A private school in New York City located on the upper east side. Providing a Jesuit education, Loyola remains to this day a recognized institution of excellence. Although the school is known for its warm and welcoming atmosphere, it is also known for it's strict disciplinary code of conduct. Like any other high school, there are kids who drink and party, it's unavoidable, but it's not as if the entire school is a constant night club. And like any other high school, if students are caught carrying llegal substances, the administration will take action, but they are normally willing to work with the students. Yes, Loyola has a new dean of students who can be really tough but thats what the position calls for. Everyone has a run in with her at some point in their Loyola career, but it's nothing unreasonable. Outside of the classroom she's fine, and most of us do not concern ourselves with the contents of her wardrobe. The students at Loyola are all very different but we get along fine apart from the drama that is high school. As for the "not smart little rich white kids" comment, well those "not smart little rich white kids" tend to travel to Belize so they can build houses for the poor and they tend to get into Princeton, Columbia, UPenn and other presitigous universities. Please do not let someone's opinion define something for you.
Xavier Kid #1: hey, is that the new kid?
Xavier Kid #2: hey, why are we named Xavier Kid 1 and
Xavier Kid #1: No clue, my friend goes to Loyola School and he really likes it.
Xavier Kid #2: I bet he's going to get
into an awesome college!