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A leader by example, senior Hank Gramlich made a noticeable impact at the start of the new academic year welcoming the freshman class into Jesuit. As a member of the Big Brothers program, Hank has been singled out on multiple occasions for offering valuable insights to the students in his homeroom and around campus regarding the traditions, values, and spirit of our Jesuit community.

“Hank is friendly, inclusive, and dependable” shared a member of the counselling staff. “He is a tremendous model for our students and his interactions with our freshmen have been inspiring.”

A key member of the varsity basketball program who played in all 32 games for the Rangers last season, Hank is committing his year of senior service to the children at Chase’s Place, a school offering special educational services for children with physical disabilities and learning differences. Additionally, he has been at the forefront in efforts addressing food security, as he was a program leader in the Catholic Charities food drive and over the summer, completed nearly two dozen routes for Meals on Wheels to benefit the sick, the elderly, and the homebound in our community. 

“Hank simply makes others around him better and does so with a contagious energy,” said one of his coaches. “He relishes the opportunity to be challenged and to always improve. Hank radiates positivity and always makes others feel welcome.” Another staff member added, “Hank is leaving a legacy of what leadership looks like and he influences others to exhibit those same qualities. He is a great student, teammate, and friend, and our community is better because of him.”

Congratulations to Hank Gramlich ’24, our first Ranger of the Week for the 2023-24 academic year.