On April 27 in the Chapman Arena, eight members of HGP’s Class of 2021—including swimmer Fred Li (pictured)—will officially sign to continue their academic and athletic careers at the collegiate level.
HGP will host the first annual Holy Ghost Day, an entire day of philanthropy and alumni engagement on May 12. (photo courtesy of Douglas Benedict/Academic Image)
Ninth-year head coach Ryan Tessler has built one of the area’s top lacrosse programs at Holy Ghost Prep. A quick 2021 season preview is available here. (Photo courtesy of Douglas Benedict/Academic Image)
For the first time ever, four Holy Ghost Prep students—Dan Chiolan, Gavin Shewbrooks, John Schroeder, and Luke Slavin—qualified as finalists and will be featured in the Imprint 2021 Exhibition at the Wharton Esherick Museum in Malvern, Pa.
Nelson J. Pérez, the Archbishop of Philadelphia, visited Holy Ghost Prep on Wednesday, March 17. While at HGP, Archbishop Pérez celebrated Mass in the Firebird Fieldhouse, toured around campus, and took some time to visit with students. (photo courtesy of Catalano Studio)
Holy Ghost Prep seniors E.J. Pohl (left) and Connor Gallagher (right) were recently awarded full presidential scholarships to Duquesne University. (photo courtesy of Douglas Benedict/Academic Image)
On March 5, Holy Ghost Prep’s iconic basketball coach Tony Chapman ’71 was honored during a special senior class assembly. During the assembly, U.S. congressman Brian Fitzpatrick presented HGP’s iconic coach with a flag that had flown over the Capitol Building. (photo courtesy of Catalano Studio)
With his team's 71-41 victory over Dock Mennonite on March 4, Tony Chapman became just the sixth high school basketball coach in Pennsylvania history to reach the 900-win plateau. (photo courtesy of Catalano Studio)
Holy Ghost Prep’s storied speech and debate program recently had team members earn invites to upcoming state and national tournaments. Mike Georges and Vyn Le (pictured) have both qualified to compete in the NCFL Grand National Tournament over Memorial Day Weekend.
After finishing up his sophomore year at Temple University, Matthew Davies ’19 will embark on a different type of journey this summer. He will cycle across the United States to raise funds and awareness for persons living with and affected by disabilities.