Why I Support

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. 

Lisa Gottshall
  • Past Parent, Trustee

Georgetown Prep is the most welcoming and amazing community a parent could wish for their sons. It has not only educated our sons Spencer and Ryan, but also taught them faith, brotherhood and Jesuit values.

Gregory Dyson
  • Class of 1976, Former Trustee

For more than 50 years, Georgetown Prep has been part of the Dyson family. I have the unique experience as a student, alumnus, parent, Board member and chair to witness the development of men of courage, compassion and competence. Today I see Prep across the globe in business, government, religious life and philanthropy in service to others, truly in the spirit of St. Ignatius. This is my call to give and play it forward in the classroom, on the athletic fields, in the arts and in the community.

Reed Clark
  • Class of 1947

Georgetown Prep taught me how to think and how to keep trying until I got it right. The Jesuit ideals and philosophies molded me in profound ways. The whole experience at Prep changed my life and I have spent the rest of my time on earth trying to give back to the school that I love.

Juan Jaysingh
  • Class of 2000

Georgetown Prep teaches the mindset that with hard work, dedication, discipline, and devotion anything is possible in this world. This outlook gives every Prep student the opportunity to dream big and make a positive impact in our world.

Coach Jim Fegan
  • Former Coach, Past Parent, Grandparent

The easiest way for me to describe Georgetown Prep is happiness. The school has given my family and me all the opportunities in the world to do the things I have always wanted to do. Georgetown Prep is home.

Andrew Phillips
  • Class of 2006

Many of my fondest memories took place on campus, and the faculty and staff internalized the foundations of a lifelong commitment to learning. But it's the Jesuit method of cura personalis for which I'm the most grateful.