Brett Kavanaugh Nomination Casts Spotlight on His Alma Mater, Which Boasts Some Famous Alumni

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The sexual misbehavior allegations raised against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh have brought much attention to his Washington D.C.-area high school, Georgetown Preparatory School.

Tuition for the school is now more than $60,000 for students who live on campus and the school has had its fair share of notable alumni, including actors Dylan Baker and Ian Harding, CBS Correspondent Mo Rocca and New York Yankees General Manager Brian Cashman.

But perhaps one of the most significant graduates of Georgetown Prep may be Dr. Charles Gordon Zubrod, a 1932 graduate who pioneered the development of chemotherapy treatment for cancer.

Also one of Kavanaugh’s classmates, was Justice Neil Gorsuch, who was also nominated to the Supreme Court by President Trump.

Georgetown Prep claims to have been "forming men for others since 1789."

Kavanaugh has been accused by Christine Blasey Ford of inappropriate behavior during a high school party in 1982. She is the first of three Kavanaugh accusers.

Deborah Ramirez, a Yale University classmate of Kavanaugh’s, said Kavanaugh exposed himself to her at a college party.

On Wednesday, a third woman accused Kavanaugh of drugging women at parties in 1980s, who were then gang-raped. Kavanaugh was still attending Georgetown Prep at the time. He graduated from the school in 1983. 

He has denied the allegations.


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