The Maguire Foundation recently informed school officials of a $1,250,000 grant award to support the Holy Ghost Prep endowment, which supports financial aid and scholarships for the school’s Maguire Scholars program.
The 2022-23 HGP swim team should be strong, led by returning swimmers like Aidan Sloan, TJ Farrell, Brian Chewning, Liam Halligan, and Peter Patrick.
Holy Ghost Prep head coach Tony Chapman ’71 enters his 45th season with 914 career victories. With a 16-man roster that includes 13 seniors who clearly know the Ghost way, Chapman’s impressive win total should continue to grow. (photo courtesy of Douglas Benedict/Academic Image)
On Nov. 29, the HGP community will once again participate in Giving Tuesday, a daylong giving campaign on the Tuesday after Thanksgiving. In Holy Ghost Prep’s case, Giving Tuesday donors had the ability to direct their gift to support a particular need on the HGP’s faculty-staff-coaches wish list.
Holy Ghost Prep alums-turned-HGP-employees Justin Goulet ’99 and Mike Jacobs ’01 and a group of students set a goal to collect and deliver 4,000 pounds of nonperishable food items to Preston & Steve’s annual “Campout for Hunger." They reached their goal—by one pound.
The 2022-23 Holy Ghost Prep ice hockey team will be led by its 10 seniors, including this year's captains Landon Stout, Brady Baehser, and John Seravalli.
On November 9 in Holy Ghost Prep’s Chapman Arena, HGP baseball players Matt Goldenbaum and Aiden Robbins saw their Division One dreams become a reality as they signed national letters of intent to attend the University of South Florida and Seton Hall University, respectively.
The Northeast Times profiled Holy Ghost Prep senior Labrant "Deuce" Davis, the starting left wing on the Firebirds' soccer team who is excelling on the field and in the classroom. (photo courtesy of Robert Barnes/Pro Action Sports)
HGP's cross-country team captured a third straight PIAA District 1 Class 2A cross-country team title on October 28 at Lehigh University. The Firebirds had five top-20 finishers in the District I race: Ciaran Chambers (second place), Papakojo Danquah (third place), Daniel Perez (fourth place), Brendan DiEnna (11th) and Jack Evans (18th).
HGP juniors Tom McGinley, Dean Bergkoetter, Dylan Fair, Michael Malpezzi, and Adam Zulewski created HGP pink cancer awareness hoodies with the Holy Ghost Prep seal on the front and “Fight for a Cure” on the back. More than 500 hoodies have been sold and the five young men have clearly touched the HGP community.