The mission of Brother Martin High School is to form young people through a holistic education that fosters academic excellence in a caring, disciplined community which integrates Catholic tradition and the charism of the Brothers of the Sacred Heart to meet the needs of a changing world.
Les Levy, Jr. ’17 and Tré Swilling ’17 were honored for their achievements in the classroom and on the gridiron at the Allstate Sugar Bowl Chapter of the National Football Foundation/College Football Hall of Fame 2017 annual Awards Luncheon. The event was held on April 12 in the St. Charles Club Room at the Mercedes- Benz Superdome. Archie Manning, the national chairman of the National Football Foundation and a member of the College Football Hall of Fame, was in attendance to recognize each of the 35 student athletes (37 individuals)chosen for the event.
Les is a member of Mu Alpha Theta, Student Ministry, Key Club, and NHS, as well as president of Student Ambassadors. He played four years of varsity football and is a two-year letterman. This year, he was chosen as a WWL-TV A+ Athlete and was a scholarship recipient from the Italian Renaissance Foundation. Outside of Brother Martin, Les is a member of Teen C.R.O.S.S. – CYO, the young-adult ministry for the Archdiocese of New Orleans and in 2015, he was the recipient of the Archdiocese of New Orleans Outstanding Parish Youth Award. He also serves as a volunteer for Habitat for Humanity, Children’s Hospital, St. Clement of Rome Parish, and Miracle League. Les plans to continue his education at Stanford University in the fall.
Tré is a four year member of the honor roll at Brother Martin. He is a three-year letterman on the football team and was named to multiple all-district, all-metro, and all-state teams. He is the recipient of the Bob Conlin Leadership Award and was named a team captain his senior year. In addition to football, Tré was a four-year letterman on the basketball team and named to the Clarion Herald Elite football and basketball teams. Outside of Brother Martin, Tré is an active volunteer with Kingsley House and has completed over 100 hours of service during his time as a Crusader. Tré will continue his education and athletic career at Georgia Tech in the fall.