Association

The purpose of the Association is to promote the interests, welfare, and educational aims of Loyola High School, to establish and maintain a mutually beneficial relationship between the High School and its alumni, and to foster and encourage the Jesuit ideal of "men-for-others".

It is the mission of the Board of Directors to maintain the tradition of excellence that is associated with the Loyola High School Alumni Association. Here is a list of the 2017-2018 Board of Directors:

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE

Elias Scarvelis ‘84, President
Chris Hein '98, Vice-President
Paul Fortin ‘68, Treasurer
Ed Piro ’99, Secretary
Don McCarty ’70, Legal Counsel

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Eric Arciero '10
Marco Barone ‘01
Serge Bouharevich ‘70, Past President emeritus
Jeff Clarke ’81, Past President emeritus
Al Deschamps ‘94
Pino Di Ioia ’86
Frank Di Stefano ’85
Charlie Dunsby ’86
Matt Eramian ’98, Past President emeritus
Charles Grenier ’78, Past President emeritus
Pawel Morawski ’81
Jason Parravano ‘05
Matthew Rooney ’97
Mark Shalhoub ’86
Bob Shaughnessy '61
Pierre Shousha ‘78, Past President
Ray Spruzenieks ’78

ALUMNI DIRECTOR

Randy Burns '86

ASSISTANT ALUMNI DIRECTOR

Phil Lafave '88

ASSISTANT TO ALUMNI DIRECTOR

Connie Di Iorio

If you wish to become a Director of the Alumni Association, contact Randy Burns at 514-486-1101 ext 268 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..


Mission Statement

The Association shall be known as the Loyola High School Alumni Association Inc. (hereinafter the "Association").

Purpose

The purpose of the Association is to promote the interests, welfare, and educational aims of Loyola High School (hereinafter the "High School") and its alumni, to establish and maintain a mutually beneficial relationship between the High School and its alumni, and to foster and encourage the Jesuit ideal of "men-for-others".

Objectives

The Objectives of the Association are:

  • To encourage the fellowship of former students of the High School through social, educational, cultural, and professional means.
  • To disseminate information among former students relating to the development of the High School.
  • To promote the High School through continued alumni interest and to share their knowledge and experience, both academic and otherwise, with current students of the High School.
  • To establish and maintain a link with all alumni, the High School, and with the community at large.