Access Matters

The truest reflection of our commitment to Ignatian values is our dedication to ensuring the excellent opportunity of a Prep education is available to all. Your support means that more impressive young men can enrich our community and benefit from the Prep experience, and that Prep can continue to be a warm, nurturing home for our young men during their formative years.

Access Matters

Prep is Home

Our facilities and our programs are not simply the features of our school; they are an expression and a reflection of our values. Our residential program is an integral part of our diverse and culturally-rich community. Dorms and communal areas are aging and lack the comforts of home, failing to provide the personal care that young people need. 

Prep is Home

The Heart of the Community

The world is becoming more globalized and less coherent. Instilling Ignatian values and the spirit of the magis feels more important than ever. When you become part of the For the Greater Glory campaign, you are strengthening Georgetown Prep's ability to impact our world by sending more men for and with others into it. 

The Heart of the Community

At Georgetown Prep, we are constantly investing in the Ignatian values that inspire our young men to become men of good faith and men in service to and with others. These values are more than just words written on the walls; everything about us - our facilities, our program, and our community - are reflections of the ideals that bind us. When you support the Greater Glory campaign, you demonstrate your commitment to the community that helped shape who you are - or who your son is - today.

Our Progress

Georgetown Prep instilled in you a commitment to service. To whom much is given, much is expected. As a man who understands the importance of giving back, you have the ability and the responsibility to support the community that made you who you are.  

Two-hundred and thirty years ago, John Carroll had the courage and imagination to build an Academy for young men on the edge of a town not far from the site of the capital for a fragile new nation.  Today we are asked to have that same courage, that same imagination, but now for students who will face a global future, a future that will ask all their savvy and all their commitment, a future that will badly need, in the words of St. Ignatius, people who will “set the world on fire.”  Together, we will build on our legacy and we will Set the World on fire.  

Construction Progress

Our Endowment

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