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Are you considering Gonzaga Prep for your student?

At Gonzaga Prep, our goal is to help each student reach their potential and assist families in providing opportunities for a holistic, fulfilling education grounded in the Jesuit tradition. Admission to Gonzaga Prep has been streamlined to provide a seamless, personalized digital application process. MORE ABOUT ADMISSIONS PROCESS »
The application for the 2024-25 school year will officially open on Monday, October 2nd. We are currently accepting transfer student applications on a rolling basis. Please contact the Admissions Department if you are interested in applying for the current school year.
Gonzaga Prep offers a distinguished and rigorous academic program to prepare students for college and to become lifelong learners, with many opportunities for advanced placement and honors level work. Over 96% of our graduating class attends a college or university, and Gonzaga Prep students continually have test scores higher than the national, state and city averages. The Class of 2022 is attending 61 different colleges and universities. »



Gonzaga Prep’s mission calls us to serve all families who desire a Catholic, college preparatory education in the Jesuit tradition. Our Fair Share Tuition program allows families from all economic backgrounds to access a Gonzaga Prep education and creates a diverse and unique student body. LEARN MORE »
Complementing this commitment to academic excellence is the rich variety of co-curricular opportunities. Over 85% of our students are involved in a variety of activities from cultural clubs to plays to athletics. Perhaps most significantly, every year our students give back to the neighborhoods through hours of Christian Service. LEARN MORE »

Our goal in the Admissions Office is to provide you with as much information as possible so you can discover how you can find your place at Gonzaga Prep! I look forward to meeting you and working with you during the application process. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact our office.

You can also fill out our more formal Request for Information form.