Providence Cristo Rey High School

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Vision, Mission, & Sponsorship

Vision, Mission, & Sponsorship

 
Vision
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.

Mission
A Catholic, coeducational, college-preparatory secondary school serving Indianapolis, Providence Cristo Rey High School offers a transformational educational experience to students with economic need.
 
Sponsorship
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. 
Want to hear why faculty and staff members choose to serve at Providence Cristo Rey? Read these testimonies:
 



 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Pledge
As members of the Providence Cristo Rey community , we put our confidence in our Provident God who so far has never failed us. We promise to put God first and to strive always to do the right thing. Wherever we are, we will uphold the values, standards and ethics of Providence Cristo Rey High School.

We promise to carry ourselves with pride and professionalism and to be dependable, truthful, trustworthy, polite, honest, respectful and positive. In all that we do, we will put forth every ounce of effort and will strive for excellence.

We promise to take initiative, to set a good example for future Providence Cristo Rey students, and to create a world in which dreams beyond belief can be achieved, bringing hope to those who have none and happiness for those who lack it.

We make this pledge in gratitude for all those people who have shown their belief in us by working and contributing so much to make this school possible. We are confident that if we keep these promises, we will take the lead in creating a more just society and in building a brighter, more hopeful future for ourselves and others.

*Pledge was written by the class of 2011 and is said every morning before the start of classes.