Writer and producer, Aidan Cullen ’22, was recently featured in the Malvern Magazine for his success as a music producer.
The result of Student Impact can be felt and seen throughout Malvern's campus. Students are encouraged to use the skills they learn in the classroom, leadership they learn from activities or athletics and take that mastery of skills and leadership to solve problems and leave a lasting impact at Malvern Prep. Whether it be the creation of a new club, like the Human Rights Club, the start of an entrepreneurial Speaker Series like CSItizen Speakers, or mastery of a skill like music production, our students are using insights learned in the classroom to think at a deeper level and solve real-world problems.
Senior Sean McCarthy was presented with Malvern Prep’s first-ever Advanced Credential on May 5.
If you would have told Tommy Brecker '20 that he will be attending New York University in the fall for the Recorded Music Program, he would have called you crazy.
Patrick Carbone '20 is working with Jimmy McCullough '20 and CK Mao '20 on a project that is investigating the health risks of plastic water bottles when exposed to a variety of environments.