2018 Awards Night Winners

Providence Cristo Rey High School's Annual Awards Night honors students for excellence in academics, Corporate Work Study, and character. We also award several college scholarships and the highest award that can be given to a PCRHS student, the Providence Award.

Congratulations to the students who earned awards in these areas!

Corporate Work Study Awards

Most Improved, Underclassman: Iesha Collins

Most Improved, Upperclassman: Je'Kylah Smith

Rookie of the Year: Alexcia Thorpe

Most Outstanding, Underclassman: Jackie Hughey

Most Outstanding: Upperclassman: Katsumy Contreras

Student of the Year: Brandon Washington

Academic Awards

Science

Most Improved, Underclassman: Nevaeh Wilson

Most Improved, Upperclassman: Je'Kylah Smith

Most Outstanding, Underclassman: Nairde Verde

Most Outstanding, Upperclassman: Yoselin Martinez

Math

Most Improved, Underclassman: Blade Drake

Most Improved, Upperclassman: Kayla Massy-Charles

Most Outstanding, Underclassman: Denise Mares

Most Outstanding, Upperclassman: Peniel Adjahouisso

Technology

Most Improved, Underclassman: Isaiah Kimp

Most Improved, Upperclassman: Jalen Mosely

Most Outstanding, Underclassman: Alexcia Thorpe

Most Outstanding, Upperclassman: Anita Brown

Social Studies

Most Improved, Underclassman: Blade Drake

Most Improved, Upperclassman: Katsumy Contreras

Most Outstanding, Underclassman: Leairra Carter

Most Outstanding, Upperclassman: Monica Hernandez

Spanish

Most Improved, Underclassman: Jharroe Murrel

Most Improved, Upperclassman: Brittanie Hoskins

Most Outstanding, Underclassman: Leairra Carter

Most Outstanding, Upperclassman: Maritza Rafael

English-Language Arts

Most Improved, Underclassman: Anthony Shaffer

Most Improved, Upperclassman: Brittanie Hoskins

Most Outstanding, Underclassman: Emanuel Castaneda

Most Outstanding, Upperclassman: Adama Stewart

Theology

Most Improved, Underclassman: Dasheara Collins

Most Improved, Upperclassman: Calvin Miller

Most Outstanding, Underclassman: Alexcia Thorpe

Most Outstanding, Upperclassman: Taren Armour

Music

Most Improved, Underclassman: Ashley Vasquez-Rodriguez

Most Improved, Upperclassman: Calvin Miller

Most Outstanding, Upperclassman: Dy'Talzha Stark

Chemistry Olympiad Team

PCR students were nominated to this team based on their classroom performance, test scores, laboratory grades, or enrollment in Advanced Placement Chemistry. They represent an elite group of junior level science students at our school. About 200 students from Indiana participate in the 1st year regional exam, and about 50 sit the 2nd year exam. Students who advance from the Chemistry Olympiad screening exams go on to train over the summer at the US Air Force Base in Colorado Springs, Colorado, and then represent the United States at international competition.

Highest Score, Chemistry Olympiad 1st Year: Albert Downey

Highest Score, Chemistry Olympiad 2nd Year (tie): Keith Harvey and Ahmed Afolabi

2017-18 Team Members: Ahmed Afolabi, Albert Downey, Alexzander Johnson, Aria McPherson, Daisy Cortez, Danayt Ghebreisus, Jason Hernandez, Jaylon Jones, Je'Kylah Smith, Keith Harvey, Maritza Rafael, Monica Hernandez, Nairda Verde, Nolan Anderson, Philip Matthews, Samuel Gladney, Taren Armour

Scholarship Recipients

Love Mercy Justice Scholarship

The Love Mercy Justice Scholarship is a $500 scholarship given to the Providence Cristo Rey High School senior who has best displayed love, mercy, and justice toward his or her peers and community.

2018 Love Mercy Justice Scholarship Recipient: Zaya Lumumba

Sylvester Family Scholarship

The Sylvester Family Scholarship is a $500 scholarship given to a senior who is an active Student Ambassador and who displays excellence in academics and Corporate Work Study.

2018 Sylvester Family Scholarship Recipient: Brianna Carver

Dave Lyons Memorial Scholarship Dave Lyons was a dedicated member of the Institutional Advancement team at Providence Cristo Rey for many years. He worked tirelessly to support the students and the mission of the school and did so with joy and enthusiasm. Dave passed away in 2016 and is deeply missed.

This scholarship, created in his honor and funded by an anonymous donor, is awarded to students who have exhibited positive attributes in the academic, extracurricular, and corporate work study and have shown themselves to be positive role models both at school and in the community. Recipients must also have modeled and promoted the 7 Providence P’s: Prompt, Prepared, Participative, Positive, Productive, Polite, Prayerful, Providence.

2018 Dave Lyons Memorial Scholarship Recipients: Brianna Carver, Jordan Criner, Adriana Kimp, Cesar Mares, Arieion Ward, Brandon Washington

Providence Award and Citizenship Awards

The highest award that can be given to a Providence Cristo Rey High School student is the Providence Award. This award is accompanied by a $500 scholarship as well as a commemorative plaque. Faculty and staff are asked to reflect on the Providence Cristo Rey pledge, and then nominate the student they believe best exemplifies the values put forth in that pledge. Only one student wins this highest award each year.

All of the students who were nominated earned the Citizenship Award.

Citizenship Award (nominees for Providence Award): A'Jewelle Johnson, Aaron Strickling, Alexzander Johnson, Brandon Washington, Carmela Leon, Cesar Mares, Charles Collins, Daisy Cortez, David Kadja, Dy'Talzha Stark, Isabel Lopez, Isaiah Kimp, Jasmin Hernandez, Jordan Criner, Katsumy Contreras, Leairra Carter, Naziah Stamps, Skylar Banks, Tamia Coe, Taylor Scott, Yoselin Martinez, Zaya Lumumba

Providence Award Recipient: Brandon Washington

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