Meet our graduates. See what success looks like.
Sarah Law, Class of 2015
Sarah Law attended Cardinal Ritter High School for four years. She was a varsity cheerleader and varsity golf player. She participated in Student Council and was elected Vice President her senior year. She also was involved with Student Ambassadors, Students Against Destructive Decisions, National Honor Society, Campus Ministry, and Big Sis Lil Sis.
Upon graduation, Sarah was selected as one of nine recipients of the prestigious Lilly Endowment Scholarship for Marion County. This scholarship provides students with full-paid tuition to any Indiana college -- in Sarah's case, Saint Mary's College.
Sarah is again very involved on the Saint Mary's campus. In addition to studying on a biology/pre-med track, Sarah is active with Timmy Global Health, Pro-Life Club, and Campus Ministry. Once a week Sarah reads to children in the Early Child Development Center on campus. She also volunteers as a receptionist in the NICU at the nearby hospital.
Ultimately Sarah wants to be a pediatrician, which stems from her love of working with children and passion for helping others. Once a board-certified doctor, she hopes to spend time overseas providing medical care to the impoverished.
When asked about her experience as a Cardinal Ritter student, she said, “My favorite part about Cardinal Ritter was the sense of community that I always knew stood behind me. When I say Cardinal Ritter was my second home, I mean it in the fullest sense of home. In retrospect, I know that my faith was strengthened by the opportunities I had at Cardinal Ritter; and it serves me well in college. Thank you, CR, for helping me to grow as a student and a leader!”
Anthony Ryback, Class of 2015
Anthony Ryback attended Saint Malachy School before Cardinal Ritter High School. In his time at Cardinal Ritter, Anthony was on the varsity baseball team and involved with Service Learning, Campus Ministry, Student Ambassadors, National Honor Society, and A Promise to Keep.
Anthony now attends Davidson College in North Carolina. He is blessed to be both a Bonner Scholar and a Kuykendall Scholar. As a Bonner Scholar, he and 19 other Davidson freshmen will work to bring positive community change through service, research, and action. The Kuykendall Scholarship is given to two students in each class who will embody the servant spirit of the scholarship’s namesake.
On campus, Anthony is very active, participating in groups such as College Republicans and volunteering at the local elementary school. Anthony is also the Marketing Director of Rightside Shirts, a nonprofit organization.
Political Science is Anthony’s chosen academic path due to his interest in the implementation of public policy. Ultimately Anthony would like to pursue a career as a lobbyist or campaign manager. He also wouldn’t mind becoming a high school history teacher and baseball coach.
Anthony says, “Cardinal Ritter prepared me for college by challenging me not only intellectually, but also spiritually. Cardinal Ritter instilled in me a drive to succeed in the classroom, as well as gave me a solid understanding of my faith, which I believe will serve me well in college. I can affirm Cardinal Ritter helped me mature both as a person and in my faith throughout my four years.”