Fordham Preparatory School

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Fordham Preparatory School
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Fordham Preparatory School
441 East Fordham Road


Coordinates 40°51′41″N73°53′09″W / 40.86139°N 73.88583°W / 40.86139; -73.88583 Coordinates: 40°51′41″N73°53′09″W / 40.86139°N 73.88583°W / 40.86139; -73.88583
Type Private secondary school
MottoAmor et Conscia Virtus
(Love and Conscious Virtue)
Religious affiliation(s) Roman Catholic
Established1841;180 years ago (1841)
Founder John Joseph Hughes
PresidentChristopher Devron
PrincipalJoseph A. Petriello
Grades 912
Gender Boys
Campus type Urban
Color(s)   Maroon and white
Fight song "The Ram" [1]
Athletics conference CHSAA
Nickname Rams
Affiliation Society of Jesus (Jesuits)
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Shea Hall & Leonard Theatre

Fordham Preparatory School (also known as Fordham Prep) is a private, Jesuit, boys high school located in the Bronx, New York City. It is located on the Rose Hill campus of Fordham University. From its founding in 1841, until 1970, the school was under the direction of the university. [2]


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