Tuesday’s Senior Awards Ceremony honored scores of members of the Class of 2022, which collectively has earned more than $21 million in college scholarships and grants.
Students attending service academies, earning national honors and school-wide recognition for a wide range of activities and achievements were honored before their parents and schoolmates in the historic Scaccia Auditorium.
The 61st Mr. Canisius was announced by principal Ms. Andrea Tyrpak-Endres during this morning's senior awards.
These are the words of Mr. Canisius 2022 upon being nominated:
"I am beyond thankful for the formative role the entire Canisius community has played in my life. No longer am I the shy, anxious kid that walked through the Blue Doors in 2018 ...
This morning, President Fr. David Ciancimino, S.J., spoke to our community.
"Our city, our neighbors, our families, we're all hurting. But we cannot surrender our hearts. Your hearts are good, loving and open."
The six 2022 Mr. Canisius finalists all had their photo taken with a faculty member of their choice on the seniors' fun-filled final day of school.
Here is why Charlie Fortner '22 chose teacher Bryce Hopkins '08 ...
Peter Reiser ’84, who has 22 years of experience in Jesuit education, including six of those here at Canisius, has been named dean of students at Canisius High School, Principal Andrea Tyrpak-Endres announced Monday morning.
Reiser was the director of college counseling at Canisius from 2000 to 2006. He has spent the last 16 years at Regis Jesuit High School in Aurora, Colorado.