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Welcome to the Creighton Prep Class of 2028


You've been accepted to the Creighton Prep Class of 2028 and we can't wait to have you on campus. Use this page as a checklist to register as an incoming Junior Jay and to celebrate your acceptance.

A note to the class of 2028

A video welcome for you, our newest Jr. Jays.

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What's Next?

Ready to Register? See the steps below so you can finalize your acceptance to our Class of 2028.

Your Prep journey starts now.

Course Registration

Use these tabs to prepare for Course Registration and let us know if you have questions.

Hashtag Prep 2028 Celebration Kit

Purchase your 2028 T-SHIRT BUNDLE

Get your class swag bag sent to your home or order it and pick it up from campus. (You can also pick it up on Registration Night!)

Celebrate on social media and tag our CP Admissions channels @GoCreightonPrep for a chance to win a T-shirt Bundle for free! #Prep2028

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Purchase your 2028 Welcome Bag here


Brighten up your social media or text messages with these items to show off your Junior Jay pride! Click to download.

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Share your Junior Jay pride on your Instagram story! Click to save.

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Tuition and Fees

Updated information on Tuition and Fees for the 2024-2025 school year will be available on our website by February 9. See these tabs to learn more information about how to pay tuition and an explanation of the annual required fees. For questions, contact Carol Dusel-Cerny at (402) 548-3849.
Income based tuition adjustment notification letters will be emailed to families who submitted applications starting February 12. Paying your registration fee on or before Registration Night reserves your tuition adjustment. 

For the next four years and beyond, you are part of our brotherhood.


See below for more information on items you may have received in your acceptance packet.


If your son received information about the Magis Scholars Program with your admissions packet, he will be enrolled in this year-long course for freshman year only. This course assists in preparing freshmen to handle the rigors of a college preparatory curriculum. Topics covered are organization, time management, study habits and strategies, test taking strategies, self-advocacy, vocabulary development, reading comprehension and an introduction to critical thinking skills.

Save the Dates!
Students in our Magis Scholars Program are required to take the Magis Scholars Summer Course. See below for details and contact Bridget Cannon-Hale for questions.

  • Monday, July 29 - Friday, August 2
  • Each day is 8:30 - 11:30 a.m.

Read More About Our Learning Resources

1:1 IPAD Program

iPads, electronic textbooks and apps are essential learning tools at Prep. Your son will submit the majority of his work electronically. This provides innovative learning opportunities for your son and an overall cost savings to you. All students will receive an iPad (10th generation) 10.9” 256GB, four-year insurance for any accidental damage, a protective case with keyboard and a stylus. In addition, most electronic textbooks will be available to him on the first days of class through our institutionally negotiated cost. These materials are paid for through the annual $450 Technology, eTextbooks & Supplies Fee. Please note that there will still be some books and materials that you will have to purchase.
At Registration Night, we will share the details for rolling out these devices to the freshmen, including a summer training date with his JaySquad (see below) scheduled for July 31. Parents do not need to purchase any technology hardware.

For questions about the 1:1 iPad program, contact Beth Ginger.

Learn more about the 1:1 iPad program here


JaySquads are just one way we set students up with their community right away - an opportunity to build multi-directional relationships within the brotherhood. JaySquads include a group of 6-8 students made up from two upperclassmen leaders and four incoming freshmen. The squad is a resource and support for all of a student’s experiences at Prep and is designed to foster relationships, provide academic support, create a network for activities and develop leadership skills. JaySquads have scheduled meetings once a month during the first semester where students participate in relationship-building activities. 

For more information about JaySquads, contact Rachael Gandossy or Anne Hefflinger.

Save the Date

  • Class of 2028 iPad Orientation & JaySquad Introductions!
    • Wednesday, July 31
    • More information will be emailed to you

There are several ways Creighton Prep communicates with families. Take a look at the different ways you can expect to hear from us:

  • Between now and the start of the school year, our admissions team will periodically send email updates to incoming freshman parents. These emails will have reminders and details to help keep you up-to-date on getting your son ready for school in August. Prep will also primarily use email to communicate with families throughout the year. 
  • Parent Pulse is a weekly email sent to all Prep families every Friday during the school year. This is where you'll learn about upcoming school, activity and athletic events.
  • The school website is a great place to find more detailed information, faculty and staff contacts, school schedules and athletic information.
  • Social media is another way to keep in touch with all things Prep. 


Creighton Prep Memorabilia


We'd love to show you all of what Prep has to offer from our new Lannon Learning Commons and ToMorrow Labs to our athletic facilities and dining area. 

Tours typically take about 75 minutes and are scheduled Monday through Thursday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Friday, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.


Creighton Prep Students Watching


Any current 7th or 8th grade student is invited to spend the day shadowing a current Creighton Prep student. See what a day in the life of a Junior Jay entails, from start to finish — and lunch is on us!


Contact Admissions for Questions

Joshua Luedtke

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

Aurora Driscoll Barker

Director of Recruitment
School: Ext. 3382

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