Holy Ghost Prep’s speech and debate team finished in second place in the team competition at the 2019 Pennsylvania High School Speech League State Championship held March 15-16. Holy Ghost performed exceptionally well, producing three individual state champions and four other top-three finishes.
Thirteen Holy Ghost Prep students are members of the Sociedad Honoraria Hispánica, a national honor society for high school students enrolled in Spanish, sponsored by the American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese.
Holy Ghost Prep sophomore Brandon Dorsey captured first place with a perfect score and earned High Honors in piano at the PhMTA Spring Festival held at Temple University on March 3. (photo courtesy of Catalano Studio)
At the annual President's Dinner, HGP senior Albert Johnston-Ramirez (pictured), who will attend the University of Pennsylvania in the fall, delivered a heartfelt appreciation for the lessons that the school has taught him. (photo courtesy of Catalano Studio)
On Feb. 19 in the Holt Center, Holy Ghost Prep student-athletes Sam Summer, Cory DiMario, Andrew Iannacone, and Nicholas Gill signed national letters of intent to play college athletics. (photo courtesy of Catalano Studio)
Holy Ghost Prep has named Mark Staudenmeier as its new head cross-country and track and field coach, effective this spring.
According to the latest 3PSpeech rankings, Holy Ghost Prep’s Kevin Landers and Kevin Nowicke (pictured) are ranked first in the country in duo interpretation.
The Holy Ghost Prep basketball team, led by a game-high 21 points from Greg Calvin, captured a share of the Bicentennial League’s Independence Division title with a 71-39 win over MaST Charter on Feb. 7. With the win, Holy Ghost Prep (16-6 overall, 12-2 BAL) captured its first BAL crown since 2012.
Six former Holy Ghost Prep student-athletes were inducted into the HGP Athletic Hall of Fame on Saturday, January 26.
On Jan. 26, legendary hoops coach Tony Chapman '71 will make history again when his uniform number is officially retired. Chapman’s No. 20 will never be worn by a Ghost hoops player again—marking the first time that a number has ever been retired by the school.