Georgetown Preparatory School is an American Jesuit college preparatory school for grades 9 through 12, and is the oldest all boys school in America and the only Jesuit boarding school in the country. It is located in the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Washington on 95 acres in the suburban community of North Bethesda in Montgomery County, Maryland, just outside the District of Columbia.
As of 2008, the current physical plant is undergoing significant reconstruction to modernize its 95 acre campus. In January 2007, Georgetown Prep opened the Hanley Center for Athletic Excellence, a state-of-the-art athletic center that features a 200 meter indoor track, 11-lane swimming pool with diving area, competition basketball arena, wrestling room, 6000 s.f. weight training/cardiovascular room, and a team film room. Joe Hills, son of golf course architect, Arthur Hills, redesigned the school's golf course, which reopened in 2008. The next phase of construction will convert the existing field house into a learning center featuring expanded and modern library facilities, classrooms and meeting rooms. In 2008 they crushed Gonzaga College High in football 42-0.