Spring Musical

Spring Musical

Spring Musical: How to Succeed in Business, Without Really Trying

The spring musical runs April 20-29, 2018!

Show dates are April 20, 21, 27 and 28 at 8:00 pm, and April 29 at 2:00 pm. Tickets on sale here, and also available at the Box Office.

Purple & Gold Gala

Purple & Gold Gala

The online auction is now open! Bid on some great items to support the young men of Archbishop Riordan High School.

  • Restaurant Gift Certificates and Wine Experiences
  • Accessories from JCrew, Kate Spade and other Top Designers
  • 4 Weeks at Camp Crusader
  • Spectacular Getaways to Hawaii, the Russian River and Carmel
  • Warriors and 49ers Tickets and Memorabilia
  • Flowers for a Year
  • Wine and Chocolates
  • SF Giants Field Experience and Game Tickets
  • Golf Excursions
  • Taco Party for 20
  • Gadgets
  • For Current Families, a coveted reserved campus parking space, a row at graduation, a class ring and much more!

Riordan’s 2018 Purple & Gold Gala is just around the corner on Saturday, February 24 at Bimbo’s. Click here for more information.



The Seagrave Fund

The Seagrave Fund

Archbishop Riordan High School invites friends of Fr. Thomas Seagrave to a Mass of Remembrance on Monday, December 18, 2017, marking the two-year anniversary of his passing. The Mass will take place at 5:00 pm at Riordan (175 Phelan Avenue, San Francisco), followed by a reception at 6:00 pm. Fr. Thomas McElligott will be the celebrant, with Riordan’s Chaplain Fr. John Jimenez as concelebrant.

So the school can plan accordingly, those interested in attending are asked to RSVP here by December 14 or email info@riordanhs.org.

Even two years after Father Seagrave’s death, his followers continue to share stories, many on social media, about his remarkable life of service and his ability to help those around him develop a deep faith in God.

Fr. Seagrave was “the hardest-working priest I have known,” his friend John Moriarty said. “We can be proud of Father Seagrave for many reasons, and especially for his generosity in paying from his own resources tuition for many students in Catholic schools through the years.”

In a 2011 interview with Catholic San Francisco, Father Seagrave shared his desire to help others.

“In Catholic schools you think about God and Jesus Christ every day and Christian values are taught and modeled every day,” he said. “I have always regarded that as a blessing in my life that not everyone has. People sacrificed to make it available to me; I have tried over the years to do the same.”

Inspired by Father Seagrave’s vision, Riordan has also launched The Father Thomas Seagrave Fund – Saber es Poder (Knowledge is Power). The fund is modeled after a scholarship currently offered at University of San Francisco, and will support students with a demonstrated financial need who exemplify academic achievement, leadership, and the desire to impact their community through service. Although the fund is designed to support Riordan’s strong Latino population, which currently stands at 25 percent, it will be open to all deserving students who need tuition assistance.

“We have heard countless stories that Father Tom made the difference for so many students at St. Paul, St. Peter, Church of the Visitacion, St. John of God, and elsewhere,” said Riordan development director John Ring. “We are hoping that The Seagrave Fund will help continue his important work of supporting San Francisco students and their families who desire a Catholic education.”

The school previously honored Father Seagrave, a 1960 graduate of Riordan, with the 2011 Chaminade Award, the school’s highest honor. The school’s Chapel of the Assumption of The Blessed Virgin was renovated and renamed in Father Seagrave’s honor that same year.

Please click here to support The Seagrave Fund.