Prep's $25,000 Tuition Raffle is currently underway, and the prize can be used for any K-12 schools, colleges or universities, located and accredited in the U.S.
With 35 athletic teams and a robust intramural program, Fairfield Prep offers competition for everyone. Whether you are a top hockey or baseball player looking to compete in a Division I league, or just looking to play a game of flag football with friends, there’s a place for you here at Prep.
Through service projects both at home and abroad, you will learn about social justice and the challenges facing our global society. We strive to develop a moral compass within our students, teaching them to make good decisions, to be transformational leaders and committed to justice in our world.
Every year, our alumni share their stories about how Prep was transformational in their formative years, helping them become who they are today. The brotherhood of Prep alumni is cemented by the bonds and friendships that last a lifetime.
Here, you Prep for Discovery, Prep for Competition, Prep for Creativity, Prep for Leadership... and you Prep for Life.
Fairfield Prep welcomes all students to participate in its new "Writing Royale" short story contest.
Prep proudly announces the impressive list of early college acceptances for the Class of 2019.
Fairfield Prep encourages all students to attend a cultural experience event featuring musical performances, calligraphy and Chinese food.
The Fairfield Prep Creative Writing Club has published the latest issue of the school's literary magazine, The Bellarmine Review.
Support Prep's student-centered, mission advancing programs with your 2018 tax deductible donation postmarked, or received online, no later than December 31.
Fairfield Prep is proud to announce that the third annual Athletic Hall of Fame class will be inducted on Friday, May 31, 2019 in the Prep Quad.
Rabbi James Prosnit called on Fairfield Prep students to resist division and to practice compromise during a keynote speech at the school's annual Thanksgiving Interfaith Prayer Service on Monday, Nov. 19.