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Are you ready to develop your talents by discovering new interests?

To explore who you are — spiritually, intellectually and socially?

To discover what kind of man you will become?

Creighton Prep seeks any young man of promise interested in a Christian, value-based education. Our students are "Men For Others" that are open to growth, intellectually competent, loving, religious, and committed to doing justice. A Prep experience requires that students apply their mind, body, and spirit to every aspect of their lives.

FOR Prep's Class of 2026


In order to complete your son’s admissions process, please complete the steps below. Reach out to our Admissions Team for any questions.

1. Schedule to take the 8th Grade Entrance Exam by contacting us to set up a testing date. If you've already taken the High School Placement Test (HSPT) at another Catholic high school, contact them and ask them to send us your scores.

2. Complete our online application

3. We will email you a Recommendation Form & Release of Records. Sign this form and give it to your son’s current school to complete as soon as possible. His school should return the form along with the following required academic information to Creighton Prep:

  • 7th grade grades
  • 8th grade first semester grades
  • Any standardized tests 

4. If you are interested in Income-Adjusted Tuition, the application is now available. Contact Jacqui Warren in our Business Office for more information. 

Applicants will be notified of admission after Steps #1-3 are completed.

Si prefiere hablar con alguien en Español, puede contactar a Jeni Martínez al 402-548-3885.

FOR Prep's Class of 2027

(7th Graders)

Our 7th Grade Pre-Entrance Exam has passed. Contact us if you'd like to learn more about the HSPT that is used during your 8th grade year for acceptance or if you'd like some practice materials.

to Transfer to Prep from Your Current High School

In order to complete your admissions process, please complete the steps below prior to the each stated deadline.

1. Contact our Admissions Team to discuss the process and submit your current transcript.

2. The link to our online application will then be emailed to you.

3. A recommendation form will be emailed to you once your application has been submitted and this recommendation will need to be completed by your son’s current school. The school must also send us the following:

  • Unofficial transcript
  • Any standardized tests

4. If you are interested in Income-Adjusted Tuition, the application is now available. Contact Jacqui Warren in our Business Office for more information. 

Applicants will be notified of admission on a case by case situation.

Key Admissions Deadlines

Class of 2027, it's not too early to start planning! Mark these important dates on your calendar for your upcoming application process.

Sunday, November 6, 2022

Open House

A great chance to see everything Prep has to offer. Get a glimpse into what makes Prep special and learn about the different ways we set up our young men to succeed. The whole family is welcome.

Check back in September 2022 to register.

Saturday, January 14, 2023

8th grade scholarship & entrance exam

Taking the 8th Grade Scholarship and Entrance Exam is your first step to joining the Creighton Prep community. Additionally, when you take the test at Prep, you qualify to earn one of 30 scholarships - including $7,500 tuition for four years.

Need Help Completing the Application?

Contact our Admissions Team with any application questions you may have.

Joshua Luedtke

Class of 1990
Director of Admissions, Head Coach, Basketball
School: Ext. 3346

Aurora Driscoll Barker

Director of Recruitment
School: Ext. 3382

Creighton Preparatory School admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origins to all the rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students at Creighton Preparatory School. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in the administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.