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List of 5 news stories.

  • Blackfriar Chronicle Back in Full Swing with First Issue of the Year

    In 2015-2016, Malvern's outstanding student newspaper, The Blackfriar Chronicle, and its companion website, The Friar's Lantern, earned a multitude of accolades. This year, the editors and staff of reporters, photographers, designers and digital producers hope to continue their top-notch reporting about the Malvern community and issues that matter to Malvern students.

    This month, top stories include an interview with Head of School Christian Talbot upon his announced departure at the end of this year, a detailed look at the freshman class survey and articles about the new dress code and grading system, among many other articles. You can view the print version online, or read the stories at The Friar's Lantern.
  • New Kindon Lab Honors Connection Between Student and Teacher

    Ryan Toland ’94 and Leo Kindon, Middle School 7th Grade Dean, have a friendship that spans almost 20 years. Kindon first met Toland in 1987, as a sixth grade student at Malvern Prep. As Kindon puts it, he and two other teachers helped Ryan settle into life at Malvern. From that moment, a friendship was born.

  • Ten Malvern Prep Students Earn National Merit Honors

    Malvern Preparatory School is proud to present its 2017 National Merit Scholarship Program award winners. In this year's competition, Malvern Prep has five Semifinalists and five Commended Students.
  • Fernandez Named Main Line Athlete of Week for Standout Gridiron Performance

    Zac Fernandez, a senior running back/wide receiver and team captain, had a big game under the lights at Franklin Field in the Friars’ 21-12 win against LaSalle Sept. 9. The Wayne resident rushed for 114 yards and scored Malvern’s first touchdown on an 11-yard pass reception, catching the ball in the end zone opposite the Franklin Field scoreboard. He also handles the punting chores for Malvern, and is a kickoff and punt returner. In the spring, he plays lacrosse for the Friars. READ MORE from Main Line Media News
  • Welcome to Our New Faculty and Staff

    As classes began on September 6, Malvern Prep is pleased to welcome eight new full time faculty and staff members to the school community. These new educators started off the year with a three-day orientation program in August, in which they learned about the School's Augustinian values and traditions, school culture and practical tips to start the year off on the right foot. At the core of the orientation program was an introduction to Malvern Prep's commitment to student-centered learning, in which students take ownership of their education through self-directed investigations, active, hands-on projects and studying real-world challenges.

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