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Campaign for good

Invest in their potential. They'll change the world.

At St. John's Prep, we believe nothing is more important than educating the whole person—unleashing the full potential in all of our students. Thanks to generosity of the entire St. John's Prep community, we surpassed our Campaign for GOOD goal of $45 million raising almost $50 million to transform the student experience. During the time of the Campaign for GOOD, we witnessed the successful opening of the Prep's Middle School, providing a new experience for boys in grades 6, 7 and 8. The Br. Edward Keefe., C.F.X. Academic Center, an academic building for the High School, opened its doors in the fall of 2015. In the fall of 2017, the Leo and Joan Mahoney Wellness Center opened and the Campaign for GOOD launched publicly. Gifts to the Fund for St. John’s and gifts to strengthen our endowment helped to ensure that every qualified student can afford a Prep education.

We thank every donor who supported the Campaign for GOOD. Our community is our strength and this truly was a community-wide effort. 

Make your gift before the June 30, 2020 deadline. Thank you!

ANNUAL GIVING ENDOWMENT growth PLANNED GIVING

leadership

Trisha Pérez Kennealy
Michael J. Kennealy '86
Co-Chairs

Our Priorities

$25 million for Wellness Center: Complete
$10 million for Endowment
$8 million for the Fund for St. John's
$2 million through Planned Giving

First Impressions

“I think the idea of a Wellness Center is absolutely true to Prep tradition. It’s about being a whole person here. Not just academics or sports or drama. This facility is a tribute to that ideal. It’s good to see the Prep making a statement about that as loudly as this does. We didn’t know much about the Prep, but we chose it as parents because we thought it would be a good fit for our son. It was a great fit. That comes from the top at this school. They have great teachers and they have great administrators. The Prep gave him his start and we’re so happy it set him up for college (Boston College, B.A. ’12 and M.S.A. ’14) and beyond.” —Denis Walsh P'08

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