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Posted Friday, Feb 5, 2016 12:00:00 AM

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 10:00:00 AM

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 1:23:00 PM

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 10:00:00 AM

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 11:47:00 AM


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 10:00:00 AM

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.

Posted Monday, Nov 9, 2015 10:00:00 AM

It’s time for the Grand Opening of our new Stadium Athletic Complex!

Everyone in the Austin Prep community – parents, students, families - alumni - is welcome to join us on Wednesday, November 25 as we celebrate this historic occasion before the Thanksgiving Football Game. The schedule is:

  • 4:30 pm: Reception in the MultiPurpose Facility
  • 6:00 pm: Blessing & Ribbon Cutting
  • 6:30 pm: Football Game Kickof

    Tickets will be needed to enter the stadium for the Ribbon Cutting and the Football Game. Ticket registration is now closed.

Posted Tuesday, Oct 6, 2015 10:00:00 AM
Our Igniting Hearts, Transforming Lives campaign has raised 75% of our first phase goal of $1 million to build an Athletic Stadium Complex.

"We are thankful to all those who have pledged their support to our campaign," Headmaster James Hickey, Ph.D. said. "This is an exciting time for Austin Prep and having the support of our alumni, parents and friends is essential to the school's future."

To learn more about the Athletic Stadium Complex and AP's Igniting Hearts, Transforming Lives campaign, click here.

Our campaign website provides detailed information about our campaign, our volunteers, ways to give and a 3D tour of the complex.

Please note: For more campaign news, please visit our Archive: campaignarchive.
Posted Wednesday, Sep 9, 2015 3:47:00 PM

Bleachers? Check. Lights? Check. Turf? Check!

The new turf on Fr. Seymour Field has been installed over the past week. It has been inspiring to watch, especially seeing the school logo placed on center field.

Watch the latest progress of our Athletic Stadium Complex through photos on the school's Flickr account (click here).

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

Posted Wednesday, Aug 12, 2015 8:22:00 AM

Excitement for our new athletic stadium complex continues. The Daily Times Chronicle of Reading has featured an update on our project.

The story was written by reporter and Austin Prep alumnus Mac Cerullo '08.

To read the story in the Chronicle, please click here

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

Posted Monday, Aug 10, 2015 2:25:00 PM

Brendan Sullivan '13 is traveling across the globe this summer as part of the Boston Sea Rovers’ Frank Scalli Annual Summer Internship. 

The Boston Sea Rovers is a not-for-profit organization that seeks to increase awareness and appreciation for marine wildlife. Brendan's internship has brought him to Newfoundland and the Artic. 

Brendan has his own blog, featured on the Boston Sea Rover website. Click here for the blog.

Read more about his internship and see photos here in the Wilmington Town Crier.

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


Posted Tuesday, Aug 4, 2015 1:52:00 PM

The U.S. national women's baseball team brought home a gold medal from this year's Pan American Games - and the team was managed by Austin Prep Director of Athletics Jonathan Pollard '97

This year, the games were held in Toronto, and the U.S. team won the gold medal last Sunday with an 11-3 victory over host Canada. 

This is not Pollard's first time managing the women's national team. Read more about the team and Pollard's role as the manager in the Lowell Sun newspaper: http://www.lowellsun.com/news/ci_28567915/dracuts-pollard-manages-secure-gold-usa.

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

Posted Friday, Jul 24, 2015 3:06:00 PM

Austin Prep Hall of Fame Inductee Thomas Fitzgerald '86, has been named Assistant General Manager of the New Jersey Devils hockey team.

Tom was a hockey standout while at Austin Prep, captaining the team in his senior year and helping Austin Prep capture the Division II State Hockey Championship in 1986.   

After college, Tom was drafted in the first round into the National Hockey League, where he played for 17 years - a total of 1097 games. He played for several franchises, including the Boston Bruins. 

After his NHL playing career, Tom joined the staff for the Pittsburgh Penguins franchise. In 2009, the year the Penguins won the Stanley Cup, Tom was an Assistant Coach.

To read more, please click here to be brought to the Devils website.   

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

 

Posted Friday, Jul 24, 2015 1:31:00 PM

Paige Christie '11 impressed the world last summer by being just one of a small group of people to swim the English Channel.

She continues to impress - Paige was named Smith College's NCAA Woman of the Year.

To read about her most recent honor, click here to go to Smith College's Annual Awards Banquet page.

To read about Paige's other extraordinary accomplishments as a swimmer and diver, click here.

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

Posted Friday, Jun 12, 2015 12:49:00 PM

Service was a word used frequently at Austin Preparatory School’s commencement exercises on June 6, as the 114
members of the class of 2015 were reminded that small acts of service can have as positive an impact on society as large ones. 

MBTA Patrol Sgt. Richard “Dic” Donohue Jr., the commencement speaker, said there are many options on how to answer the call to serve others – whether it be to serve your country, your community, or simply your neighbors and family. 

“Whatever you do, whichever way you choose to serve, make sure you stay positive in the challenging times, embrace all the good times, and seize the opportunity to make an impact on the world,” Sgt. Donohue said. 

Sgt. Donohue has been on both the giving and receiving end of service. He was critically injured in the April 2013 search for the Boston Marathon bombers. He is grateful not only to the other officers, emergency responders and medical professionals who helped save his life, but also to those who offered assistance in other ways. There were people who watched his 6-month old son so his wife could be with him in the hospital, people who mowed his lawn, brought the family groceries, and offered kind words and prayers. 

“The simplest acts of service are what showed me the best in humanity,” he said. “Being a good neighbor, a good family member, or a good friend is part of you living your life of service."

Everyday service was also part of the advice given by Austin Prep Headmaster James Hickey to the graduates. 

“St. Augustine said, ‘If you aspire to great things begin with the little ones. And it’s the little things on the journey that are paradoxically gigantic,’ ” Dr. Hickey of Andover said. “The success of living the Austin mission on the journey ahead is mainly about what you will do for others. How you will serve them. You know this. You have been taught this. It’s been imprinted on your hearts. You live this.” 

Valedictorian Matthew Bouchard of North Reading said each member of his class has a talent, gift or specialty, as well as an obligation to use it in service to others.

“We cannot sleep, wait and wish for something to happen – we must get up and act. It is far more rewarding to be an active hero who takes initiative rather than a passive bystander,” Matt said. “Know that the future is bright for the class of 2015 and that your skills will light the way.” 

Salutatorian Eric Chaykovsky of Tewksbury reflected that the class of 2015 is ready to continue serving others as the graduates begin the next part of their journey. 

“On paper, we appear an incongruous, incompatible group of individuals; but, in actuality, we are closer than even we ourselves realize,” Eric said. “We found that our class, when put to the test, worked together better than anyone could have ever imagined. Our diverse backgrounds made no difference as we easily consolidated our efforts and overcame any obstacle we faced.” 

Nearly all 114 graduates of the Reading school are going on to institutions of higher learning, receiving acceptances at more than 550 colleges and universities. 

The class of 2015 includes: 

Jonathan Arcari of North Reading will attend Endicott College. 

Natalie Arenas of Lawrence will attend the University of Massachusetts Amherst. 

McKayla Arnold of Saugus will attend Syracuse University. 

Muriel Baillie of Reading will attend Saint Anselm College. 

Maura Bancroft of Melrose will attend the University of St. Andrews (Scotland). She received the Medal for Business & Economics. In addition, she received a President’s Education Award.

Matthew Barletta of Medford will attend Quinnipiac University.

Julia Barry of Stoneham will attend Providence College. 

William Bohman of Danvers will attend Old Dominion University.

Matthew Bouchard of North Reading will attend Harvard University. He is the class 2015 valedictorian. He received the Cardinal Medeiros Medal for General Excellence, the Medal for Theology, the Medal for English, and the Medal for Latin, as well as a President’s Education Award. 

Sarah Boudreau of Medford will attend the University of New Hampshire Thompson School of Applied Science. 

Jake Burgholzer of North Reading will attend the Georgia Institute of Technology. He received the William J. Hickey Jr. Memorial Good Sportsmanship Award and the Charles & Helen McLaughlin Medal for Leadership & Determination to Excel. He also received the Barbara Zarella Memorial Scholarship for perfect attendance. In addition, he received the Medal for Mathematics and the Medal for Physical Science, as well as a President’s Education Award and the Student Athlete Award. 

Jason Busch of Reading will attend Endicott College. 

Maria Cafferty of Medford will attend Assumption College. 

Samantha Calias of Melrose will attend The Catholic University of America. She received a President’s Education Award. 

Jessica Cammarano of Arlington will attend Fairfield University. She received the Fred B. Cole Spirit Award. 

Gregory Capillo of Peabody is undecided in his college plans. 

Nicole Cappuccio of Saugus will attend Suffolk University. 

Christopher Caron of Tewksbury will attend the University of Connecticut. He received the Barbara Zarella Memorial Scholarship for perfect attendance. 

Carolyn Casper of Peabody will attend Fordham University. 

Aquilino Centrella of North Reading will attend Quinnipiac University. 

Eric Chaykovsky of Tewksbury will attend Brown University. He is the class of 2015 salutatorian. He received the Ross A. Alameddine ’05 Memorial Scholarship. In addition, he received the Medal for English and the Medal for Russian, as well as a President’s Education Award. 

Drew Ciccarelli of Saugus will attend Worcester Polytechnic Institute. He received the Medal for History. In addition, he received a President’s Education Award. 

Anthony Cieri of Saugus will go on to post-graduate study. 

Avalina Clemente of Reading will attend Merrimack College. 

Lauren Coccoluto of Wakefield will attend Providence College. 

Cassidy Cohan of Tewksbury will attend Stonehill College. 

Joseph Connolly of Wilmington will attend Stonehill College. 

Joseph Coughlin of Arlington will attend Providence College. He received a President’s Education Award. 

Trevor Cox of Lynnfield will attend Merrimack College. 

Emily Cross of Andover will attend Skidmore College. She received the John V. Aliberti ’70 Memorial Scholarship. 

Olivia Crowley of Melrose will attend the University of New Hampshire. 

Logan Curran of Wenham will attend the University of St. Andrews (Scotland). 

Caralyn Cyr of Tewksbury will attend the Stevens Institute of Technology. She received a President’s Education Award. 

Darina DeBenedictis of Melrose will attend the College of Charleston. 

Molly Delaney of Peabody will attend The University of New Hampshire Thompson School of Applied Science. 

Patrick Delaney of Burlington will attend Clarkson University.  

Michael DiSciullo of Danvers will attend Stonehill College. 

Kennedy Dow of Lynnfield will attend Bentley University. 

Scott Duarte of Tewksbury will attend the Wentworth Institute of Technology. 

Connor Duffy of Hampton, NH will attend Colorado State University. 

Giulia Ensing of Melrose will attend Stonehill College. 

Sabrina Fabiano of Wilmington will attend Salve Regina University. 

Julianna Fitzpatrick of Melrose will attend Boston University. 

Graison Freeman of Woburn will attend Texas Christian University. 

Juliann Galligani of Stoneham will attend Merrimack College. 

Darla Giugliano of Tewksbury is undecided in her college plans.

Kyra Guzzo of Melrose will attend Providence College. 

Meghan Hanlon of Reading will attend the College of the Holy Cross. 

Sean Hanlon of Reading will attend Saint Anselm College. 

Anushka Harlalka of Tewksbury will attend Clark University. 

Kyle Havey of North Reading will attend Worcester Polytechnic Institute. He received the Sportsmanship Award. 

Cameron Hill of Concord will attend Plymouth State University.  

Jessica Jacques of North Reading will attend the University of Maine. 

Amber Jarosz of Saugus will attend Endicott College. 

Kathleen Johnson of Reading will attend Stonehill College. 

Kevin Kiley of Woburn will attend Villanova University. He received a President’s Education Award. 

Jenna Laidley of Melrose will attend Colby College. She is the first recipient of the Rev. Dr. Joseph W. Wilkes III ’71 Medal for Unwavering Commitment to Austin Prep. She also received the Medal for Biological Science and the Medal for Spanish. In addition, she received a President’s Education Award. 

Christina Long of Wakefield will attend the University of New Hampshire Thompson School of Applied Science. 

Alexi Losano of Saugus will attend Endicott College. 

Andrew Lucy of Danvers will attend Worcester Polytechnic Institute. 

Molly MacGregor of Peabody will attend Quinnipiac University. She received a President’s Education Award. 

Ryan McDonough of Andover will attend the University of New Hampshire. 

Katharine McGovern of Stoneham will attend Stonehill College. 

Alexa Mikula of North Reading will attend Endicott College. 

Katherine Miller of Wakefield will attend Georgetown University. She received a President’s Education Award. 

Matthew Morgan of Billerica will attend Wheaton College. He received the All-Around Athlete Award. 

David Morley of Tewksbury will attend Union College. He received a President’s Education Award. 

Zachary Morris of Bedford will attend Bryant University. 

Robert Murphy of Billerica will attend the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth. 

Brendan O’Brien of Medford will attend Providence College. He received the Spirit of Service Award.

Patrick O’Connor of Reading will attend Syracuse University. 

Nancy O’Hearn of Melrose will attend Arizona State University. 

Daniel O’Toole of North Reading will attend Quinnipiac University. 

Robert Pagano of Lynnfield will attend the University of New Hampshire. 

Allison Paladino of Melrose will attend Simmons College. 

Vincent Patturelli of Stoneham will attend Siena College. 

Ian Perkins of Wilmington will attend Missouri University of Science and Technology. 

Alessandra Petrozza of North Andover will attend Assumption College. 

Alexandra Powers of Wakefield will attend St. Joseph’s College.

Shuruthe Raju of North Andover will attend Bentley University. 

Liyah Ramirez of Lawrence will attend Middlesex Community College – Lowell Campus. 

Rebecca Raphael of Methuen will attend Anna Maria College. 

Madison Ricci of Wilmington will attend Stevenson University. 

Jacey Richards of Wakefield will attend Boston University. She received a President’s Education Award. 

Elizabeth Rickley of Reading will attend Santa Clara University. She received the Medal for French. In addition, she received a President’s Education Award and the Student Athlete Award. 

Madison Rieumont of North Andover will attend the University of Tampa. 

Ryan Roche of Winchester will attend Elon University. 

Kethulli Rodrigues of Lynn will attend Macalester College. She received a President’s Education Award. 

Julia Roselli of Woburn will attend Providence College. 

Cameron Russo of Billerica will attend Salve Regina University. 

Julia Shea of Saugus will attend Providence College. 

Matthew Shea of Saugus will attend Bentley University.

Kevin Silk of Wakefield will attend the University of New Hampshire. 

John Smolak Jr. of North Andover will attend the University of St. Andrews (Scotland). He received the Charles L. Luciano Memorial Unsung Student Loyalty Award. 

Nicholas Sorabella of Stoneham will attend Bentley University. He received a President’s Education Award. 

Stratton Stilianos of Lynnfield will attend Roger Williams University. 

Megan Stone of Wilmington will attend Roger Williams University. She received the Middlesex County Bar Association Good Citizenship Award. 

Caroline Sullivan of Reading will attend the University of Vermont. She received the William J. Hickey Jr. Memorial Good Sportsmanship Award. 

Mary Margaret Sullivan of Andover will attend Pepperdine University. 

Sean Sullivan of North Reading will attend the University of Massachusetts Boston. 

Rachael Sverdlove of North Reading will attend Northeastern University. She received a President’s Education Award. 

Kevin Swansburg of North Reading will attend Providence College. 

Lexi Tamburello of Wilmington will attend the College of the Holy Cross. She received the Medal for Social Studies. In addition, she received a President’s Education Award. 

John Taveras of Tewksbury will attend Emerson College. 

Tuong Thai of Lawrence will attend Salem State University. 

Daniel Theriault of Stoneham will attend the Georgia Institute of Technology. He received a President’s Education Award. 

Sean Thomas of North Reading will attend Fairfield University. 

Victoria Thorpe of North Reading will attend Boston University. She received a President’s Education Award. 

Rachael Utegg of Tewksbury will attend Hartwick College. She received the All-Around Athlete Award. 

Scott Vinchesi of North Reading will attend Providence College. 

Ashley Weadick of Wilmington will attend the University of Rhode Island. 

Garrison White of Tewksbury will attend the University of Tampa. 

Casey Williams of Andover will attend the University of St. Andrews (Scotland).

Meagan Wolfe of Andover will attend Rollins College. 

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

Posted Tuesday, Jun 2, 2015 8:20:00 AM

Austin Preparatory School is very excited to celebrate the launch of Igniting Hearts, Transforming Lives – The Campaign
for Austin Prep, which will help the school to fulfill its long-term Strategic Initiatives. 

The Strategic Initiatives serve as a road map to providing a quality, accessible, Catholic college preparatory education to families.

The campaign launched on Thursday, May 28 at 6:00 pm at the school’s 101 Willow Street campus. The launch celebration featured longtime Boston Herald columnist Steve Buckley as the keynote speaker. Guests were able to view a 3D video rendering of the new stadium, narrated by retired faculty member David Gramling, and hear from General Campaign Chair Gary Ruping ’80 (Parent ’16, ’18). To read about it in The Boston Herald, click here. For photos of the event, click here for the school's Flickr account. 

The campaign will fulfill the school’s designated priorities in a phased approach. The first phase is construction of a new outdoor stadium complex. The goal for Phase 1 is $1 million, and more than $500,000 has already been pledged from donors, including trustees, alumni, current and past parents, and friends. 

The campaign is being led by Campaign General Chair Gary Ruping of Bedford, an alumnus from the class of 1980 and a parent of three current Austin Prep students. The Campaign Cabinet is comprised of numerous alumni and current parents. 

Construction of the new stadium began in January and is expected to be completed by September 1.   

The project includes installation of synthetic turf on Fr. Seymour Field, permanent lighting, a 400-meter track and accompanying infrastructure (shot put, discus, pole vault, high jump, long jump and triple jump), and replacing the original bleachers, which will now seat 1,100. The plans also call for grading the existing slope, creating green space and room for a new concession stand building, equipped with permanent restroom facilities. For the first time, there will be a fence surrounding the stadium. 

As a responsible and good neighbor in Reading, Austin Prep worked with the Conservation Commission to ensure the project protected the surrounding wetlands. The plans include 3,325 square feet of wetlands replication of indigenous species that abuts the stadium. 

The field and track are used for multiple sports, including football, soccer, outdoor track and field and lacrosse. The capital construction project represents a significant and vital upgrade to Austin Prep’s athletic facilities.  

The contractor is Austin Prep alumnus David Quirk, class of 1984, owner of Quirk Construction Corp. in Georgetown, which specializes in construction of athletic complexes at both the high school and college levels. Quirk Construction has completed track and field projects throughout New England.

 Subsequent phases of the campaign will focus on:

  • Student-centered enhancements to campus and physical space
  • Technology
  • Endowment
Posted Friday, May 15, 2015 4:00:00 PM

We look forward to seeing you on Monday, May 18 at the Austin Open Golf Tournament at Indian Ridge Country Club in Andover, MA.

Morning Flight check-in begins at 6:00 am with a 7:00 am shotgun start.

Afternoon Flight check-in begins at Noon with a 1:00 pm shotgun start.

The cocktail hour begins at 6:00 pm, followed by our Dinner and our Live Auction.

Posted Thursday, May 14, 2015 12:00:00 PM

We look forward to seeing you on Monday, May 18 at the Austin Open Golf Tournament at Indian Ridge Country Club in Andover, MA.

Morning Flight check-in begins at 6:00 am with a 7:00 am shotgun start.

Afternoon Flight check-in begins at Noon with a 1:00 pm shotgun start.

The cocktail hour begins at 6:00 pm, followed by our Dinner and our Live Auction.

Online registration is now closed. If you have not registered for the tournament or for dinner, but would like to attend, please contact Maureen Crowley, External Affairs Events Coordinator, at 781.944.4900 x836 to make arrangements. 

Posted Wednesday, May 6, 2015 11:05:00 AM

The renovation of our athletic complex is transforming the landscape of Austin Prep. Visitors to 101 Willow Street are impressed by the progress, and word is spreading. Our project was featured in the Boston Herald on Saturday, May 2, 2015. Click here to read the story.

We hope you enjoy the most recent video update of the construction project. The video was assembled by students and staff in our Technology Department. Background percussion was performed by Austin Prep students Sean Burke '17, Cory Kinchla '17 (the drummer), Bradford Barker '17, and Alexander Gilmore '17.  The video and music were recorded collaboratively in our Arts Wing after school last week. 

We encourge you to share our progress with friends and family.

For more details about our project, click here.

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

Posted Monday, May 4, 2015 9:15:00 AM

It's not to late to sign up for the 28th Annual Austin Open Golf Tournament!

This year's event is Monday, May 18 at Indian Ridge Country Club in Andover, MA. 

The tournament is an annual favorite with parents and alumni, and serves as the school's largest fundraiser of the year. Proceeds from the 2015 tournament will go toward enhancing our performing and visual arts programs.

Not a golfer? Please join us for dinner and our auctions. Click here to be brought to our tournament pages for more information and photos from last year's event.

101 Willow Street  •  Reading, MA 01867
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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