Be a Hoya


Founded in 1789, Georgetown Prep is the nation's oldest Jesuit high school and only Jesuit boarding school. We are honored by your interest and look forward to getting to know you and your family through the admissions process.

You have the unique opportunity to be part of the next group of talented young men responsible for the care of our centuries old tradition. Each new class has the potential to leave a mark, to make history, and to be a Hoya.

At Georgetown Prep, our mission is to form men of competence, conscience, commitment, and compassion; men of faith, men for others.

As you explore your high school choices this year, we encourage you to visit our school and meet the Hoyas who make Georgetown Prep unlike any other school. Come experience the only Jesuit boarding school in the country and learn in a global classroom that will challenge and enliven your education. Enjoy the benefits of a small school where our students receive the personal attention necessary to thrive while having more opportunities to participate in sports and extracurricular activities. Our historic mission that has changed the world for the better for 229 years.


Hoya for a Day

Want to see what life is like as a Georgetown Prep student? The Hoya for a Day shadow visit gives future students the opportunity to experience the traditions, students, and faculty that make Georgetown Prep a unique academic community. Learn more about Hoya for a Day.

Mailing Address:
Georgetown Prep Admissions Office
10900 Rockville Pike
North Bethesda, MD 20852

The Admissions Office is located on the second floor of the William L. George, S.J., Center.

Main Admissions Phone:


Meet Our Team

Brett Graham

Director of Admissions

Phone: 301-214-1214

I’m a proud GP alum, former resident student from Indiana, class of 1992! It’s an honor to be back assisting the Admissions team to inspire young men to want to become a member of the Georgetown Prep family. We work our tails off here, we love one another, and we share many, many laughs together! When I’m off campus you’ll find me on my front porch listening to the Black Crowes (it’s a band) with my lovely wife and smiling daughter. We are a family that loves to explore the West with fly rods over our shoulders, curious to know where we are going to set up the tent for the night. “Dream Big and Dare to Fail” - Norman Vaughan

Rob Begin

Director of Financial Aid

Phone: 301-214-1219

I was born and raised in Princeton, NJ but have called the D.C. Metro area home since matriculating at Georgetown University in 2005, where I majored in English and played outfield for the baseball team. I have been employed in many different capacities at Prep since the moment I graduated from Georgetown, beginning as a baseball coach and dorm parent in 2009 (while still a Yankee fan at heart, I have also developed a dose of Natitude). I lived and coached at Prep for a year while I was a D.C. Teaching Fellow in D.C. Public Schools. I then found myself at Prep full-time not too long after, working in the Dean of Students Office and teaching English. I am now in my fifth year working in the Admissions Office while continuing to coach baseball and teach English and recently finishing a Masters from Johns Hopkins University. My favorite part of my job is beyond simple - the students, whether current or prospective. I relish the chance to meet a prospective student in 8th grade and then bear witness to his four years of growth at Prep. I love that I am encouraged and able to pursue my passions and hobbies here - literature and baseball - and be the lifelong learner I aspire to: Prep, and every other Jesuit institution, is marked by an extremely supportive and nurturing environment. HOYA SAXA!

Monica Allston

Assistant to the Dean of Admissions

Phone: 301-214-1215

Hoya for a Day

The Hoya for a Day shadow visit gives future day students the opportunity to experience the traditions, students, and faculty that make Georgetown Prep a unique academic community. Visits are open to 8th grade students and transfer students. Hoya for a Night visits are available for boarding applicants. Learn more about Hoya for a Day.