Holy Ghost Preparatory School graduated 121 seniors at its commencement exercises on Saturday, June 1 on the campus lawn behind Cornwells Hall. (photo courtesy of Catalano Studio)
HGP’s Class of 2019 is an accomplished group of 121 students who will continue their academic careers at 52 different schools in 15 different states. (photo courtesy of Catalano Studio)
HGP’s 2019 baseball team added to the program’s already rich history this spring, finishing with a gaudy 23-2 record and winning both the Bicentennial Athletic League and PIAA District 1 Class 5A titles.
Many of Holy Ghost Prep’s best and brightest students were recognized at the school’s Honors Convocation on May 28. Pictured here with Patrick Hoelzle '01 are National Honor Society Scholarship winners Jayden Parks ’22, , Aaron Haq ’22, and Jomal Mathew ’22.
Kevin Burke, the current dean of academics at St. Augustine's Prep in New Jersey, will become Holy Ghost Prep’s next principal, effective July 1, 2019.
Jeffrey DiFrancesco (right) and Patrick Byrnes (left) will serve as the valedictorian and salutatorian for Holy Ghost Prep’s Class of 2019, respectively. (photo courtesy of Douglas Benedict/Academic Image)
At Holy Ghost Prep, classes are small, so interaction is a given. With a 9-to-1 student-to-faculty ratio, our unmatched faculty will get to personally know each student, as well as his hopes and dreams. All of our graduates go to college, so students leave Ghost perfectly equipped to make those dreams come true.
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Our forensics program, led by the award-winning Tony Figliola, is a national power that has produced over 100 individual state champions and 27 individual national champions.
Holy Ghost Prep’s Robotics students use the Engineering Design Process to design and build Vex robots for competition.
Our one-of-a-kind Leadership Externship Advantage Program (LEAP) partners Holy Ghost Prep juniors with alumni who have succeeded in the professional world.
HGP students learn to serve others on school-sponsored mission trips to the Dominican Republic, Tanzania, and West Virginia.