Jordan Fink – Freshman
Jordan is a member of St. Daniel the Prophet parish and a graduate of St. Daniel the Prophet school. He has been a member of the football team and he is looking forward to the start of the track and field season. Jordan is also involved with the Future Business Leaders of America. Outside of St. Rita Jordan helps out at Senior Suites for people with disabilities and special needs. He also works soup nights at his parish during Lent.
As Jordan begins
his career here at St. Rita he states, “St. Rita was the best choice for me. The friends I have made will last for a quite a while. The opportunities that St. Rita has to offer are like no other high school. I am Very excited for the next threes years here at St. Rita.”
Duffy Kelly - Sophomore
Duffy comes to St. Rita from St. Barnabas Parish and school. During his freshman year Duffy played on the football team and was a member of the paintball club. Now in his sophomore year he is a member of the Knights of Augustine and has helped out at the PADs shelter. Golf and Lacrosse are his sports of choice. At St. Barnabas he is a Eucharistic Minister.
Duffy says about his time so far at St. Rita, “My two years at St. Rita have been great, I have met so many new people and school and extracurriculars couldn’t get any better.”
Brian Fitzgerald – Junior
Brian comes to St. Rita from Chicago Ridge where he is a member of Our Lady of the Ridge parish and a graduate from Our Lady of the Ridge School. At St. Rita Brian has been involved in the band, bowling, lacrosse, Knights of Augustine, French Club and NHS. He is an altar server at his parish.
Brian states that, “coming to St. Rita is one of the best decisions I have made. These past three years have been a blast but have also gone by quickly.”
Dustin Drew – Senior
Dustin is a member of Trinity United Church of Christ and a graduate of Ashburn Lutheran school. While at St. Rita he has participated in football, theater and French club all 4 years, track & field for 2 years and the improv group for 1 year. Dustin often helps out at area soup kitchens and helps fill food bags for the poor during the Thanksgiving season. He also participates in theater groups from other schools.
When asked to share what his time at St. Rita has meant to him Dustin says, “St. Rita is more than just a school or a second home, it is a brotherhood. These have been the best 4 years of my life. To all my Rita brothers I say don’t take these 4 years for granted as they won’t last forever. Enjoy them.”