Loyola School’s Michael Adulley Accepted To Williams College

Published on May 30, 2023, 7:29 pm
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Bronx native and Loyola School senior Michael Adulley has been accepted to prestigious Williams College, it was announced today by Loyola School. U.S. News & World Report recognizes Williams College as the #1 ranked National Liberal Arts College in the U.S. Adulley lives in the Grand Concourse section of the Bronx.

I was so excited and surprised to see the acceptance letter that Williams College gave me, and so was my family,” said Adulley. “Loyola has prepared me to take on opportunities and not to expect the worst because at the end of the day something good will always come.”


About Loyola School

Loyola School is the only co-ed, Jesuit, and independent high school in New York City, and it captures the wonderful characteristics of both Jesuit and independent schools.

The first Jesuit school was founded in 1548 and today, almost 500 years later, there are close to 4,000 Jesuit educational institutions around the globe, educating just over 2.5 million students – the strongest network of private education in the world.

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