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Get a glimpse inside life at Fairfield Prep with our latest news and social media posts.
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.
Congratulations to all students recognized for their excellent academic performance and high achievement.
The trips are primarily for rising juniors who will earn service credit.
Fairfield Prep is offering Driver's Ed classes beginning Monday, Feb. 10, 2020.
Both students are standouts in the classroom and leaders of their teams.
Cashman previously taught Theology at Prep from 2010-2017. He returns to the school having served as President of Northwest Catholic in Hartford.
In celebration of the Year of the Rat, Prep students gathered for fun activities and food on Friday.
We are proud to receive these top designations in our community!
Take a look at the welcome video shared with our newly accepted students.
Prep proudly announces the impressive list of early college acceptances for the Class of 2020.
Fairfield Prep encourages all students to attend a cultural experience event featuring musical performances, calligraphy and Chinese food.
Fairfield Prep is offering Driver's Ed classes beginning Jan. 13, 2020.
Enjoy our Christmas Video Message, featuring Fairfield Prep musicians performing "Wonderful Christmastime."
The gift from alumnus Dr. James Barrett '60, and his wife April, will support a major science and technology renovation.
The Fairfield Prep Creative Writing Club has published the latest issue of the school's literary magazine, The Bellarmine Review.