Matt is a member of Queen of Martyrs Parish and a graduate of Queen of Martyrs. While at St. Rita he has participated in football and basketball. Matt is a member of Knights of Augustine, Spanish club, and is a Big Brother. Today, Matt became a member of the National Honor Society. Matt is an active member in his parish and helps with the youth ministry there.
When asked to share what his time at St. Rita has meant to him, Matt says, “The last four years have been a lot of fun and I have really enjoyed making new friends. I look forward to the rest of my senior year and spending time with my friends.”
Kennedy is a member of St. Josaphat Parish and is a graduate of St. Josaphat School. While at St. Rita Kennedy has participated in Hockey and Lacrosse; and is an active member
in the Spanish Club. He has volunteered as a youth hockey coach and is a tutor at St. Josaphat grammar school.
When asked to share what his time at St. Rita has meant to him Kennedy says, “The time I have spent at St. Rita has been awesome. I’ve met so many great friends here that I know I will have for the rest of my life.”
Sean is a member of Christ the King Parish and a graduate of Christ the King School. While at St. Rita he has participated in chess club, games club, creative arts society, and is a peer tutor. Sean also plays on the Rugby team and the ultimate Frisbee team. Sean loves to camp during the summer months and has volunteered to help preserve various camp sites.
When asked to share what his time at St. Rita has meant to him, Sean says, “I’ve been given a new chance here at Rita and I’m grateful to be surrounded by different types of people. I’m excited about my new experiences here because I know they will be great and I will be able to share them with my Rita brothers.”
Jack is a member of Queen of Martyrs Parish and a graduate of Queen of Martyrs. Jack played for the freshman football team this fall and hopes to wrestle and play baseball as well. Jack is a member of the Knights of Augustine organization and is an active volunteer at the Ronald McDonald house.
As Jack begins his career here at St. Rita he states, “Coming in as a freshman, I was kind of nervous to meet new people. Now that I am comfortable with everyone, I realize that St. Rita is the place where I belong.”