100% of the Class of 2013 Is Now Accepted to College

02.28.2013

Every member of the Providence Cristo Rey High School class of 2013 has now been accepted to at least one college or university. The 15 students collectively received acceptances from 28 different colleges and universities and have been awarded over $1.3 million in scholarships and financial aid (not including Pell Grants or 21st Century Scholarships).

This is the fourth class of students to graduate from PCRHS, and every graduate has been accepted to college. High college acceptance rate is the hallmark of the Cristo Rey Network of schools. Beginning in their freshman year, students at Providence Cristo Rey receive college recruiting materials, speak with college recruiters, and begin developing their personal road map for achieving college acceptance. Every student is required to take the ACT test during the spring of their junior year and fall of their senior year, complete at least three college visits, apply to at least three colleges or universities, and complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).

The Class of 2013
Ebonie Bell (Ivy Tech, Vincennes)
Breanna Bobbitt (Ball State, University of Indianapolis, Saint Joseph's College, Saint Mary-of-the-Woods)
Willette Fields (Brescia University, Grace College, University of Indianapolis, Lourdes University, Marian University, Saint Mary-of-the-Woods)
Larry Gilmore (Eastern Kentucky University, Vincennes)
Braydon Jefferson (Brescia University, Indiana State University, Manchester University, Olivet Nazarene University, University of Southern Indiana)
Chad Mays-Hines (Ball State)
Cameron Moore (DePauw, Franklin College, Grace College, Marquette University, Rockhurst University, Xavier University)
Tassie Payne (Saint Joseph's College, Vincennes)
Maxi Porter (Vincennes)
D'Onna Robinson (Ball State, Bellarmine, Brescia University, Capital University, Franklin College, Grace College, Indiana Wesleyan, University of Indianapolis, Lourdes University, Marquette University, Rockhurst University)
Brianne Sandlin (Alabama State University, Benedictine College, Brescia University, Grace College, University of Indianapolis, Saint Joseph's College, University of Southern Indiana)
Alisa Schaefer (Cedarville University, Grace College, Taylor University)
Carlos Schrunder (Indiana State University, Vincennes)
Elijah Smith (Grace College, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis, University of Indianapolis)
Kimberly Wood (University of Indianapolis, University of Southern Indiana)