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For most seniors, it is undoubtedly difficult to I remember how things were in September 2006. When we arrived at St. Peter’s for the first time, everything and everyone was new. As we listened to our former principal, Mr. Kevin Cuddihy, talk about JUG and the dress code at Freshman Orientation, many of us searched furtively for a friendly face in the crowd or for someone to befriend. Since then, over the past four years, the entire senior class I has changed quite drastically. Aside from meeting friends, succeeding in the classroom, and winning in sporting events, our four years at Prep have challenged each of us to grow and to develop as part of the Prep community and as part of the greater world. And so, since the earlier days of our Introduction to Religion classes, we have been encouraged to strive for the tenants of the Graduate at Graduation: being open to growth, being intellectually competent, being committed to doing justice, being religious, and being loving. Throughout our entire Prep careers, we have attempted to exemplify these qualities by completing community service, by participating on service trips, and by combating and identifying injustices in our community. Thus, the theme of this year's Petrean is “Prep Men by Nature.” From a student's perspective, this theme is dually significant. In the modern world, being a “Prep man" by nature is not particularly easy. Societal and ecological problems provide us with quotidian challenges to act according to our Prep education. In society, we are persistently challenged by a wide range of injustices. And so, as we finish our time at Prep and begin our future lives, we must consistently respond to even the slightest problems with a sense of morality which reflects the qualities of the Graduate at Graduation. Amidst the global effort to spread awareness about global warming, the 2009 Petrean is also dedicated to the endangered environment. As the international community begins talking about new methods of conservation, the members of the Petrean staff and I encourage you to consider your own impact on our environment and to remain conscious of the consequences of your actions. And so, even though they'are seemingly different, being a Prep man for society and for the environment are, in many ways, much the same. As the senior class prepares to depart and as the underclassmen prepare to end another year, I encourage you to become, in every facet of your life, a Prep man by nature.


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FOR YOUR LOVE OF THE Justin DAgostino, 1D Most teachers would say that their motivations for teaching are an affinity for a certain subject matter and the desire to bestow their knowledge unto their students. However, it is evident that Mr. John Campion also has not only an affinity for literature, but he lives for his work, feeling the need to breathe knowledge into his students. Mr. Campion, or simply "Sir" as his students commonly refer to him, is a staple in Prep's English department. Between writing hundreds of college recommendations and directing the school play, Mr. Campion finds the time to teach AP English Writing and Composition and AP English Literature to juniors and seniors. Although it is not required for students to take classes on the Honors or AP levels, it is understood that one should, at the very least, try to take one of Sir’s classes before he graduates from Prep. You would be hard-pressed to find any former students of Mr. Campion who would not list him among their favorite teachers. Although Mr. Campion’s classes are primarily focused on Composition and Literature, the courses delve much deeper into the literature. Sir has the ability to point out a word that can be easily overlookedv and then examine the meaning of it in a way that can explain the author’s motivation for writing or can even change the

Mr. Jack Campion teaches one of his newest students.


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explain the author's motivation for writing or can even change the reader's complete understanding of the text. Mr. Campion’s classes also infuse teaching from other subject areas such as History, Philosophy, and Theology, offering students not only an understanding of the literature, but also of the world around which the text was written. After a student taking an AP English course for the first time overcomes the initial shock of Sir's rapid speech and frantic teaching style, he acquires a true appreciation for everything he learns. Senior James Shovlin, who is taking his second year of Mr. Campion’s class, is quoted as saying, “Mr. Campion’s class was an eye opener for me. Not only has he drastically improved my

been able to carry over to other classes with great success. His class is by far one of the greater experiences a guy can have while at Prep.” The Saint Peter’s Prep Class of 2010 is honored to dedicate this 88th Petrean to Sir John Campion because this recognition is long overdue for your great work and contributions to the Prep community. W e appreciate you for your dedication, for your kindness, and for having the courage to wear tights on Halloween. It has always been your basic principle for writing to prove everything you say. Sir Campion, you have proven your importance to the Prep community through your love for Prep students.

Above: Mr. Jack Campion's "Bene Merenti" phota for his twenty years serving the PREP community. I


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Right: Ms. Theresa LaBruno writes the homework for her sophomore geometry class.

Below: Mr. Joseph Urbanovich, '66, corrects a math problem completed by one of his students.

Above: Mr. James Hollywood, '66 passes out a handout to his freshman math class. Left: Ms, Erin Stark reviews math concepts with her freshman class.


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Left: Mr. Michael Settembrino, '01 teaches his geometry class about finding the area of shapes. Far Left: Mr. Brian Healy, '99 reviews how to factor with his Algebra 1 class.

Above: Mr. Kenneth Dandorph reviews a math problem with one of his students.

Below: Mr. Gregory Evans teaches his precalculus class about different types ofgraphs.

CALCULATING OUR FUTURES Patrick Hartnett, '12 As Descartes put it, "Mathematics is a more powerful instrument of knowledge than an/ other that has been bequeathed to us by human agency.� The Mathematics department at Saint Peter's believes in this strongly as they strive to teach students that math is more than numbers, shapes, or theorems. As they learn to graph lines and solve equations, freshman immediately begin to apply mathematical concepts with Ms. Erin Stark, Mr. Joseph Urbanovich, '66, and with department chairman, Mr. James Hollywood, '66. If the students have already studied basic Algebra I concepts in elementary school, Mr. Kenneth Dandorph offers Intermediate Algebra Honors, in which students are taught Algebra II concepts, Algebra I theories, and often life lessons along the way. The sophomores move on to study geometry with Ms. Theresa LaBruno, Mr. Michael Sentembrino, 01, or Mr.

Kenneth Dandorph, examining definitions, proofs, and other geometry concepts. Those who excelled in freshman year may take Geometry Honors, taught by Mr. Joseph Urbanovich, '66, in which students learn basic trigonometry as well. Algebra II and Trigonometry is then taken with Ms. Erin Stark or Mr. Brian Healy, '99, during junior year. Math is not required for seniors, but many seniors choose to take one of many elective courses. Seniors can study Precalculus with Mr. Gregory Evans or Ms. Erin Stark. They can also take Calculus Honors with Mr. Evans, in which they will learn about limits and other advanced Calculus concepts. Mr. James Dondero, '67, teaches AP Statistics, teaching students about collecting, analyzing, and drawing conclusions from data. Students who have excelled in former math courses can additionally study AP Calculus, a college level Calculus course, with Mr. Daniel Lyons.

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Top; Mr. Anthony Keating, '78 discusses grades with a student.

Bottom: Mr. James Coviello does a reinactment on the courtyard with his students.

Right: Mr. Adrian Oryshkevych shows Senior Chesley Bowers a book on communist propaganda.

Right: Mr. Carl DeLorenzo, '67 lectures his Middle East studies class on Lawrence of Arabia.


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RffLECTlNGONTHEPASr B. J. Giannone, '11 At St. Peter’s Prep, students learn about history from the great ancient civilizations to the development of America. Led by Ms. Mary Anne McElroy, the History Department teaches students about different time periods and civilizations around the world. Along with this knowledge, the students learn note-taking skills and study habits to help become successful not only in their History class, but also in each class they take at Prep. Although students are only required to take three years of history classes, the teachers ensure that the students acquire as much knowledge as they would in a four year history program. Freshmen begin their Prep career learning about World Civilizations, beginning with ancient civilizations throughout the world and ending with the modern societies of the 1900’s. Civilizations studied include Egypt, Rome, Greece, and India. Students also

Above: Mr. Anthony Verdi, '95 hands back papers to his US I class.

learn about the beginnings of powerful dynasties and their falls and collapses. In Sophomore year, students do not take a History class, but they begin again in Junior year. Juniors learn about the history of the United States, beginning with Columbus' discovery of the New World and ending with the Civil W ar era. in Senior year, students learn about recent American culture and government from World W ar I to the W ar on Terror. Both courses offer an Advanced Placement option which covers the same topics in a more advanced format. Seniors also have the option to take an additional course. There are four electives to choose from each semester: Constitutional Law, Contemporary Issues, History of'the Middle East, and The Communist Experiment. These classes are taught by Mr. Anthony Keating, ’78, Mr. Anthony Verdi, ’95, Mr. Carl DeLorenzo, ’67, and Mr. Adrian Oryshkevych, respectively. The department also includes Mr. Paul Cunneen, Mr. James Coviello, ’99, and its chairperson, Ms. Mary Anne McElroy.

Right: Mr. Paul Cunneen teaches one section of his US History II class.

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The Religion Department at Prep is hard at work this /ear; not only teaching students, but also building their character in order to embody the characteristics of the Graduate at Graduation. The Religion department offers religion courses that cover all four years of a student's life at Prep. When students enroll as Freshmen, they focus on the Old Testament, looking at scripture and understanding the deeper meaning of the text. During Sophomore year, Prep students begin with a review of the Old Testament, and then move straight into the New Testament with the four Gospels, The Acts of the Apostles and the foundation of the Christian Doctrines. After two years of studying scripture, Juniors focus on problems in modern society. They spend the year looking at issues such as economic justice and humans rights. To finish their career at Prep, Seniors study church history, looking at how the church was formed and how many historical events that shaped the Catholic faith.

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Throughout a student’s career at Prep, they will learn a vast amount from the religious courses offered. They learn about topics ranging from Genesis to Exodus, St. Ignatius to the Jesuits and even the Church then and now. Yet, the Religion Department aims not only to teach, but also to build and to instill into Prep’s young men the characteristics required of the Graduate at Graduation and to prepare them for the world ahead of them. Teachers work to produce men who are open to growth and intellectually competent. They seek to ensure that Prep students leave as well-rounded and open-minded men for others.

Above: Dr. Dominic Scibilia works with a group in his freshman religion class. Left: N\s. Boreta A. Singleton reviews homework with one of her freshman students.

Below: Mr. Michael McCarthy talks with his sophomore religion class.

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TALKING IN TONGUES Michael Machado, '11 The St. Peter's Prep community is composed of multiple ethnicities, characterized by various cultural heritages and by diverse traditions. The Modern Language department engages Prep students by enhancing their linguistic and grammatical abilities. Students have the option to study Italian, German, French, and Spanish. Not only do they learn to speak and write these languages, but they also learn the cultural traditions of the respective countries themselves. And so, the students who partake in the three levels of Italian offered at Prep are exposed to the culture of Italy, as well as to the language itself. Students of Italian I progress gradually, as Ms. Rosalie Romano, most commonly addressed as “Signora" by her students, aids in their learning of the basic grammatical rules and vocabulary of the language. In Italian II and III, Juniors and Seniors expand in their learning, especially as Signora challenges the Juniors and Seniors to converse in Italian. Mr. Ryan Grusenski, '03, leads the study of the German language, He begins with an introduction to the language in German I for Sophomores, explaining the basics of sentence formation, verb forms, and common vocabulary. Mr. Grusenski elaborates on these rudimentary skills in his German II class for Juniors, and ultimately challenges his Seniors in both German III Honors and in AP German to


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become as fluent as possible for any third year German student. Again, students of Spanish learn not only the language, but also 1 some of the cultural traditions in the Spanish-speaking world. Mr. Frank fl Giordano, '99, teaches the rudimentary concepts of Spanish in his 1 Spanish I class for sophomores. Ms. Aymee Torres continues Spanishl studies with Juniors in Spanish II. Meanwhile, Ms. Ana Garcia engages her a Sophomore students in Spanish I Honors, which features a more | rigorous curriculum. Ms. Garcia also offers AP Spanish Literature andl Basic Spanish for Medical and Business Personnel for students who are® more than willing to continue in their study of the language. Ms. N e r y j Gomez introduces the Spanish language to Sophomores in her ow n# Spanish I course, while also teaching the Seniors who have chosen toffl take a third year of the language in her Spanish III Honors class. Students also have the option to take courses in French at S t.B Peter's Prep. Mr. Frank Giordano teaches all three levels of theH language. Sophomores begin with a basic introduction to the French ■ language, and can continue to study the nuances of the language throughH their Junior and Senior years in French II and III. Students are alsofl introduced to the finer points of French culture. Saint Peter’s Prep is known for its cultural diversity. The teachers H of the Modern Language Department complement this diversity by 9 thoroughly informing their students of each culture's traditions and | language.

eft: Ms. Rosalie Romano teaches >er Junior Italian II class reflexive ronouns. Bottom Left: Mr. Ryan Grusenski, '03, explains the formation of Imperfect verbs to his German II

light: Mr. Frank Giordano, '99 “ss/sts senior Kenan Moriarity with ocabuiary during his AP French lass.

Bottom: Ms. Nery Gomez teaches her Sophomore Spanish I class sentence structure.

'Far Bottom: Mr. Ryan Grusenski, i'03, works with his German II class â– inthe Mulry Computer Lab.

Far Bottom: Ms. Aymee Torres assists senior Matthew Lavin with the Preterite case in her Spanish II class.

to speak it. I spoke to my mom, in Italian, ordered food in Italian at restaurants, and spoke to other students in Italian. At the end of junior year, I was afforded the opportunity to visit Italy with one of my best friends. W e stayed with his family, and I was able to meet people my age in Italy. I feel fortunate to have taken two years of Italian because I was able

Matt Feeney, '10 Having had Italian for three years, how have you applied the lessons from the course in your everyday life? As a person with Italian heritage, I was always regretful of the fact that I had never learned the language. When I saw that Prep offered an Italian course, I jumped on the opportunity. J found a passion for the language and found I loved

to communicate with everyone I met. Now in my third year of Italian, I still enjoy the class and the studies, and hope to someday achieve fluency. I'm glad I have been a part of the Italian program at Prep, and feel that it has given me a huge step towards fluent speaking. Thanks to Prep, and Signora Romano, I've found a new passion that I feel I can pursue for the rest of my life; Italian language and culture.

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Matthew Hartzell '11 Group Guidance, though not a typical class, is an important part of student life here at St. Peter's Prep. All years, Freshmen through Seniors, have guidance counselors, but only Freshmen and Juniors have a group guidance class. Although both Freshmen and Junior classes are labeled as "Group Guidance”, they differ in their content and focus. In Freshman Group Guidance, the guidance counselors help the new students get acclimated to the Prep atmosphere. Oftentimes, the Freshman group guidance classes will have open discussions about how life at Prep is going, and about the best way to approach a new school year in a new school. In Sophomore year, although there are no formal classes, guidance counselors may still meet with their counselees at lunch or during a free period just to see how Sophomore year is treating them, and to make sure they continue utilizing good habits that will make them successful in and out of the classroom. Ms. Lori Berman, Ms. Kathleen Rowan, Fr. Anthony Azzarto, and Fr. John Mullin counsel the Freshmen and Sophomores. As Junior year rolls around, students are assigned a new counselor that will stay with them through the rest of their Prep careers, In Junior Group Guidance, students become familiar with the college application process. Students learn how to handle rigorous standardized tests, such as the PSATs, the SATs, and the ACTs, and what an SAT Subject Test, or SAT II actually is, and how many they should take. Students are also assisted in maintaining good grades and keeping up with their extra-curricular activities in order to ensure that they are best prepared to apply for college. Also, in the second semester, Juniors have the opportunity to complete on­ line personality and interest assessments and then analyze the results. These results help the students realize what type of college they want to go to (where, what size, etc.) and what major they might be interested in studying in the future. In Senior year, like in Sophomore year, there is no formal group guidance class, but students are expected to meet individually with their counselors to provide the counselors an opportunity to get to know the students better. The Junior and Senior year counselors are Mr. James Dondero, Ms. Erin Knittel, Mr. Joseph Korfmacher, and Mr. Jordan Roldan. Ms. Janice Martineau works in the college placement office and serves as secretary for these counselors and students. These

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counselors help students become acclimated to the rigors of a college preparatory school, and help the students become more familiar with the college application process. Basically, the guidance counselors help students with any problems that they might have. Now where would we be without guidance counselors?



Ms. Erin Knittel, one of the newest editions to the guidance department, discusses with senior Ryan Gordon the college process.

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Mr. James Dondero, '67 reviews college materials in his office, trying to prepare students to apply to college.

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Rosemary Annetta

Department: Finance Director of Financial Aid Years At Prep: 4 Hometown: Ba/onne, NJ

Department: English I, English III Years At Prep: 3 Hometown: Bayonne, NJ

Department: Science Department Chair

Biology, Biology Honors Years At Prep: 4 Hometown: Bayonne, NJ

Juan Arteaga

Anthony Azzarto, S.J.

Elizabeth Benedict

Department: English English I, English II Years At Prep: 4 Hometown: Norwalk, CT

Department: Guidance Freshman Group Guidance, Sophomore Counselor Years At Prep: 31 (Bene Merenti) Hometown: Brooklyn, NY

Department: Guidance Director of Browning Center Years At Prep: 3 Hometown: Maplewood, NJ

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1 Lori Berman

Jane Bleasdale

David Burokas, *85

Department: Guidance Freshman Group Guidance, Sophomore Counselor Years At Prep: 15 Hometown: West Orange, NJ

Director of Faculty Formation Department: Religion Christian Ethics Years At Prep: 4 Hometown: Blackburn, Lancashire, England

Department: Classics Department Chair

Latin I, Latin II Honors, Latin III Honors Years At Prep: 3 Hometown: New York, NY

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Alexander Canale, '05

Diane Casazza

Department: English AP English Language, AP English Literature Years At Prep: 29 (Bene Merenti) Hometown: Bayonne, NJ

Department: Science Chemistry Years At Prep: 1 Hometown: Little Falls, NJ

Department: Admissions/College Placement Administrative Assistant Years At Prep: 3 Hometown: Union City, NJ

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Michael Fletcher

Melinda Flores

Robert Furlong

Department: Religion Introduction to Religion, Early Christian Literature Years At Prep: 8 Hometown: Toms River, NJ

Department: Science Physics Years At Prep: 2 Hometown: Corona, CA

Department: English English 1 Honors, English 4 Years At Prep: 2 Hometown: Meriden, CT

Frederick Galano

Ana Garcia

Frank Giordano, '99

Department: Religion Christian Ethics, Senior Seminar in Religion Years At Prep: 5 Hometown: Union, NJ

Department: Modern Langauges

Department: Science French I, II, 3Honâ&#x20AC;&#x17E; AP, Spanish 1 Years At Prep: 3 Hometown: Lyndhurst, NJ

Department Chair Spanish I H, AP, Spanish for Medical and Business Personnel Years A t Prep: 38 (Bene Merenti) Hometown: Sancti-Spiritus, Cuba

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Ella Glazer

Nery Gomez

Julie Groark

Department: Computer Science

Department: Modern Languages Spanish I, II, III H Years At Prep: 3 Hometown: Placetas, Cuba

Department: English English 1, English 2 Honors Years At Prep: 4 Hometown: Scarsdale, NY

Ryan Grusenski, ‘03

Richard Hansen, Sr.

Richard Hansen III, ‘03

Department: Modern Languages German I, II, III H, AP Years At Prep: 3 Hometown: Bloomfield, NJ

Department: Physical Education Director of Athletics Years At Prep: 27 Hometown: Jersey City, NJ

Department: Physical Education Assistant Director of Athletics Physical Education, Health Years At Prep: 3 Hometown: Freehold, NJ

Department Chair

Java, Web Design, Applications, Visual Basic Years At Prep: 10 Hometown: Maplewood, NJ

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Brian Healy, '99

Daniel Healy, '01

Department: Religion Introduction to Religion, Senior Seminar in Religion Years At Prep: 5 Hometown: Gales Ferry, CT

Department: Math Algebra 2 Trigonometry Years At Prep: 2 Hometown: North Arlington,

Department: Math Precalculus Years At Prep: 4 Hometown: North Arlington,



Ryan Heffeman Department: Campus Ministry Christian Service Years At Prep: 4 Hometown: Staten Island, NY

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James Hollywood, '66 Anthony Keating, *78 Department: Math Algebra 1 Years At Prep: 8 Hometown: Nutley, NJ

Department: History World Civilizations, Constitutional Law Years At Prep: 5 Hometown: Weehawken, NJ

Richard Kennedy

John Kilroy

Megan Klim

Department: English AP English Literature Years At Prep: 43

Department: Religion Christian Ethics, Senior Seminar in Religion Years At Prep: 2 Hometown: Drexel Hill, PA

Department: Fine Arts

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Intro to Art, Sophomore Art, Drawing and Composition, Portfolio, Painting Years At Prep: 6 Hometown: Hamilton, NJ

Erin Knittel

Candy Kokosinski

Joseph Korfmacher

Department: Guidance Years At Prep: 6 Hometown: Brooklyn, NY

Campus Shop Manager Years At Prep: 4 Hometown: Lyndhurst, NJ

Department: Guidance Years At Prep: 2 Hometown: Westfield, NJ

Christos Mergoupis

John Mullin, S.J.

J.J. Nesheiwat, '01

Department: Classics Latin I Years At Prep: 1 Hometown: Bayonne, NJ

Department: Guidance Freshman Group Guidance, Sophomore Counselor Years At Prep: 18 Hometown: Brooklyn, NY

Department: Science Chemistry Years At Prep: 2 Hometown: Bayonne, NJ

Christopher Nunez, '03 Adrian Oryshkevych Department: Science Physics Years At Prep: 3 Hometown: North Bergen, NJ


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Department: History US History I, Communist Experiment Years At Prep: 4 Hometown: Silver Spring, MD

Richard Peters, '85 Department: English Department Chair

English II, English IV Years At Prep: 13 Hometown: Jersey City, NJ

Jose Que, *99

Enrico Raulli, S.J

Jordan Roldan, a03

Department: Physical Education Physical Education, Health Years At Prep: 2 Hometown: North Bergen, NJ

Department: English Creative Writing I, Creative Writing II Years At Prep: 29 (Bene

Department: Guidance Junior Group Guidance, Senior Counselor Years At Prep: 2 Hometown: Jersey City, NJ


Hometown: Syracuse, NY

Rosalie Romano

Kathleen Rowan

Pratima Roy

Department: Modern Languages Italian I, II, III H, AP Years At Prep: 10 Hometown: Bayonne, NJ

Department: Guidance Freshman Group Guidance, Sophomore Counselor Years At Prep: 25 Hometown: Hoboken, NJ

Department: Science Biology, Anatomy and Physiology Years At Prep: 1

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Anthony Verdi, *95

Department: Classics Latin I, I!, Greek I Years At Prep: 2 Hometown: Chicago, IL

Department: History World Civilizations, US History 1, Contemporary Issues Years At Prep: 10 Hometown: Little Falls, NJ

How do you feel the faculty prepared you for your future endeavors?

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CLASS OF 2013 Vincenzo Addeo Matthew Aiello Matthew Albern Gabriel Almanza Jose Ampudia Jeffrey Ancheta Cameron Antonio

Paul Arena Ernest Armitage Jordan Arthur Chirag Arya Isaac Atayero Taysiir Aubdoollah Joshua Balasa

Marion Bell Matthew Bernardo Matthew Biscaldi William Blanco Christian Blauch Enzo Bonelli Gianluca Bove

Joseph Breland III Nicholas Bretzger Richard Budka Joseph Burke Mason Butler John Byram Andrew Cabrera

Evan Cain Joseph Calandra John Callinan Robert Capone Christopher Cardenas Drew Casey Jimmy Mack Casey

Bernard Chester Jr. Brian Cichetti Nicholas Cipriano Nicholas Clappsy Conor Collier Matthew Connelly Andrew Conte

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Joseph Mucciolo Timothy Mullen Curtis Mullins Patrick Murphy Andrew Newman Matthew Newman Joseph Nicoletti

"larek Niesiobedzki Owen O'Connor Ryan O'Connor Brian O'Halloran Henry Om Michael Oro Mark Owlasiuk

General Ozochiawaeze Anthony Pacillo Joseph Palasits Devon Palmieri John Paradiso Harsh Patel Andre Persaud

Delane Pileggi Daniel Pimpinelli Guillermo Pineiro Hector Poza Sean Purcell David Quesada Brian Rabasca

Michael Rabasca Faizan Rafi icis Xavier Ramos James Regan Hugo Rey James Reynolds Henrique Ribeiro

Luke Rivera Christian Roca Michael Rojas Andrew Romero Baja Rowe Christopher Ruh Hayzle Sanango

Krish Sanghavi holas Santa Maria Michael Scalia Tyler Schiavo Ralph Scianni >novan Sepulveda Kevin Sheridan


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Kyle Shivers Colin Siracuse Owen Sirianni Ian Smith Albert Smith III Erick Sobolewski David Somers

Daniel Sowinski Christian Spiegel Joseph Stevenson Ryan Stickno Jasofi Supplee Jorge Teixeira Bryan Thomas

Kayvon Toofani Elijah Torres Douglas Tortorici Anthony Travisano Micahel Troglio Michael Tuites

Jason Uliano Andrew Ulloa Steven Vargas Jeffrey Veloz Chakris Vongtanaanek Michael Vuoncino Andrew WalkerSorina

Randall Wall Michael Walshe Drew Walther Marquise Watson Michael Weber Brandon Wendt Patrick Whelan

Alexander Woldmichael Kelvin Yang Jacob Yanicak Justin Zduniak Matthew Zebrowski


Daniel Freeman Philip Furmanek Kristian Gabot Alexander Garber Michael Geltrude Michael Giacone Joseph Giordano

Christian Giraldo Najee Glass Anthony Gomes Antonio Gonzalez Paul Gonzalez James Gorrell Philip Grosso

Frankie Guarini Christopher Hahn Jameal Hammond Tyler Hanson Patrick Hartnett William Hedley IV slicholas Henriquez

Luke Heyer Bryan Hoffman Peter Imus Patrick Jarczewski Gabriel jasinski Michael Joll Freddie Jones

Evan Jorgensen Aaron Joskowitz Ryan Kahle Gregory Kearney Daniel Kelly Eric Kenny Mark Kenny

Ali Khan Furukh Khan Daniel Khilall John Kluepfel Daniel Kosciusko Tyler Kovach Jonathan Krai

Pema Lama Giovanni Lauretta Michael Laviri Timothy Lenz Nathan Leo Kevin Li Michael Lizza


Lucas LoCascio Carmine Lombardi Conor Long Dennis Long Meenas Lotfalla Arlandas Maleckis Conor Malloy

Siddarth Mally Ethan Mangold Christopher Manley W yatt Marciniak Timothy Marks Christopher Mathers Brian Matoke

Joshua Matus Tamarick Mays Patrick Mazo Michael McGee Armani McKoy Peter McMonagle Colin McNamara

Jack McNulty Ryan Medina Anthony Menafro Joel Menendez Brian Merkel Joseph Miles Matthew Miselis

Robert Miskura Martin Monaco Richard Moorhead John Mueller Brandon Napoleon Amir Nassar Tyler Neira

Ryan Nguyen Angel Nieves James Nolan Michael Norton Patrick Norton Ryan Norton Mohammad Numan

Michael Nyitray Connor O'Brien Joseph O'Brien Jason Ortiz Anthony John Pafumi Mohnish Pardasani Richard Pardo

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Andrew Donofrio Seamus Arthur Dwyer Gary Eck Mark Ellard David Falcon Roger Fernandez Robert Ferrara

Chase Fluellen Matthew Foley James Fox Nicholas Galasso Christopher Galiszewski Ian Garner Kevin Garrigan

Andrew Gaviria /illiam Geraczynski William Giannone Gabriel Ginebra Paul Giordano Anthony Gorski Derek Gotay

Kevin Grant Jamie Grasing Eric Griffin Kevin Guadalupe Travis Haber Conor Harden Todd Harrigan

Jeffrey Harris Stephen Hart Matthew Hartzell Conor Healy hael Hetherington Brendan Higgins Jeremy Ho

thew Holowienka Savon Huggins Khiry Hughes John Irvine Eric Jablonski Joseph Jordan Harrison Katzman

Conor Kearns Ryan Kearns Alex Kennedy James Kerwin Henry Khost Edward King Jr.


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Zachary La Rosa Matthew LaBau James Lancellotti Alexander Larwa Eric Lawrence Daniel Lesce Alexander Linkus

Christian Livi Peter LiVolsi David Lizza Daniel Llanos Dane Longa Matthew Lopes Michael Lotfalla

Keith Lumpkin Jr. Bryan Lusara Dimitri Luzgin Michael Machado Timothy Manning Ronald Martinez Peter Maruri

Rodolfo Mazo III Conor McCarthy Edward McGovern Philip McGovern Justin McMahon Timothy McManus William Meehan

Giovani Merentie Jason Mielczarek Maxwell Miesemer Leo Milito Michael Minervini Vincent Moloughney Kevin Moriarty

Robert Mullins Nicholas Murphy Steffan Murrell Mark Napier Daniel Nazarenko Quang Nguyen Brian O'Donnell

Conor O'Leary Bryan Oyola Francis Padre John Page Patrick Panageas Paul Pappaceno Doug Payne

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!Ik IH 'liw P R E P SO F A R ... By Isaac Atayero Remember in eighth grade, when you were at the top o f the food chain: how it seemed like learning, teachers, homework, report cards and detention were all over. Graduation was your biggest glory run and summer...oh yes! That summer, that perfect summer, seemed to fly by. Then, you came to Prep, and you became the baby again, back to rock bottom at the bottom of the food chain. That was 1.1 thought I had high school all figured out, or so I thought. High school was nothing like I had imagined, and it still changes every time, completely unpredictable. I was overwhelmed by the work, the schedule and the responsibility. Now, in the third marking period, guess what? I am still learning. I am still learning not to procrastinate, still learning how to always stay in dress code, still learning to ignore the temptations of using the stairs instead o f the elevator, still learning to work studying into my schedule, and still learning to create a schedule. Still a freshman, still learning. Prep changes. The longer you stay, the newer it becomes.What I learned, not just academically, cannot be measured. For me, each day is a new experience, even if it's finally knowing the name of that guy you always see third period on C day or finding a quicker route to get to your next class. What I am trying to say is some things cannot be taught by teachers or by textbooks (or Google). They have to be experienced. Why? I don't know. I'm just a freshman trying to learn the fourth conjugation o f Latin verb endings. But I think the most important lesson Prep teaches is humility. Humility. Eight years o f knowing it all becomes almost rendered useless. This is just one of the many ways Prep humbles you. From the smallest things like needing help getting your lock to unlock to the asking a comrade what letter day it is.You become humbled. I become humbled. The best thing about this humbling process is that you are not left alone to figure it out. Like I said, I am just a freshman trying to learn the fourth conjugation of Latin verb endings (No, but seriously, what does “ero” mean.). To help you through this refining process, you have students, faculty, alumni (whom I like to call the “been-there, done-thaters”), and teachers.Prep gives you a well rounded experience. Now, I am just a freshman, and what you are about to read next might a bit stilted and scripted, but it is true: Prep makes you a real man for others (Yeah, I know, very original). Believe me when I say I still don t know where Shalloe Hall is. My point? I get humbled each day, and I am still learning about life from life because life itself is a school.


Prep Men by Nature


Im m anuel Adeola Indoor Track 1,4, Outdoor Track 1,4

“If you ain't first your last” -W ill Ferrell

M ark Augustine Tennis 2, 3, 4. Newspaper 2, 3. 4

“ The bitter failures in life make the successes that much, fail more often!” -Original

“He who is not courageous enough to take risks will accomplish nothing in life.” -Muhammad Ali

Joshua Barry Petrean 4 *, Medical Club 2. 3. Stock M arket Oub 1. 2 , 3, 4. C L C 4. Video F X 3. 4. Environmental CJub 2. 3 *. 4*, German Exchange 3. Computer O ub 1. 2, 4. Culinary Oub 2, Pax Christi 3, 4, Stage Crew 1, 2, 3, 4, Campus Ministry Team 4, Secret Agent Oub 3. 4, Emmaus 241, 248, Freshman for a D ay 1, 2*. 3 * 4 *

“The only limit to our realization of tomorrow will be our doubts o f today. ” -Franklin D. Roosevelt

Joseph B ernardo

C L C 4, Stage Crew 1, 2. 3, 4 *. Bowling 1, 2. 3. 4, C M T 4. Emmaus 245

Dance Committee 1, Stock M arket O ub 1, 2 . 3. 4*. C L C 4, Italian O ub 2, 3, 4, Engineering O ub 2. 3. 4, Video F X 4, Computer Oub 4, Campus Shop 4, Filipino Society 4. Pax Christi 4, Fencing 1 ,2 , C M T 4, N H S 4, Emmaus 241

W h a t did you do with your free periods? M atthew Kaczor: ^Translate

Renato Rodrigues:

that Latin I D ID N 'T do at home.”


didn't have free periods."

Celtic Oub 2, Intramurals 1. 2. 3. 4. Stock M arket Oub 1, 2, 3, 4. Eastern Bloc 4. Model U.N. 3, Monty Python O ub 2. Baseball 1. 2, Emmaus 243

Cory Benavides

Life can be overwhelming, but don t turn your back on the strongest crutch you've ever had.” -August Burns Red

Joseph Bernardo: ^ V o it. I

Ryan Albern


“ Only a life lived for others is a life worthwhile. ” -Albert Einstein

Chris Bolejszo Marauder Nation 1, Intramurals 1, Ski & Snowboard Oub 2, Fantasy Sports CJub 1 ,2 ,3 . Ice Hockey 1 , 2 , 3 . 4,


!T$*S M ichael Sisk: Helped Ms Collins play Farmville.”

“The will to win is important, but the will to I prepare is vital.” -Joe Paterno

John A rm strong Basketball 1, Emmaus 240, Intramurals 3, 4, National Honor Society 4, Petroc 3. 4. Spanish Honor Pin 1 ,2 .3 , 4, Honor Society 3. Stock M arket Club, 1, 2. 3. 4. Volleyball 1. 2. 3. 4*

“ If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more, you are a leader.” -John Quincy Adams

Justin Barry

W h a t did you do with your free periods? M att Feeney: “ M y homework and that daily Gotham R u n "

Thom as Tulp: "Secretly built a

Terrance O 'D onnell: "A te and

A lex Yang: “ Played ping-pong, used mystery google, and yea, thats about it”

scrambled to finish any homework I was too lazy to do a t home.”

passage to Narnia *

Daniel Bellido

Celtic C u b 3, 4, Petrean 4*. Petroc 1, 2, 3, French O ub 1, 2, 3, 4, French Exchange 2. G o ss Country 1, 2, 3. Indoor Track 1, Emmaus 246

C L C 4, Senior Prom 4, Band 1 ,2 ,3 , 4, Spanish C u b 1. 2, 3, 4. Spanish Honors Society 3, 4, Soccer 1 ,2, 3, 4*, Emmaus 246

“It is impossible to live without failing at something, unless you live so cautiously that you might as well not have lived at all - in which case, you fail by default ” -J.K. Rowling

“Fear less -regret nothing” -Derek Lagos


Michael Blicharz

N ick Bilchuk M arauder Nation 1. 2, 3, 4, Stock M arket O ub 2, Eastern Block 3, 4, Ice Hockey 1, 2 , 3 , 4

“Our greatest weakness lies in giving up. The most certain way to succeed is always to try just one more time. ” -Thomas A. Edison

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Marauder Nation 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 3, 4, Medical Oub 3, C L C 4, C M T 4, Spanish Honors Society 3, 4. N H S 4. Pax Christi 3, 4*, Volleyball 1, 2, 3*. 4*, Emmaus 240, 2 5 0

“Dictionary is the only place that success comes before work. Hard work is the price we must pay for success. I think you can accomplish anything if you're willing to pay the price.” -Vince Lombardi


Chesley Bowers C L C 4, Campus Shop 3. Pax Christi 3. 4, Stoge Crew 3. 4*

“ W e walked these halls as boys, but now we are prepared to as men.” -Original

K irk Brabham Intramurals 1, 2, Stock Market Oub 3. Senior Prom 4 Engineering Oub 2, Junior Prom 3, Rugby 2, 3, 4

“A man who views the world the same at fifty as he did at twenty has wasted thirty years of his life." -Muhammad Ali

M ichael Braugher


Football 1



“Don't cry because it's over. Smile because it happened." -Dr. Seuss

T hom as B rodow ski

D om inick B runo

Intramurals 3, 4, Band 2, 3, 4, German Club 2, 3, 4, Marauder Nation 3, 4, Ski & Snowboard Club 3, 4, German Exchamge 3, J a z z Band 1, 2, 3. 4, Emmaus 241, Rugby 2, 3 .4

Marauder Notion 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Stock M arket C u b 3, 4, Art Club 4, C L C 4, Classics Qub 3, Junior Prom 3. Fantasy Sports Qub 1, 3, Independent Film Society 3, Basketball 1, Baseball 2, 4, Emmaus 241

«^s “ People want me to do everything for them. W hat they don't realize is that they have the power. You want to see a miracle, son? Be the miracle.” -Morgan Freeman

Philip Buzzerio Celtic Q ub 2, 3, M arauder Nation 1 ,2 ,3 , 4, Intro murals 3, 4, C L C 4, Junior Prom 3 , Ski & Snowboard Q ub 3, 4, Locrossee 1, 2, 3, Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4, Emmaus 244

W e choose to do these things, not because they are easy, but because they are hard -John F. Kennedy

Tyler Byrne Marauder Nation 1, 2. 3, 4. Intramurals 3. 4, Stock Market Club 2, 3. 4, C L C 4, Environmental Club 4. Computer Qub 2. 3, History Qub 3, Spanish Honors Society 3, Pax Christi 3. 4, C M T 4, Emmaus 242

<r$sS “ It's not just what you say to people and it's not the way you look at me it's the way you present yourself for all your worst critics to see ” -New Found Glory

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Kevin Cevasco C L C 3. 4, Italian Qub 2. 3, 4, Student Council 1, 2, 3*. 4*. Italian Exchange 2, The Office Qub 4, Soccer 1 ,2 ,3 , 4, C M T 4, Emmaus 242

“Do what you can, with what you have, where you are. ” -Theodore Roosevelt


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prep Men by Nature

I " The only place where succes comes before I work is in the dictionary" -Vince Lombardi


Willy Chicas Intramurals 1, 2, C L C 4. Student Council 4, Senior Prom 4, Ski & Snowboard Qub 4. Spanish Q ub 1 ,2 , 3 ,4 . History Qub 4, Culinary Qubs 4. Soccer 3, 4, Wrestling 2 ,3 , \ Emmaus 246

“Never put o ff until tomorrow what you can do the day after tomorrow. ” -Mark Twain

V incent Brinas

Christopher Brito

French Vlub 3, 4. Filipino Society 1 ,2 ,3 . 4, Band 1 ,2 ,3 , 4.

Spanish Oub.2, 3, Spanish Honors Society 2, 3, 4, Swimming 1 ,2 ,3 , 4, Emmaus 246

Literama 2, 3, 4, J a z z Band 1. 2, 3, 4, Culinary Club 4, Independent Film Society 1

<r^s “Hold a true friend with both hands. ” -Nigerian Proverb

"The more you know who you are, and what you want, the less you let things upset you. ” -Bob Harris

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Joseph Buckm an

Robert Bullaro

Celtic Club 1, Dance Committee 1, Marauder Nation 1 ,2 , 3, 4, Stock M arket O ub 2, 3, Junior Prom 3, Football 1, Outdoor Track 1, Wrestling 1 ,2 ,3 , 4, Emmaus 245

“I live my life a quarter mile at a time. For those ten seconds or less I'm free nothing else matters” -Vin Diesel

“ I want to tell the boys and girls the future o f our earth we're hurting the world with every second that we burn, unlearning what we learned at birth to be a good person,respect is what we deserve but first we must earn it” -Asher Roth

James Calabrese Marauder Natoin 1 ,2 , 3 , 4, Basketball 1 ,2 ,3 , 4

“ Everyday you wake up is a gift, open it with excitement like a kid." -Anonymous

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Vincent Caldas Academic Bowl Team 3, Dance Committee 3. Marauder Nation 1, 2, 3, 4*, Italian Oub ,2, Band 1 .2 ,3 , 4, Video F X 1 ,2 ,3 , 4*. Video Game Club 3, 4, Breaking Barriers 3, 4, J a z z Band 1 .2 .3 , 4, Pax Christi 3. Independent Film Society 1, 2 ,3 , Volleyball 1, Emmaus 240

“Do I contradict myself? Very well then I contradict myself, (I am large, I contain multitudes.)” -W alt Whitman

til Alvaro Chouza Med/co/ Oub 3, 4, Stock Market Oub 3, 4, Environmental

Club 3, 4, Spanish O ub 3

“ When you shoot, shoot for the moon, even if you miss, you'll land among the stars." -Juan Chouza Pego

Seniors: Braugher-Chouza


W h a t is one thing at Prep that will stay with you for the rest of your life? A lex C ogott: “ The

M ark Lioi: “ The bonds I've

brotherhood that was created

formed with the senior class

through retreats and teams."

o f 2010 have truly made me feel as if they will be my best

Justin Flores: “Going to Ms.

friends for life...Prep for life.”

A nthony Cicchin( Marauder Nation 1 ,2 ,3 , 4, Art O ub 1 ,2 ,3 , 4, C L C 4, French Oub 2, 3, 4*, Semfield O ub 4, French Exchange 2, The Office Oub 4, Ski & Snowboard Oub 3, 4, Environmental Club 4, History Club 4, Lacrosse 4, Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4, C M T 4, Emmaus 244

“All you need is ignorance and confidence and the success is sure. ” -Mark twain

Berman with Cicchino and telling her about all the

Kevin Cevasco: “ The ability

trouble we got into in our

to recognize opportunity and the courage to seize it.”

junior year.”

Leo Codog

Alexander Cogott

Filipino Society 1, 2, Spanish Honors Society 3, Indoor Track 1 ,2 , Rugby 2, 3, 4

C L C 4, Breaking Barriers 4, Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4, C M T 4, Emmaus 241

“Sometimes a dream is all that we have; we have to continue to dream, 'cause once it is lost amongst other thoughts, then what really are we?” -Asher Roth

“ If the Romans had been obliged to learn Latin, they would never have found time to conquer the world." -Heinrich Heine

W illiam C retinon

Patrick Crim m ins

Dance Committee 1 ,2 , 3, Marauder Nation 3, 4, Medical Oub 1, 2, 3, 4, Stock M orket O ub 3, French Oub 2, 3, French Exchange 2, 4, Environmental Oub 2 , 3, 4, Pox Christi 3, 4, Stage Crew 3, 4, Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4, Emmaus 241

Celtic O ub 1, 2, Marauder Nation 1 ,2 , 3, 4, Intramurals 2, 3, Stock M orket Club 2, 3, 4, Italian Oub 2, 3, Emmaus 246 I

“ Those who stand for nothing fall for anything” -Alexander Hamilton

“It's not the size o f the dog in the fight, it's the size o f the fight dog/ -Theodore Roosevelt

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William Cummings Celtic Oub 1 ,2 ,3 , 4, Marauder Nation 1 ,2 , 3, 4, Intramurals 1 ,2 ,3 , 4, Stock M orket Oub 1, 2, 3, 4, Eastern Bloc 3, Lacrosse 1, 2, 3, 4. Emmaus 242

“ W ars come and go but my soilders stay eternal” -Tupac

M ichael Czirbik Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Wrestling 3, Rugby 2, 3, 4, Emmaus 243

s " You never find yourself until you face the truth.” -Pearl Bailey

Joseph Clarkin

R obinson C lerm ont

Com puter Oub 1, 2, 3, 4, Emmaus 245



Intramurals 1. Medical Oub 4, French Oub 4, Rugby 2, 3, 4

S h k “ The future will be better tomorrow. ” -Dan Quayle

“If you have the opportunity to play this game o f life you need to appreciate every moment A lot of people don't appreciate the moment until it's passed -Kanye West

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Sean Cole

M atthew Costello

" Humility is no substitute for a $ personality. ” -Fran Lebowitz

Marouder Notion 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 1, 3, Petroc 1. 2, 3, 4 *, Itolion Oub 2, 3, Senior Prom 4, Video F X 4, Indoor Track 3, 4, Emmaus 240


“Do not go where the path may lead, go instead where there is no path and leave a trail” -Ralph Waldo Emerson


A lan Cruz

Keith Cummings

M arauder Nation 1 ,2 , 3 , 4, Intramurals 3, 4, Stock Market O ub 1, 2, 3, Filipino Society 3, 4, Emmaus 244

Ebony Oub 1 ,2, Football 1, 2 ,3 , 4, Indoor Track 1 ,2 ,3 . 4, Outdoor Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Bowling 1, 2, Emmaus 246

"/ can accept failure, everyone fails at something. But I can't accept not trying” -Michael Jordan

“A man once complained that he didn't have any shoes until he once met a man who didn't have any feet" -Anonymous

Evan Czmola Intramurals 1, Medical Oub 4, Eastern Bloc 4, Monty Python Oub 1, 2, 3, 4,Ski & Snowboard Oub 2, 3, 4*. Football 1, Emmaus 245

In real life, I assure you, there is no such thing as algebra. -Fran Lebowitz

W h a t is one thing at Prep that will stay with you for the rest of your life? sense o f camaraderie amongst

Gabriel K tam ura: "All the memories that I have shared

my friends that I have made at

■ *» my fellow seniors.”

Prep. I know they will always be there no m atter where we

W illia m Cretinon:

Jonathan Fernandez: "The


are on the planet.”

Pride and $Pirit> which /s different from that of other

Christopher Brito : "The

schools because it is as if you ore a part o f a loving, caring, and hilarious family.”

knowledge I gained to help myself make decisions.”

Justin D'Agostino M arauder Nation 2, 3, 4, Drama 4, Intromurols 3, 4. Stock M arket Club 1 ,2 , 3, 4, Italian Club 2, 3, 4, Student Council 4, Classics Club 2, N H S 4, Emmaus 240, Rugby 2, 3, 4

“ Whoever does not choose the best is lacking power, or in knowledge, or in goodness" -Goddfried Leibniz

Corey Davis Intramurals 1, M arauder Nation 1, Football 1, 2. 3, 4*. Indoor Track 3, Outdoor Track 2, 3

" The hardest thing to learn in life is which bridge to cross and which to burn. ” -David Russell

A lexander Diaz Morauder Nation 1 ,2 , 3, 4, Petrean 3, 4, Chess Q ub 2, Forensics 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 1 ,2 , 3, Petroc 3, Stock M arket Club 1, 2, 3. Clossics Club 1, 2, Senior Prom 4, Junior Prom 3. Medical C u b 1, 2, Spanish Club 1 ,2 ,3 * , 4, Spanish Honors Society 3, 4, Spanish Exchange 2, Pax C hrist/1, 2, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Emmaus 240

“ Do not follow where the path may lead. Go, instead, where there is no path and leave a trail." -Ralph Waldo Emerson

C hristopher Dietz Morauder Nation 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 3, 4, Student Council 1 ,2 ,3 , German C u b 2, 3, 4, Ski & Snowboard Club 2, 3, 4, German Exchange 3, Spanish Club 3, 4. Spanish Honors Society 4, Football 1, 2, Wrestling 3, Emmaus 240

“Strength does not come from winning. Your struggles develop your strengths. When you go through hardships and decide not to surrender, that is strength. ” —Arnold Schwarzenegger


Prep Men by Nature

Alexander Davis “Nothing has turned out as we expected. It never does. Life's under no obligation to give us what we expect W e take what we get and are thankful it's no worse than it is. ” —Gone W ith the Wind

Ronald De La Fuente Intramurals 1, Medical O ub 3, 4, Stock M orket Club 3, 4. Environmental Oub 3

“ You miss 100 percent o f the shots you never take. ” -Wayne Gretzky

M atthew DeSimone Celtic Oub 2, 3. 4, Dance Committee 3. Marauder Nation 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 3, 4. Stock M arket Oub 1, 2, 3. C L C 3, 4, Eastern Bloc 4, Italian Oub 1. 2, 3, Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4, Classics Club 3, Senior Prom 4, Junior Prom 3, Breaking Barriers 4, Pax Christi 3, 4, Baseball 1 ,2 ,3 , 4, C M T 4, Emmaus 242

Continuous effort -not strength or intelligence -is the key to unlocking our potential. -Winston Churchill


David DiCrisci Marauder Nation 1 .2 ,3 , 4, Intramurals 1 ,3 , 4, Stock M arket O ub 1 ,2 , Eastern Bloc 4, Lacrosse 2, 3, Emmaus 245

Michael DiCroce Stock Market Oub 1, 2, 3, 4, Italian Oub 1, 2, 3, 4, Model

U N 3, 4, Emmaus 241

er&s “ Stay far from timid. Only make moves when your heart is in it And live the phrase, the sky is the lim it" -Biggie Smalls

Paul Dimitrey Forensics 1, Intramurals 1, Medical Club 2 ,3 , 4, Stock Market O ub 3, 4. Ebony O ub 2, Environmental 2. 3. 4, Medical Oub 2 .3 ,4

An explanation of cause is not a justification by reason. -C.S. Lewis

“ W ith great power comes great responsibility. ” -Spider-Man

Ian Dingcong Filipino Society 3, 4, Emmaus 245

“Be not afraid of greatness: some are born great some achieve greatness, and some have greatness thrust upon them. ” -William Shakespeare

(Paul Seniors: D'Agostino-Dingcong


Alfred D obson Dance Com m itte 1, Morauder Nation 3, 4, Ebony Q ub 3, 4, Football 1 ,2 ,3 , 4, Indoor Track 3, 4, Outdoor Trock 3, 4, Emmaus 246

You win some...You lose some...But live...Live to fight another day” —Friday

D aniel Donaway Model United Nations 4, Computer Club 1,2, History C u b 1,2,3,4, Indoor Trock 3, Emmaus 240

'When you build bridges you can keep crossing them. ” -Rick Pitino

Brendan Dolaghan Football 1.2.3A. Celtic Club 1,2, Intromurals 1,2,3, Seinfeld 1, The Office Club 3, Marauder Nation 1,2,3,4, Video F X 1, Baseball 1,2,3,4, Emmous 242

‘Always be ready to speak your mind and a base man will avoid you. ” -William Blake

Peter Dougherty Art Club 1,2,3,4, Swimming 1,2,3,4, Emmaus 244

7 don't use drugs; my dreams are frightening enough. ” -M. C. Escher

M atthew Feeney Marauder Nation 1,2,3,4, A rt Club 3,4, C L C 4, Senior Prom 4, Junior Prom 3, Pax Christi 1,2,3,4, Soccer 1,2,3,4*, Emmaus 242

'Round here we talk just like lions But we sacrifice like lambs” -Counting Crows

Class o f 2010 W ills Kenny W a lte r leaves the glory

Brendan Gordon leaves his

of being a W a lter to his

swimming skills to Paul

brother, Joseph W alter.


Ryan G ordon leaves his

Justin B a rry leaves his

consistent optimism to all

incredible cross-country abilities


to Doug Payne.

Marauder Nation 1,2,3,4, Drama 3,4, Intramurals 1,2,3,4, ' C L C 4, Student Council 4, Football 1,2, Wrestling 1,2, Rugby 1,2,3,4*. Emmaus 240, C M T 4

'Wherever you go, go with all your heart -Confucius

Jonathan Fernandez C L C 4, Marauder Nation, Intramurals 1.2. Eastern Bloc 3,4, Model United Nations 2.3,4, Senior Prom 4Junior Prom 3, Breaking Barriers 3,4, Lacrosse 1,2,3, Em m aus 245, C M T 4

'You pick and choose based on a face, but it's all in the heart that carries weight* -August Burns Red

Ryan D onahue Joshua B a rry leaves his care for Marauder Nation 1,2,3,4, Celtic Club 1,2,3,4, Emmous 243

others to all the underclassmen.

Janek Zadroga leaves his beauty, intelligence, and German skills to Mark Zatta.

'Take a glimpse into time and watch the blimp read the world is mine." - Nas

Peter Dougherty leaves his artistic abilities to Peter Imus.

Tim othy Gonzalez leaves his baby face to Matthew Biscaldi

C hristian Ellett

Michael Evans

Em m ous 242

Marauder Nation 1,2,3,4, Italian Oub 2,3,4, Italian Exchonge 2,4, Rand 3,4, Ski ScSnowboard Club 2,3,4, Emmaus 245

“ W e have greatness within us; innovative, giving, determined -it's time for the best in us to come out” -Enter Shikari


“Change is nature. The part that we can influence. And it starts when we decide -Remy from Ratatouille


Joseph Feinstein Dance Commitee 1,2,3, M arauder Nation 1,2, Intramurals 1,2, Italian O ub 1,2,3, Video Game Oub 1,2, Campus shop 2,3,4, Volleyball 2,3, Emmaus 241

“Memory is a way o f holding onto the things you love, the things you are, the things you never want to lose." -Unknown

Jose Fernandez History Club 3, 4, Literama 4, Emmaus 245

‘Not by wrath does one kill, but by laughter.” -Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche

Dance Commitee 2, Marauder Nation 1,2, Intramurals ,2,3, Stock Market Club 2,3, Computer Oub 3,4, Volleyball 2, Emmaus 241

'To win without risk is to triumph without glory." -Corneille, Le Cid (1636)

Tim othy Flannery Marauder Nation 1,2,3,4, Stock Market Club 1,2,3,4, Fantasy Sports Oub 1,2,3,4, Football 2,3,4, Indoor Track 4, Outdoor Track 3,4, Emmaus 243

'There are two great motivators in life: fear and anger. ” -Coach Hansen

Justin Flores

Richard F ournier “ You cannot run away from a weakness; you must sometimes fight it out or perish. And if that be so, why not now, and where you stand?” -Robert Louis Stevenson

Bryan Jason Garsia D ance Commitee 1, 2 ,3 , 4, Marauder Nation 1. 2. 3, 4, Stock M arket Oub 3, Intramurals 3, 4, French Oub 2, 3, 4, Asian Society 1 ,2 , 3 , 4, Computer O ub 3, 4, Cam pus Shop 1, 2, 3, 4, Filipino Sodety 1, 2, 3, 4, Rugby 1, 2, 3, 4, Emmaus 242

‘'The ones who are leaders are those who don't want the praise or title o f a leader, but those who strive to become its definition” -Original

M ichael Fum ia “Be open to your dreams, people. Embrace that distant shore. Because our mortal journey is over all too soon” -David Assael

July Generoso Intramurals 1, Asian Sodety 4, Filipino Sodety 1, 2 , 3, - 9

“On stage I am the actor, director, and the bouncer all at the same time. Fear does not exist..” -Dane Cook


Shane Goetz Celtic O ub 4, Forensics

“ The woods are lovely, dark and deep, But I have promises to keep, And miles to go before I sleep, And miles to go before I sleep. ” -Robert Frost


Prep Men by Nature

Chike Gomez Ebony Oub 1 ,2 .3 , 4, Football 1, 2 , 3, 4, Wrestling 1 3

“Sports do not build character. They reveal it ” -Heywood Broun


John Flynn

James Forker

Em m aus 243, C M T 4

jrals 3, 4, C LC 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Emmaus 243, CM T 4

<^s If you're going to play at all, you're out to win. Baseball, board games, playing Jeopardy, I hate to lose. ” -Derek Jeter

r Ardley Fuqua

“And it'll happen once again, I'll turn to a friend, Someone that understands, Sees through the master plan, But everybody's gone, And I've been here for too long" -Blink 182

James G ardner

Ebony Club 3, 4*, Football 1

If you want to be respected, you must respect yourself. ” -Spanish Proverb

B enjam in Glassen M arauder Nation 1 ,2 , 3, 4, Drama 3, 4, Forensics 4, Intramurals 1 ,2 ,3 , 4, Petroc 1 ,2 ,3 , 4, Stock M arket Qub 1 ,2 , 3 , Environmental Qub 2, 3, 4, Breaking Barriers 4, Tennis 1. 2, Emmaus 241

“Quote me as being misquoted” -Groucho Marx

“ W e can aspire to anything, but we don't get it just 'cause we want it I would rather spend my life close to the birds than waste it wishing I had wings. ” -Eli Attie, House M.D.

Conner Gleason Ski & Snowboord Qub 2, 3, 4, Video Game Qub 1, Wrestling Qub 1, Fencing 2, 3, 4

“If you don't risk anything you risk even more. ” -Erica Jong

Tim othy Gonzalez Marauder Nation 1, 2, 3, 4*. Soccer 1, 2*. 3, 4*, Celtic Club 1, 2, 3, N H S 4, Petrean 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 3. 4*, Indoor Track 2, Eastern Bloc 4, C L C 3, 4, C M T 4, Emmaus 243, Pax Christi 3, 4, Spanish Honors Society 3, 4, Stock M arket Club 3, Emmaus 243

“And remember, no matter where you go, there you are” —Confucius

Senior: Flores-Gonzalez 7 3

Describe yourself in one word. Chesley Bow ers: “ Supportive”

C hristopher D ietz: “Am aze1

M ichael Blicharz: “ BIT

Tim othy Gonzalez: “ Hmmm,

B rendan G ordon Intramurals 3. 4. C L C 4, C M T 4. Mission Drive 3. 4, Spanish Club 3, 4, Breaking Barriers 3. 4. Campus Shop 2, Pax Christi 2, 3. 4, Indoor Track 1. Swimming 2, 3, 4, Emmaus 246, C M T 4

'It's not who you are underneath, but what you do that defines you" -Christian Bale (Batman Begins)

M atthew G rapstul

Geoffrey Hackler

Emmaus 245, C M T 4 Marauder Nation 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, German Club 3, 4, Emmaus 244

“ For to be free is not merely to cast off one's chains, but to live in a way that respects and enhances the freedom of others. ” -Nelson Mandela

A ndrew Hayes Intramurals 2, 3, 4, French Club 2, 3, 4*, Senior Prom 4, Junior Prom 3, Environmental O ub 4, History Oub 3, 4, Indoor Track 1. Soccer 1 ,2 , 3 , 4, Fencing 2, Emmaus 242

“ Impossible is just a big word thrown around by small men who find it easier to live in a world they've been given than to explore the power they have to change it " -Unknown

'The man who complains about the way the ball bounces is likely the one who dropped ft.” -Lou Holtz

Angel H ector Stock Market Club 4, Engineering Club 3, 4, Junior Prom 3; Wrestling 1 ,2

“Nothing gives one person so much advantage over another as to remain always cool and unruffled under all circumstances." -Thomas Jefferson

D ucarm el H yacinthe

Kevin Innis

Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Indoor Track 2. 3, 4, Outdoor Track 2, 3, 4

Intramurals 1, Classics Oub 1, 2, Marauder Nation 1 ,2 , 3, 4, Football 1 ,2 , 3, 4*. Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4*. Baseball 1

“No longer will I wake up and my dreams just vanish, its starin' right at me I must take advantage. Hard work pays off, you get what you put in. So why stop now? Gotta keep pushin'" -Juelz Santana

'One never notices what has been done; one can only see what remains to be done. ” -Marie Curie

Ryan G ordon

Adam Governale

Cektic Oub 3, 4, Petreon 4*. Stock M orket Club 1. 2, 3. Forensics 4, C L C 3, 4, French Club 3, 4, Senior Prom 4, Junior Prom 3, Spanish Club 3, Breoking Barriers 3, 4*. Musical 3, 4, Spanish Honors Society 3, 4, Campus Shop 1 ,2 , 3, Liturgical Choir 4, Pax Christi 3, 4, Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4* Emmaus 246, C M T 4

Marouder Notion 1, 2, 3, 4, Forensics 1, 2, 3, 4*, Intramurals 2, 3, Petroc 1, 2, 3*, 4*. Stock M arket Club 1, 2, Italian Club 1, Emmous 240 , N H S 4, Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4, Emmaus 240

“ There are places I’ll remember; All my life though some have changed; Some forever not for better; Some have gone and some remain; All these places have their moments...In my life I've loved them all." -The Beatles

“ W e keep moving forward, opening up new doors and doing new things, because we're curious...and curiosity keeps leading us down new paths. -W alt Disney

M arc H an n a

Eddie H arold

Marauder Nation 3, 4, C L C 4, C M T 4, Boseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Emmaus 240

Dance Committee 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 2, 3, Emmaus 246

'Be brave and do what needs to be done. -Rudyard Kipling

'You do your best work if you do a job that makes you happy." -Bob Ross

Zachary H elm ing

Johnathan Hladik

“I love deadlines. I especially like the whooshing sound they make as they go flying by." -Douglas Adams

Celtic Oub 1, 2, 3, 4, Marauder Nation 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 1 ,2 ,3 , 4, Italian Oub 1 ,2 ,3 , 4, Medical Club 4, Fantasy Sports Oub 1 ,2 ,3 , 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3*, 4*. Baseball 1 ,2 ,3 , 4*

“A winner is someone who recognizes his God-given talents, works his tail o ff to develop them into skills, and uses these skills to accomplish his goals.” -Larry Bird

Sequan Jackson

Describe yourself in one word G abriel Kitam ura: “ Huage.”

Joshua Barry: “ Dedicated.

Jam es Shovlin: “Shov-tastic.

Michael W rig h t: “ Blessed.

Ebony Club 4, Senior Prom 4, Spanish Honors Society 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Emmaus 246

'Be careful that victories do not carry the seed of future defeats. ” -Ralph W . Sockman


M atthew Julian

M atthew Kaczor

Marauder Nation 1, 2, 3. 4, Intramurals 1 ,2 . 3. 4*. Stock M arket Qub 3, C L C 4, German Club 2, 3. 4*. German Exchange 3, Fantasy Sports Club 1, 2. 3, Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4*. Emmaus 243, C M T 4

Cross Country 9, 10, 11, Indoor Track 9, French Q ub 10, I f , 12. National Honor Society 12, Emmaus 246

"Imagine there's no countries It isn't hard to do Nothing to kill or die for And no religion too Imagine all the people Living life in peace" -John Lennon

“A life is not important except in the impact it has on other lives. ” -Jackie Robinson

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Jay K aufm an

John K aufm ann

Football 2, 3. 4. Basketball 2. 4

Student Council 3, 4 , C M T 4, C L C 3, 4, Emmaus 241, 247,

“ Build up your weaknesses until they become your strong points. ” -Knute Rockne

Environmental Qub 4, Intramurals 2, 3, 4 Italian Exchange 2, Italian Q ub 1, 2, 3, 4, Marauder Nation 1 ,2 , 3, 4, Ski St I Snowboard C u b 2, 3, 4, Stock M arket Q ub 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Indoor Track 1, 2

“Hide not your talents, they for use were made. W hat's a sun-dial in the shade?” -Benjamin Franklin

Zaen Khawaja

Jesse Kickey

“Let the beauty you love be what you do. There are a thousand ways to kneel and kiss the earth ” -Jalal ad-din Muhammad Rumi

“For they can conquer who believe they can.” -Ralph Waldo Emerson

P arker K olodka Volleyball 1, 2, 3*. 4 *. Emmaus 2 4 0

It is better to keep your mouth closed and let people think you are a fool than to -Mark Twain


Prep Men by Nature

Michael K ahrer Celtic Oub 1. Intramurals 1 ,2 .3 . 4, Stock Market dub 2. 3. Baseball 1.2. 3. Emmaus 242, C M T 4

"I'm the one that has to die when its time for me to die, so let me live my life, the way i want to" -Jimi Hendrix

N athaniel Keating

Johnny Kelley

Forensics 4, Band 4, Engineering Oub 4

Marauder Nation 4, Drama 4, Forensics 4, Student Council 3, 4, German Oub 2, 3, 4, German Exchange 3. Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Rugby 4, Emmaus 246

“ Think not those faithful who praise all thy words and actions; but those who kindly reprove thy faults. ” -Socrates

Jonathan Kijne Spanish Honors Society 3, 4, G o lf 1, 2 .3 , 4*. Emmaus 241

".../et no feeling o f discouragement prey upon you, and in the end you are sure to succeed. ” -Abraham Lincoln

James Kuklinski C L C 4, Student Council 1, 2, 3,*4, Oassics Oub 1. 2, 3, 4, Bond 1 . 2 . 3. *4, Ja z z Band 1. 2 .3 , 4. Musical 3. 4, Cross Country 2, 3, Lacrosse 1 ,2 . 3, Indoor Track 1, Emmaus 245, 251, C M T 4

" If I made you laugh, you're welcome. If I made you cry, I'm sorry. If I changed your life, chances are you've done the same.” -Original

Gabriel Kitam ura Marauder Nation 1 ,2 ,3 , 4, Intramurols 3, 4, Stock Market Oub 1 ,2 . 3. 4. Italian Oub 2. 3. 4. Model U N 1 ,2 , S k it, Snowboard Oub 2, 3, 4, Video Game Oub 1, Pax Christi 3, 4, Swimming 1, 2 ,3 , 4, Emmaus 240, C M T 4

“ Tu ne cede malis, sed contra audentior /to. Yield not to misfortunes, but advance all the more boldy against them. ” -Virgil, The Aeneid

John Kuntz “A human being has a natural desire to have more of a good thing than he needs. ” -Mark Twain

“I f m usic be the food o f love, play on; Give m e excess o f it, that, surfeiting, The appetite may sicken, and so die. That strain again! it had a dying fall: 0 , it cam e o'er m y ear like the sweet sound That breathes upon a bank o f violets. Stealing and giving odour!" -W illiam Shakespeare


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Seniors: Julian-Kuntz n

M ichael Kurasz

Jake K ushnir

Marauder Nation 1 ,2 , 3, 4, Stock M arket Club 4, Computer Club 4

Emmaus 245

“ The difference between a successful person and others is not a lack of strength, not a lack o f knowledge, but rather in a lack o f will." -Vince Lombardi

'M ay the best o f your todays be the worst o f your tomorrows" -Jay Z

Zachary Lanning

Dominick Lanzellotti

M arauder Nation 1, 2, 3, 4 * Drama 3. 4, Intramurals 1, 2,

Drama 3, 4, Intramurals 1 ,2 , 3, 4, Italian O ub 1, 2, 3, 4, Senior Prom 4, Junior Prom 3, Football 1, Rugby 1 ,2 , 3, 4* Emmaus 242

3, 4, Petroc 1 ,3 , 4, Video F X 3, 4, Literama 3, 4, Football 1,

2, Rugby 1, 2, 3, 4*. Emmaus 240, C M T 4

“ / pray for the strength to change what I can, the inability to accept what I can't and the incapacity to tell the difference. ” -Calvin from Calvin and Hobbes by Bill Waterson

“I can accept failure, everyone fails at something. But I can't accept not trying. -Michael Jordan


John Leadbeater 7 want to stay as close to the edge as I can without going over. Out on the edge you see all kinds of things you can't see from the center. ” -Kurt Vonnegut

Andrew Lee Marauder Nation 1 ,2 , Forensics 1, Intramurals 1, 2, Model U N 2, The Office Oub 4, Video Game Oub 1, History Oub 1 ,2 , 3, 4, Stage Crew 2

'I don't believe in an eye for an eye, I believe in TWO eyes for an eye ” -Bas Rutten.

“ W e shall not fail or falter; we shall not weaken or tire...Givb us the tools and we will finish the job.” -Sir Winston Churchill

Joseph LaBarbera Morauder Nation 1. 2, 3, 4, C L C 4. Musical 1. 2, 3. 4, Pox Christi 1, 2, 3*. 4*. Stage Crew 1, Emmaus 245, Indoor Track 1, 2, Emmaus 245, C M T 4

“No man is an island, entire of itself every man is a piece of the continent, t part of the main ” -John Donne

Faisal Latif Medical Club 1, 4, Engineering Q ub 4, Computer Club 4, Indoor Track 1

‘Don't tap out..fight until the end’ -Jeremiah

M atthew Lavin Marauder Nation 1 ,2 , 3, 4, Senior Prom 4, Celtic Club 1, 2, 3, Fontasy Sports Qub 3. Emmaus 245

“I don't know the key to success, but the key to failure is trying to please everybody. -Bill Cosby

R obert Liccardo Marauder Nation 1 ,2 , 3 , 4, Petroc 2, Stock M arket Club 3, 4, Italian Club 2, 3, 4, Emmaus 245

A man who doesn't spend time with his family can never be a real man" -The Godfather

Italian Q ub 2, 3, 4, Italian Exchange 2, 4, Swimming 2, 3, Rugby 1 ,2 , 3, 4, Emmaus 245

'Your life is an occasion. Rise to it —Dustin Hoffman

David Lipyanka Morauder Nation 1 ,2 , 3, 4, Italian Club 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Emmaus 242

“Pain is temporary. It may last a minute, or an hour, or a day, or a year, but eventually it will subdue and something else will take its place. If I quit however, it lasts forever.” -Lance Armstrong

Intramurals 3, 4, C L C 4, History Qub 3* 3*. Culinary Qub 3, Pax Christi 3, 4, Ice Hockey 1, 2, Lacrosse 1, Football 1, Emmaus 241, C M T 4

“I have as much authority as the Pope, I just don't have as many people who believe ■George Carlin

David Longo “ Be who you are and say what you feel, because those who mind don't matter and those who matter don't mind.’> -Dr. Seuss

Stephen M allardi

Vito M anente

“Power never takes a back step -only in the face o f more power. ” -Malcolm X

Marauder Nation 1, 2, Italian O ub 2, 3, Junior Prom 3, Football 1

“Let no man pull you low enough to hate him.” -Martin Luther King Jr.

M ichael M artucci

M atthew Mazzari

M arauder Nation 1, 2, 3, 4. Intramurals 1 ,2 ,3 , Stock M arket O ub 2, 3, Italian dub 1, Model U N 2, 3 , Baseball dub 1. 2, 3, 4, Fantasy Sports Oub 1, 2, 3. 4, H istory Oub 2, 3, 4, Baseboll 1, 2, 3, 4*, Emmaus 2 40

Marauder Nation 1, 2, 3. 4, Drama 2, 3, 4 . Forensics 1 ,2 , 3, 4*. Petroc 1, 4, N H S 4 , Emmaus 240, Tennis 2, 3, 4 *

"The thing that fears the man the most is what he isnt ordered to do. ” -Clint Eastwood


“All the great things are simple, and many can be expressed in a single word: freedom, justice, honor, duty, mercy, hope.” -Winston Churchill.


Christopher McKnight

Gianni McLaughlin

Ebony Oub 2, 3, 4*. Junior Prom 3

“ W hat's money? A man is a success if he gets up in the morning and goes to bed at night and in between does what he wants to do. -Bob Dylan

“Imagination is the beginning o f creation. You imagine what you desire, you will what you imagine and at last you create what you will. ” -George Bernard Shaw

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Prep Men by Nature


Enrique Lopez III “ / don't think necessity is the mother of invention -invention, in my opinion, arises directly from idleness, possibly also from laziness. To save oneself trouble. ” -Agatha Christie

O m air Malik Intramurals 1. 2. Medical Oub 2. 3. 4, Stock Market Oub 2, Model U N 4. Engineering Oub 1. 2. Computer Club 3, Rugby 2. 3. 4

s “ The significance of a man is not in what he attains but in what he longs to attain.” -Kahlil Gibran

Nicholas Mangone

Tevin M anning

Marauder Nation 1 .2 .3 . 4, Intramurals 3. 4. C L C 4, C M T 4, Spanish Honors Society 3. 4, Emmaus 243. Lacrosse 1, 2, 3*. 4*

Morouder Nation 1. 2. 3. 4. Intramurals 1. 2. Medical Oub 3. Ebony Oub 2. 3. 4. Senior Prom 4. Junior Prom 3, Football 2. 3, 4. Indoor Track 1, 3, 4, Outdoor Tack 3, 4

“Success is the ability to go from one failure to another with no loss of enthusiasm. ” -Sir Winston Churchill

" Opportunity is missed by most people because it is dressed in overalls and looks like work.” -Thomas A. Edison

Gary M cC ann

Jonathan McCarthy

Marauder Nation 1 ,2 ,3 , 4, Celtic Oub 3, 4. C L C 3, 4. Model U N 3, 4. Breaking Barriers 3, 4, History O ub 2, 3. 4. Culinary Oub 3, 4

“Imagination is the beginning of creation. You imagine what you desire, you will what you imagine and at last you create what you will.” -George Bernard Shaw

“ When your life flashes before your eyes, make sure you've got plenty to watch." -Unknown

Kieran McNamara Celtic Oub 1. 2, 3, 4, Marauder Nation 1, 2, 3. 4. Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4, German Oub 2, 3, 4, German Exchange 3. Pax Christi 3, 4, Rugby 2, 3 ,4 , Emmaus 243

er$£> "/ care not what others think of what I do, but I care very much about what I think of what I do! that is character!“ -Theodore Roosevelt

Tim othy M ernar

C onnor Metcalfe

Marauder Nation 1, 2. 3.4*. Intramurals 3. 4, C L C 1, 2. 3, 4. C ross Country 1. 2, 3.4*. Indoor Track 1, 2. 3. 4, Emmaus 245

Intramurals 1. 2. Stock Market C u b 1. 2. Marauder Notion 3, 4. Emmaus 245

G'§sS “M ay the wind always be at your back, and the sun always upon your face, and may the wings o f destiny carry you aloft to dance with the stars. I love you Dad."

"Let's take the good times as they come, and I'll meet you further up the road." -Bruce Springsteen

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John M onti

Patrick M oran

“ Whatever gets you through the night It's alright It's alright ” -John Lennon

M arauder Nation 1, 2, 3,4*, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, C L C 3i ■ 4, Fantasy Sports Qub 1 ,2 ,3 , 4, Spanish Honor Society 3, Pax Christi 3, 4, Bowling 4, Emmaus 243

“People may doubt what you say, but they will always believe what you do.” -Matthew 12:33


Christopher M usarra

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Julian N akar

Spanish Honor Society 3

" Live neither in the past nor in the future, but let each day's work absorb your entire energies, and satisfy your widest ambition.” -Sir William Osier

“Actions lie louder than words. ” -Carolyn Wells





Terrance O'Donnell Celtic Qub 1. Medical Q ub 3, 4, Petroc 1, Stock M arket Q ub 3, 4. Environmental Q ub 3, 4. Video Game Qub 1, Emmaus 241

“Freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction. W e didn't pass it to our children in the bloodstream. It must be fought for, protected, and handed on for them to do the same. ” -Ronald Reagan

Dillon O rm inston Morauder Nation 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 2, Football 1*. 2 , 3, 4*. Emmaus 2 43

“Am I my brother's keeper? ...God- Dam right you should know I'm a soldier. GodDam right you can lean on my shoulder. God- Dam right I'll be there till its over “ -Styles P, D-Block


Reece M inerley

Elliott Montalvan

"You are you, playing chess with yourself, and again you have checkmated yourself. You are the referee. To thine one self be true or you spoil the game" -Robert Heinlein

Chess C u b 1, 3, Forensics 1, 4, Intramurals 2. 3. Medical C u b 2*. 3 *, 4*. C L C 4, Marauder Notion 3. 4, Spanish C u b 1. 2, Breaking Barriers 4. Campus Shop 2, 3, *4, Pax Christi 3, Emmous 246

“/ am balancing careful and steady, reveling in energy that everyone is emitting" -Jason Mraz "Make It M ine"

K enan M ori arty

M atthew M urphy

Celtic C u b 1 ,2 , 3. *4, Intramurals 1, 2, Medical C u b *3, *4, C L C 4, French C u b 3, 4 ,Pax Christi 3, 4, G o lf 1, 2, 3, *4, Emmaus 2 42,248

Dance Committee 1, Marauder Nation 1, 2. 3, 4 Stock Market C u b 1, 2, 3 Model U N 3 German C u b 2, 3, 4 German Excahnge 3 History C u b 1, 2, 3, 4* Pax Christi 4 Wrestling 1 ,2 ,3 , Emmaus 240

“The world is my country, all mankind are my brethren, and to do good is my religion. ” -Thomas Paine

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R obert Niemczyk

“It's alright, man, I'm only bleeding, man. Stay hungry, stay free, And do the best you can." -The Gaslight Anthem


Justin Niscia

Eastern Bloc 3, 4 German C u b 3, 4 German Exchange 3, Emmaus 241

Marauder Nation 1 ,2 , 3. 4 Intramurals 1 Stock Market Club 1, 2 Medical C u b 4 Ice Hockey 1 ,2 , 3, 4 Lacrosse 3, Emmaus 245

‘You have your way. I have my way. As for the right way, the correct way, and the only way, it does not exist" -Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche

"The truth is more important than the facts." -Frank Lloyd Wright

Edwin Ortiz

Raphael Ortiz

Intramurals 1, 4, C L C 4, Mission Drive 3, 4*. Spanish C u b 1, 2 , 3, 4*, Fantasy Sports C u b 2, 3, 4, Pax Christi 3. 4, Football I 1, 2, Swimming 2, 3, 4, Emmaus 246

“Indeed, religion with contenment is a great gain. For we brought nothing into the world, just as we shall not be able to take anything out o f i t ” -Timothy 6:6-7


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Italian Exchange 2, Marauder Nation 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4*, Basketball 1 ,2, 3. Emmaus 246

"Believe deep down in your heart that you're destined to do great things." -Joe Paterno

D arren P ardo “Don't aim for success if you want it; just do what you love and believe in, and it will come naturally." -David Frost

David Park ggt

Petroc 2, 3, 4, Stock M arket Club 1. 2. 3. C L C 4, Bend 1. 2, 3, 4*. German Club 2. 3. 4. German Exchange 3. Filipino Society 4, J a z z Bond 1. 2. 3, 4, Independent Film Society 1

“ The only man who never makes a mistake is the man who never does anything." -Theodore Roosevelt

F rank Pestana “If we all did the things we are capable of doing, we would literally astound ourselves. ” -Thomas A. Edison

W illiam Polovsky M arauder Notion 1. 2, 3, 4. Intromurals 1 ,2 . 3, 4. Stock M arket Oub 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball Oub 1, 2, 4, Fantasy Sports

Club 1 ,2 , 3 , 4, Football 1 ,2 , 3, 4

You may delay, but time will not -Benjamin Franklin

Ryan Purcell

Patrick Rabiecki

Celtic Oub 1, Marauder Nation 1, Intromurals 4. A rt Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Model U N 2, Independent Film Society 1, 2, 3. Rugby 2, 3. 4. G o lf 1

C L C 1, Cross Country 1, Indoor Track 1

<r$ss “ One should go invited to a friend in good fortune, and uninvited in misfortune. ” -Swedish Proverb

Saad Riaz

Prep Men by Nature

GT&S “No one is useless in this world who lightens the burdens o f another -Charles Dickens

M ark Rivas

Intromurals 1, 2, Medical Oub 3. 4, Model U N 4, Environmental Oub 3, Medical Club 3. 4, Spanish Honor Society 3, 4, Computer Club 4, Indoor Trock 3, 4

Marauder Nation 2. Intramurals 1, 2. Ebony Oub 2, Spanish O ub 1 ,2 , 3, Video Game Oub 1, Football 1, 2 ,3 . 4. Indoor Track 3, Outdoor Track 3

"W e have one life; it soon will be past; what we do for God is all that will last ” -Muhammad Ali “ The Greatest of All Time"

“If it weren't for the last minute, nothing would get done. ” -Anonymous

Jonathan Pena

Alexander Perez

Dance Committee 1, Intramurals 4, Video Gome Club 1, Environmental Qub 4, Football 1, 3, Indoor Track 1, 2, Outdoor Track 1, 2, Volleyball 2

Marauder Notion 1 ,2 , 3 , 4 Intramurals 1 ,2 , 3. 4 Slock Market Qub 2, 3 Ski ond Snowboard Club 2, 3, 4 Football 1, 2 Volleyball 2, 3. 4

“ W hat you do with change makes or breaks you -stop, reexamine, then take control o f your destiny. ” -Original

“Life is what happens to you while you're busy making other plans. ” -John Lennon

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Patrick P indar Marauder Nation 1, 2, 3, 4, Stock M arket Club 2, 3, 4, Spanish Honor Society 4

“Mastering others is strength. Mastering yourself makes you fearless." -Lao Tzu

Sunny R ithatha Indo/Pak Club 2, 3, Student Council 1, Junior Prom 3, Bowling 3, 4

M atthew Porter Marauder Notion 1 ,2 ,3 , 4, Medical Club 3, 4, Ebony Qub 4, Engineering Qub 3, Junior Prom 3, Lacrosse 1, 2, Basketball 1,2, 3, 4

G'&S “However beautiful the strategy, you should occasionally look at the results. ” -Sir Winston Churchill

Essa Riaz “ You always forget the things you want to remember and always remember the things you want to forget!f” -Original

“Do not dwell in the past, do not dream of the future, concentrate the mind on the present moment ” -Buddha


A drian Rivera " When we see men o f worth, we should think of equaling them; when we see men of a contrary character, we should turn inwards and examine ourselves. ” -Confucius

D arren Rivera Anime Q ub 3, Drama 3. 4, Forensics 2 ,3 , 4, Art Qub 2, Italian Qub 1, Monty Python Qub 3, Video F X 3, 4, Culinary Club 3, *4, Filipino Society 3

“ W rite injuries in dust, benefits in marble." -Benjamin Franklin

Seniors: Pardo-Rivera


M ichael Rizzo

M atthew Roake

Academic Bowl Teom 3. Petrean 4, Petroc 3, 4, Italian Oub 2, 3. 4, Oossics O ub 2, Bond 4. Engineering Oub 2, 3, Notional Honor Society 4*. Emmaus 2 46

Celtic Oub 3, 4, Marauder Notion 1, 2, 3, 4, Petroc 1, 2, Celtic Oub 3, 4, Environmental Club 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 1, Emmaus 245, C M T 4

“ W e fe w , w e h a p p y fe w , w e b a n d o f b ro th e rs , F o r

h e to d a y w h o s h e d s h is b lo o d w ith m e s h a ll b e m y b ro th e r, B e h e n e 'e r s o vile, th is d a y s h a ll g e n tle h is c o n d itio n , a n d g e n tle m e n in E n g la n d n o w

“I hope that I may always desire more than I can accomplish." -Michelangelo Buonarroti

a b e d s h a ll th in k th e m s e lv e s a c u r s e d th e y w ere n o t h e re , a n d h o ld th e ir m a n h o o d s c h e a p w h ilst a n y s p e a k s , th a t fo u g h t w ith u s u p o n S t C ris p in 's d a y. ” - W illi a m S h a k e s p e a r e , H e n r y V

Renato Rodrigues

John Roldan

Petroc 1, Stock M orket Club 3, 4, Environmental O ub 3, 4. Video Game Club 1, Emm ous 241

Filipino Society 2, 3, 4

“Today I consider myself the luckiest man on the face o f the Earth. ” -Lou Gehrig

“ Who overcomes by force hath overcome but half his foe/’ -John Milton

Philippe Sabater

H assan Saleem

Indo/Pok 1, Intramurrals 3, Filipino Society 1, 2, 3, 4*, Wrestling 1, 2, 3

Environmental O ub 3, Medical Oub 3, 4, Model U N 4, Indoor Track 1, 3

<^S) “I want to know Gods thoughts....all the rest are just details " -Albert Einstein

C hristo p h er Savitsky Marauder Nation 1, 2, 3, 4, Petroc 2, Stock M arket Club 1, 2, Celtic Club 1, Eastern Bloc 3, 4*. Ice Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4

“A closed mind is a good thing to lose. ’ -Anonymous

Be not afraid of greatness: some are born great, some achieve greatness, and some have greatness thrust upon them. -William Shakespeare

Eric Schaefer Jr Intramurals 2 Marauder Nation 1, 2, 3, 4 Football 1 Baseball 1, 2, 3, *4, Emmaus 241

“He who is not courageous enough to take risks will accomplish nothing in life. ” -Muhammad Ali

Ronald Roberts Jr. Basketball 3, 4

“Obstacles don't have to stop you. If you run into a wall, don't turn around and give up. Figure out how to climb it, go through it, or work around it ” -Michael Jordan

N ikko Roy Dance Committee 3, Asian Society 3, 4, Junior Prom 3, Environmental Club 4, Breaking Barriers 4, Filipino Society 2, 3, 4

Kyle Robinson C LC 1, 2, Marauder Nation 1 ,2, 3, 4, Spanish Honor Society 3, 4, Emmaus 240

'Work hard, play hard, party hard. -Anonymous

A nthony Rutkowski Intramurals 2, 3, 4, Senior Prom 4, Engineering C u b 1, 2, Junior Prom 3, Ski and Snowboard Club 2, 3, 4, Bowling 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 2, Emmaus 242

‘Anyone can be “da boi" but no one can be Nikko Roy. ” -Original

‘Man is what he believes. -Anton Chekhov

Christopher Sankat

Rickie Santana

Marauder Nation 1, Stock M arket Club 3, 4, Asion Society 3, 4*. Computer Club 4*. Culinary Qub 3, 4, Engineering Qub 3, 4*. Wrestling 1 ,2 , 3, 4, Emmaus 244

Stock M arket Qub 3. 4, Computer Qub 3, 4, Video Game

Q ub 1 ,2 , Computer Qub 3, 4, Emmaus 241

“He who wishes to secure the good of others, has already secured his own.” -Confucius

‘A pessimist sees the difficulty in every opportunity; an optimist sees the opportunity in every difficulty. ” -Winston Churchill

Angelo Scianni

Daniel Seara

Marauder Nation 1, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4

'There is no duty we so much underrate as the duty o f being happy.” -Robert Louis Stevenson

Marauder Nation 1 ,2 ,3 , 4, Intramurrals 4, C LC 3, 4, Junior Prom 3, Senior Prom 4, Spanish Club 3, 4, Spanish Honor Society 3, Spanish Exchonge 3, Stage Crew 1 ,2 ,3 , 4, Indoor Track 2 , 3, G o lf 3, 4, Emmaus 243, C M T 4

“ W e walked the floor, the sun, the rise W e packed our bags and waved goodbye W e drove into a great sunset and lived a life with no regret ” -Hit The Ligh ts

Jeremy Selecky

James Shovlin

M arauder Notion 2, 3, 4. Stock Morket Club 3, C L C 3, Spanish O ub 2, 3, 4, Spanish Honors society 3. 4. Science O ub 4. Pax Christi 3, Emmaus 243. Baseball 2, 3. 4. Emmaus 243

Celtic Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Marauder Nation 1, 2, 3, 4*. 1 Intramurals 1. 2, 3. 4*. Stock Market Oub 1, 2. 3, 4. C L C j 3. 4. Seinfeld Oub 2. Breaking Barriers 4, Spanish Honors

Sodety 4. N H S 4, Pax Christi 3, 4, Emmaus 243. Lacrosse 1, 2, 3. 4, Indoor Track 1, 2, 3, 4

“M y father taught me that the only way you can make good at anything is to practice, and then practice some more.” -Pete Rose

“Carry the battle to them. Don't let them bring it to you. Put them on the defensive and don't ever apologize for anything.” -Harry Truman

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Jonathan Spivack

Celtic O ub 2. 3. Marauder Nation 1 ,2 ,3 . 4, C L C 2. 3, Germon O ub 3, Emmaus 242, Cross Country 1 ,2 , 3, Lacrosse 1, 2, 3*. 4*. Indoor Track 1, 2, 3

M arauder Nation 3 , 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Wrestling 2, 3, j Emmaus 242

«*&£> “ Bod days happen to everyone, but when one happens to you, just keep doing your best and never let a bad day make you feel bad about yourself’ — Big Bird, Sesame Street


" Life has taught me to think, but thinking has not taught me how to live.n -Alexander Ivanovich Herzen


Lir C hristo p h er Taglieri The fact that man knows right from wrong proves his intellectual superiority to other creatures; but the fact that he can do wrong proves his moral inferiority to any creature that cannot -Mark Twain

1 Kevin Tolentino Marauder Nation 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 2, Band 2. Engineering Oub 3. Environmental Oub 4, Medical Oub 4, Video Game Oub 3, History O ub 3. Basketball 2 ,3 , 4. t Emmaus 242

“Our greatest glory is not never falling, but in rising every time we fall." -Confucius


Thom as T ulp Jr. Forensics 4, Stock Morket Oub 1. 2, 3. 4. Italian O ub 1, 2,

K ristian-N eil U rbina | Culinary Oub 2. Filipino Sodety 1 .2 , 3, 4

3, 4, Stage Crew 3. 4, Drama 1, 2, 3, 4, Model U N 2, 3, 4,

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If you're gonna dream, why not dream big? It's free! —Anonymous

“/ can do all things through Him who strengthens me” -Philippians 4:13

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Joseph Sisti

Intramurals 4, Stock M arket Club 1 ,2 ,3 , 4, Engineering C u b 2, 3, Environmental C u b 4, Computer C u b 4*. History C u b 1, Spanish Honors Society 3. N H S 4, Independent Film Society 2, 3, Emmaus 240, Indoor Track 1, 2

Italian Club 2, 3, 4, Italian Exchange 4, M onty Python Cub 1. Ski & Snowboard C u b 3, 4, Environmental club 4, History C u b 3, 4, Fencing 2, 3, 4


“Nobody gets to live life backwards, look ahead, that is where your future lies. ” -Ann Landers

“Save your notes, don't spend 'em on the blues boy” -Bruce Springsteen

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Alan Stickno Marauder Nation 1 ,2 , 3 , 4, Italian C u b 2, 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Rugby 3, 4, Baseball 2

Marauder Nation 1 ,2 ,3 , 4, German C u b 2, 3, 4. Secret Agent C u b 3, German Exchange 3, Cross Country 1 ,2 ,3 , 4, Indoor Trock 1 ,2 ,3 , Outdoor Trock 1 ,2 ,3

“ Great works are performed not by strength but by perseverance” -Dr. Samuel Johnson

“If a man hasn't discovered something that he will die for, he isn't fit to live” -Martin Luther King Jr.


Kevin Tuites

Sergio Torres

Celtic C u b 2, Marauder Nation 1, Intramurals 1, Italian C u b | 3, Spanish C u b 3, Spanish Honors Society 3

Video F X 3, 4, Environmental C u b 3, Breaking Barriers 4 Campus Shop 1, 2, Culinary C u b 3, 4, Stage Crew 2, Volleyball 3 . 4, Fencing 1, 2, Secret Agent C u b 3, 4

ir f s “Life's a garden...dig it!!!” -Joe Dirt

“ Only passions, great passions, can elevate the soul to great things. ” -Denis Diderot

Michael Valentinsson

Nicolas Vazquez

Medical C u b 4, Environmental 3, 4, Marauder Notion 1 ,2 ,3 , 4, Emmaus 241

Sponish C u b 3, 4, Video Game C u b 1, History C u b 3, Spanish Honors Society 3, 4, Indoor Track 1, 2. 3, 4, Outdoor Track 1, 2, 3, 4


“Abundance is, in large part, an attitude. ” -Sue Patton Thoele

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Michael Vallavicencio

Forensics 4, Intromurals 4, Slock M arket Club 1. 2, 3, 4, Asian Society 2. 3, 4*. German Oub 2, 3, 4, German Exchange 3, Computer Oub 1. 2. Lacrosse 1, 2, Emmaus 246

Band 1. 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4. Marauder Nation 1, 2, 3, 4, Emmaus 246

'Wisdom begins in wonder. -Socrates

4Always exert your every best until you reach your own Everest ” -Leo Oracion

Theodore Weinberg

A nthony W ilkins

Model U .N 1, Indoor Track 1, 2, Outdoor Track 1, 2 , 3, 4, Fencing 3, 4

'Believe you can and you're halfway there. ” -Theodore Roosevelt

Football 1, 2. 3. 4

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M ichael Yager

Intramurals 1, 2, 3. 4, M arauder Nation 1 ,2 , 3, 4*. Petroc 1 ,2 ,3 , Literama 2, Breaking Barriers 4, Ice Hockey 1 ,2 ,3 , Lacrosse 1, 2 ,3 , Emmaus 244, C M T 4

Marauder Nation 1, 2, 3, 4, Emmaus 243, Baseball 1, 2 , 3g

7 can't wait until tomorrow, 'cause I get better looking everyday -Joe Namath

‘Man is what he believes. -Anton Chekhov

M oham m ad Zan Medical Oub 3, 4, Stock M arket O ub 3. 4, Environmental O ub 3

‘Dream as if you’l l live forever, live as if you”ll die today.” -James Dean

Indo/Pak 1, Medical O ub 3, 4, Engineering Oub 3

'Whatever the mind can conceive and believe, the mind can achieve -Dr. Napoleon Hill

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Nicholas W arner

Marauder Nation 1, 2, 3, 4, Intromurals 1, 2, 3, 4*. Fantasy Sports Oub 1, 2, 3, N H S 4, Emmaus 244, Football 1, 2, Indoor Track 1, Volleyball 2, 3, 4

Spanish Honors Society 3, 4, Cross Country 1 ,2 ,3 , 4, Indoor Track 1, 2, 3. 4, Outdoor Track 2, 3, 4, Emmous 246

"Don't part with your illusions. When they are gone you may still exist, but you have ceased to live. ” -Mark Twain

“ I see skies of blue and clouds of white. The bright blessed day, the dark sacred night And I think to myself, what a wonderful world. ” -Louis Armstrong

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Dwayne W right

C M T 4, Marauder Nation 1, 2, 3, 4, Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4

Dance Com m ittee 4, Intromurals 1, 3. Ebony Oub 3, 4, Football 1, Outdoor Track 1

Remember kid, there's heroes and there's legends. Heroes get remembered but legends never die, follow your heart kid, and you'll never go wrong.” -Babe Ruth in The Sandlot

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“Never apologize for showing feeling. When you do so, you apologize for truth.' -Benjamin Disraeli

f John Zadroga Academic Bowl Team 1, 2, Medical Oub 1 , 2 , 3, Art club 1, 2, 3, 4, Eastern Bloc 1 ,2 ,3 , 4, Monty Python Oub 1, 2, German Exchange 3, Breaking Barriers 3, History Oub 1,2, Culinary Oub 1, Asian Society 1, 2, Cross Country 1, 2, 3, Outdoor Track 1, 2, Swimming 1, 2, 3

“ Shoot everybody had a zipper jacket and half o f these "thugs” had the glove to match it feel me?” -Missy Elliot

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Kevin Zdanowicz

Eric Zebrowski

Marauder Nation 1, Baseball 1 ,2 ,3 , 4

Celtic Oub 1, 2, Marauder Nation 1, 2, 3. 4, Italian Oub 2, 3, 4, Bowling 1, 2, 3, 4

«^s “Ability is what you're capable of doing. Motivation determines what you do. Attitude determines how well you do i t ” -Lou Holtz

"Once I spent my time playing tough guy scenes, But I was living in a world of childish dreams. Someday these childish dreams must end to become a man and grow up to dream again. ” -Bruce Springsteen (”Two Hearts”)

W hen a student attends St. Peters Prep, he not only leaves as well educated student, but he also leaves as a well rounded person. Growth does not just occur while in the classroom. Rather, it occurs both on and off the field. Being an athlete at Prep is more than just being able to score a touchdown o r to kick the winning goal, it is also teamwork, motivation, and brotherhood. Prep's athletics is a tradition that is continued every year by the men who put on their respective uniforms and fight to prove that St. Peters is the best school out there. Supported by the Marauder Nation, St. Peters Prep strives to be a presence on the field that is unstoppable. From Prep football playing a game in Maryland to Prep basketball playing (and beating) Don Bosco Prep in the Barn, Prep's student athletes are some of the best in the state. But Prep athletics is more than just winning and losing. It is embracing the brotherhood that Prep instills in everyone. N o matter what sport is being played, the team on the field is family. They are the Prep family, and they are not just nine men on a field. They are not just a group of men on the rugby pitch; they are a family, a family that is over 900 strong. W e are a family of believers, risk takers, and champions. This is what Prep Athletics is about. The 2009-2010 season at St. Peter's Prep has treated the teams well. Prep football advanced to the state finals, and the basketball team is on its way to doing the same. Swimming has once again proved itself to be a driving force in the water, having its most successful season ever under the direction of head coach Ryan Heffernan. Victory is determined not by wins and losses, but by the athletes' desire to succeed. Prep's athletics have accomplished victory, and as the year comes to an end, the Prep family has never been happier reflecting upon this success.




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VARSITY FOOTBALL Raphael Ortiz, '10


Every teenager that has ever entered St. Peter's Prep and has played the game of football knows exactly what these words mean. You're playing for one of the best programs in the state. As a freshman, you want to be noticed. As a sophomore, you are trying to get on the field and play. Junior year you are trying to prove that you deserve a starting spot. Senior year is when you will truly appreciate it all. The class of 2010 is privileged and humbled to have experienced what they have. Freshman year, they not only met each other, but they also embraced their common experience. They formed a bond and had a taste of what Prep Football was all about. W e were adopted by the older teammates and joined our new family. By senior year we expected only the best out of our team. W e knew it was our last year and it was our time to shine. The bond we created for three years was stronger than ever and we needed that bond with the schedule we were about to face. This year Prep made it all the way back to the promised land where we eventually fell to the National Champions, Don Bosco Prep, but that does not sum up all the hard fought wins we had this year. This year's daunting schedule made us have to work hard in the off-season and summer workouts, and we were up for the challenge. W hether it was beating Bergen Catholic twice, St. Joe's Montvale on a rainy night at Caven, or going toe-to-toe with the Ironmen in the State Championship, Prep never gave up. W h at this senior class has done for the Prep program will never be forgotten, and we will never forget what Prep football has done for us.

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Right: Ronald Roberts, '10 shoots from outside the arch for three points during the Dan Finn Classic at the Jersey City Armory against St. Anthony's (JC).

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BASKETBALL Alexander Diaz, '10

Above: Kevin Walker, '11, drives through an opposing Friar.

Unstoppable, always together, and explosive are a few adjectives ascribed to Prep's varsity basketball team. Many say that this group of young men is the best basketball team in Prep history. Coming off of back to back county championship titles and starting off the season ranked fourth in the state and in the top 100 in the country allow the imagination to run wild at the possibilities of this yearâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s team. Led by Captains Ronald Roberts and Myles Davis, and seniors jj Hladik, Matt Porter, Raphael Ortiz, James Calabrese, Alex Diaz, and Sequan Jackson, Prep has a seemingly endless arsenal in its starting five and deep off of the bench. Prepâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s starting five includes dominant point guard Kevin Walker, lights-out shooter Myles Davis with an equally dangerous threat from behind the arc in JJ Hladik, St. John's bound power forward Ron Roberts, and the big man himself, Keith Lumpkin. Coming off the bench, Prep has the lightning quick Stephon Whyatt, the versatile Chase Fluellen, and a future All-American in the freshman, Jordan Arthur. Prep continues to dominate HCIAA contention, not having lost a game in the past two years. However, Prep amped up its schedule this year to include four top 30 teams in the country. Despite some very close losses to these teams, Prep continues to show its character in the face of adversity by continuing to remain together on its quest to win the first basketball state championship in the past 50 years. Many ask if Prep could finish off the state championship this year after their embarrassing upset last year. The answer is yes; with their overwhelming talent and intelligence, all they need is toughness and heart, Basketball 101




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The Tip of the Blade Continues to Point the W ay In only its fifth year of existence, the Fencing team is one of the younger varsity teams at Prep. The team first started as a dub sport in the winter 2005 with just a hand full of participants, but now 5 years later, it can proudly say it has a sign up roaster of almost forty to fifty boys at the beginning of each season. The head coach, Gregory Evans, and his head captain, Matthew Grapstul'10, try their best to ensure that all those that sign up are given a fair shot at a starting spot, since only nine can truly play at a time. W ith the help of their assistant Captains Conner Gleason'10 and William Reynolds'11, this was made a little easier. The first day of practice is typically set up to divide the boys into three weapon types; Epee, Saber, and Foil; from there, the best of each group is determined by their talent, athletic ability, and desire to play. W ith that, this year’s starting roster was very difficult to determine, being that its star player, Sean Buckley, and others that graduated the previous year held many of the starting positions. The list was finalized with the following as those who would represent the Prep Fencing Team: Epee with Matthew Grapstul’10, Conner Gleason’10, Bernard Chester’13, Conner Kearns'11, Ryan Kearns’11, Eric Griffin'11, and Andrew Chee'12; Saber with Zach Helming'10, W ill Reynolds'11, and Jeremy Ho’11; and lastly Foil with Ted Weinberg'10, Dominick Rotondo’11, Conor Wiggins' 11, and David Kong’13. Despite being faced with much adversity for being such a new varsity port, the young team had to combat many issues on the strip. In addition to the collective lack of experience, many of the schools Prep faced were state-ranked competitors, but this did not stop the team from also becoming ranked in its Epee and Foil teams. Out of the nine starters on the team, veterans Matt Grapstul’10, Conner Gleason'10, and William Reynolds'11, who all fence out of high school, did their best this season to guarantee the team did better than its previous 1-7 record, from the year before. However, the young team still struggled from match to match through the

Right: A member of the Prep fencing team takes an aggressive position


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learning process and finished its season 4-4. Gregory Evans, who has been with the team since it became a varsity sport did, however, claim that, "I am very proud of my team, as long as they did their best and had fun getting the job done. I couldn't ask for anything more.” So for now, this "newly” added team looks proudly to what its horizons can bring. W hether new competitions, or new eager fencers, it will be able to stand strong and continue the Marauder Spirit!

Right: A member of the Prep fencing team lunges. Below: The members of the Prep fencing team from the 2009-2010 school year.

Left A Prep fencer prepares for a match Below: A gentlemanly handshake after a good match

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INDOOR TRACK Douglas Pa/ne ‘11 Prep's indoor Track team had another season of excellence. Because of the phenomenal coaching received from Head Coach Mr. Michael Burgess and Assistant Coaches Mr. Jerry McCann, Mr. Peter Camacho, and Mr. Christopher Caulfield, ’03, the team had many significant achievements. Junior Kevin Garrigan had another great season. Consistently leading the team in the 800-meter race, Garrigan's time was the 17th fastest time in New Jersey. Another 800-meter runner, James Sylvester, '11, also demonstrated proficiency in the event. The hurdle team did remarkably as well, with Douglas Payne, '11, and James Shovlin, '10', leading the way. In addition, Senior Keith Cummings dominated the 55meter dash, achieving the fastest time in New jersey and qualifying for 1st Team All-American. Although only a freshman, Demetrius Cross demonstrated that he could run just as well as an upperclassman, running the 4th fastest 55-meter time in New jersey and qualifying for 2nd Team AllAmerican. Another freshman, Ryan McGann, also distinguished himself as a competent runner. McGann's 1600-meter time was the 8th fastest in New Jersey, which qualified him for the National Scholastic Championship for the freshman one mile. Sophomore Najee Glass had another astounding season. Glass' 400-meter time was the fastest not only in New Jersey, but in the entire nation as well. In addition, Glass also excelled in the 600-meter race and qualified for 2nd Team All-American. In the 800meter race, his time was the 8th fastest in NJ. Clearly, we can expect exceptional things from the track program in the coming seasons. The team also illustrated its prowess in relays. The Sprint Medley team, composed of Demetrius Cross, '13, Dj Singleton, '12, Najee Glass, '12, and Kevin Garrigan, '11, had the 5th fastest time in New Jersey, which is the 8th fastest time in America, and also qualified for 1st Team All-American honors. In addition, the 4x200-meter relay team, consisting of Glass '12, Cross, '13, Cummings, '10, and Huggins, ‘11, had the 11th fastest time in New Jersey. Both of these relay teams qualified to compete in the Nike Indoor Nationals in Boston, Massachusetts. As a whole, the team did outstandingly well this season. And as we say good-bye to Seniors Ducarmal Hyacinthe, James Shovlin, Alfred Dobson, and Tevin Manning, Prep will continue to uphold its reputation as one of the state's track powerhouses

Above: Prep athletes compete in a race at the Jersey City Armory. Right: A Prep runner competes in a race at the Jersey City Armory.


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Within the confines of what appears to be an aged and worn grammar school building, sitting the corner of York and Van Vorst, is one of the hardest working teams St. Peter's Prep has ever seen. This is the site of Prep Wrestling. Faced with the physically and mentally demanding nature of the sport, the Prep Wrestling, team managed to flourish in the face of adversity. Facing its toughest schedule yet, the wrestlers had their work cut out for them. In December, setting a new precedent for Prep Wrestling, the team traveled to Reno, Nevada where they competed in the toughest tournament in the country, The Reno Tournament of Champions. Leading the way were seniors Frank Pestana, Joe Buckman, and captain Kevin Innis. Following their leadership were juniors James Lancelotti, Devin Ruiz, and James Fox. Securing key victories throughout the year for the Marauders were sophomore Tony Pafumi, sophomore Alex Richardson, sophomore Frank Colom, sophomore Frank Biafore, and freshman James Kellner. With the leadership of Head Coach Anthony Verdi, Head Assistant Coach Ed Roselle, and assistant coaches Mark Taraszkiewicz, A.J. Caprio, Brian Innis, and Frank Dugan, the Prep Wrestling squad proved its dominance yet again by posting a 20-4 season record, capturing the Hudson County title for the second consecutive year, and advancing senior Kevin Innis, junior James Fox, junior Devin Ruiz, sophomore Tony Pafumi, and sophomore Alex Richardson to the NJSIAA State Wrestling Tournament in Atlantic City. They fared well in the tournament as senior captain Kevin Innis marked a second place finish in the finals. St Peter's Prep has truly established itself as one of New Jerseyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s most competitive wrestling programs, and the success of its wrestlers is sure to carry on to next season, both at the high school and college levels. 11 ^

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ACADEMIC BOWLTEAM James LiVolsi '11 Being a member of the Academic Bowl team requires both a strong devotion to practicing and a vast wealth of knowledge. On Wednesdays, Thursdays, and some Mondays, members of the Academic Bowl team head up to the second floor of the Humanities Building to practice. Practices mimic competitions, in which teams of four answer questions on any random topic. Although the wide variety of difficult questions already makes winning a challenge, members of the Academic Bowl team must also quickly “buzz-in” in order to answer the question. Whichever team hits the buzzer first has one chance to correctly answer the question. Mr. Scannapieco, the moderator, helps the team with its understanding of the topics involved in many of the questions. Junior Co-Captain David Lizza stated, “It really helps us learn when Mr. Scannapieco interjects to add some knowledge pertaining to the question." The Academic Bowl team sends teams of four to compete against other schools throughout the year. A match consists of two teams of four being asked the same questions. For the first twenty questions, which are called “Toss-Ups,” teams can earn up to fifteen points but also can lose up to five points. Although a correct answer is worth ten and an incorrect answer is worth zero, answering before a certain point in the questions allows a team to add five points if they are correct or to lose five points if they are incorrect. In the Bonus Round, teams can collaborate before answering the three difficult questions.


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Mr. Matthew Scannapieco helps the academic bowl team with difficult question by researching it and going over it with the dedicated members.

After this, the team with the most overall points is declared the winner. Prep's Academic Bowl team has been highly successful due to the intelligent members of the team who work very hard to win the competitions. Co-Captains David Lizza, James Kerwin, and Jamie Grasing led the team as juniors and continue to help their other teammates. The Academic Bowl team has been very strong this year and likely will continue with its success because of the considerable participation of underclassmen.

AMMECLUB Charles Weening, â&#x20AC;&#x2122;12 Members of the Anime club know their comics inside and out. Anime is type of Japanese comic book. Unlike the usual ,omic book, Anime stresses art and exaggerated human forms. The stories have a plot to them but are also visually hteresting. The artwork is very detailed and exact. Members of the club often share different forms of Anime from books :nd the Internet. Moderated by Ms. Singleton, the club meets every Tuesday. The president of the club is Enrique Lopez III. The club is very unique and examines a different form of entertainment. Anime is an up and coming hobby. It is gradually gaining more attention and popularity. Readers enjoy the beautiful art work combined with the highly adventurous [lots.

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MAKING MUSIC Carmine Lombardi, '12 As in previous years, you can find Mr. Caslowitzâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Band meticulously practicing on Tuesdays at 3. During the time practicing, this passionate bunch prepares to play as a key component in the Marauder Nation at football games as well as perform at the Christmas Cafe Concert, and the Spring Concert. This year, the band also participated in a competition in Washington, D.C. Along with being led by conductor Mr. Caslowitz, the band elected David Park as


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its president, Thomas Brodowski as its vice president, and i James Kuklinski as its co-vice president. The band also) elected Michael Villavicencio as Secretary and Vin Caldas as I Treasurer. Besides being blessed with great senior leadership, Mr.f Caslowitz and his ensemble look forward to receiving new; talented freshmen, and this year's freshmen were no | disappointment. The new freshman musicians are Matthew > Fonti, Dylan Jansen, Matthew Connelly, and Randall Wall. : This year, the Jazz Band, in addition to performing in the i Christmas Cafe, Spring Concert, and competing in Washington D.C, made a special performance. The Jazz) Band performed in Newport Centre Mall in downtown Jersey City to spread Christmas cheer to mall customers. The Concert and Jazz Bands both put on performances its audiences will never forget and contribute immensely to Prep's culture.

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EMBRACING THE FAITH Joshua Barry, '10 At St. Peter's Prep, spirituality plays a large roll in the daily lives of students. From retreats to mass, every student is immersed in Prep's religious life. The St. Peter's Prep Campus Ministry Team is a vital part to making these religious efforts a success. Starting in July, those chosen to be a part of the Campus Ministry Team (CMT) go on a retreat not only to learn how lead retreats and to perform the tasks vital to the the team, but also to work on forging


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new relationships. The Campus Ministry Team performs three main roll^ each year in the Prep community. The first is acting as â&#x20AC;&#x153;bi brothersâ&#x20AC;? for the freshman class. Each freshman is assignei a member of the Campus Ministry Team who is tasked witrf helping them with their transition into the Prep community This hopefully makes the transition to freshman year a littli smoother. The Big Brothers help the freshman to adapt ancj lead them through their first year at Prep, helping the flourish in their new home. The second task that the CM is responsible for is leading retreats. From the freshmaH Ignite, to the Junior Emmaus, the members of the CMT take pride in leading the retreats. Many students agree that one! of the best parts of the Prep experience is going on thd retreats sponsored by the CMT Although it is not always seen on the surface, the retreat leaders put a lot of time) and effort into making each retreat a success. Whether! they are writing reflections or cooking dinner, the retreat! leaders play a vital role in the success of Campus Ministry! Finally, certain members of the CMT serve as Eucharistiq Ministers. It's often not easy to keep a school-wide massj organized. When there are over 900 students and faculty! that receive either communion or a blessing, having onlw one priest does not suffice. The Campus Ministry Team! assists the priests in this role, acting as Eucharistic Minis' and working to serve others.

The work of the Campus Ministry Team at Prep does not go unnoticed. Weather the team is leading morning prayer on the loudspeaker, reflecting on past experiences during masses, or having lunch with their little brothers, everyone has been effected by the actions of these men. It is not always easy to set an example for others, but this group exemplifies St. Peters Prep's motto of "Men for (Others." They are seen as leaders in the school and are ^constantly being looked upon as a model for their peers. Each of these leaders, in his own way, brings Christ's ;message of love and service to Saint Peterâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Prep.

Right: Senior Cory Benavides during Ash Wednesday Service

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ARMAVFVMQVECANO Justin Barry, '10 The Classics Club, moderated by Mr. Burokas, offers students interested in studying the Ancient Greek and Roman cultures and languages a venue to pursue this interest. Students often find that the club provides a unique opportunity to preserve and to appreciate these rich past cultures. Furthermore, the club provides a meaningful context for those students still studying Latin or pursuing Ancient Greek, offering students with a background of daily life, the legal system, and the events which inspired the preeminent writers of the period. This year, the club also regularly screened I, Clavdivs, a film series portraying the history of the Roman Empire from the reign of Augustus Caesar to the reign of Claudius himself. Very often, the historical events which the club discusses enrich how students perceive Roman history and Roman society, making the topics discussed in academic Latin classes more tangible and stimulating.


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GOOD LAUGHS Charles Weening, '12 In a world filled with comedy Prep has a club to show its appreciation for this comedy. Many students have sought a group in which to discuss the role of comedy in daily life. The Society of Comedic Appreciation was formed in order 'or people to enjoy and to share the work of comedians. The moderator of the club is Ms. Toomb, who was surprised how quickly the club increased in popularity amongst the members of the student body. Meeting in the Campus Ministry lounge every week, attendees and aspiring comedians talked about an array of different topics. Club imembers watched many different stand-up routines from a variety of different comedians. Club favorites to watch were 'Saturday Night Live skits and anything with Will Ferrell in it. The digital shorts from Saturday Night Live were also (something club members enjoyed watching. After the Christmas Liturgy, the club showed the movie â&#x20AC;&#x153;Elf in the Campus Ministry lounge. Many people showed up for the ievent and had a great time. After its first year, the Society of Comedic Appreciation has proved to be a success.

I'm struck by how laughter connects you with people. Its almost impossible to maintain any kind of distance o r any sense of social hierarchy when you're ju st howling with laughter. Laughter is a force for democracy. -John Cleese

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GETTING TECHNICAL Computer Club er C \ider* to come meet up with fellow friends Tuesdays at about what is new in the tech world as well as about anything there is to know about a computer. 1 moderat '-1s, Glazer i’reat and is alv. ■i are always •he the fto helph others with any computers. Members very little about experienced kids to others who computers. At a typical meeting, da and* as a result, members can discuss whaatever they III they opp' initv * one;

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USTDANCE Joshua Barry, '10 Throughout the year, Prep students have the opportunity to participate in an array of social activities that are hosted by the school. Some of the most popular events hosted by Grand and Warren are the school dances. Ranging from simple yet elegant dances in the school cafeteria to the Senior Prom hosted at The Manor, the Dance Committee plays a large roll in making sure these events take place. At the beginning of every year, the group starts to plan for the events ahead. They pick out a theme and start to slowly select the specifics of each dance. Very often students will arrive at one of the underclassman dances in the cafeteria and be amazed by how the space was transformed from a simple room where 500 students sit eating lunch to a dance floor and how the lunches that were being enjoyed that afternoon were now being replaced by buffet dinners. Once a student becomes an upperclassman at Prep, | the entire dance experience changes. One graduates from i the cafeteria to a more elegant affair. Students arrive in limos wearing tuxedos awaiting the night ahead. A DJ playsj; music all night long, and the dance floor seems never to empty. These dance experiences are memories many Prep men will have for the rest of their lives. These memories were made my the Dance Committee here at Prep. Without them, none of these visions would be able to become a reality.


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DRAMA Ben Glassen, '10 The St. Peter's Prep theatrical program has a long standing history as being one of a kind. The dedication and expertise is easily recognizable from the time the curtains open to when they close. None of this prestige would be accredited to the program without its fearless leader, Mr. Jack Campion. As a director he brings a vision and enthusiasm that only a man of his brilliance can. He not only directs the actors but he molds them. Mr. Campion is simply the best when it comes to getting the most out of his actors. This year Mr. Campion took a risk when he chose to ■put on a student written play. “Who You Callin' A [Thespian?" was written by seniors Ben Glassen and Matthew Mazzari. Mr. Campion filled his cast with a mostly [veteran senior cast and a few very promising Underclassmen. The actors were incredibly enthusiastic and it showed in their performance. The "Jersey Journal” gave it their "best-bet” for that weekend’s entertainment. The play was a smash hit, filling the house almost every jnight. The constant laughter and applause were signs that SPrep's theater program of 2010 has met the bar set by the (fantastic performances preceding it. It is clear that Mr.

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“best-bet" for that weekend’s entertainment. The play was a smash hit, filling the house almost every night. The constant laughter and applause were signs that Prep's theater program of 2010 has met the bar set by the fantastic performances preceding it. It is clear that Mr. Campion has yet again shown that through hard work and dedication Prep men are capable of doing anything. Now, none of this would have been possible without the heart, sweat, and tears of the Stage Crew. Actors and directors would be nothing without them. Their countless hours of hard manual labor were evident when gazing upon the amazing set they had created. Although, they work with power tools there is no denying they have made art. The attention to detail and specificity of every nail is truly a testament to their craft.

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Joe Bernardo, '10 Engineering is a very common field of study for Prep men to consider pursuing in college. It requires strong analytical and mathematical ability as well as the patience that allows critical thinking to flourish. This year, students explored the universe of engineering science. The interests of the club members vary from electrical engineering, software engineering, civil and environmental engineering, to computer engineering. Students took a trip to the Liberty Science Center, where they sampled various fields of scientific study. Ms. Tursi and Ms. Stark, the club moderators, encouraged and guided students toward scientific discovery. They quickly determined the dubs

Above: Seniors Bernardo and Selecky investigate plasma; the fourth state of matter.

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Right: Seniors experiment with the conductivity of water,

engineering and structured the dubâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s activities around their experience as well as our interests. In one of the various demonstrations that the engineering club was able to take advantage of, former physics teacher, Fr. O'Brien S.J, and students attending St. Peterâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s College, conducted a lesson about the properties of plasma. Plasma, an element that exists outside of the norma boundaries of the most common states of matter, drew a great interest from the club members. This club provides students with the opportunity to scientifically experiment and at the same time experiment with the profession that might occupy their futures.

GONGGREBM Joshua Barry, '10 As people around the world being to become more iware of their carbon footprints and of their impact on the Environment, the members of the St. Peters Prep Environmental Club help to encourage such activity in the [ocal community. Founded in 2007, the club aims not only to clean up our earth but also to educate students on the pffect everyone has on the environment. From hosting lectures on bird watching to volunteering at the Hudson County Earth Day, the members of this club are a vital part bfthe Prep's community. The Environmental Club is working hard this year to [attract students from the newly developed "Environmental Science" class, taught by Mr. Michael Lyons, '02. Students Ithat are interested in taking a more hands-on approach to earning are invited to join the dub for activities such as movies, cleanups, and running the Earth Day 5K in Jersey m-

Trying to bring the learning outside, the Environmental Club is an instrumental part of our school. This year's yearbook is entitled “Prep Men of Nature”, focusing on the ideals of conservation and environmental stewardship. The St. Peters Prep Environmental Club is proud to be a part of this initiative and hopes that, in continuing years, Prep keeps “going green."

Above: Members of the Environmental Club listen to a lecture on alternative energy.

Above Right: Club presidentJoshua Barry, '10 talks to the dub about its upcoming events.

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GAMERCLUB Charles Weening, '12 Members of the Gamer Club are the finest video game players in the school. Whether it is pla/ing Play Station 3, >] Box 360, or Nintendo 64, these gamers know all of the tricks. Moderated by Ms. Angermyer, the club members play j variety of different games. Club favorites are Super Smash Brother's Brawl and Call of Duty. For many of the member! playing each other can get very competitive. They all enjoy competing each other. They say it helps make them better at thl games. The President of the Gamer Club is Austin Cabrera and the Vice President is Brendan Turfan. They take pride ii organizing this club. For the Walk-a-thon, the dub organized a tournament to raise money for homerooms. The Gamel Club has earned more and more recognition. The club is coming off a great year and has very exciting plans for the future. ]


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GERMANCLUB Matt Julian, '10 The German Club has been more successful and active this year than any other. The club has hosted numerous events, such as going to German operas, going to eat, participating in multi-cultural week, and representing the great German language and culture. With their fearless leader, Herr Grusenski, they learn about Germany's culture while taking part in numerous fun activities, as well. Working with the German exchange was a great experience for all who were involved and is a highlight for the German department every other year. The exchange provides students of the German language a great opportunity to learn more about Germany's language and culture. Each year, members of the German club take a trip to Manhattan to enjoy one of the classic German operas being performed at the Metropolitan Opera House. The members of German Club also look forward to competing in the Copa del Prep soccer tournament every year to prove it's athletic dominance. This club looks to continues to grow, learn, and have fun. Students that join the German dub work hard to improve and Deutschclub ist das Beste!

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INTRAMURALS Charles Weening, '12 ntramurals is one of the clubs at Prep that always has many nteresting activities. The biggest success this year was Undoubtedly Androball. This Prep pastime was taken to a ligher level this year. The Androball teams were led by captains Michael Wright, Jonathan McCarthy, John Kaufman, 3atrick Moran, and Alexander Yang. Kenny Walter was the Commissioner. All of the teams never failed to excite the crowd. The flag football season seemed very hopeful this year.. Unfortunately, the snow from the past year posed a problem, and the season was snowed out. This year was an joverall success for the Intramural Club. Copa del Prep and Androball are just some of the activities the Intramurals Committee has organized. Moderator Mr. Mike Lyons is Very pleased. A few years ago, this club went from a small group of people and has expanded into an interesting league with many players and fans alike.

sAbove: Students playing football during their tunch period.

Right: Students playing a one on one basketball game after lunch.

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THE NATION Connor O'Brien '12 Marauder Nation is famous for making its presence known at every athletic event, and this year was no different. The Nation had a reputation to live up to this year (with the previous years being as successful as they were) and, under the leadership of moderator Mr. Dan Healy, '01, the group was poised to make this year better than ever. Seniors were critical in this process, especially Marauder Mike Wright, who took the honor from last year's senior Marauder Matt Bender. Assisting Mike were his Henchmen: seniors Tim Mernar, Tim Gonzalez, James Shovlin, Vin Caldas, Pat Moran, John McCarthy, and Zach Lanning. All of these seniors were prepared to give the Nation the energy and atmosphere never before seen at Prep. The season began with the Varsity Football Game against Saint Joseph's Prep of Philadelphia, held at the Rutgers University campus. Although the team fought hard

Above: Senior J.J. Hladik chanting with Marauder Nation


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and the fans kept cheering, the team lost 40-28. As th season progressed and after a plethora of one-sided victorie i gave the team yet another County Championship cam: Prep's biggest challenge, traveling up to Ramsey to take o : our most heated rival, the Ironmen of Don Bosco Prefi Instead of the entire Maurader Nation wearing black for i “Blackout" which was done last year, this year everybod; wore white for a "Whiteout". The energy, excitement, an: passion made the game unforgettable, but all went awrj with a 42-9 loss to the Ironmen. The team got one mor chance at Bosco, the setting: being Giants Stadium in th! NJSIAA State Championship Game December 5tK Marauder Nation once again came with all of it's mite, bit. Bosco eventually emerged victorious. Then, Winter Sports led Marauder Nation to “Th] Barn'1to root for the two-time defending Hudson Count!’ Champion basketball team. With all of its players returning from a successful campaign the season before, the potenti; was unimaginable. The highlight of the season was travelinj down to Trenton to take on national powerhouse Oak Hi| Academy of Virginia. Perhaps our biggest competition i|

years, Prep pulled off the upset of a lifetime by defeating the Warriors 84-81. The team rolled on throughout the remainder of the season winning it's third consecutive Hudson County Championship and Maurader Nation was there to celebrate. Looking back, Marauder Nation ’10 was one of the most successful groups that Prep has seen. All of the memories will forever be cherished, whether it be the tailgates, the bus rides, the “Roller-Coasters’’, or storming the court after defeating Don Bosco in basketball. The Nation provides many of the moments which Prep graduates will look back on and will be proud to have been a part of. Marauder Nation is a key component in creating the brotherhood formed here at Saint Peter's Prep.

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MUSICALLY INCLINED Seamus Dwyer, '11 Once again, Prep is expressing the versatility of its students by presenting the musical Pippin. Directed by Jim Dondero, '66, the musical is a comedy taking place in the Middle Ages. The show stars Dante Carrassco as Pippin, Catherine Hussey andi Alisia Morejon as Bertha, Alessandra Rabellino and Tara O â&#x20AC;&#x2122;Donnell as Catherine, Michael Hetherington and Dan Demuro asj the lead players, Joseph LaBarbera as King Charlemagne, and Alanna Friel as Fastrada. The Prep musical has been one of thef events exhibiting Prepâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s more artistic side. The eponymously named musical Pippin tells the story of the son of thei Carolingian king Charlemagne. The musical opens with an acting troupe inviting the audience to join in the story of a prince! searching for the meaning of life. As the action turns to Pippin, we learn that Pippin desires to lead a war against his father,! but he also does not wish to be a war hero. Eventually he decides to lead a revolt against Charlemagne. This action all! occurs while Pippin continues to struggle to find fulfillment. Pippin then falls in love with a commoner, Catherine. When the; acting troupe tells he can only be remembered by committing suicide, Pippin instead chooses to live with his love, Catherine.!


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HONORSSOCIETY Mike Rizzo, '10 Acceptance into the National Honor Society is a prestigious ihonor which highlights the achievement of those who have Iworked diligently to embody the leadership, integrity, and jwisdom that a Prep man learns in his four years. Each !member has demonstrated these qualities, whether it be in jPrep or in his community. They have challenged themselves jacademically, devoting countless hours to their studies. With pride and integrity these men held themselves jhigh even in times of stress, and while they conquered the obstacles that laid in their path, they made sure to exalt (themselves along with their peers. Each one is a true leader (who is the epitome of hope. For, he knows that anything worth putting heart into is worth succeeding in. Seeing all things are achievable with hard work: that is what each (member has learned. Most importantly, they have learned how to be a leader, a man for others, and a scholar, to (never give up, and to always have confidence in yourself and others. As members of the National Honor Society, they are |not afraid to set goals, to achieve them, and to learn from jthem. In so doing, they are also not afraid to

pursue their dreams, knowing that all of their lives and those of those they hold dear are precious and that they must use what they have learned to enrich their lives. These forty eight members are truly â&#x20AC;&#x153;Renaissance men" perfectly demonstrating qualities of intellect and emotion. They have learned to rise from the ashes and have built a foundation of character and class upon it. They have strived for greatness and have finally found the right path. For they know, "Our truest life is when we are in dreams awakeâ&#x20AC;? (Henry David Thoreau).

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THE PETREAN Joshua Barr/, '10 Come the end of the /ear, as students line up to receive their yearbooks, it does not come without a large effort from the Petrean staff. At the beginning of the /ear, the yearbook staff begins to design every aspect of the book from front cover to all the pages inside. Under the leadership of Classics teacher Mr. Vytas Vaznelis, the Petrean works almost every day editing the yearbook. Chief editors Joshua Barry, '10 and Justin Barry, '10 helped


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Vaznelis to keep the yearbook on track. Although the editors and moderator keep the book on track, the writers contribute a lot to the completion of the book. Reoccurring staff writers Ryan Gordon, '10, Dom i Rotondo, '11, Ian Garner, '11, and Peter Livolsi, '11, all helped to make the 88th edition of the Petrean a success.: Being a part of the yearbook staff does not come without is | share of stresses. The Petrean has four deadlines each year, { each deadline having a different set of pages due. It often ii takes careful planning to ensure that the staff writers and the photographers finish their tasks on time. Managing ji these deadlines and the responsibilities of the staff are one ;j of the key difficulties of successfully running the yearbook.

Above: ChiefEditors Joshua Barry, '10 andJustin Barry, 10 putting final touches on the yearbook

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Right' Staff Writer Ian Garner, '11 writing a page for the yearbook.

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STAGECREW Joshua Barry, '10 Behind every great show is an equally great crew that works behind the scenes to make everything look flawless. This year's play, "Who You Callin' a Thespian,â&#x20AC;? required an array of sets that included everything from a bar to the inside of a jail cell. Come December, the St. Peters Prep stage crew began work on this year's drama. Complete with an arsenal of new tools, the sets started to take shape from piles of 2x4 and plywood. Flats, bars, jail cells, and even a stove started were painstakingly constructed for use in the show's dress rehearsals this January. Under the leadership of Mr. James Coviello, '99, this years crew not only built the sets but also designed the lighting and sound displays that would be put to the test during the shows three performances. Working closely with

Coviello, the crew had four Crew Chiefs were in charge different aspect of this year's show. Jonathan McCarthy, '1C worked closely with his team to design the lighting for th show. Under his direction, this team of men hung, change? and programed countless light bars. Cory Benavides focused his efforts this year on sound. He worked with performers and coordinated microphones, working of the sound boards during the three performances. FinallJ Seniors Joshua Barry and Daniel Seara coordinated th! physical construction of the sets, managing stage left an right, respectively, during the performances. Director Jack Campion often tells his actors tfoi everyone is vital to the show, no one being more importar then anyone else. Taking pride in their work, the St. Peter Prep Stage Crew hopes to continue its work in the theate for years to come.

Above: Ron Benavides, '11, stands behind the bar he just built.


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At Prep, there are clubs that cater to every type of person, even the movie buffs. This dub, focusing on some of the ,'ery well known movies such as the Star Wars Trilogy and Godzilla movies, screens and discusses them. Meeting about bnce a month, the club takes the opportunity to screen a different movie every meeting. Sitting with popcorn and soda, the ;lub members throughly enjoy their time in meetings watching movies. When asked about the meetings, club member Tom fulp said that there "was no better way to end a long school day than by sitting back and watching a good movie." A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away, the members of the Star Wars Club commemorate the incredible impact !hat the film series of George Lucas has had. Even to this day, there are frequent Star Wars conventions around the United [States that show the true magic of Star Wars. As a huge influence of culture, theses movies have created things such as the Princess Leia" hairdo as well as the famous weapon, the lightsaber. Every now and then, the club members bring in paraphernalia such as action figures and posters in order to bring the celebration to its fullest potential.

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LEADING THE SCHOOL Kevin Cevasco, '10 Toward the end of each school year, underclassmen elect their Student Council representatives for the upcoming year. As ballots are handed out in homerooms, juniors, sophomores, and freshmen are asked to select those of their peers who exemplify the qualities of a member of the Student Council: dedicated, motivated, and determined. Comprised of individuals with such character traits, the


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Student Council is able to organize and to spearhead man successful events throughout the year. In October, Studel Council members help plan and then run the Walkathq! fundraiser, raising money that goes toward scholarships f| their peers. A few weeks after the moon-bounce arj mechanical bull from the Walkathon are taken down, or] might hear the tune of an acoustic guitar or a rock barl booming from the Prep cafeteria on either an Unplugged i an Amped Up night. Come this spring, the Prep communil can look forward to a Student Council-run Talent Show I well, the proceeds of which will support American aid | Haiti. And so, from Walkathon-kickoffs starring Taylor Swj and Kanye West to Amped Up nights featuring stand-J routines by senior Zach Lanning, the Student Counl provides the Prep community with entertainment ari amusement, as well as with opportunities to suppol numerous causes. Organizing events, although very important, is but on facet of the Student Councilâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s role in the school. As th elected officials of the student body, Student Count} members serve as the face and voice of their peers, /j volunteer-run events such as Prep Open Houses, Aluml Picnics, the Communion Brunch, and Accepted Studenl Reception, there is customarily a strong showing of Studel Council representatives, willing to assist with whatevf needs to be done. In the same way, the Student Council

)e considered a t/pe of median between students and the idministration. Several times throughout the year, its nembers host Open Forums so as to gain a complete jnderstanding of students' perspectives on school issues. A/ith that knowledge, officers of the Student Council often neet with members of the administration in order to ;nsure that the studentsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; opinions are being heard. And so, whether a representative, Vice President, or ^resident of his class, a member of the Student Council is 3ne to be admired. He helps run the Walkathon: yes. He night speak at an Unplugged or play the guitar at an \mped Up: yes. Yet it is the dedication to his fellow Prep brothers, shown through time spent organizing events and supporting their ideas, that truly makes a Student Council Member unique. A Student Council representative exhibits \ combination of genuine determination and true leadership, and it has been an honor working with each and every one of them. Student Council 165

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THE CITY OF GOD Joshua Barry, '10 Spirituality means something different to everyone. To some it's about the ability to find God in all things, to some it's doing service and helping those who may be unable to help themselves, to some its working to fix social justice issues. The great thing about that word “Spirituality” is that it has no set definition. Yes, the dictionary may define the word in a short sentence or two, but in reality it is a word that you must define through your own work and actions.


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Just as it has done in past years, Prep set a theme foj the year, a message that would be an undertone ii everything Prep does, a phrase that is part of a greata message, one that each student can perceive different!)! This year that theme was “The City of God", taken from I song that we now end each mass with. Though these arj just a few simple words, they hold more meaning than the! length would suggest. These few words encourage ' to strive for something bigger then themselves. Some i this through the immersion trips over the summer ’ 1 they led summer camps, built homes for the im|--or just gave people in need someone to talk to. i__ took trips to Georgia where they protested the School < the Americas (SOA) and took a stand, letting it be (— r clear they would not stand for torture. Some even took . simpler approach and didn't give their voices, but gave J' hearts, actively taking place in the masses, prayer r and lectures that are almost constantly going on J' the Prep community. The Arrupe Lecture Series hosted by the c., of Campus Ministry is another eye opening experience involves the hearts and minds of students, opening * eyes to poverty in the United States. It gives H another way to exigence spirituality while at Prep and each student a chance to, as Ghandi once wrote, “Be change you want to see in the world."

Above: Students at the School of the America's protest in Georgia.

Spirituality at Prep drives the community to make a change, a difference not only in the world, but in jthemselves. This â&#x20AC;&#x153;Spirituality" is what makes the Prep community so unique. Prep focuses on developing men who are well rounded, and strive to make a difference in the community. There is no resource more important than men and women of conscience and compassion as we go out into the world and â&#x20AC;&#x153;Build the City of God.â&#x20AC;?

Right:Students on a service trip to Newark, N.J. for "Construction

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W ALK THE RUNWAY Joshua Barry, '10 Prep students are walking on more then just the pavement of Grand and Warren. In fact, they are walking in style down the runway of Mayfair Farms, the location of Prep's annual fashion show. Every year many students hope to be in the select group of seniors chosen to model the latest fashions for the Prep Parents Association fashion shows. When this year's selection of students was made, it was a clear that this year's fashion show was on its way to


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once again being in the Prep record books. Modelini everything from tuxedos to â&#x20AC;&#x153;Campus Shopâ&#x20AC;? wear, thij year's show had styles that matched everyones tastes. Although the fashion show proves to be fun for thesij Prep models, there is more to the fashion show then jus good food and modeling. Every year, the Parent! Association takes donations of gifts and prizes that ar<i raffled off to the guests in attendance. The money raised ii used to benefit the Parents Association's various functions Yet again, this Prep tradition raised over $50,000 througll the efforts of the generous Prep community and thei willingness to not only give, but to buy as well. Although it is not always apparent, the work that ii done behind the scenes on behalf of the parents is whai really makes this a success. Parents spend countless hour counting tickets, wrapping gifts, and setting up for thq event. By the time the first guests arrive, the banquet hal that was once just tables and chairs is transformed into arj array of runways and prizes. The Prep Fashion Show is jusi another way of showing the dedication that students hava for the Prep community.

Above: The formal models from this year's PPA fashion show.

They give not only a part of not only themselves, but also their time to help make this Prep occasion a success. Without the seniors who put on the tuxedos and casual wear to model alongside the professionals, this event would not be such a success. It is the pinnacle of the some men's jareer here at Grand and Warren and only goes to show how every little bit of effort can go a long way in helping put the school.

Right: Senior David Park models his tuxedo.

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GIVING TO OTHERS Edwin Ortiz, '10 The 2009-2010 school year was marked by numerous events that affected communities across the world. In December, Haiti suffered the effects of a drastic earthquake that affected the lives of millions of Haitians. The Mission Drive Committee immediately responded by offering a "dress-down” day for the Haiti Relief Fund. In one day, the entire school raised $4,800 dollars. In places as close to home as Hudson County and as far away as Haiti and

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and Africa, money raised by the men of Prep had | significant effect on people in need. The faculty and studerf actively participated in raising funds to be distributed amol different Jesuit facilities that work to help those in nee| The Working Boys Center in Quito, Ecuador, is one | many locations to which the money raised by the Missies Drive is distributed. “All it takes is an extra effort from ttl entire school community. This year, we (the Mission Dril Committee) were dedicated to serving the many in neci across the world,” said Senior Brendan Gordon, Vi<! President of the Mission Drive, when asked about how i| encourage classmates to raise funds. As the Catholic season of Lent drew closer, teachej raced to be at the top of the Mission Drive standing] Students participated in a weekly "dress-down” day, whij homerooms sold snacks and candy like pretzels and gumrr; bears. Also, the Ping Pong Tournaments grabbed tn attention of many students that hoped to be the school best. The simple acts of generosity went a long wq towards changing the lives of the poor and marginalize! with whom Jesuits around the world work. The Missid Drive was successful in motivating the entire student bocj to raise over $30,000. “Our success this year, as a school, j thanks to the efforts of the moderator Mr. Ryan Hefferna! and the entire school community. Every single individui: that contributed to the Mission Drive was going a long waj

'Above; Edwin Ortiz, '10 reviews mission drive totals with Thomas Tulp, '10

banging the life of someone in need," said Senior Edwin Ortiz, President of the Mission Drive Committee. After a )ng season of Lent, the Mission Drive Committee uccessfully fostered in students an understanding of the vorld and the courage to advance the common good, a tatement found in the schoolâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s mission statement.

Right: Seniors Edwin Ortiz and Brendan Gordon count mission drive money.

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KEEPERS OF THE KEYS Justin Barry, '10 The administration of Saint Peter's Prep is tasked with ensuring that life at Prep runs smoothly on day to day basis. In the principle's office, Ms. Grace Gualario attends to Mr. DeAngelo's scheduling and, among other things, the distribution of the daily announcements while Mr. DeAngelo himself manages the school's academic logistics. Meanwhile, it is the task of Ms. Supple and Ms. Durante, the vice principal, to oversee the creation of


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student schedules, address the student body's academi concerns, and oversee the school's continued use of tit PowerSchool system. As Prep's liaison to the community outside of Grani and Warren, Father Reiser is chiefly responsible for th| maintenance of Prep's ideals and positive influence on tNj broader community. In addition, Father Reiser directs tHj school's budgetary concerns, aided by Mrs. Maryphyllf Locricchio, P'95, '96. These administrative figures, along with numeroij others, including Ms. Cecilia Collins, an assistant to thj Campus Ministry Team and the switchboard director, servj as Prep's foundation and stability, protecting and preserving Prep's ability to function as the unique learning institutio] that it is.

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2010 Petrean  
2010 Petrean  

The Petrean yearbook from 2010