Holy Ghost Prep’s legendary coach Tony Chapman, one of only six high school basketball coaches in Pennsylvania history to reach the 900-win plateau, has decided to retire from coaching. Chapman finishes his illustrious coaching career at Holy Ghost Prep with an impressive 928-351 record.
The Bensalem Township Council unanimously approved the $4 million, 320,000-square-foot Duaime Athletic Complex project, including the John Mundy Track, at Holy Ghost Prep during its recent bimonthly meeting.
Justin Zamparelli ’92, the general counsel for vineyard vines, became the latest HGP alum to serve as Holy Ghost Prep’s Executive in Residence on March 8.
The Northeast Times profiled HGP junior Papakojo Danquah, who has blossomed into one of the area's best 800-meter and cross-country runners.
After an extensive national search, Jayme Karolyi has been selected as Holy Ghost Prep’s next chief financial officer (CFO). Karolyi comes to Ghost from the Shipley School where she served as the school’s controller from 2009 through 2016, then as the Director of Finance from 2016 until 2022, and now as the school’s interim CFO during this school year.
Eleven Holy Ghost Prep student artists will have their prints featured in the Wharton Esherick Museum's 15th annual “Imprint” exhibition, including HGP junior Thomas Chioban's print "Bucks County" (pictured here).
Holy Ghost Prep will break ground on the new $4-million Duaime Athletic Complex in early May. Bucks County Courier Times reporter Damon C. Williams recently wrote about the project.
HGP held its annual President’s Scholarship Dinner, an event which simultaneously honors generous HGP donors and some of the school’s talented students, at the Union League Golf Club at Torresdale on January 27. Senior Michael Walsh (pictured) delivered some brief remarks at the dinner.
Holy Ghost Prep has entered into a multi-year partnership with Yardley Makefield Soccer (YMS), allowing the highly recognized Bucks County soccer club to run some of its youth programs on the school’s brand-new Duaime Athletic Center synthetic turf field beginning in the fall of 2023.
Peter Cerenzo MS, LAT, ATC, CES, became Holy Ghost Prep’s new athletic trainer, effective February 6. In addition to working in clinical settings, Cerenzo’s professional experience includes working with student-athletes at the Division I and Division III college, high school, and junior high levels.