Before I came to Notre Dame, I spent four years at Bishop McDevitt High School. My father, grandfather, and many people in my family attended McDevitt; in August of 2010 I followed in their tradition entering the great red doors on 2200 Market Street, inside the city of Harrisburg.
During the winter of my junior year, a new building was completed. I was blessed to be the first senior class to spend a full year in the new building. Carrying the traditions from our old home to our new home was challenging, but I look forward in staying involved in my alma mater and one day sending my children there.
My diploma from McDevitt is one of my most prized possesions. To me it symbolizes the journey I underwent during my four years. By graduation, I was NHS secretary and worked in the front office, was co-president of an all-men's spiritual club, and was a two-season varsity letterman.