The newspaper also reported at the time that the schools had "confronted the issue before" and used Georgetown Prep as an example where administrators discussed "the problem of unsupervised parties and similar activities" in conferences with parents.
"The headmasters said they believe that on most weekends there is at least one large party, sometimes with several hundred students," the Post reported.
In a quote from the letter, the administrators wrote, “It would be hard to devise a better recipe for disaster than a social scene that includes the anonymity provided by an 'open party,' no adult supervision, considerable amounts of alcohol, and teenage hormones which encourage sexual or violent behavior."
California college professor Christine Blasey Ford has accused Brett Kavanaugh of attacking and groping her at a party in the early 1980s when they were in high school. He has vehemently denied the allegations.
Another woman, Julie Swetnick, through her attorney Wednesday accused Kavanaugh of being present at drunken parties during the 1980s where gang rapes occurred.
A third woman, Deborah Ramirez, has accused Kavanaugh of exposing himself to her during an alcohol-fueled party at a Yale University dorm when they were both freshmen.
Kavanaugh has denied all of the allegations and said in a Fox News interview Monday night that he looks forward to “clearing (his) name.”