Holy Ghost Prep has named Mark Staudenmeier as its new head cross-country and track and field coach, effective this spring.
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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.
Six Holy Ghost Prep artists are exhibiting their work at the Phillips Mill Youth Art Exhibit in New Hope, Pennsylvania.
Seven current Holy Ghost Prep students—Matthew Davies, Brandon Dorsey, John Horgan, Chris Gasiewski, Alex Monckton, Matthew Burst, and Alex Taylor—recently earned the rank of Eagle Scout.
Eleven Holy Ghost Prep sophomores rang in the new year as part of the inaugural group of HGP students in the school’s newest signature program, a Spiritan exchange program with Blackrock College, one of HGP’s “brother” schools in Dublin, Ireland.
A total of 15 Holy Ghost Prep musicians and singers have earned All-Catholic honors this year. These musicians and singers will perform in various festivals during the next two months.
Greg Olenski ’10, one of the best players in Holy Ghost Prep’s storied baseball history, has been named the school’s new head baseball coach.