Congratulations to Mary Anna Wehrle ('20) for making the All-State Cross Country team for the second year in a row!
Senior Alma Torres was one of six high school students to participate as a “Collaborator” during the second of eight State Board of Education’s Graduation Pathways Panel meetings on August 22, 2017. Alma is a High Honor Roll student and will be the first in her family to attend college after high school. She is interested in studying accounting. The Panel is charged with developing a pathway beyond Indiana’s current Graduation Qualifying Exams so that more Hoosier students will be able to demonstrate that they have mastered required State of Indiana learning standards. The Panel is chaired by Dr. Byron Ernest, a member of the State Board of Education, and includes diverse membership from throughout the State of Indiana, including Dr. Jennifer McCormick, Superintendent of Public Instruction, Representative Robert Behning, Chair of the House Education Committee, Senator Dennis Kruse, Chair of the Senate Education and Career Development Committee, and John Elcesser, Executive Director of the Indiana Non-Public Education Association.
Sam Adams officially committed to run track and continue his education at the University of Indianapolis. Congratulations, Sam!
Ashley Metangmo (junior) has been elected the new 2017-2018 Indiana HOSA: Future Health Professionals Vice President of Public Relations! Congratulations, Ashley!
"Come, let us sing for joy to the LORD." Psalm 95:1
Junior Sam Hartman performed live at Union Jack surrounded by several Cardinal Ritter students, parents, and faculty!
Vania Montoya attended the RYLA Leadership Conference in March sponsored by the Indianapolis Rotary.
Congratulations to the following students who were named Student of the Month for February! Andrea Saavedra (English), Morgan Taylor (Math), Shelby Poore (Theology), Alex Gonzalez (World Languages - Spanish), Joey Wynne (PE/Health), A'maiya Kiner (Science), Taylor Faulkenburg (Photography), Griffin Koester (Concert Band), Max Egenolf (Business, Computer, Broadcasting), and Ben Cueller (Junior High).