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We are thrilled that you are interested in finding out more about Fordham Preparatory School.  Our curriculum is designed to help students discover and hone their abilities. Ultimately, our graduates learn to question to pray, to love, to serve and to lead both in college and beyond.  

The Fordham Prep experience focuses on FaithScholarship and Service. Outside of the classroom, our students have the opportunity to take advantage of unique clubs and activities, one of the most successful athletic programs in New York State, and travel the world.  

Because of our rigorous academic coursework and challenging and engaging co-curricular programs, Fordham Prep graduates are prepared to attend the best colleges in the country and the world. On average 60% of Fordham Prep graduates matriculate to colleges rated as "Most Competitive" or "Highly Competitive" as rated by Barron's Profile in American Colleges.  

As we prepare for an admissions season during these challenge times, we are planning to engage prospective students and their families as best we can both in-person and safely and virtually.  

Contact us at any time at 718-584-8367 or




If you would like to sign up for an admissions event, ask a question, or become a member of our mailing list, please fill out an Inquiry Form.


All applicants to the Fordham Prep Class of 2025 must complete an online application via the SchoolAdmin Parent Portal no later than Friday, December 11, 2020.  Those who are taking our Scholarship Exam must do so no later than Friday, November 6

For more details about the application process, please click here.  


We are currently providing a number of virtual methods for prospective students and their families to engage with us.  For details, click here.

You can also access our virtual tours of Shea Hall and our facilities here.  



Director of Admissions

Mr. Bradley Serton '95

"The best part of my Fordham Prep experience as a student was the relationships I made both with my peers and the faculty.  Many of those relationships are still a part of my life today."

Associate Director of Admissions

Mr. Corey Punter '07

"When I was a student at the Prep, I felt cared for. I had teachers, counselors, and coaches to whom I could reach out at any time and they were there for me."