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Providence Cristo Rey students are encouraged to participate in clubs that enrich their high school experience. Check out a few of our school clubs! 


Art Club is a safe space in which students are able to express themselves through a variety of artistic media and develop their artistic and creative talents. Students can share their own styles through peer-taught lessons, beautify the school through projects such as murals or decorations for events like Hispanic Heritage Month and Black History Month, and learn more about the local art community through field trips to local art museums, galleries, and studios. Other activities include workshops led by visiting artists, step-by-step lessons, and art-related service opportunities. Students of all skill and experience levels are welcome to join and participate.

Advisor: Allison Dethlefs


Are you interested in graphic design, photography, editing, or journalism? If so, the Yearbook Club may be a great fit for you! Yearbook members are responsible for creating the school’s yearbook from start to finish – from picking the theme and fonts, to designing page layouts, taking photos of school events, creating graphics, and more!  No experience necessary. Editor positions available for upperclassmen based on past experience and interest.


Advisor: Mary Marsh




Providence Cristo Rey High School Ambassadors are a select group of students who are dedicated to the promotion of the school. Ambassadors serve as formal school representatives for prospective students, parents, corporate partners, donors and community members. Ambassadors play an essential role in the overall recruitment, development, and marketing efforts of Providence Cristo Rey, while developing their leadership and public speaking skills.

Advisor: AJ Derouin



Debate & Improv Club's aim is to empower PCR students with the skills of expressing their beliefs clearly and concisely, public speaking and effective communication in a formal setting, and staying aware of current events in the world. Students learn to interact with fellow peers and potentially with other schools using the Socratic method. Despite the seemingly serious nature of debates, we never forget to have fun along the way!

Advisor: Josiah McCruiston




Do you enjoy Japanese culture? Do you watch anime? Maybe even video games? If so, please come by PCR’s Anime and Game club! We will be doing a variety of activities such as having game tournaments, viewing and trying out the latest video game, visiting the past by trying out retro consoles, PC building, watching and discussing seasonal animes, potentially fundraising in order to visit a convention, and more. We will have meetings 2-4 times a month.

Advisors: TBD


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The Barbershop Male Mentoring Initiative is a free club for male's 9th - 12th grade. The focus of our sessions is, "To groom the outward man and guide the inward man," by providing free hair cuts, examples of being a Godly man and life skills.


Advisor: Fred Yeakey


Student Council members are elected by their peers each fall and are made up of representatives from each grade level. Members plan school events (i.e. Overnight Lock-In, Homecoming, Social Nights, Hispanic Heritage Month & Black History Month, Spirit Weeks, Dress Down Days, etc.) and are the student body representatives to school administration. 

Advisors: Facundo Gonzalez Icardi & AJ Derouin


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NHS is an honorary society for high achieving students.  Juniors and Seniors are eligible to join if they have at least a 3.5 GPA.  In addition to academic achievement, prospective members fill out the applications which ask for references and evidence of volunteer work as well. A faculty committee then votes on each application, based upon the NHS pillars of Scholarship, Leadership, Service, and Character. NHS typically completes two service projects annually.

Advisor: Anna Sluka


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