Loyola Leaders

“Loyola Leaders” are recognized each month for their demonstration of the Jesuit values of Loyola Academy. Started in 2018, this program was designed to promote self-awareness, practice the Jesuit philosophy, and develop a greater sense of belonging in the middle school community. Each month, a student from each grade who exemplifies the Jesuit core values of Loyola Academy is recognized by their peers and teachers.
Loyola Academy Jesuit Values:
Magis- Magis encourages individuals to seek excellence in all they do. It's about constantly pushing oneself to be better, to do more, and to achieve greater heights, not for personal gain but for the greater good.
Cura Personalis (Care for the Whole Person): This value emphasizes the importance of caring for each individual's holistic well-being. It means recognizing and respecting the unique needs, backgrounds, and experiences of each person, and providing support accordingly.
Ad Majorem Dei Gloriam (For the Greater Glory of God): AMDG is a reminder to live life in a way that brings glory to God. It encourages selflessness, dedicating one's actions and achievements to a higher purpose beyond personal gain.
Men and Women for Others: This value calls for a commitment to serving others, particularly those who are marginalized or in need. It's about developing a sense of social responsibility and using one's talents and resources to make a positive impact on the world.
Finding God in All Things: This value teaches the importance of seeking and recognizing the presence of God in every aspect of life. It encourages mindfulness, reflection, and a deeper appreciation for the beauty of the world.


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Please check out the list of students recognized as Loyola Leaders of the Month: