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  • Celebration of Excellence & Baccalaureate Awards

  • Class of 2020 Valedictorian and Salutatorian

    Seton Hall Prep is proud to announce Matthew Guarnuccio and Connor Cook as Valedictorian and Salutatorian, respectively, for the Class of 2020.

    "The Seton Hall Prep community has been enriched by the presence of these two fine Setonians, who have lived their well-rounded Prep experiences to the fullest, and who have exemplified the spirit of The Prep as men of service at school and in their local communities," stated President Msgr. Michael E. Kelly '57 and Headmaster, Mr. Michael G. Gallo '79. Dr. James Incardona, Assistant Headmaster for Academics, and Mrs. Lisa Sgaramella, Assistant Headmaster for Faculty added, "Matthew and Connor are models of character and academic achievement. The administration and faculty are proud of them, and are pleased to honor them for their immense accomplishments and dedication to scholarship."

    Matthew, a National Merit, AP, and Seton Scholar, will be attending the Mendoza College of Business at the University of Notre Dame where he plans on studying accounting and Global Affairs. The Westfield resident was the winner of the Vincent D. Purpura Scholarship Award as a junior (for selfless commitment and service to The Prep and his community), and was also the lead in the school musical as a junior and senior, an SHP Ambassador, a varsity athlete on both the cross country and tennis teams, band and music ministry member, and student coordinator for the annual Hunger Summit. He was also heavily involved in both his local parish and SHP campus ministry, serving as a Eucharistic Minister, religious education teacher, and Catholic Heart Workcamp participant.

    Connor, a SHP Ambassador and National Honors Society member, will be attending the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill this fall. In addition to the aforementioned involvement at school, Connor was also a football and lacrosse player, Knight of Setonia, volunteer for sandwich-making for St. John’s Soup Kitchen, and a member of the Wounded Warrior Project Club. In his local community, Connor assisted autistic children at Saturday’s in Motion, a program run out of the Somerset Hills YMCA, and has spearheaded bake sales and fundraisers through his local youth group at St Patrick's Parish in Chatham, his hometown.

    On Friday, May 29th, at the Celebration of Excellence, The Prep will continue to recognize the great accomplishments of the 2020 senior class and will announce awards recognizing exceptional character and achievement in areas of activities, athletics, arts, academics, service and more.
  • SHP President Msgr. Michael Kelly and Headmaster Michael Gallo draw the winning ticket in the Fathers Club Annual Car Raffle

    Fathers Club Raffle- Pulling the Winning Ticket

    On Saturday April 25, with the Fathers Club Treasure Auction having been cancelled due to the covid-19 health crisis, SHP President Msgr. Michael Kelly and a few members of the Prep and Fathers Club gathered (with appropriate social distancing) to fulfill the letter of the law by picking the winning raffle ticket in the drawing for a 2020 Audi Q3... 
  • Intermountain Healthcare Sends Response Teams to New York

    As Senior Vice President and Chief Development Officer of Intermountain Healthcare, David L. Flood '84, is a key part of the leadership team that just deployed two 50-member response teams this past week to battle Covid-19 at New York-Presbyterian Hospital and Northwell Health, from their headquarters in Utah.

    "I'm blessed and privileged to serve within the system's executive team that supports and applauds these impassioned nurses and doctors," David said. "These are the brave and dedicated volunteers who left their families during a pandemic to help others. The example of 'love thy neighbor' embodied by those caregivers and their supportive families at this challenging time is just incredible and inspirational to all of us."

    President Msgr. Michael E. Kelly '57 commented, "David has exemplified the spirit of The Prep by identifying how his company’s resources and expertise could help save lives and selflessly assist areas that are in critical need. We are proud to have alumni and Board members like David making such a positive impact in times like these.”

    David is a member of Seton Hall Prep’s Board of Trustees. After graduating from The Prep in 1984, he went on to receive both bachelor and master degrees from Seton Hall University, where he also serves on the Board of Regents. Early on his career, David served in the alumni offices at SHP and at SHU. Prior to his current role at Intermountain Healthcare, David held leadership roles in healthcare and education, most recently as president of the Meridian Health Affiliated Foundations in New Jersey.
  • Frosh and Seniors Head Out for a Day of Service

    Last Wednesday, while the sophomores and juniors concentrated on their PSAT and ACT exams, Prep seniors and freshmen spread out over the tri-county area for a day of service to organizations in the surrounding communities. The largest group, nearly 140 students, headed off to Hillside for a morning’s work, cleaning, sorting, prepping and packaging hundreds of boxes of food at the Community FoodBank for distribution to food pantries and local distribution areas in food-deprived areas of the state... 
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