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“A natural born leader with an inherent drive to serve others.” This was one teacher’s description of senior Drew Noonan, who as an Executive Big Brother, Freshman Retreat Leader, and member of the student council and Hope Squad, has established a reputation with peers and staff as a model of leadership.

Drew also plays linebacker in the Jesuit Dallas football program, and was lauded by several of his coaches, one of whom shared, “he has a contagious personality and is the ultimate team player in everything he does. Among the many things, Drew organizes the Gold Cross program for our football team which is a big brother program to mentor and check on our freshman players. Drew always has a smile on his face and goes out of his way to interact with everyone. He is a true Man for Others in everything he embodies on and off the field.”   

The first student in the senior class to sign up for Jewish Family Services food bank, Drew focused part of his summer assisting the elderly with food insecurities. This fall, he is supporting students at Burnett Elementary School with reading skills and serves as a role model and mentor through the United to Learn program.

One of Drew’s teachers remarked, “Drew devotes so much energy, time, and heart to connecting with people and strengthening Jesuit’s brotherhood and community. He pours himself out for this school through his spirit, his leadership, and his service,” while another nomination described Drew as a very caring and mature young men, who “thinks deeply about the world around him and how he can make it better. In my opinion, he is already living out the Profile of a Graduate.”

Congratulations to Ranger of the Week, Drew Noonan ’24.