• World Known Motivational Speaker Addresses Upper School Students

    The above quote by the Dalai Lama was the essence of Mr. Art Mortell’s presentation to Devon Prep’s Upper School students. Mortell is an internationally known motivational speaker and author who has given thousands of presentations to corporations and organizations around the world.
    He holds a graduate degree from the City University of New York, was a sale representative for IBM and taught at Pasadena College as well as conducting executive conferences at Pepperdine University in Malibu. Most recently he has been a guest instructor at California State College Los Angeles in a class entitled The Psychology of Emotions

  • Devon Dads Celebrate Oktoberfest

    Devon Dads gathered in Calasanctius Hall for the annual Oktoberfest celebration sponsored by the Parents Association. They enjoyed plenty of German food and drink as well as the opportunity to spend some time together.

  • Up for a Cause Raises Over $23,000

    More than 110 upper school students spent the night at Devon Prep playing basketball, football, video games, eating, talking and raising more than $23,000 to combat childhood cancer. The boys were participating in the Christian Action Proram’s annual 12 hour Upper School “Up for a Cause” benefitting St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.

  • Devon Prep Holds Evening Open Houses

    Devon Preps Admissions Office held two evening Fall Open Houses from 6 – 8:30 the same week in October. Students and faculty were on hand to give tours and speak with the many families that attended these smaller, more intimate events. Visitors had the choice of attending several different presentations and/or taking a tour and speaking with available faculty

  • Junior Golfer First to Head to States

    Devon Prep Junior Bryan Donato finished second in the District I Golf Championships and third in the PIAA Eastern Regional Golf Championships qualifying him to compete at the State Championships. Bryan is the first Devon Prep golfer to go on to States.

  • Fall Sports Senior Day

    Homecoming festivities continued with a tailgate cookout in the senior lot and a Senior Day ceremony on the soccer field. Mr. Aquilante manned the grill cooking hamburgers and hotdogs before the varsity soccer game. There was even a blow-up obstacle course in the lot for students to enjoy.
    Twelve seniors who play fall sports and their parents were recognized before the varsity soccer game against Marple Newtown.

  • Student Council Holds Homecoming Pep Rally

    Devon Prep’s Student Council held a Pep Rally to mark Homecoming Week on campus. The rally began with an introduction of the fall senior athletes. They participated in a relay that included golf, three leg race, donut eating, and dizzy bat. The relay was followed by Devon Prep Sumo Wrestlers – Mr. Dylan Gavin and Mr. Mark Consolo competing on the gym floor.

  • Seventh Graders Help Area Food Bank

    Columbus Day might have been a day off from school but some of Devon Prep’s seventh graders were busy helping their community. These guys were doing farm work for the Chester County Food Bank. They picked peppers all morning at Pete’s Produce and helped harvest about 600 pounds of peppers. Great work guys!

  • 2016 Alumni Golf & Tennis Outing

    The Devon Prep Alumni Association sponsored its annual Alumni Golf Outing at Chester Valley Golf Club in Malvern on Columbus Day. For the second consecutive the Outing was a sellout on a day with spectacular weather. Over 100 alumni, alumni parents, current parents, faculty, and friends of the school golfed while nearly a dozen current parents played tennis.