Become a Crusader for a day andFind Your Strength

When students set foot on our 32-acre campus, they discover an environment where everyone is challenged to achievement, service, and leadership. They meet young men and women β€” Crusaders β€” who have found inner strength and are ready to explain what academic life at Eustace Prep means.

Crusader for a Day is a student-centered event where a visiting 7th or 8th grader experiences real classes, meets mentors, and sees what makes Eustace Prep a high school like none other. It’s a focused, one-on-one opportunity for any young man or woman to live a day in the life of a Crusader β€” and decide if Eustace Prep is the right choice.

Schedule your visit

What Visitors Should Know

  • Crusader for a Day is for students currently in 7th grade (spring semester only) or 8th grade (all year).
  • Visiting students will meet with ambassadors, tour the campus, and sit in on Eustace Prep classes. Lunch will be provided for all visiting students at no cost.
  • Visiting students should report to the Main Office in Martorelli Hall by 8:30 AM. Guardians can pick up students at 12:15 PM at the same location.
  • While the Crusader for a Day experience is exclusively for students, family members are invited to tour the campus from 8:30 to 9:15 after student drop-off.
  • Visiting students are asked to match school dress code. Young men can wear a dress shirt and tie with khaki pants. Young women can wear a dress, or a dress shirt with slacks or skirt and tights. Please do not wear jeans, sneakers, leggings, or casual boots.
  • If you have any other questions about visiting Eustace Prep, call our admissions office at (856) 662-2160 x240.

The Pallottine Perspective

Saint Vincent Pallotti lived an example of service and action. So does every Eustace student.

An Inspiring Environment

Meet with friends, faculty, and other mentors on our private, 32-acre Pennsauken campus.

Incredible Achievement

From the classroom to the field to local communities, Crusaders are driven to do more.

Prepared for Tomorrow

Get ready for college and beyond with prep periods and a co-educational approach.