E-mail and phone numbers for members of the Dean’s Office appear below. Clicking on the individual’s name will bring you to a short bio.

Mr. John Morris
Dean of Students
Mr. Anthony Locricchio, ’96
Dean of Student Life
Mr. Pat Laguerre
Assistant Dean
Ms. Cecelia Collins
Administrative Assistant/Attendance
Ms. Maureen Sheppard, R.N.
Mr. John Morris, Dean of Students

Mr. Morris governs the disciplinary aspects of student life at Saint Peter’s Prep and is responsible for enforcing Prep’s rules and standards as they apply to dress code, punctuality and general behavior. A graduate of Fordham University, Mr. Morris holds degrees in English, Philosophy, and Religious Education and has served in many capacities at local New York area schools, such as Xavier, Iona Prep and Marist. Serving at Saint Peter’s Prep since 2004, Mr. Morris is also an inaugural member of the Ignatian Leadership Academy and is committed to helping to ensure that student life at Prep is reflective of the values and principles of Jesuit education. Mr. Morris is an avid reader, a former SuperLeague rugby player with Old Blue RFC, and enjoys traveling with his wife, Maria, and daughter, Emily.

Mr. Anthony Locricchio, ’96, Dean of Student Life

Mr. Locricchio provides coordination and leadership of student programming at Saint Peter’s Prep. In his role, he is chiefly responsible for developing and evaluating experiences that enhance the school community for Prep students.  A Saint Peter’s Prep alumnus, he holds a B.A. in social studies from The College of New Jersey and a master’s degree in educational leadership, with a concentration in supervision and administration, from Saint Peter’s University. From student to coach, teacher and administrator, the 2020-2021 academic year will mark his 29th year of affiliation with the school.

Ms. Cecelia Collins, Administrative Assistant/Attendance

Ms. Collins is a 22-year veteran here at Saint Peter’s Prep, in various areas of school life including the principal’s office and campus ministry. She has previous experience in data entry and recording attendance records, coordinating the Ignite Retreat for incoming freshmen, and collecting and processing various information and documentation for many Campus Ministry programs. Ms. Collins had the yearbook dedicated to her by the students in 2009. As the primary contact for the attendance office, she always looks forward to interacting with and guiding the students throughout the school year.