Loyola Academy Principal Named Golden Apple Leadership Award Finalist

///Loyola Academy Principal Named Golden Apple Leadership Award Finalist

Loyola Academy Principal Named Golden Apple Leadership Award Finalist

Golden Apple announced today that Principal of Loyola Academy in Wilmette, IL Kathryn M. Baal, PhD, has been named one of seven 2018 Stanley C. Golder Leadership Award Finalists for her initiative, dedication, perseverance and innovation.

Dr. Baal was appointed principal of Loyola Academy, the largest Jesuit secondary school in the nation, in 2011, when she began shepherding the formation of 2,000 students annually—who hail from more than 75 Chicago-area zip codes and represent a wide range of social, economic and academic backgrounds—by asking the question, “What more can we do to inspire our students to learn, lead and serve?”

Over the past seven years, Dr. Baal and her team have worked tirelessly to usher in a culture of enriched leadership and service, enhanced social-emotional wellness and a variety of 21st-century teaching and learning practices and technologies.

The winner of the Golder Leadership Award will be announced at the annual Golden Apple Celebration of Excellence brunch on Saturday, February 24, at the Rosemont Hilton Chicago O’Hare.

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