Recipients of the Raider Legend:
RAIDER LEGEND AWARD RECIPIENTS
Isaac Campbell Musselwhite
2018 Raider Legend
A beloved English teacher for 1967 to 1999, Mr. Musslewhite taught thousands of Raiders to appreciate literature and grammar and to be Raider gentlemen.
Bro. John Fairfax, FSC
2017 Raider Legend
A longtime Archbishop Rummel administrator from the school's early years, Brother John's name is tired to countless traditions, including the naming of the school's mascot.
Mary Ann Robarts
2016 Raider Legend
A Student Council moderator and English teacher for decades, Mrs. Robarts helped to create many Raider traditions while forming thousands of Raider student leaders.
Coach Don Perret
2015 Raider Legend
A hard-nosed football coach who instilled discipline in his players, Coach Perret will always be remembered for coining the phrase "Raider Pride" at a 1971 pep rally.
“Coach” Bill Arthurs
2014 Raider Legend
The school's first basketball coach, Mr. Arthurs is best known for teaching thousands of Raiders to type and for photographing more events in Archbishop Rummel history.
Wendell “Pete” Fenner
2013 Raider Legend
A long-time Raider faculty member and coach, Mr. Fenner is fondly remembered as a model educator who touched the lives of thousands of Archbishop Rummel students.
Chuck “Mr. G” Guajardo
2012 Raider Legend
As a member of the first faculty, Mr. G founded the Genesian Players, demanding excellence from his performers and directing decades of theatrical performances.
Coach Ronnie Doyle
2011 Raider Legend
Remembered fondly for his cigards, the Raiders' long-time athletic director was dedicated to molding all student-athletes into Christian gentlemen.
2010 Raider Legend
An original Raider faculty member, Mr. Niemietz has been a student favorite for over 50 years. In his classes, generations of Raiders learned much more than Social Studies.
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.