Bob comes to St. Rita from St. Bernadette Parish and Grammar School. Bob has played football for 3 years, lacrosse for 4 years, played flag football and is a member of the National Honor Society (NHS). Outside St. Rita he has volunteered his time for Angels Touch and the PADD’s shelter.
When asked to share his thoughts about his 4 years at St. Rita Bob says, “I can’t believe I am about to graduate. I will never forget my time at St. Rita. I am so grateful for all the teachers and my fellow classmates.”
Michael Lurquin – Junior
Michael is a member of St. Linus Parish and attended Oak Lawn/Hometown Middle School before coming to St. Rita. While here at St. Rita, Michael has been involved with football, paintball club, and student government. Outside of St. Rita, Michael has volunteered his time coaching his parish’s football team and his younger sister’s softball team.
“My St. Rita experience has been great from the time I first walked through the doors as a freshman,” Michael says. “I can’t believe I only have one year left. I hope to make my final year, next year, a good one. Go Mustangs!”
Jonathon Litterio – Sophomore
Jon is a member of St. Christina Parish and a graduate of Mt. Greenwood School. Jon has been on the wrestling team the past 2 years, paintball club for 2 years, Spanish club 1 year and played freshman football. He volunteers his time with his local wrestling team with practices and with city events like Taste of Chicago and Lollapalooza.
Jonathon says, “My 2 years at St. Rita have been amazing. I have made many new friends that I know I will have for the rest of my life. I couldn’t have chosen a better school to go to.”
Rick Pikowski – Freshman
Rick comes to St. Rita from St. Mary Star of the Sea Parish and Grammar School. He is currently a part of the St. Rita symphonic band and a member of the jazz band. He has played football this year and looks forward to playing football his next 3 years. He is currently writing a song for his cousin’s wedding in June and he occasionally helps out at his former school whenever he can.
When asked about his time at St. Rita so far he says, “My time at St. Rita is something I cannot describe in words. There would be too many things to write. I have enjoyed my year more than I enjoyed my 8 years of grammar school.”