Archive - April 2018
Congratulations to Raider sophomore Ruben Gendron, who qualified to compete in the LHSAA Singles Bowling State Championship in Baton Rouge this Friday, April 6. Ruben made the All-State All-District Team this year and bowled a 300 and averaged a 180 for the entire year.
Check out Raider Alumnus Mr. Robert Whitman '69 and many of our current students featured in the latest episode of Mike Rowe's Returning the Favor. The show featured the organization Youth Rebuilding New Orleans which was founded by Mr. Whitman. The episode can only be viewed on Returning the Favor's Facebook Channel HERE.
Over the weekend 18 members of the Beach Volleyball Team competed in a doubles tournament for high school boys at White Sands Beach Volleyball Complex. The brackets were set up according to experience level. Juniors Danny Miller and Andre Bustamante battled back from a poor start in the round play to ultimately defeat every team on their net and win their division’s championship. Good luck to these two Raider Volleyball players as well as all Raider Volleyball players who begin playoffs this week in the high school league at White Sands where the Raiders are ranked second in each division.
Danny Miller and Andre Bustamante are pictured here with our Beach Volleyball Coach Mr. Jared Quinn '08.
Raider junior Spencer Roques recently visited Raider Alumnus Alden Banta '89 during Spencer's trip to New York City over Spring Break. Spencer visited Mr. Banta on the set of Hello, Dolly on Broadway, where Mr. Banta works as a Broadway musician working on his eighth full-time show. Mr. Banta gave Spencer a tour of the facilities during his visit. Spencer plans to major in music performance when he goes to college.
This past weekend our Raider Ambassadors and the Raider Jazz Band volunteered at the Access Jazz Brunch, where Raider Alumnus Steve Scalise '83 was honored as the "2018 Access Pro-Life Champion." Ambassadors were in charge of running the bid boards for the live/silent auctions, and the Raider Jazz Band entertained guests. The event was held at the Audubon Tea Room. For more pictures from the event, click HERE.
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1901 Severn Ave.
Metairie, LA 70001
Archbishop Rummel High School educates each student according to the principles of the Catholic Church in the Lasallian tradition of faith, community, and service. In a caring, disciplined environment of social awareness and academic excellence, Archbishop Rummel High School challenges each student to recognize the dignity of life and to develop and share, to the best of his ability, his unique talents.
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