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Corporate Partner Spotlight

 Thanks to Marian University for hosting our 2016 graduation. 

Class Spotlight

Congrats to DECA team for competing in the District Career Development Conference. 

From Our Grads

Lizeth Perez, Class of 2015 is enrolled at UINDY where she is double majoring in Spanish and political science with a minor in legal studies. She hopes to attend law school. 

News & Announcements

New Principal Joins PCRHS

During an afternoon pep rally PCRHS president Joseph P. Heidt introduced students, faculty and staff to Providence Cristo Rey's new principal, Brian C. Dinkins. Among Dinkins' educational highlights are a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Purdue University, a Masters in Teaching from Oakland City University, a Masters in Educational Administration from Butler University, a Specialist in Education/School Superintendence Credential from Ball State University and he is expected to complete his Doctorate in Educational Administration and Supervision from Ball State University in December 2016. Dinkins' teaching and instructional leadership includes serving as academic dean at Arlington Community High School, Principal of Archdiocese of Indianapolis, Principal of IPS - John Marshall, Principal of Charter School Imagine Life Science Academy, Assistant Principal and Athletic Director of Washington Township Middle School and Special Education teacher at IPS Arlington High School and Warren Township Stonybrook Middle School. Dinkins' professional development includes program developer and implementation coordinator of Positive Behavior Intervention Support (PBIS), Founder and President of the National Institute for Child Development (NICE), Co-Founder of the "Man Up" program and Program Facilitator of Franklin Covey "Leader in Me" program. During his introduction, Dinkins told students "I will respect you and I want you to respect me. I want you to learn and to succeed."

Congratulations to our Award Winners

In what has become a Providence Cristo Rey tradition - we welcomed nearly 200 family members to our Annual Awards Night on May 5. Among the highlights of the evening - we inducted the largest National Honor Society in the history of Providence Cristo Rey High School. More than 50 students were recognized for academic excellence in math, science, and humanities. Senior Keyara Warren was awarded the Providence Award recognizing both her academic achievements and her character contributions. She was also named the Valedictorian of the Class of 2016. Co-Salutatorians are EuNajee Wilcher and Sa'Mone Ray.

Special thank you to our supporters of our annual gala.

A special thank you to
Dauby, O’Connor and Zaleski
For underwriting the evening’s event.

Mark and Julie Barbato
Keith and Sarah Faller
Tom and Arlene Grande
IMI Irving Materials
Al & Sue Leighton
Marian, Inc
John and Jean Neely, PFM Car and Truck Care Center

Tom and Tammy Crowe
Duke Realty Corporation
Terry L Grant
The Houk Family Foundation and Mike and Rosie Houk
Ice Miller – Tom Walsh
M J Insurance
Jim and Kathy Laudick
Lumina Foundation
Mike Meadows
Shiel Sexton
Doug and Rie Sylvester

Corporate Work Study Supervisors Recognized for Dedication

Al Leighton, treasurer, Marian Inc. and students Dionte Dopsom & Chyann Hunter welcome guests to this year's CWS supervisor luncheon.

More than 100 supervisors attended an appreciation luncheon today where they heard students talk about the impact the Corporate Work Study program has made on their future aspirations. Senior Dionel Graham, who works in the IT department of United Healthcare told those in attendance that he has gained valuable experience over his peers and is grateful for the opportunity to learn from real-life experiences. Santeianna Coleman, also a senior who works at Allison Transmission said her job has taught her responsibility and helped build her confidence. John McHugh, a supervisor with Next Gear Capital said, "I would hire these students for a real job, not just an internship. They are reliable and very professional." Special thanks to partner Marian Inc. for hosting the event. Companies interested in learning more about sponsoring a student or adding students to their partnership, should call Nancy Martin at (317) 860-0431.

Class of 2016 Achieves 100% College Acceptance!

Every member of the class of 2016 has been accepted to college following a tradition that began with the first graduating class of 2010. This year's graduating class includes 40 students, who submitted 347 applications (approximately 8.7 applications per a student). Congratulations!

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Corporate Partners

Providence Cristo Rey High School partners with prestigious Indianapolis companies to prepare students for college and career. The Corporate Work Study program pays a portion of our students' tuition, making it affordable for all families.

Upcoming Events

Summer School Session 2
Date: 6/29/2016
Summer School Session 2
Date: 6/30/2016
School Closed
Date: 7/1/2016
Independence Day/School Holiday
Date: 7/4/2016
School Closed
Date: 7/8/2016