Loyola School’s Next Principal
On September 26, 2016, Dr. Kristin Ross Cully informed the Loyola School community that the 2016-2017 academic year would be her final year as Principal of Loyola School. Dr. Ross Cully and her husband decided to make their home together in the Denver area during the summer of 2017, and the entire Loyola community wishes them only the very best. Loyola School is grateful for Dr. Ross Cully’s dedicated and joyful service as our Principal and for her skilled assistance as we look to identify her successor.
With excitement, on February 8, 2017, Loyola School leadership announced that Mr. Adam Lewis will be our next principal. Mr. Lewis is a talented educator who looks forward to moving from Melbourne, Australia to New York City with his wife and three children to help lead the academic work at Loyola School. Please click here to read written messages from both Mr. Oroszlany and Mr. Lewis about this exciting new chapter for Loyola School.
Loyola School sought as its next Principal an experienced leader with the skills necessary to help guide a high functioning, mission-driven school to the next level of excellence. We imagined that the successful candidate would be a strategic leader who was committed to the school’s Jesuit and Independent school traditions and that s/he would model lifelong learning and embody the school’s Jesuit ideals and values. Mr. Lewis is that leader and he will assume the role of Principal of Loyola School on July 1, 2017.—Posted: February 8, 2017