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List of 5 news stories.

  • Class of 2024: Baccalaureate Mass & Commencement Ceremony

    Seton Hall Prep honored its Class of 2024 with the traditional Baccalaureate Mass and Awards Ceremony at the Cathedral Basilica of the Sacred Heart followed by the school's 164th Commencement Exercises at Seton Hall University. Prior to graduation weekend, seniors were also honored prior to their final day of classes at the Celebration of Excellence assembly in early May.
  • Honoring Faculty Retirees & 25 Years of Service

    Seton Hall Prep honored seven retirees and four current faculty members for achieving the milestone of 25 Years of Service to The Prep at the Celebration of Excellence last Friday.  Retiring following the 2023-2024 academic year are Mr. Albert Calcagno, Mr. Don Coleman, Mrs. Judy Gunn, Dr. Jim Incardona, Mrs. Marian Mulvihill, Mrs. Sharon Rondinella, and Fr. Jim White. Faculty members who reached the milestone of 25 Years of Service are Dr. Mark Connolly, Mr. John Henrikson, Mr. Billy Ward, and Mr. Michael T. Zinsmeister.
  • Robotics Team Qualifies for FMA District Championships

    The Robotics Team has been hard at work building and competing with their robot dubbed “The Shanty” in this year’s First Robotics Competition. With only ten weeks to build the robot from scratch, the team jumped into action to build the 100 lb machine that would complete the tasks in this year’s game. The students worked through all parts of the process: design, prototyping, fabrication, wiring, testing, coding, drive practice, and strategy.
     
     
  • SHP Alumnus Msgr. Joseph R. Reilly ’83 Named University President

    Seton Hall Prep alumnus Monsignor Joseph R. Reilly, S.T.L., Ph.D., Class of 1983, was appointed as Seton Hall University's 22nd President. After Monsignor Reilly graduated Seton Hall Prep he continued on to attend the University and earned his bachelor’s degree in psychology in 1987. He was later ordained a priest for the Archdiocese of Newark in 1991. He served us at The Prep as a Theology Teacher, Director of Campus Ministry, and Chaplain from 1995-2002, upon which he returned to Seton Hall University as Rector of the College Seminary at St. Andrew’s Hall.
     
  • Leading Off Ch.49 in the Archives... Seton Hall University's New President

    Chapter 49's entries take us back through the last nine decades. Returning visitors and visitors wanting to catch up can jump right in here, or new arrivals can learn about the entire web-archives project here.
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