Brett Kavanaugh attended high school at Georgetown Preparatory School, an elite Maryland high school home to several famous political alums.
Kavanaugh’s alma mater has been the source of controversy several times over the course of his confirmation hearings. First, it was a point of controversy when Kavanaugh argued that he grew up in a city “plagued by gang violence.”
Now, it’s an increasing point of controversy as the result of a letter that has been handed over to the FBI by Sen. Dianne Feinstein, which several publications are reporting contains a sexual misconduct allegation dating back to Kavanaugh’s high school years.
According to The Huffington Post, the letter in question was sent to Rep. Anna Eshoo, though the confidentiality of the woman in question has been preserved. Additionally, The Huffington Post claims that Debra Katz, a well known lawyer of the #MeToo movement, is representing the anonymous letter writer.
Here’s what you need to know about Kavanaugh’s high school years.
Kavanaugh Graduated From Georgetown Prep in 1983
“I grew up in a city plagued by gun and gang and drug violence.” Kavanaugh’s high school, Georgetown Prep, literally has an on-campus golf course. pic.twitter.com/0mDur3ecLD
— Steve Morris (@stevemorris__) September 5, 2018
Kavanaugh graduated from Georgetown Prep in 1983. He and Gorsuch were actually at the school at the same time, Kavanaugh being two grades ahead of Gorsuch. Other graduates of Georgetown prep include four current or former ambassadors and two sitting congressmen, according to The Washington Post.