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Sophomore Chris Simington spends his days setting a positive example for his Jesuit classmates. Outside of his work in the classroom, Simington is a member of student council, serves as an admissions ambassador to prospective families and guests, and was elected by his peers to the Hope Squad, a leadership group dedicated to mental health awareness and education. Simington, who plays saxophone in the band and defensive line in the Jesuit football program, was recently honored at the Jesuit Women’s Auxiliary (JWA) Men for Others Fall Reception.

In his remarks to the JWA, Simington offered these encouraging words: "It doesn’t matter what religion you are, your skin color, how much money you have, or anything that may keep us divided in life. The community at Jesuit accepts you as the person you are. I knew one person coming into Jesuit and now I know almost every student and teacher; each interaction molding me into the man I aspire to be.”

Said a nominating member of the faculty, “Chris is a pleasure to coach every day. He’s a positive, mature young man that leads the sophomore class in a positive way on and off the field.  He’s always striving to get better and exemplifies what being a man for others is about by always putting his teammates before himself.”

Congratulations to Ranger of the Week, Chris Simington.