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Posted Thursday, Apr 6, 2017 

 

Join us as we celebrate the 30th Anniversary of the Austin Open Golf Tournament!

This annual event is an important fundraiser for the school. Proceeds from past tournaments have enabled the school to update the science labs, refurbish the tennis courts, renovate the nurse’s office and create a Robotics Lab to expand our technology curriculum. The proceeds from this year's tournament will support a transformation of the David Nelson '81 Weight Room into the David Nelson '81 Fitness Center. This renovation will assist all members of the Austin Prep school community in achieving their personal health and wellness goals.

If you can’t join us for golf, consider joining us for the evening dinner and live and silent auctions. Dinner-only tickets are $50 and a great way to meet other Austin Prep parents.

Questions may be directed to Ms. Susan Belanger, Assistant Headmaster for External Affairs, at 781.944.4900 x817 or sbelanger@austinprep.org.

Click the button to register for golf or dinner, and for more information.

AUSTIN OPEN GOLF TOURNAMENT

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Posted Monday, Mar 6, 2017 

Alumni Networking Reception - Manchester, NH

 

Join fellow alumni for a reception in Manchester, NH hosted by Dr. James Hickey, Headmaster. Here are the details:

Wednesday, March 29, 2017

6:30-8:30 pm
Saint Anselm College
Davison Hall
President's Dining Room
100 Saint Anselm College
Manchester, NH 

Click here to RSVP. Questions to Cara Kennedy, Coordinator of Alumni Engagement, at cakennedy@austinprep.org.

Please note: For more news, please visit our Archive: www.austinprep.org/newsarchive.

Posted Wednesday, Feb 15, 2017 

Alumni Networking Reception - Washington, DC

 

Join fellow alumni for a reception in Washington, DC hosted by Mark MacDougall '74, AKIN GUMP STRAUSS HAUER & FELD LLP, and Dr. James Hickey, Headmaster.

Tuesday, February 28, 2017

5:30-7:30 pm
Robert S. Strauss Building
1333 New Hampshire Avenue, N.W.
Washington, DC 

Questions to Cara Kennedy, Coordinator of Alumni Engagement, at cakennedy@austinprep.org.
RSVP - ALUMNI NETWORKING WASHINGTON, DC

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Posted Tuesday, Feb 14, 2017 

Break out your golf spikes and round up your clubs. It’s almost time for the Annual Austin Open Golf Tournament!

This year we are celebrating a special milestone - the 30th Anniversary of the Austin Golf Open. During the past three decades, proceeds from the event have helped the school make vital improvements and upgrades - from renovating science labs to refurbishing the tennis courts to supporting the Annual Fund - with each and every student enjoying the benefits. We are grateful to the generations of parents, alumni and friends who have helped make the tournament a success.

Proceeds from this year’s event will support a transformation of the David Nelson '81 Weight Room into the David Nelson '81 Fitness Center. This renovation will assist all members of the Austin Prep school community in achieving their personal health and wellness goals.

The tournament is Monday May 22nd at Indian Ridge Country Club in Andover, MA and registration is now open. Register before Monday, April 24 and save.

Sponsorship opportunities are also available. For more information and to register, click the button. 

30TH ANNUAL AUSTIN OPEN GOLF TOURNAMENT


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Posted Monday, Jan 16, 2017 

FEBRUARY 9, 2017

EVENT DETAILS

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Posted Wednesday, Jan 4, 2017 

Merrimack College in North Andover - with whom we share our Augustinian heritage - surprised our students by personally delivering their college acceptances. All 11 of our seniors that applied early action were accepted to Merrimack. Congratulations to Zachary Beeley, Amanda Bransfield, Kevin Callahan, Sean Conroy, Alexis Lanning, Elizabeth LoCoco, Jared Perrone, Katharine Plante, David Richard, Gianna Thibeault, and Ryan Winn.

Delivering the good news from Merrimack were Mr. Darren Conine, Associate Vice President for Admission, Ms. Rachel Tampone, Assistant Director of Admission, and Ms. Jessica Dumais, Assistant Director of Admission, along with two student ambassadors. 

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Posted Saturday, Dec 17, 2016 

Cougar fans - this one is for you!

Your support of our athletic teams over the past year has earned our Varsity Boys Basketball Team an invitation to the Hoop Mountain Good Sports Invitational on Sunday, January 8, 2017 at the TDGarden in Boston.

Our Austin Prep Cougars will take on the Lowell Catholic Crusaders in a Catholic Central League game at 8:00 am (doors open at 7:00 am).

BONUS PLAY! During halftime, our Varsity Girls Basketball Team will scrimmage against the Varsity Girls from Lowell Catholic. 

Tickets are $20 each ($18 plus a $2 processing fee) and limited, so get yours now. Ticket sales are online only. 

Once purchased, tickets may be picked up in the Main Office Monday through Friday from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm. Questions to Ms. Jocelyn O'Sullivan at 781.944.4900 x811 or josullivan@austinprep.org.

TICKETS

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Posted Wednesday, Sep 21, 2016 

 

His Eminence Seán Cardinal O’Malley, Archbishop of Boston, visited Austin Prep for the first time on September 21, 2016. 

The Cardinal celebrated a Mass of Thanksgiving with students, parents, alumni and faculty/staff. He also blessed Meelia Hall, formerly called the MultiPurpose Facility. Meelia Hall is named in honor of alumnus Richard J. Meelia ’67, who attended the event with his family.

After the event, Cardinal O'Malley and Mr. Meelia met with some students during a small reception.

Posted Thursday, Jul 7, 2016 

Our alumni continue to make headlines and impress.

Click below to read an article in The Lowell Sun on two of our most recent alumni, Emma Tilley '16 and Victoria McDermott '16. 

Austin Prep's top grads credit school with laying foundation.

Posted Wednesday, Jul 6, 2016 

Congratulations to Paige Christie '11, the youngest person to ever complete the 8 Bridges Hudson River swim, the longest marathon swim in the world!

Read more about her record-breaking accomplishment below in an Eagle-Tribune article written by Austin Prep alumnus Mac Cerullo '08.

Christie becomes youngest to ever complete world's longest marathon swim.

Posted Wednesday, Jun 22, 2016 

Congratulations to Kate Marshall '09, who received the Eastern Massachusetts New Vocational Technical Teacher of the Year award! 

Kate teaches English at Shawsheen Valley Technical High School. She was recognized by the Massachusetts Vocational Association as a teacher who "exemplifies excellence in teaching in the vocational high school setting," according to a quote in the Lowell Sun newspaper. To read the story, click here.

Posted Friday, Jun 10, 2016 


Emma Tilley of Billerica did something different for her valedictory remarks at the Austin Preparatory School class of 2016 graduation on Saturday, June 4. 

She asked her 140 classmates to contribute their words of wisdom in the form of memories or advice, and presented the “Commencement Speech of the Class of 2016.” The remarks were a gift to family members and teachers – a reflection of everything the graduates have learned so far along their journey. 

 “College is a place full of new people and experiences, but make sure you stay true to yourself because you can change the world,” Emma said. “There’s nothing cooler than being passionate about something and owning it … 100 percent of the time, passion is so much better than not caring.” 

Keynote speaker Joseph Sciacca Jr., of Haverhill, editor-in-chief of the Boston Herald, said two challenges lay ahead for the class of 2016: leadership and service. 

“Leadership without service is empty,” he said. “Consider what it means to lead … be confident enough to be the force for change.” 

Sciacca is a graduate of Austin Prep class of 1975, and a past parent from the class of 2013. He also sits on the school’s Board of Trustees. 

The class of 2016 commencement also marked an important milestone for the Reading school – five members from the first graduating class of 1966 were on hand to celebrate their 50-year reunion – the school’s first. 

Salutatorian Victoria McDermott of Wilmington recalled many of the things the class accomplished that seemed impossible only a short time ago. New adventures lay ahead. 

“After all the lessons we have learned at Austin Prep, I am certain we will all become very successful at our new schools and in our new lives,” Victoria said. “I can’t wait to hear about all the amazing things you all do in college and beyond.”

The class of 2016 includes: 

Gabriela Acevedo of Lawrence will attend the University of Massachusetts Lowell in the fall. 

Jessica Andrews of Lynn received the Medal for Biological Science and the Medal for Business & Economics. She will attend the University of Pennsylvania in the fall. 

Christopher Applegate of North Andover will attend Villanova University in the fall. 

Julie Barthelmess of Danvers will attend Quinnipiac University in the fall. 

Sophia Basile of Revere will attend Emerson College in the fall.

 Nicole Bautista of Lawrence will attend Curry College in the fall. 

Peter Blake of Stoneham will attend Stonehill College in the fall. 

Meghan Bodette of Andover received the Rev. Dr. Joseph W. Wilkes III ’71 Medal, the Medal for History, and the Medal for Spanish. She will attend Georgetown University in the fall. 

Carter Bomengen of Georgetown will attend Roger Williams University in the fall. 

Taylor Bosco of Burlington received the Medal for French. She will attend Boston University in the fall. 

Krystle Reine Boyajian of Winthrop will attend Boston University in the fall. 

Abigail Boyle of Stoneham will attend Stonehill College in the fall. 

Patrick Boyle of Stoneham will attend Xavier University in the fall. 

Meghan Braciska of Tewksbury received the William J. Hickey Jr. Memorial Award for Good Sportsmanship. She will attend Northeastern University in the fall. 

Matthew Brems of Tewksbury will attend Becker College in the fall. 

Sydney Brennan of Wilmington will attend American University in the fall. 

Christina Brzezenski of Reading will attend Northeastern University in the fall. 

Emily Burke of Reading will attend Endicott College in the fall. 

Caitlyn Burns of Billerica received the Medal for Russian. She will attend Emerson College in the fall. 

Matthew Cannata of Peabody will attend Worcester Polytechnic Institute in the fall. 

Brendan Carey of Stoneham will attend the University of Massachusetts Amherst in the fall. 

Andrew Carman of Tewksbury will attend Quinnipiac University in the fall. 

Brendan Carpenter of North Reading received the William J. Hickey Jr. Memorial Award for Good Sportsmanship. He will attend Endicott College in the fall. 

Regan Carriere of Peabody will attend the University of New Hampshire Durham in the fall. 

Yoonjung Cha of Wilmington will attend the University of Rochester in the fall. 

Aryana Charles of Everett will attend Curry College in the fall. 

Caroline Chase of North Reading will attend Endicott College in the fall. 

Matthew Clark of Burlington will attend Worcester Polytechnic Institute in the fall. 

Caroline Collins of North Reading will attend the University of Massachusetts Amherst in the fall. 

Devin Conroy of Reading will attend the University of Maine. 

Jaimee Cooke of Pelham, NH will attend St. Lawrence University in the fall. 

Emily Crones of Stoneham will attend Colorado State University in the fall. 

Kara Cronin of Melrose will attend Suffolk University in the fall. 

Kylie Currier of Middleton will attend Salem State University in the fall. 

Lindsey D’Addario of North Andover will attend the Douglas Education Center in the fall. 

Andrew DeRoche of North Reading will attend Trinity College in the fall. 

Anna DiFranco of Melrose will attend the University of Maine in the fall. 

Americo DiFronzo of Tewksbury will attend Quinnipiac University in the fall. 

Jarmel Dumond of Saugus will attend Curry College in the fall. 

Brendan Dutton of Andover will attend Champlain College in the fall. 

Alexandra Farina of Middleton will attend Cornell University in the fall. 

Hannah Farley of Lowell will attend American University in the fall. 

Lindsay Farrell of Wilmington will attend Providence College in the fall. 

Erin Fennessy of Rockport will attend Quinnipiac University in the fall. 

Catherine Flagg of Methuen will attend the University of New England in the fall. 

Dylan Freeman of Chelmsford will attend the Massachusetts College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences in the fall. 

Christopher Gagnon of Stoneham will attend Northeastern University in the fall.

 Cameron Gast of Reading will attend Roger Williams University. 

Andrew Gerety of Melrose received the Medal for French and the Ross A. Alameddine ’05 Memorial Scholarship. He will attend the College of the Holy Cross in the fall. 

Alexander Gianelli of South Hamilton will attend the University of Denver. 

Peter Giangrande of Andover will attend Stonehill College in the fall. 

Jillian Gilbride of Beverly will attend Quinnipiac University in the fall.

Alejandro Gonzalez of Lawrence will attend Anna Maria College in the fall. 

Carly Gouveia of North Reading will attend Lynn University in the fall. 

Gianna Gravalese of Saugus will attend Chapman University in the fall. 

Patrick Hickey of Melrose will attend Quinnipiac University in the fall. 

Kerrin Hogan of Lynn will attend Bentley University in the fall. 

Jiaying Huang of Reading will attend Villanova University in the fall. 

Callie Intonti of Peabody received the Barbara Zarella Memorial Scholarship for Perfect Attendance. She will attend the University of New England in the fall. 

Maura Intonti of Peabody will attend Southern New Hampshire University. 

Lauren Kass of Peabody will attend North Carolina State University in the fall. 

Caitlin Kennedy of Wakefield will attend Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in the fall. 

Kathleen Kiley of Woburn will attend Villanova University in the fall. 

Sarah Klucznik of Wilmington will attend Villanova University in the fall. 

Jennifer Kruh of Reading received the Charles L. Luciano Memorial Award for Unsung Student Loyalty. She will attend the University of Massachusetts Boston. 

Brianna Kucker of Danvers will attend Bentley University in the fall. 

Michael Laboy of Lawrence will attend Merrimack College in the fall. 

Teresa Leahy of Stoneham will attend the Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts in the fall. 

Renee Leavitt of Woburn will attend Assumption College in the fall. 

Alexis LeBlanc of Peabody will attend Westfield State University in the fall. 

Yu Jeong Mary Lee of Boston will attend the Massachusetts College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences in the fall. 

Matthew Liberacki of Saugus received the Medal for Theology and the Barbara Zarella Memorial Scholarship for Perfect Attendance. He will attend Worcester Polytechnic Institute in the fall. 

Olivia Lloyd of Melrose will attend the College of the Holy Cross in the fall. 

Kerry Lordan of Reading will attend the University of Tampa. 

Patrick Lundy of North Reading will attend Northfield Mount Hermon School in the fall. 

Abigail Lynch of Melrose will attend Fairfield University in the fall. 

Casey Mahoney of Stoneham will attend Bentley University in the fall. 

John Mannion of North Reading will attend the College of the Holy Cross in the fall. 

Joseph Manzi of Stoneham will attend the University of Maine in the fall. 

Anne Mawn of Tewksbury will attend Suffolk University in the fall. 

Caroline McCadden of Reading will attend Northeastern University in the fall. 

Aidan McCarthy of Lexington will attend the United States Military Academy at West Point. 

Christopher McCarthy of Andover will attend Quinnipiac University in the fall. 

Grace McCarthy of Wakefield will attend Loyola University Maryland in the fall. 

Victoria McDermott of Wilmington is the class of 2016 salutatorian. She received the Medal for Social Studies, the Medal for Latin, and the Barbara Zarella Memorial Scholarship for Perfect Attendance. Victoria will attend the Franklin W. Olin College of Engineering in the fall. 

Paul McGeehan of Winchester will attend Wheaton College in the fall.   

Kathleen McHugh of Billerica will attend Providence College in the fall. 

Jake McKenelley of Middleton will play juniors hockey next year. 

Shannon McKie of Billerica will attend Hamilton College in the fall. 

Christina McLellan of Medford will attend Saint Anselm College in the fall. 

Devyn McPartlin of Billerica will attend Elon University in the fall. 

Isabelle Miller of Melrose will attend Wagner College in the fall. 

Daniel Monagle of Arlington received the Charles & Helen McLaughlin Medal for Leadership & Determination to Excel (Austin Prep’s highest award). He will attend the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in the fall. 

Emily Morris of Wilmington will attend the University of New Hampshire Durham in the fall. 

Margaux Munick of West Newbury will attend Johnson & Wales University in the fall. 

Brenna Murphy of Stoneham will attend Fairfield University in the fall. 

Courtney Murphy of Wilmington will attend Endicott College in the fall. 

Christian Nadeau of North Reading will attend Boston College in the fall. 

Thao Nguyen of Billerica will attend Western New England University in the fall. 

Austin Nichols of Dracut will attend Bentley University in the fall. 

Michael Nigro of Saugus will attend Roger Williams University in the fall.  

Irina Noonan of Andover will attend Ithaca College in the fall. 

Emily O’Connor of Reading will attend Providence College in the fall. 

James O’Connor of Saugus will attend Endicott College in the fall. 

Frank Pagano of Lynnfield will attend Bentley University in the fall. 

Benjamin Pantazi of Rowley will attend Merrimack College in the fall. 

Bailey Patterson of Boxford will attend Roanoke College in the fall. 

Irina Pfeifer of Reading will attend Quinnipiac University in the fall. 

Nino Pingaro of Middleton will attend Merrimack College in the fall.

Evan Poe of Medford will attend Sarah Lawrence College in the fall. 

Vincent Ragucci of North Reading will attend Merrimack College in the fall. 

Emily Rakers of Wilmington will attend the University of Connecticut in the fall. 

Nicholas Rajaratnam of Reading will attend Quinnipiac University in the fall. 

Timothy Rascher of Wakefield will attend Roger Williams University in the fall. 

Elizabeth Raymond of North Andover will attend Clarkson University in the fall. 

Michael Reddy of Andover will attend Merrimack College in the fall. 

Jake Reid of North Andover will attend Johnson & Wales University in the fall. 

Alison Richmond of Andover will attend Endicott College in the fall. 

Max Rieumont of North Andover will attend the University of Tampa in the fall. 

Alison Rivotto of North Reading will attend Fairfield University in the fall. 

Kaitlyn Roberts of Billerica will attend Quinnipiac University in the fall. 

Nicole Rosania of Wilmington will attend Fairfield University in the fall. 

Chandler Ruping of Burlington will attend Merrimack College in the fall. 

Margaret Sandorse of Wakefield will attend Loyola University Maryland in the fall. 

Tianni Song of Melrose will attend St. Joseph’s University in the fall. 

Cassandra Souza of Saugus will attend Assumption College in the fall. 

Emily Sullivan of North Reading will attend the University of New Hampshire Durham in the fall. 

Lena Syed of North Reading will attend Simmons College in the fall. 

Liana Tamagna of Methuen will attend the University of Tampa. 

Adrianna Tanner of Peabody will attend Loyola University Chicago in the fall. 

Nathaniel Taylor of Peabody received the Barbara Zarella Memorial Scholarship for Perfect Attendance. He will attend Bryant University. 

Emma Tilley of Billerica is the class of 2016 valedictorian and a National Merit Scholar. She received the Cardinal Medeiros Medal for General Excellence, the Medal for English, and the Medal for Spanish. Emma will attend Brown University in the fall. 

Emily Tina of Lynn will attend Elon University in the fall. 

Ryan Tobin of Wakefield will attend Syracuse University in the fall. 

Milena Tobio of Billerica will attend Florida State University in the fall. 

Katherine Ventola of Lynnfield will attend Assumption College in the fall. 

Alyssa Williams of Winchester will attend the University of Pittsburgh in the fall.

Lauren Winnie of North Reading will attend Fairfield University in the fall. 

Luke Wyman of Arlington will attend St. Bonaventure University in the fall. 

Olivia Zdrojewski of North Andover received the Barbara Zarella Memorial Scholarship for Perfect Attendance. She will attend Boston College in the fall. 

Junhong Zhang of Reading received the Medal for Mathematics and the Medal for Physical Science. He will attend Worcester Polytechnic Institute in the fall.

Please note: For more news, please visit our Archive: www.austinprep.org/newsarchive. 

Posted Tuesday, Apr 12, 2016 

All hockey alumni are invited to take part on our men's and women's alumni hockey games scheduled for Saturday, April 30.

The men's hockey game, the Charity Challenge, is scheduled for 2:00 to 3:20 pm at Merrimack College (Gallant Arena) in North Andover, MA. Proceeds from this annual event benefit the David E. Nelson '81 Memorial Scholarship and the George "Matt" Miller Memorial Scholarship. Click here to register or donate to the men's game. 

New this year, the women's game is scheduled for 3:30 to 5:00 pm at Merrimack College (Gallant Arena) in North Andover, MA. Proceeds from this event benefit the Kristen M. Corbett '08 Memorial Scholarship. Click here to register or donate to the women's game.

We hope to see you on April 30!

Posted Friday, Mar 4, 2016 
Join fellow alumni for a reception in Boston hosted by Joe Sciacca '75 and Dr. James Hickey, Headmaster
THURSDAY, MARCH 10, 2016
5:30-6:30 pm 
Get an inside look at The Boston Herald with a behind the scenes tour from
Editor-in-Chief Joe Sciacca '75 (alumni of all ages are welcome)
70 Fargo Street
Boston, MA 02210

6:30-8:00 pm 
Mix, mingle and network with fellow Austin alumni!
Complimentary beer, wine, and hors d'oeuvres (alumni must be 21+) 
MJ O'Connor's
425 Summer Street 
Boston, MA 02110
Last-minute questions to Cara Kennedy, Coordinator of Alumni Engagement, at cakennedy@austinprep.org.

Please note: For more alumni news, visit our alumni news archive: www.austinprep.org/alumninews.
Posted Friday, Feb 5, 2016 

There are two networking opportunities in California to connect with fellow alumni!

San Diego, CA
Thursday, February 18, 2016 at 6:00 pm
Hosted by Dr. James Hickey, Headmaster, and Sean Farrell ’73
Dinner at La Gran Terraza at the University of San Diego
5998 Alcala Park
followed by attendance at the USD Men’s Basketball Team vs. Brigham Young University at 8:00 pm 

San Francisco, CA
Tuesday, February 23, 2016 at 6:00 pm
Hosted by Dr. James Hickey
Dinner at OneUP located at the Grand Hyatt
345 Stockton Street 

Please RSVP by Friday, February 12, 2016. Click here to register for any of these events

If you would like to host an alumni networking event, or if you have questions about an upcoming event, contact Cara Kennedy, Coordinator of Alumni Engagement, at 781.944.4900 x839.

Posted Monday, Jan 18, 2016 

Join fellow alumni for a reception in New York City hosted by Dr. James Hickey, Headmaster.

Thursday, February 4, 2016
6:00 pm
Stout NYC (at Madison Square Garden)
133 West 33rd Street (between 6th and 7th Avenues)
New York City, New York

Light appetizers, beer & wine will be provided.

RSVP by Thursday, January 28, 2016 by clicking here.

Questions to Cara Kennedy, Coordinator of Alumni Engagement, at 781.944.4900 x839.

Please note: For more alumni news, please visit our Alumni News Archive: www.austinprep.org/alumninews.


Posted Tuesday, Dec 22, 2015 

Headmaster James Hickey invites you to join him and fellow alumni for a reception in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida on January 21, 2016.

Click here for more details.

Please note: For more alumni news, please visit our Alumni News Archive: www.austinprep.org/alumninews.

Posted Tuesday, Dec 15, 2015 

Congratulations to Jaclyn Dickerson ’12, who was honored by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America. She was named a Third Team Division III All-New England selection. She attends college at the University of New England.

Read about it in The Eagle-Tribune newspaper by clicking here

Please note: For more alumni news, please visit our alumni news archive: www.austinprep.org/alumninews.

 

Posted Monday, Nov 30, 2015 


More than 1,600 people turned out to help us celebrate the opening of our new $3.7 million stadium athletic complex on November 25, before the Annual Thanksgiving Football Game against Lynn Vocational Technical Institute. 

The crowd included current families, alumni and their families, faculty and staff, members of the Board of Trustees, school administrators, town officials and friends of the school. Attendees could barely contain their excitement as former Board Chairman Anthony J. Pimentel P'99, '01 cut the ceremonial ribbon before the start of the game. 

“This field has been a central gathering place for the Austin Prep community for more than 50 years,” said Headmaster James Hickey, Ph.D. “Fr. Seymour Field is a focal point of our community.  And it should be.  We have much to celebrate and much to be thankful for.” 

The stadium boasts synthetic turf, permanent lighting, a 400-meter track and accompanying infrastructure (shot put, discus, pole vault, high jump, long jump and triple jump), and bleacher seating for 1,100. There is a concession stand building equipped with permanent restroom facilities and a green space area. For the first time, there is a fence surrounding the stadium. 

On behalf of Austin Prep’s 710 students, Student Council Secretary Emily O’Connor '16 thanked everyone who contributed to making the new stadium a reality. 

“Your investment in Austin Prep students and the athletic program is appreciated more than words can describe,” she said. “This stadium will be home to many Austin Prep athletes, both male and female, and we all reap the benefit and share in the pride of this state-of-the-art stadium being our home.” 

The Austin Prep Cougars defeated the Lynn Tech Tigers 41-26. Guest commentator for the game was Steve Buckley of the Boston Herald.

Several media organizations covered the event, including the Reading Daily Times Chronicle, who sent Austin Prep alumnus Mac Cerullo '08 to write the story. Click here for the story in the Chronicle.

Boston Herald reporter Bob Albright also wrote an article and featured photos. Click here for the story in the Herald

Posted Wednesday, Nov 18, 2015 

Headmaster James Hickey, Ph.D., is back on the road! 

The Alumni Networking Receptions Across the Country earlier this year were a great success. Beginning in January 2016, Dr. Hickey will once again travel across the country to meet with alumni. Join your fellow alumni at a reception near you.

  • January 21, 2016: Ft. Lauderdale, FL
  • February 4, 2016: New York, NY
  • February 18, 2016: San Diego, CA
  • February 23, 2016: San Francisco, CA
  • March 10, 2016: Boston, MA

For more information, contact Cara Kennedy, Coordinator of Alumni Engagement, at cakennedy@austinprep.org or 791.944.4900 x839.

For more alumni news, please visit our alumni news archive: www.austinprep.org/alumninews.

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Phone: (781) 944 - 4900  •  Fax: (781) 944 - 7530

Austin Preparatory School is a Catholic private school in Reading, MA for Middle School and High School students in grades 6-12. We seek to cultivate the hearts and minds of our young students and provide an environment in which our students can successfully learn, grow, and develop beyond the classroom.

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