They prep at Deerfield and go to Princeton or Harvard, where they end up at Ivy or Porcellian.
Curtis Sittenfeld is the author of the bestselling novels American Wife, prep, and The Man of My Dreams.
He played for the California prep school Harvard-Westlake, where, funnily enough, his backup was the actor Jason Segel.
He grew up in New Orleans, and was a star at a prep school, Isidore Newman, where he led his team to 34-5 record.
He was in the class above me in an exclusive, all-male, prep school in suburban Minneapolis.
She played on a team all the time she was at Wildreth, a prep school she was graduated from.
I flunked in geometry at the prep school I attended last year.
"If Game Boy stands a prep this summer ye'll hear from him," he confided to Mortimer, as they left the stall.
On the last evening of grace I was seated in Loring's study after prep.
I've my prep to do, the same as the rest of you, and you know what Miss Pratt is.
v. prepped, prep·ping, preps
To prepare for a medical examination or surgical procedure.
Preparatory; preparing a student for college or university (1895+)
[prep, ''student at a preparatory school,'' is found by 1890, and prepster by the 1940s]