Matthew DiLucchio '21

After my first day, I knew Father Ryan was where I belonged, a school where teachers and students were able to create meaningful relationships, and like the phrase says, “be known and loved.” The fact is, when I arrived on campus, I did not know a single other person. Fast forward four years, and now I stand in front of you today honorably chosen to speak for my class.

Father Ryan Admissions

Welcome to Father Ryan!
This is a remarkable school, with a committed and talented faculty, active and engaged students, and a devoted alumni network of more than 13,000 people worldwide. These people, combined with the school’s legacy as an educational and community leader, make Father Ryan an exceptional place for your child to learn, to grow, and to serve others.
You will have the opportunity to explore our school and all that it offers across our traditions of Faith, Knowledge, and Service. We will be here every step of the way, assisting you and your child with any questions you may have, and providing information you may need during the admissions process. We look forward to guiding you through this exciting time in your child’s life.
The Class of 2026 will be Father Ryan’s 100th graduating class, an honor that can be forever a part of your student’s legacy.
If you have questions at any time, please contact either Marisol Preston at or Erin Riggs at We are always here to help you.
We look forward to learning more about you, your child, and your family as we welcome you to the Father Ryan community.
Go Irish!
Marisol Preston                                                        Erin Riggs ’00
Director of Admissions                                            Associate Director of Admissions

Meet the Admissions Team

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    Marisol Preston 

    Director of Admissions | Elliston House
    615-383-4200 x 2239
  • Photo of Erin Riggs

    Erin Riggs 00

    Associate Director of Admissions | Emerald House
    (615) 383-4200 x 2220

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