The Class of 2017 celebrated their graduation from Malvern Prep onto the next stage of their education at the 91st Commencement ceremony on June 1 at 10 a.m.
Reviewing the hottest songs and albums from each year of the graduating seniors’ high school career.
Destinations for the senior class of 2017
This year’s senior prank included shirtless wrestling, a water balloon fight, and a "redneck slip-n-slide."
As the seniors on the Executive Board of Student Council wind down their terms, members of the junior class made their case to fill their roles. The freshman, sophomore, and junior classes attended student council executive board candidate speeches in the Duffy Center on Thursday, March 3. Presidential candidates included …
Malvern’s student council hosted a recreation of the popular game show. Head of the Upper School Mr. Ron Algeo and Student Council President Rich Heaney shared the role of host as eight teams of students and teachers competed for Wawa gift cards during an activities assembly on Friday, Feb. 10. …
Malvern presented its annual Christmas Talent Show in the Duffy Center on Friday, Dec. 23, closing the beloved half-day special schedule that heralds the start of Christmas Break for students and teachers.
Republican Donald Trump won the 2016 presidential election on November 8 in shocking fashion, with his victory in Pennsylvania a pivotal factor. Malvern reacts.
At this year’s Class of 2020 Brotherhood Ceremony on Monday, Sept. 19, Malvern welcomed 132 freshman and 9 transfer students into the Upper School. Many faculty were part of the event, directing the students and their families and handing out St. Augustine Medals. The Augustinians blessed each new student. As …
On September 14 during the Activities Schedule, upper school students gathered in the O’Neill Center for the annual Activities Fair. Prior to the Activities Fair, at a brief assembly led by Director of Life Dr. James Fry, seniors Tommy Pero and Nick Li encouraged students to “step outside their comfort zone.” …
On Friday May 6, the Class of 2016 continued the tradition of a senior prank on their last day of classes.
Amidst the American Presidential Primaries, Malvern’s students offered election speeches of their own on Thursday, March 3. Juniors running for Student Council office spoke about why they thought they should hold office next year. Upper School freshmen, sophomores, and juniors met in the Duffy Center for the event, while the …
Photographer Billy McCullough ’14 has been taking some shots of the dress down days and spirit week activities. Here are some of his shots, as well as some others that we have received. Got more spirit week photos? Let us know!