Visit Riordan this Fall!

Visit Riordan this Fall!

Visiting Riordan is the best way to get to know the school and the wonderful people in our community.

Sign ups are now open for Crusader for a Day fall visits for prospective 8th grade students and parents, and for Open House on October 27. More Information

Passing of Bernie Schneider ’55

Passing of Bernie Schneider ’55

A great Crusader, Bernie Schneider ’55 passed away on August 24. Our prayers are with the Schneider Family, Bernie’s Crusader brothers, and all those who knew him.

Schneider was a revered teacher, coach, Crusader brother and family man. He was inducted into Riordan’s Hall of Fame for his achievements in basketball, baseball and golf, and also played at USF. Later he authored “Glory and Heartbreak,” a history of Bay Area sports, that covered the 1955 and 1956 championship runs for the dons.

A funeral mass will be held on Friday at St. Ignatius Church at 11:00 a.m. Read more about Schneider’s life in these articles by USF Athletics and the Examiner.

New Athletics Website and Podcasts

New Athletics Website and Podcasts

The Riordan Athletic Department launched a brand new athletics website this year in collaboration with RepU. Visit this site for the latest news, scores, schedules and more, and listen to some great podcasts as well!

You can also download the RepU app for access from your mobile phone.

Hello Class of 2023!

Hello Class of 2023!

We are excited to welcome a great group of young men to Riordan’s Class of 2023. Hailing from San Francisco, the greater Bay Area and around the world, these young men bring a wealth of talent and skills to the Archbishop Riordan community. We look forward to seeing how they will contribute over their four years.

Congrats Will Clark

Congrats Will Clark

The San Francisco Giants announced the retirement of Will Clark’s #22 in a special ceremony on Sunday, August 11.

Clark was the 2017 speaker at Riordan’s Downtown Lunch, an annual gathering of alumni and friends of the school. Riordan is also pleased to have a scholarship in Clark’s name.