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.
The alumni in attendance came from classes as recent as 2015 and as far back as 1945.
Mr. Andrew Davenport, a Ph.D student at Georgetown University, spoke about Georgetown's "Slavery, History, Memory and Reconciliation Project."
Fairfield Prep Classes ending in 0s and 5s are welcome back to a weekend of celebration in May.
The JesuBots competed against 24 other teams representing schools and clubs from throughout Connecticut.
The 85,000-square foot, 3,500-seat Convocation Center will be built on the current site of Alumni Hall.
Prep will play its last home basketball game at Alumni Hall on Thursday, Feb. 20, and there will be a reception on Saturday, March 7.
Fairfield Prep will begin work on a new science wing in 2020.
Lyddy served as head coach of the Jesuits from 2010-2019 and took the program to new heights during his tenure.