2018 Graduation

2018 Graduation

Archbishop Riordan High School graduated 163 young men on May 26 in the James Lindland Theatre. Andrew Currier, Ph.D., president, and Timothy Reardon, principal, presented diplomas. Evan Cosentino was Valedictorian, and Superintendent of Catholic Schools Pam Lyons also delivered remarks to the graduates. Joe Fazio ’82, innovator of Riordan’s Auto Shop Program, received the inaugural President’s Award.

The Class of 2018 earned millions of dollars in college scholarships and will be attending top schools across the U.S., and pursuing military careers and trade programs. View more

Livestream Link to Graduation

Livestream Link to Graduation

Riordan’s 2018 graduation will be broadcast live on Saturday, May 26, with an estimated start time of 10:00 am. Share this link with friends and family who would like to tune in remotely.

While we will make every effort for a smooth broadcast, delays may occur. We ask that our audiences be patient should this happen.

Congratulations to the Class of 2018!

Gil Haskell and Mike Cunnie ‘69 Inducted Into SF Prep Hall of Fame

Gil Haskell and Mike Cunnie ‘69 Inducted Into SF Prep Hall of Fame

Legendary Riordan Coach Gil Haskell and All-Nor Cal linemen Michael Cunnie ’69, both part of Riordan’s first-ever championship football team in 1967, were inducted into the SF Prep Sports Hall of Fame on May 19.

Coach Haskell played an integral role in the 1967 Championship team before going on to coach at USC and in the NFL, where he won a Super Bowl with Mike Holmgren and the Green Bay Packers in 1996. Cunnie was a standout All-WCAL athlete in football and track.

The induction event was filled with Riordan alumni and friends of the WCAL and AAA communities. Both Haskell and Cunnie delivered humorous and heartfelt speeches to more than 500 attendees.

Giving Week Tops $660,000 for the Field

Giving Week Tops $660,000 for the Field

This week our community raised $330,000 for Riordan’s new field. We can’t thank you enough for your generosity.

Best yet, ALL contributions will be matched by the challenge grant from the Mayer Family bringing our 2018 Giving Week total to $660,000! While fundraising efforts are not finished for this project, we are significantly closer to our goal.

If you would like to make a bonus gift, you can do so here.