- Dave Anderson, New York Times writer and author
- Jayce Bartok, actor and filmmaker
- PJ Brennan, 2003, actor
- Jerry Capeci, former organized crime reporter for the New York Daily News, writer, and author
- Donald Cook, Colonel in the U.S. Marine Corp, Medal of Honor recipient
- William H. Crain, Congressman from Texas
- John M. Culkin, 1950, media scholar and critic, educator, writer, and consultant.
- Albert del Rosario, 1957, former Philippine Ambassador to the USA and currently the Philippine Foreign Affairs Secretary
- Hugh Aloysius Drum, Lieutenant-General in the United States Army
- Brad Ferguson, author
- Joseph F. Finnegan, director of the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service
- Douglas Fowley, was an American movie and television actor
- Khalid Gonçalves, 1989, actor and musician
- Jerramiah Healy, mayor of Jersey City, New Jersey
- George Kaftan, basketball player in the NBA and NCAA; recipient of 1947 MOP award
- Joseph O. Mauborgne, 1901, U.S. Army major general, portrait artist, cryptanalyst, and head of the Signal Corps
- Cornelius Augustine McGlennon, Representative for New Jersey's 8th congressional district; mayor of East Newark, New Jersey
- Charles Messina, 1989, playwright, director
- Mario Pei, linguist
- Michael Petri, 2002, United States National Rugby Team
- Eugene A. Philbin, New York County District Attorney
- John Paul Pitoc, 1992, actor
- Robert J. Reiley, AIA, (1878–1961), prominent architect of churches, schools, and hospitals in the Northeast
- Al Roker, 1972, NBC Television Personality and Entrepreneur.
- Wilbur Ross, 1955, investor known for restructuring failed companies
- Antonin Scalia, 1953, United States Supreme Court Justice.
- Brian Schulz, Emmy Award-winning producer and cinematographer for Major League Baseball Productions
- Michael A. Sheehan, Deputy Commissioner for Counter Terrorism with the NYPD
- Stephen Spiro, Vietnam War opponent and conscientious objector
- Patrick Stokes, president of Anheuser-Busch
- Steven Strait, actor, fashion model, and singer
- Robert Trehy, opera singer
- Jimmy Walker, mayor of New York City
- F. Paul Wilson, author of the Repairman Jack science fiction series
- Edmund D. Pellegrino, Former Chair of the President's Council on Bioethics
- Michael Gargiulo, Television Personality (Host of Today In New York)
- Sonny Grosso, film and television producer
- Leo Paquin, athletic director, football coach, and English and Latin teacher. Played end for Fordham University as part of the 1936 line known as the "Seven Blocks of Granite".
- Mike Tolkin, Varsity Rugby coach, English teacher and graduate of the class of 1985. Left in 2012, after being asked to become the head coach of the USA Rugby team.
- Mike Petri, Rugby coach, Physics and Biology teacher and graduate of the class of 2002. Currently on the faculty.
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