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