Athletic Training Facility and Fitness Center
Oratory Prep is home to one of the area’s premier athletic training facilities and fitness centers.
The athletic training facility is located in DeGaeta Hall and houses treatment tables, therapeutic modalities such as moist heat, electrical stimulation, ultrasound, and GameReady and a variety of rehabilitation equipment. The facility is open during lunch periods by appointment (scheduled the day before) for those student-athletes in need of treatment for their injuries and reopens at the end of the school day for treatment, rehabilitation, practice and contest coverage. Athletes should report all injuries to the athletic trainer by noon of the next day either in person or via email.
The fitness center is also located on the lower floor of DeGaeta Hall. For Alumni, the fitness center is open Monday-Thursday from 8:30 AM-12:30 PM during the summer months and Monday-Friday from 3:00 PM-5:30 PM during the school year. This state-of-the-art fitness facility houses free weights, kettle bells, cardio equipment (treadmills, elliptical machines and stationary bikes), bench and squat racks and a multitude of weight machines. Any alumni who wish to use the facility may do so, but must have a completed OP Fitness Center General Rules/Waiver and Release Form on file with the school.
All Oratory Prep students are encouraged to use the fitness center.
Phone: 908-273-1084 x128 (Office)
1. The Head Athletic Trainer will be in attendance for all home events.
2. Injuries sustained during practice/away game must be reported by noon the following day via email or office visit.
3. Any athlete who has been seen by a physician for any injury/illness must bring a note signed by that physician indicating participation status. If the individual is being held from activity by a physician, a note clearing the student athlete for participation in athletics without restriction must be in the possession of the Head Athletic Trainer prior to involvement in athletics. The Head Athletic Trainer with not supersede the physician's decision to hold a student athlete from participation.