Director of Enrollment Management
Patrick Walsh ’12
B.A. Villanova University
Director of Winter & Spring Dramas
Patrick is a 2012 Bonner & Prendie graduate who spent his high school days involved in the School Musicals, the Bonner Bulletin, Mock Trial, Men’s Liturgical Choir, and the (now defunct) Board Game Club; which he plans to one day resurrect.
From Bonner & Prendie, Patrick studied English, Education, and Theatre while attending Villanova University. His fondest memory is road-tripping down to Houston to watch the “Cats win it all.” While attending, Patrick was a frequent national anthem singer for the Men’s Basketball program.
Patrick first returned to campus in 2014, directing the Spring Drama “straight play” production of “The Nit Wits.” He has since introduced a Winter Drama, performed each Christmas. Other productions he has directed include “Who’s Dying to Be a Millionaire,” “Every Christmas Story Ever Told,” “Heaven Can Wait,” and “A Very Co-Ed Christmas.” He also directs at local middle schools and youth theatre programs.
Patrick grew up in Saint Joseph’s parish in Collingdale, but currently cantors at Saint Charles’ in Lansdowne. He frequently attends mass at the chapel at the Saint Thomas of Villanova Monastery, where both his mother (P ’83) and aunt work.
Why Bonner & Prendie?
Having been a senior when Bonner & Prendie was slated for closure in 2012, Patrick witnessed firsthand the rousing strength of the BP community and its alumni. He firmly believes in the mission of the school, and is determined to ensure continued success and growth for what he knows is one of the top schools in the area. For him, there is nothing to match the Bonner & Prendie experience. You belong here!