At inaugural Founder’s Day, Georgetown Prep celebrates new buildings, facilities, and endowment
Georgetown Preparatory School celebrated its first Founder’s Day Eve on Jan. 5 with a Mass, hors d’oeuvres, and student-fronted bands. Georgetown Prep, located in North Bethesda, Maryland is a Jesuit, all-boys, college-preparatory boarding school that was founded in 1789 by Baltimore Archbishop John Carroll, who that year was named the first bishop in the United States.
The event also served as a dedication for the newly erected Campus Center and Residence Hall for the boarding program, as well as the end of the school’s legacy campaign “For the Greater Glory.”
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