Norm Muller (pictured), a former Division I golfer, has been named the new golf coach at Holy Ghost Prep. He inherits a strong Holy Ghost Prep golf program—led by rising senior Calen Sanderson, the 2020 PIAA Class AAA state champion.
Holy Ghost Preparatory School graduated 125 seniors at its commencement exercises on Saturday, June 5 on the campus lawn behind Cornwells Hall. (photo courtesy of Catalano Studio)
HGP’s Class of 2021 is an accomplished group of 125 students who received a school-record $27,460,086 in scholarships and are continuing their academic careers at 59 different schools in 18 different states. (photo courtesy of Catalano Studio)
Gregory Nowak ’77, a member of HGP’s Board of Trustees who passed away suddenly at the age of 61, was honored posthumously with the Rev. James P. McCloskey, C.S.Sp. ’70 Award.
HGP’s Art Department annually participates in a service project called the Memory Project. 27 HGP art students drew 28 portraits of children from Cameroon. The portraits were recently delivered. (photo courtesy of Douglas Benedict/Academic Image)
The Holy Ghost Prep Ultimate Frisbee team captured the 2021 Philadelphia High School Ultimate Education League (PHUEL) title by navigating through the two-day tournament with a perfect 6-0 record.
Chris Crawford, a 2012 HGP graduate, qualified to play in his third U.S. Open by shooting five-under par at the Woodmont Country Club in Rockville, MD. Crawford punched his ticket to the 2021 U.S. Open, which will be played on the South Course at Torrey Pines.
Richard Mshomba, Ph.D., an economics professor at La Salle University and the alumni parent of three Holy Ghost Prep graduates (Alphonce, Dennis, and Charles Mshomba), will deliver the commencement address to HGP’s Class of 2021 on Saturday, June 5.
Tomas Vallejo (right) and Tom Knaul (left) will serve as the valedictorian and salutatorian for Holy Ghost Prep’s Class of 2021, respectively. (photo courtesy of Catalano Studio)
Three Holy Ghost Prep seniors—Jake Marek, Anthony Padula, and EJ Pohl—were among the 138 students recognized for their academic achievements at the 41st annual Archdiocesan Honors Convocation held at the Cathedral Basilica of Saints Peter and Paul in Philadelphia on May 18.