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Cale Gregory, Class of ‘19

Has signed a letter of intent to play football for MIT in the fall while continuing his pursuit of an education in science and mathematics. 


“Notre Dame Prep has challenged me to be the best student, athlete and person that I can be. I'm grateful to my teachers, friends and parents. ”

Jackie Chang Putting the Ball

Jackie Chang, Class of ‘10

Upon graduating from NDP in 2010, Jackie was recruited as a varsity athlete to the University of North Carolina, where she played on the women’s golf team all four years. After graduating from UNC with degrees in Anthropology and Global Studies, She joined the AmeriCorps VISTA program, working in the education sector for a year. She is a 2019 graduate of the University of North Carolina School of Law, and will begin practicing as an attorney in Atlanta, GA this coming fall! 

"Notre Dame Preparatory definitely played a significant role in my post-high school success! Not only did NDP prepare me to take on college-level courses, but it also gave me the platform to develop my skills in athletics as well. As a student-athlete, it was very important that I had access to good coaches, facilities, and competition - but it was also important to me that I prepare myself academically for the future. NDP gave me the solid foundation that I needed to excel both on the course and in the classroom."

George Prelock - 2019 Patron Saint Award Winner

George Prelock joined our English Department and football coaching staff in 2004, and has made a lasting impact on Notre Dame Prep ever since. He earned the highest award given to a member of our community for his outstanding work with students, athletes and House members. 

In 2015 Coach Prelock implemented the St. Aloysius Gonzaga Program for students who show academic promise but need additional help. He serves as director of the Gonzaga Program. In 2017 he was named head coach of the NDP varsity football team. In his first two years as head coach, he has led his team to the AIA 5A State Football Championship game in back-to-back years.  


"I love watching students discover their potential in the classroom and on the field. I am passionate about education, hard work and helping students succeed. It is what motivates me every day."