News & Events
Football Summer Camp
Friday, June 22, we concluded our first ever Raider Football Summer Camp. Throughout the week, campers learned drills while also working on their skills and techniques. On the last day, Head Football Coach Jay Roth spoke to the campers and let each one take a picture wearing Raider Football State Championship rings. Campers also received certificates documenting their stats from the week. The camp was led by Raider Football Coaches, Coach Graham Jarrott and Coach Bobby Sanders.
Alumnus Eddie Jemison '81 Visits Genesians
Wednesday, June 13, Raider and Genesian Alumnus Eddie Jemison '81 held a short discussion and Q&A session on the film industry and his experience in it. Mr. Jemison is known for his roles in Oceans 11, The Punisher, NCIS, and Grey’s Anatomy.
Baseball Summer Camp
Head Baseball Coach Nick Monica had a record turn out for his annual Summer Baseball Camp. Campers received quality instruction in all aspects of the game: hitting, fielding, baserunning, and pitching. Coaches and players provided a positive, fun atmosphere that encouraged the younger campers to learn the fundamentals of baseball and the older campers to improve their skills.
Raider Day Camp Begins
Our annual Raider Day Camp kicked off to a great start last week with record numbers in attendance. Our campers spent the first week getting to know their counselors and the Raider campus. They took field trips and participated in many activities including swimming and bowling. Friday our campers competed in our weekly relay races, and campers of the week were announced.
35 Years: 1983 Reunion
50 Years: 1968 Reunion
May 25, 2018 at Rock N Bowl
Faculty End of Year Gathering
As a celebration for the 2017-2018 school year, the faculty and staff gathered in the Raider Room for the final meeting of the school year and lunch. The meeting was led by administrators. Mr. Marc Milano '90 spoke about the year's accomplishments, Mr. Douglas Neill '98 presented the school's AdvancEd accreditation results, and Mr. Richard Carpenter presented the successful statistics this year from the discipline office.
Football Volunteers at Special Olympics
Each year our rising senior football players volunteer and assist at the Special Olympics at Southeastern University. This year Coach Graham Jarrott took our Raiders to assist with post-game activities under the tents.
Biology Dissection Lab
Mr. Lanasa led biology classes in a fetal pig dissection lab. The pig dissection allowed students to distinguish the organs and systems in the pig’s body and ultimately compare them to the organs and systems of the human body.
The class of 2018 walked across stage on Tuesday, May 15, 2018, at the Pontchartrain Center celebrating their years as Raider students. The evening began with a Mass celebrated by Fr. Kurt Young '05, chaplain, then Salutatorian, Daniel Cobar, delivered the welcome address to the crowd. A special honorary diploma was awarded to Mr. Phil Greco, Athletic Director, who is retiring after twenty-four years at Archbishop Rummel High School. The Valedictorian, Joseph Nugent, delivered his address to the students before the diplomas were distributed by Mr. Marc Milano '90, principal/president. During the ceremony, the three prestigious Graduation Awards were distributed. Sam Conners was awarded the Archbishop Rummel Award, Glen Thurmond was awarded the American Legion Award, and Gabriel Eberle was awarded the St. La Salle Medal. The ceremony ended with the traditional hat toss on the Lake Pontchartrain levee. The annual Commencement Ceremony is organized by Director of Student Activities Mr. Joseph Serio. Congratulations to the Class of 2018!
Graduation Practice & Lunch: Class of 2018
The Class of 2018 is slowly beginning to see their time as Archbishop Rummel students coming to an end. In one of the last times they will all be together, the class of 2018 met at school to prepare for the graduation ceremony. Students reviewed the procedures and policies for graduation and then were treated to lunch with Raider Alumni in the Raider Room. Graduation 2018 will take place on Tuesday at 5PM at the Pontchartrain Center. Guests must have a ticket to enter.
To celebrate the many academic achievements, the leaders of each class were presented with many various awards on Wednesday evening in the Raider Gym. Mr. Douglas Neill '98, assistant principal, announced the many award recipients as Mr. Marc Milano '90, principal, distributed the awards along with the faculty member associated with each award. At the end of the night, many deserving students walked away with multiple awards representing their many accomplishments from the 2017-2018 school year. The Academic Awards Night is organized by Ms. Laurie Waltzer in association with the Guidance Department and the Academic Office.
Spring Athletic Awards
Tuesday, May 8, Varsity athletes from the spring season sports were honored. Athletes from baseball, bowling, golf, power lifting, tennis and track attended the ceremony. The following seniors were recognized for annual awards:
Joseph Nugent (cross country) earned the Carl Avrard Memorial Award. This plaque is given to the athlete with the highest grade point average.
JaMarr Chase (football, basketball, track) earned the Rufus Award which recognizes the school's most outstanding athlete.
Evan Francioni (football, baseball) earned the Rev. Wayne Roca Memorial Award. This honor is presented to the year's most spiritual athlete.
End of School Year Mass
The end of the year Mass was one of much action, preparation, and reflection as the school year comes to a close. The junior class began the morning with the traditional move to the floor and the treasured "chair" seats. Fr. Kurt Young '05, school chaplain, then celebrated Mass for the school community. The new Eucharistic Ministers were inducted and introduced during Mass, and Mary was crowned.
Faculty Years of Service Awards
After the end of the year Mass was concluded, Mr. Marc Milano '90, president/principal, presented the faculty years of service awards to deserving faculty and staff members.
Baptism, Confirmation, and First Holy Communion
Braden Burmaster '22
Ethan Adams '19
Raider Key Club Complete Ropes Course
On Monday, the members of Key Club's leadership team tested their team building, critical thinking and endurance skills by participating in the LOOP (Louisiana Outdoor Outreach Program) Challenge Course.
Project Prom 2018
The class of 2018 gathered in the gym for the last time early Saturday morning to hear the prize winners from Project Prom 2018 and to sing their last alma mater and fight song on campus. They met at the beginning of the night to celebrate their class with one last party after their prom. Hosted by Raider parents, Project Prom is filled with inflatable games, fair games, casino games, and hundreds of prizes. Project Prom takes place on the Raider campus and is run by Ms. Paige Pattison and Ms. Denise Otillio.
30 Years: Class of 1988 Crawfish Boil Reunion
Baseball Completes Season
Playoffs Round 1
Senior Day 2018
In a day to honor the Class of 2018, the seniors reflected on their years as Raiders. Through a series of videos, skits, and slideshows, the seniors honored their years together as they celebrated one of the last times they will be together as a class. The Class of 2018 Unsung Heroes were also presented by the nominating faculty member. After exam week, the class will again assemble for Graduation Practice and Graduation.
Senior Crawfish Boil
To celebrate the class of 2018, the school hosted a senior crawfish boil after the Senior Day presentations. With servings of crawfish, potatoes, corn, and sausage from Deanie's Seafood, the seniors had their fill and celebrated their years as Raider brothers.
Archbishop Rummel High School
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.
Archbishop Rummel High School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin, or disability in violation of state and federal law or regulation in administration of its educational policies or programs.