As the old saying goes, the show must go on—or in this case, online—as Holy Ghost Prep will perform its first-ever virtual show “10 Ways to Survive Life in Quarantine," a one-act play by Don Zolidis. The show will be broadcast live Saturday, August 1 and Sunday, August 2 at 7:00 p.m.
Zach Posivak and Charles Mshomba have been named the valedictorian and salutatorian for Holy Ghost Prep’s Class of 2020, respectively.
Bucks County Commissioner Gene DiGirolamo, who has served in local government for nearly three decades, will deliver the commencement address to Holy Ghost Prep's Class of 2020 on Saturday, July 25.
Holy Ghost Prep's health and safety committee has enlisted the help of a parent and alumni advisory committee of medical professionals to help the school make well-informed decisions about the safe return to school in August.
Holy Ghost Prep's final fall season in the Bicentennial Athletic League (BAL) before going independent in 2020-21 was a memorable one as the soccer, golf and cross-country teams all excelled.
HGP student-athletes, including hoops star Tyler Mish (pictured), excelled during the 2019-20 winter sports seasons. Here are season recaps and award winners from the 2019-20 winter athletic season at Ghost.
The Office of Development announced an anonymous challenge match donation of $25,000 to the Firebirds for Firebirds Fund that will support emergency tuition grants for families impacted by COVID-19. To receive the gift, the HGP community has been challenged to raise an additional $25,000 between now and June 30.
Holy Ghost Prep runner Mitchell Feyl ’20 recently received a Kiwanis-Herald Scholar-Athlete Award for his excellence on the track and in the classroom
Holy Ghost Prep hosted a fun-filled Class of 2020 car parade through campus on Saturday, May 30.
Beth Vilsmeier will retire after spending the past 29 years teaching music at Holy Ghost Prep. Vilsmeier, pictured here with former student Anthony Manfredonia ’11, a professional composer and orchestrator, has impacted countless lives during her teaching career.