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As a leader in the Ignatian Service Corps, junior Carson Mastrogiovanni provides a key role in shaping student service initiatives throughout the school year. A passionate advocate for special education, Carson has served this year alongside our friends at Connecting Point of Park Cities, which provides an inclusive day program for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. His commitment to supporting those with differences also includes Explorers in the Belong Disability Ministry, an adaptive, inclusive community at Highland Park United Methodist Church.

“Carson is a respectful and kind young man who always works hard to achieve his full potential,” shared one of his teachers. “He always goes beyond what is expected of him. His exceptional leadership during this year’s freshman retreat has no doubt contributed to the formation of our freshman students.”

In addition to his service work, which also includes the communities of S.O.U.L. Church and St. Jude Center, Carson is a campus ambassador, retreat leader, and is active in the campus ministry program at Jesuit.

“Carson is an unsung hero at Jesuit,” a faculty member exclaimed. “He is involved in many things at Jesuit but the thing I have noticed most recently is his commitment to leading our school community in the morning prayer and Examen on a regular basis. He always says hello in the halls, and he goes out of his way to get to know others. He’s a wonderful young man who is always willing to put the needs of others before his own.”

Congratulations to Ranger of the Week, Carson Mastrogiovanni ’25.