Through a challenging, college-preparatory curriculum offered in a faith-based, multicultural environment and the integration of work experience in a professional setting, motivated students strive to reach their highest potential and become faith-filled, socially responsible women and men who will take the lead in creating a more just society and a more hopeful future for themselves and others.
A Catholic, coeducational, college-preparatory secondary school serving Indianapolis, Providence Cristo Rey High School offers a transformational educational experience to students with economic need.
The Sisters of Providence of Saint Mary-of-the-Woods, Indiana, are a congregation of Roman Catholic women religious who minister throughout the United States, in Taiwan, and China. Founded by Saint Mother Theodore Guerin in 1840, the congregation has a mission of being God’s Providence in the world by committing to performing works of love, mercy, and justice in service among God’s people.
DID YOU KNOW . . .
As we celebrate the 10th anniversary of Providence Cristo Rey High School, we offer the following milestones in our history:
> August 15, 2007, Providence Cristo Rey opened its doors at 75 N. Belleview Place, sponsored by the Sisters of Providence under the leadership of General Superior Sister Ann Margaret O'Hara.
> 2007 - 25 companies served as our Corporate Work Study Partners. PCRH used vans to transport students. We now have six buses driving with more than 50 stops throughout the city.
>2009 - Providence Cristo Rey launched its first dual credit program.
> 2010 - President Joseph Heidt and Principal Sister Jeanne Hagleskamp presented diplomas to the first six graduates.
> 2011 - PCRHS graduated 25 seniors. Eleven seniors graduated with dual credits from IUPUI.
> 2012 - PCRHS graduated 14 students.
> 2013 & 2014 - PCRHS Robotics Team won the Indiana Vex City Championship.
>2013 - PCRHS becomes a member of the Indiana High School Athletic Association Athletic Conference. We started with three sports and we now have eight.
> 2014 - PCRHS introduced its new Wolf mascot, "Lobo."
> 2014 - 21 students are chosen at PCRHS Ambassadors.
> 2014 - PCRHS introduced the one-to-one laptop program
> 2014 - The School's first DECA Team won in local competition and advanced to state.
> 2014 16 scholars were members of the graduating class.
> 2015 - PCRHS is a recipient of the 2015 Educational Excellence Award from the American Federation for Children and the Urban League of Indianapolis.
> 2015 - 31 students graduated and were accepted to college.
> 2016 - PCRHS inducts its largest National Honor Society in history.
> 2016 - For the first time in the school's history, three graduating seniors are recruited to play college sports.
> 2016- 40 students graduate and are accepted to college.
> 2016 - The school holds its largest fundraiser "The Big Top," at the Knights of Columbus.
> 2016 - PCRHS welcomes its largest incoming class of 103 students from 46 different schools in Marion County.