Video

  • Spring Track & Field Senior Day

    Devon Prep Tennis and Track & Field Teams honored their seniors before the final Tennis match of the season. Track & Field Coaches Mr. Dave Evans and Dylan Gavin
    welcomed Matt Fasullo and their parents, and said a few words about each senior.

  • Students Create Inventions for Those with Mobility Struggles

    For six weeks in the second semester Devon Prep’s sixth graders have been working in pairs on inventions that could help people with mobility struggles. They began their projects by visiting Devon Senior Living assisted living facility. They were investigating what it takes to overcome obstacles so they interviewed several elderly residents about the daily mobility struggles they face.

  • Students Present Living Stations of the Cross

    Nearly 40 Devon Prep Upper School students and faculty helped the school community prepare for Easter by presenting the Living Stations of the Cross, a dramatization of Jesus’ journey to Calvary leading to his crucifixion.

  • Skip & Cathy Genuardi Challenge

    On the heels of receiving construction approval to renovate our main school building this summer, the Campaign for Devon Prep is excited and honored to announce the Skip & Cathy Genuardi Challenge Grant.

  • Middle School – Up for a Cause

    Sixth, seventh and eighth grade Devon Prep students spent five hours on a recent Friday night without playing video games or watching TV, all to benefit pediatric cancer research. More than 50 middle school students participated in “Up for a Cause” which netted more than $6500 for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.

  • Spring Tide Pep Rally

    A pep rally to kick off Spring Tide 2017 was held in early February for students and faculty in the gym. Mr. Paul Sanborn acted as emcee and explaining the school raffle competition which benefits the annual dinner/auction.

  • Learning Economics Through Hands-on Activities

    Devon Prep students learn about the “Law of Diminishing Marginal Returns” by making paper chains in a hands on activity.

  • 4D Chemistry

    Instead of putting away their cell phones during class, students in Mrs. Sarah Rayder’s sophomore and junior chemistry classes used their phones as learning tools.

  • Scoreboards Replaced

    The scoreboards in the gym have been around for nearly 35 years. In early December they were finally replaced with brand new ones, just in time for basketball season. Roll TIde!