Daily Announcements

Posted October 3rd, 2018




The study commons will be closed after school today.


BUS SCHEDULE FOR OCTOBER 10:  Buses will leave campus at 1:30 PM after PSATs.  Please make arrangements to be picked up from your bus stop 90 minutes earlier than your regular pick up time.


Name The Mannequins Contest |Help us name our two newest “Hermits”! Stop by the Prep Shop to fill out a suggestion card with your name, email, and what you think we should name our new mannequins. The contest is open to all students, faculty, and staff.  Two suggestions per person, one name for each mannequin, may be entered to win. The top ten suggestions will be entered in a poll, and you get to pick the winners! The winning contestants will receive a prize from the Prep Shop! Contest entry dates are Monday, 9/24 through Friday, 10/5, and voting will begin on Tuesday, 10/9.  The winners will be announced on Monday, 10/15. Have fun and Go Prep!

Prep SCRIP Program | Mrs. Blystone will be overseeing our Prep SCRIP program.  All orders for pickup will now be available in the Prep Store,  Monday through Friday, 11 AM until 4 PM. If you have any questions, please contact Mrs. Blystone at 856-697-2600 Ext. 126 or Mrs.Blystone@hermits.com

Picture Day | for all Sophomores, Juniors, faculty and staff, will take place on Tuesday, October 9th  in Spina Gym.  Picture form HERE. Student appointment schedule HERE.



Soccer | The freshman team will be missing I period today.


Sailing | The team will be missing I period today.




There will be a Parental informational Meeting on Tuesday, October 6, 2019  at 6:30 pm in the Study Commons for all those interested in going on the Peru Service Adventure Third Semester.


Third Semester Registration will take place outside the Campus Store during the 1st Enrichment period on the following days:


  • Junior Registration  – Thursday, October 11th
  • Sophomore Registration – Tuesday October 16th.  
  • Freshman Registration-  Thursday, October 18th.


Please make sure you have your ID and bring either a check made payable to Saint Augustine Prep or cash for registration. Credit cards will not be accepted. Registration for Free courses will also take place at this time


Third Semester Catalog Corrections:

  • Mental Toughness | If you are planning on registering for Mental Toughness, please be aware this course is not  FREE. The cost for Mental Toughness is $425.00 which covers all the planned activities.
  • Vegas vs. Atlantic City |  Cost is $1395.00 with a  max # of student participants 27


International Third semester courses are OPEN! Contact lead teachers & register now.


Stem -Switzerland/Germany ACIS – cost: $4,314.00 Lead Teachers: Mr. Grealis and Ms. Krogman

  • $100.Deposit to St. Augustine Prep to guarantee your spot!
  • Explore Switzerland and Germany in a 9 day tour .Students will take part in exciting hands-on learning of alternative energy, visiting hydroelectric plants, seeing how manufacturing has changed by visiting a BMW plant and taking part in an energy eco-challenge! Additionally, a bike tour of beautiful Munich, Germany and the Olympic Park.
  • May 27 – Jun 4, 2019

Central & Eastern Europe EF Tours – Cost $4,693.00 Lead Teachers Mr. Boody and Mr. Foley

  • View tour at www.eftours.com  tour # 2116117NW
  • Travel through the Iron curtain and WWII to Gothic Cathedrals and Ancient cities that are now more vibrant than ever!  Berlin, Prague, Bratislava, Vienna , Krakow and Budapest


Student Exchange –Australia Cost $3,400.00 Lead teacher – Mr. Dugan

  • $500.00 deposit due @ registration
  • Tentative dates March 29th –April 16th (Australia students arrive and stay with Hermit host families)
  • May 31- June 18th (St. Augustine Students arrive in Australia and stay with their Hermit Australian brothers)

Peru (service) Cost $2,990.00 Lead teacher –Fr. Girone and Mrs. Marshall (10-12 students)

  • $500.00 deposit due at registration
  • The Peru Service Adventure is the experience of a lifetime!
  • Explore Machu Picchu, the Sacred Valley of the Inca, and A Journey of Self-Discovery in the magical city of Cuzco.
  • Stay in culturally authentic hotels serving authentic and delicious cuisine.
  • Sow seeds of brotherhood (and food) in the barren borderlands around the capital City of Lima using Permaculture principles, (an ongoing Prep project that has begun to flourish).

Student Exchange –Spain;  Cost -$2,200.00 Lead teacher –Mrs. Marshall  and Mrs. Vogelsong

  • $500.00 deposit at registration
  • St. Augustine Students arrive in Madrid January 2 –March 23 and stay with host families
  • Spain Hermit brothers arrive here late March /early April




Veritas Lecture Series




Culinary Discovery Cooking Club | There will be a meeting tomorrow, October 3rd, during the first enrichment period in the Boardroom upstairs in the Forum.




Freshmen :

  • John Baldino, please see Mr. Garufi in the Forum.            


Sophomores :                                                        


Juniors :

  • Cole Powers, please see Mrs. Blystone in the Prep Store to pick up SCRIP.



  • Mock Interview | Please check your Mock Interview time posted in the Guidance Hallway.