News

  • Devon Prep Honors Retiring Headmaster Father Shea

    Several hundred alumni, parents, students, faculty and friends of Devon Prep attended a Mass of Appreciation in honor of Headmaster Father James Shea in the newly air conditioned athletic facility on Sunday, June 14.

  • “Batting for Pat” Raises $7000

    The Second Annual “Batting for Pat” Wiffle Ball Tournament raised $7,000 for the ZERO – The End of Prostate Cancer organization.

  • Eighth Grade Advancement Ceremony

    Seventeen Eighth Graders graduated from Devon Prep’s Middle School during a Mass and Advancement Ceremony on Wednesday, June 10.

  • Middle School Athletes Receive Awards

    Devon Prep’s Athletic Department honored middle school student athletes at the annual Middle School Sports Banquet held in the gym in late May.

  • Sixth Grade Field Trip to NYC

    The Sixth Grade Field Studies trip took the boys to New York City for four active days filled with “awesome” experiences. They visited the Ellis Island, the Empire State Building, the Intrepid Museum, the Natural History Museum, the 9-11 Memorial, Grand Central Terminal and St. Patrick’s Cathedral. They walked across the Brooklyn Bridge, ate dinner… Read more »

  • Devon Prep Graduates Urged to “Live in the Moment”

    Devon Prep Class of 2015 Valedictorian Pandurang R. Bharne urged his fellow graduates to “Treasure every moment,” during the school’s Commencement Ceremony on Saturday, June 6.

  • Track & Field Team Competes at Districts

    Several members of Devon’s Track & Field Team competed at the District 1 championships at Coatesville Senior High School.

  • Middle School Spirit Day

    It was a beautiful day for the final Middle School Spirit Day of the school year in mid May. Competing as homerooms the 6th, 7th and 8th graders participated in such activities as doughnut eating, football, floor hockey, three point shootout, arm wrestling, track & field events, tug of war, and more.

  • Ninth Grader Receives Music Award

    Ninth Grader Jacob Pabia participated in the 2015 Golden Key Music Festival and earned a medal for his piano performance of Sergei Rachmaninov’s Prelude Op. 23 No. 5.