyola offers now. Goodbye Phil Stelnicki and Father Beall. So long Coach Spoo and the original ass-kicking Father Arimond. Bye Bye Dick Sheman and Frank Amato. It's nothing more than a public school with a Jesuit shine on it now. Going to Loyola in the old days was akin to joining the Marines. They would toughen you up and turn you into a man, whether you wanted to be there or not. I'm not sure what in the heck they make you now. It's too bad these kids nowadays can't experience the greatness that was the old Loyola Academy. I know I'm not the only alum who thinks like this. Loyola will never be short of cash. But, they'll never get another dime from me and there are others who refuse to donate as well.
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Kristelle San Juan
a year ago
Loyola Academy is an amazing high school to attend. They have many activies for you to do after school, from clubs to sports. Their is always something for everyone to do
A Google User
5 years ago
Loyola Academy was somewhat of an after-acquired taste for me. I graduated in 1965, then went on to Xavier University in Cincinnati, and eventually to law school. Without the emphasis on academics and personal integrity instilled in me by Loyola, I am certain that I would have not insisted on excellence. The late Tim Russert, my media mentor, was a giant fan of Jesuit Education. He also was appreciative not just of a quest for knowledge. He remembered fondly the system of values that intertwine the entire "Jesuit system." Today challenges require leaders, not just tradesmen. Bert Freeman
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A Google User
4 years ago
loyola is lame.
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Max Melgarejo
a year ago
GREAT EDUCATION and great teachers! I enjoyed my time at Loyola and form long time friendships that I still have today. Remember, it's a GREAT DAY TO BE A RAMBLER!
Laurie Kohl
a year ago
Great education
A Google User
4 years ago
Great School from a great organization. You can always tell people educated in a Jesuit institution because of their well trained analytical and inquisitive mind.
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Brendan Egan
3 years ago