Your investment in Georgetown Prep through The PREP Fund will help our faculty, staff, and administration promote our efforts for the greater glory of God and the well-being of our students and the world.
The PREP Fund, formerly the Annual Fund, is our most important philanthropic effort, enabling us to meet the full cost of a Prep education beyond what tuition revenues produce. Your support contributes to a more engaging curriculum, robust academic support, faculty development, and financial aid.
In 1789, John Carroll reached out to friends who appreciated the sacred work of education in the Catholic and Jesuit tradition. Today, we need the support of our community every bit as much. The generosity of alumni, parents, and friends of Prep allows us to continue offering the highest quality experience to the most qualified students. For these students, we continue to pursue the magis, a restless desire for excellence that has motivated and inspired the Prep community since our founding.
Thank you in advance for considering a gift to The PREP Fund. If you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call (301) 214-1266.
"I have been able to take advantage of almost everything that Prep has offered to me. I never expected to have this amazing opportunity. From the rigorous academics and amazing athletics, I feel well-prepared for college. I have met so many amazing people here and am loving my Prep experience."
— Junior student
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